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A report by government inspectors finds a lot more migrant children were separated from their families at the border than the Trump administration initially said. It's unknown how many families have been impacted. Jeff Pegues reports.

U.S. intelligence confirmed ISIS was responsible for an attack in Syria that left four Americans and more than a dozen others dead. The bombing has underlined how ISIS remains a lethal force with widspread reach. Charlie D'Agata reports from northern Syria.




Kim Yong Chol, a top North Korean negotiator, is reportedly on his way to Washington, where he will meet with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. The two are expected to discuss the speculated second summit between President Trump and Kim Jong-Un. Errol Barnett discusses the latest on CBSN.

President Trump offered condolences for the four Americans killed Wednesday in an ISIS-claimed attack in Syria. This comes after Mr. Trump announced the U.S. will pull troops out of the country. On Thursday, he also announced a new missile defense plan. CBS News chief national security correspondent David Martin has more from the Pentagon.

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