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When 'Made in Vietnam' Products Are Actually From China

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Some Chinese manufacturers are dodging U.S. tariffs by rerouting goods to Vietnam and other countries. Here's a look at why transshipment is on the rise, and how U.S. customs officials are struggling to stamp out the practice. Video and Photo composite: Crystal Tai


Members of Virginia's National Guard have been deployed to D.C. ahead of Inauguration Day. Troops are posted around the Capitol and other parts of Washington. Governor Ralph Northam deployed members at the request of D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser following last week's deadly riot. Northam joins CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss the ongoing security efforts and more.

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Two men have been convicted of killing 39 Vietnamese migrants who were found dead in a lorry container in Essex.

Families of the victims left in Vietnam share their pain and grief.

Sky's South East Correspondent, Siobhan Robbins has this special report.

WARNING: SOME VIEWERS MAY FIND THIS REPORT DISTRESSING.
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Susan Wright has been released from prison after serving 16 years of 25 year sentence for stabbing her husband to death. Wright's trial made headlines after a prosecutor reenacted the crime, in which Wright stabbed her husband 193 times after tying him to their bed. Wright says her husband had repeatedly abused her before she killed him. "Susan Wright was the prototypical victim of domestic abuse," her lawyer Brian Wice told Inside Edition.

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