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Tornado rips through Chicago after Claudette devastates the SouthTropical Storm Claudette headed out to sea on Monday after killing at least 14 people in Alabama over the weekend, including nine children in a fiery multivehicle wreck. The storm also unleashed a tornado that damaged or destroyed dozens of homes in the state. Nancy Chen has the latest.
CBS Evening News, June 21, 2021Tornado rips through Chicago after Claudette devastates the South; Family celebrates legacy of service as WWII hero passes the torch
9 children among those killed multivehicle crash in AlabamaInvestigators are determining the cause of a 17-vehicle pileup that shut down an Alabama highway. The horrific crash killed 10 people, including nine children. Jessi Mitchell reports.
Family celebrates legacy of service as WWII hero passes the torchGraduation marks a crowning achievement for young Marines who've conquered boot camp, including 350 young men and women who are on the final leg of a life-changing journey at Marine boot camp at Parris Island, South Carolina. In attendance at the ceremony will be legendary Marine Hershel "Woody" Williams. At 97, he is the last living Medal of Honor recipient from World War II. Among the new Marines passing in review is his great-grandson, Cedar Ross. David Martin shares their story.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki on child tax credits, infrastructure negotiationsSome of President Biden's key legislative priorities face tests this week, as lawmakers continue to negotiate an infrastructure plan, voting rights legislation and police reform. White House press secretary Jen Psaki joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss.
Seth Meyers, late night's "Mr. Nice Guy"The "Saturday Night Live" alum who has hosted "Late Night with Seth Meyers" since 2014 talks about leaving his COVID-lockdown attic and returning to the TV studio, and about whether his sunny reputation hides a dark side. (Spoiler alert: it doesn't!)

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How to watch the full "strawberry" moon, the last supermoon of 2021June's full moon is quickly approaching, and it marks the final supermoon of the year.
Dead turtles and dolphins wash ashore after toxic cargo ship fireDays after the X-Press Pearl container ship burned and sank off Sri Lanka's coast laden with tons of "dangerous" goods, the toll on wildlife is "obvious."
National security adviser Jake Sullivan on Biden's performance at Geneva Summit with Vladimir PutinPresident Biden's national security adviser Jake Sullivan joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what was accomplished during Mr. Biden's first trip abroad as president — namely what the president gained from his Geneva summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Iran election underway amid voter apathy, economic troubles, U.S. concerns over hardline presidentCBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports in Tehran as Iranians head to the polls for the country's next president amid tensions with the West over its tattered nuclear deal and shattered economy after several years of sanctions and corruption.
Iran's youth shun election, using banned social media platforms to have their voices heardFewer than 30% of Iran's youth were expected to vote in Friday’s election. They are disillusioned and scornful of the lineup of hardline candidates. But that doesn't mean the young don't have political aspirations and opinions. But as senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports, they tend to voice them on largely banned social media platforms — not at the ballot box.
South African village's hopes of diamond mine dashed as stones are only worthless quartzUnidentified stones that lured thousands of fortune seekers to a rural South African village to mine the land with picks and shovels were not diamonds as hoped. Debora Patta spoke to government officials who informed villagers they were worthless quartz crystals.