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Here's what you can do to avoid a tax-refund delayThe average refund is almost $3,000, but more taxpayers are facing delays this year due to IRS staffing and tax code changes.
Lawmakers consult Justice Department in ongoing police reform talksLawmakers are continuing to negotiate a potential deal on police reform legislation.
Puppeteer Frank Oz talks new documentary, legacy of Jim HensonFrank Oz has been bringing some of our favorite characters to life for more than 50 years from Miss Piggy and Fozzie Bear of "The Muppets" to "Sesame Street's" Grover and Cookie Monster. Starting out as a puppeteer with Jim Henson in the 1960s, Oz was a driving force in the long-lasting success of "The Muppets." In his documentary "Muppet Guys Talking", Oz recruits four of his closest colleagues to discuss what made their work so special.
The Dish: Chef David TanisWhile at college in California, chef and food writer David Tanis found himself more often in the kitchen than the library and eventually ended up working for Alice Waters in the early days of her influential Chez Panisse. It was the beginning an association that lasted for a quarter century. He now lives in New York where he's best known as the author of several acclaimed cookbooks including his latest: " David Tanis Market Cooking."
New documentary offers a glimpse into the mind of influential comic Garry ShandlingWhen influential comedian Garry Shandling died two years ago he was remembered as both a top standup and the creator of two of the most innovative sitcoms in television history. Now, Shandling is the subject of "The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling," a new HBO documentary by fellow comedian and film director Judd Apatow. Jamie Wax reports.
Wreck of USS Juneau discovered 76 years after sinking with hundreds on boardOne of America's most devastating losses in World War II came from a single family when a ship carrying five brothers went down. Seventy-six years after it sunk, the USS Juneau has been found on the floor of the Pacific. Anthony Mason reports.

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Alabama sheriff legally pockets leftover jail food fundsAn Alabama sheriff is catching heat for finding a way to line his pockets while keeping one of his key programs under budget. His defense? He's doing everything by the book. Mark Strassmann reports.
French police officer who took hostage's place in supermarket attack diesFrench authorities announced Saturday morning that a policeman who took the place of a hostage during a terror siege at a supermarket in southwest France has died, raising the death toll in Friday's attack to four. Fifteen others were injured. Roxana Saberi reports.
Iran enriches uranium to highest purity yet as nuke talks continueInternational nuclear agency says the slight increase beyond Iran's declared nuclear work is within expected "fluctuations," but it still sends a message.
March For Our Lives: Hundreds of thousands expected to rallyHundreds of thousands of people are expected to flood the streets of Washington D.C. Saturday to say they’ve had enough of gun violence. The March For Our Lives rally is being organized by students who survived the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Jeff Pegues reports.
Israel vows to increase strikes until there's "total" quiet from GazaIsrael is pounding Gaza with airstrikes as Palestinian militants send a barrage of rockets the other way. 48 Palestinians and 6 Israelis have reportedly been killed.
Iranian hackers "taking credit" for our work, FBI deputy director saysFederal prosecutors slapped criminal charges Friday on nine Iranians accused of hacking to steal scientific research and other information from more than 300 universities and private companies. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues reports.