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Goodell on "moving forward" after "deflategate," education initiativeA federal appeals court ruled Monday that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady must serve a four-game suspension this season over "deflategate," reinstating NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's decision to punish Brady. Goodell joins "CBS This Morning," along with Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis, to respond to his critics in the "deflategate" controversy, as well as discuss the 2016 NFL draft and the Character Playbook initiative.
Biden retains Trump's historic-low refugee cap, angering alliesWhile he plans to scrap Trump-era categories that narrowed who could be resettled in the U.S., Mr. Biden will not be increasing the record-low 15,000-spot refugee ceiling.
Watch Live: Mother of Daunte Wright's 2-year-old son speaksWright was fatally shot by a police officer during a traffic stop in suburban Minneapolis on Sunday.
Lawsuit blames Snapchat for violent crashA driver in Atlanta is suing Snapchat after he was severely injured in a car crash. The 18-year-old woman who hit him was allegedly using Snapchat and going over 100 miles per hour. CBSN's Elaine Quijano has more.
Bob Schieffer: Donald Trump's appeal is growingDonald Trump outlined his foreign policy vision on Wednesday, vowing to put "America first." CBS News contributor Bob Schieffer joins CBSN to discuss Trump's plan and exit polls showing Trump is gaining support from a wider range of voters.
Why are Apple, Twitter and Google struggling?Facebook is crushing expectations while other big-name companies in the tech sector are struggling to meet their revenue estimates. New Yorker.com editor Nick Thompson joins CBSN to explain what Facebook is doing differently than Google, Apple and Twitter.

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Biden retains Trump's historic-low refugee cap, angering alliesWhile he plans to scrap Trump-era categories that narrowed who could be resettled in the U.S., Mr. Biden will not be increasing the record-low 15,000-spot refugee ceiling.
Doctors, children among victims in Syria hospital bombingA new airstrike in Syria hit a hospital and reportedly killed more than two dozen people. Dramatic video shows victims being pulled from the rubble and the frantic search for survivors. Doctors Without Borders says its hospital in a rebel-held part of Aleppo was destroyed. Holly Williams reports from Istanbul.
Watch Live: Biden welcomes Japan's leader as he rallies allies to counter ChinaRight now, Japan is one of the few industrialized nations not sanctioning China for human rights abuses. The U.S. would like that to change.
4/26: Rain and hail hammer Midwest; 107-year-old White House star finally gets her IDHail is hammering the Midwest while Americans living in the Southern Plains have been told to prep for possible tornado touchdowns; Virginia McLaurin became a viral sensation after her recent joyous meeting with President Obama. She was the picture of health at 107
Court rules police responsible for 1989 soccer stampedeFor nearly three decades, 96 football fans who were crushed to death before a British playoff match were blamed for their own deaths. Tuesday, a jury saw things differently. Mark Phillips has more.
Iraqi forces see string of victories against ISISIraq says it's now fully recaptured the city of Hit, which sits in a key strategic position on an ISIS supply line between Iraq and Syria. In all, ISIS has lost around 40 percent of the territory it once controlled in Iraq, according to U.S. officials. Holly Williams reports.