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LAST CHANCE: Voter Registration Deadline In Maryland Is Today!The deadline to register to vote in Maryland is near.
Trump Vows 'Severe Punishment' If Journalist Jamal Khashoggi Was Killed By SaudisPresident Donald Trump vowed in a "60 Minutes" interview that the United States would get to the bottom of what happened to a missing Saudi journalist and that there would be "severe punishment" if he were found to have been killed.
Candidate Won't Be On Senate Ballot In Maryland In New PartyThe 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals denied Jerome Segal's appeal to get on the ballot as the candidate for his socialist Bread and Roses party. A federal judge in Maryland had ruled Segal could not run after losing the Democratic primary, because it would violate the state's "sore loser" law.
Maryland Candidates For Governor Address Local OfficialsDemocrat Ben Jealous is pressing his criticism of Gov. Larry Hogan by saying the governor lacks plans to improve education and health care, while Hogan is highlighting bipartisanship and his efforts to restore money for roads.
Measure Seeks To Protect Election Systems From Foreign FoesMaryland's two U.S. senators are introducing a measure to prohibit foreign adversaries from owning or controlling companies that support election systems.
Kanye West Tells Trump MAGA Hat Made Him Feel Like SupermanRapper Kanye West met Thursday with Donald Trump, telling the President in an Oval Office meeting before reporters why he supports the Republican.

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Police investigate suspicious letter sent to Sen. Susan Collins' homeA letter that reportedly claimed to be contaminated with ricin was sent Monday to the home of Republican Sen. Susan Collins in Bangor, Maine. A hazmat team investigated her house and preliminary tests indicated there was no threat to the public. Sen. Collins has been the target of attacks before and since she cast a decisive vote this month to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
Student may have handed out cookies made with grandparents' ashesAuthorities in Davis, California say the other students ate the cookies, whose ingredients still need to be tested
How to talk to boys about sex and consent in the Me Too eraThe Me Too movement fueled the national dialogue on sexual misconduct. But research shows parents may not be talking to their kids about sex and consent. It's a topic Wall Street Journal columnist Elizabeth Bernstein explores in her new article, "How Fathers Should Talk With Their Sons About Sex in the #MeToo Era." Bernstein joins "CBS This Morning" to offer practical ways you can start the conversation with your children.
Eye Opener at 8: Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen rememberedA look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning." Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
Climate Diaries: Antarctica ice melting at an ever quicker rateNASA's newest satellite designed to measure ice sheets over the North and South Poles is in its permanent orbit. Since then, NASA has relied on "Operation Ice Bridge," which sends planes to Antarctica from South America to study how fast ice sheets are melting. Mark Phillips went aboard for his latest installment of the Climate Diaries.
Cherokee Nation calls Warren's DNA test "inappropriate and wrong"The possible presidential hopeful released results of a DNA test she says proves she has some Native American heritage

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Prince Harry and Meghan's first day in Australia a carefully planned charm offensivePrince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, have officially started their first royal tour as a married couple. The day after announcing their first child is on the way, they were greeted by well-wishers in Sydney, Australia. But there are some Australians who question the need for the monarchy there. Jonathan Vigliotti reports from Sydney.
Pompeo meets king as Saudis expected to say Khashoggi killed accidentallyAmerica's top diplomat visits its biggest weapons buyer as the royal family is expected to reveal its own version of events in Istanbul
After baby news, (most) Australians warmly welcome Harry and MeghanRecent poll shows Australians divided over whether to ditch British royals, but supporters see hope in the new generation
Fran Townsend: Changing story on Khashoggi "belies the credibility of the Saudis"CBS News senior national security analyst Fran Townsend, former homeland security and counterterrorism adviser for President George W. Bush, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi and why she says the Turkish haven't been playing it straight either.
Pompeo in Saudi Arabia as kingdom expected to explain Khashoggi disappearanceSaudi Arabia's denials over the disappearance of a journalist in Turkey are falling apart under pressure from the U.S. and other countries. Sources tell CBS News the Saudis are ready to say Jamal Khashoggi was captured inside their consulate in Istanbul and died during his interrogation. Holly Williams reports from Istanbul.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle expecting first childPrince Harry and Meghan Markle are expecting their first child. The royal family broke the news on Twitter, shortly after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived in Australia. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.