At least four people have died and several others are missing after torrential rains flooded parts of Texas; Hunter the bald eagle is the world's first bird trained to take down drones that cause trouble in the sky.
A tropical storm system is expected to bring heavy rain and strong winds to parts of the southeast this Memorial Day weekend; Skellig Michael is an island seven miles off the coast of Ireland with a history dating back to the dawn of civilization.
Donald Trump has clinched the Republican nomination with help from members of North Dakota's GOP convention delegation; Skellig Michael is an island seven miles off the coast of Ireland with a history dating back to the dawn of civilization. But that's not what has tourists flocking to the island these daysmoreless
The flight data recorders from Egypt Air Flight 804 have been located and an effort is underway to recover them, sources tell CBS News; Army Capt. Stu Herrington kept reassuring South Vietnamese seeking to flee Saigon that as long as he was there, there would be nothing to worry about.
Sixty-six people are feared dead after a Paris to Cairo EgyptAir flight suddenly and mysteriously went down; Egyptian President Sisi has ordered the military to take all neccesary measures to find the wreckage of EgyptAir Flight MS804.
Bernie Sanders was defiant Wednesday, saying his campaign did not encourage the chaos at Nevada's Democratic convention over the weekend; The creative mind behind one of the most popular television ad campaigns passed away last week.
In just one year, more than 29,000 people lost their lives to an overdose of heroin or prescription painkillers in America; An elementary school in Virginia is the first in the nation to put a satellite in orbit, after years of anticipation
Donald Trump is lashing out at the New York Times after the newspaper published personal stories from women who either met or knew the presumptive Republican nominee for president; with 46 years at "60 Minutes," Morley Safer is the show's longest-serving correspondent
Air travelers from coast to coast are enduring nightmarish conditions at several of the nation's airports; Phil Morgese has always been good with his hands on "guy stuff." But when it came to styling his daughter's hair, he struggled to keep up.
ISIS has recently suffered a number of blows in their Iraqi territory, but the group struck back with lethal force in the heart of Baghdad on Wednesday; legendary CBS newsman Morley Safer is set to retire after over 50 years at the network
The same storm system that killed at least two people Monday night in Oklahoma produced more tornadoes Tuesday in Kentucky; the AAA is out with a sobering report on driving high. Deadly crashes are up in states where weed is legal
Violent storms are racing through the Southern Plains, with at least one tornado tearing through the Oklahoma countryside Monday evening; Dr. David Kessler, former head of the FDA from 1990 to1997, called the rise of America's opioid crisis "one of the great mistakes of modern medicine."
Donald Trump has a meeting on Thursday with House Speaker Paul Ryan, who says he's not ready to support Trump for president; over 500 wounded service members from 15 countries are competing in the Invictus Games
Flames once again lit up the night and were driven by winds that pushed and pulled the heat in all directions; It's pretty easy to have your order messed up when you're ordering from Starbucks, it's even easier if you're deaf
The Republican race began with a gaggle of 17 candidates, and Donald Trump is the last one standing; the Pentagon says the Navy SEAL who was killed in Iraq this week was part of a quick reaction force assigned to protect American military advisers
Ted Cruz called the Indiana primary "make or break" -- and he broke. Cruz dropped out of the presidential race shortly after Donald Trump was declared the winner; A St. Louis jury has awarded $55 million to a woman who said talc in Johnson & Johnson's baby powder gave her ovarian cancer. It's the second such verdict against the company in recent months.moreless
With city schools expected to run out of cash on July 1st and the state legislature waffling on a bailout package, Detroit's teachers walked off the job Monday; Two activists raided circuses for two years, finding and rescuing 33 abused lions.
Donald Trump was campaigning in Indiana on Sunday, where a double digit win would put him on track to secure the majority of delegates needed to win the nomination; the Gila River Indian community is considered by the National Institutes of Health to be one of the most obese communities in Americamoreless
Major storms brought heavy hail, damaging winds and tornadoes across the Southern U.S., killing five in East Texas; Jim Axelrod met a troop dedicated to the idea of helping others erase their prejudices.
Protesters near San Francisco forced Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump to ditch his motorcade and take a long, winding trek on foot to his campaign event; a North Carolina judge felt he had to hold a man accountable for lying about a urine test, although there were special circumstances for this probation offendermoreless
A TV station in Baltimore was evacuated after a man in an animal costume threatened to blow up the building; about 6,000 immigrants who escaped poverty and violence in East Africa have resettled in Lewiston, Maine
The Republican front-runner followed up his five-state primary sweep with a speech on foreign policy; two female sports reporters recently released a video exposing some of the tweets sent their way on a daily basis
Hail 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
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump had some harsh words for Ted Cruz and John Kasich on Monday; A history-making Broadway show is the first to feature an all-female cast, plus a female writer and director.
Protesters fear the so-called trans-Atlantic partnership would weaken environmental standards and consumer protections, but President Obama defends the pact that would create the world’s largest free trade zone; CBS News has been following Jawan Ahmed's journey from war-torn Syria for quite awhile now
Officials in the Twin Cities suburb where musician Prince died unexpectedly Thursday shared details of the musician's final hours; Amanda Green doesn't have enough time to walk her pet, and she feels guilty because it's not getting the exercise it needs
The first criminal charges were filed in the water debacle in Flint, Michigan, after contaminated drinking water left more than 150 children poisoned by dangerously high levels of lead; one tiny island in Denmark has been able to get their greenhouse gas emissions down to virtually zero
CBS News projects that businessman Donald Trump will be the winner of the Republican primary in his home state; when an industrial incinerator was approved to be built near her already polluted neighborhood, high schooler Destiny Watford jumped into action to stop it
The strongest earthquake to hit Ecuador since 1979 has left more than 230 dead and several hundred injured after striking 100 miles northwest of the country's capital; A business is giving asylum seekers in New York the opportunity to connect through a universal language: food
Pope Francis has opened more than his heart to refugees trapped in Greece; CBS News' Marlie Hall shares a story about her father Edward, who while in retirement in Haiti, fell into a coma before miraculously surviving it.
An earthquake with a seven magnitude struck Japan Friday afternoon, a day after a 6.5 quake hit the southern part of the country; Jameel McGee and former police officer Andrew Collins' lives became intertwined when Collins put McGee in jail for a crime he didn't commit
Bernie Sanders drew one of the largest crowds of his campaign Wed. night -- more than 15,000 people gathered to hear him speak in NYC's Washington Square Park; Now a new film called "Midsummer in Newtown" is debuting at the Tribeca Film festival in New York City, exploring their trauma and the healing power of the artsmoreless
The CDC has confirmed that microcephaly is caused by the Zika virus; states across the country have been raising speed limits for years, but a new study shows those increases in speed have also led to more fatal car accidents
On Tuesday, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan said he would not accept the GOP presidential nomination at a contested convention; . Some auto experts wondered last year if safety would be sacrificed when Ford switched from a steel body to aluminum, but it was the only pickup truck to get a good rating in the latest crash tests.moreless
the CDC now believes the mosquito that carries the Zika virus is found in thirty states, not twelve as previously estimated; at the Caromont goat cheese farm in southern Virginia, this is the time of year when baby goats run wild
Belgian authorities say Mohamed Abrini, who was detained Friday in a raid, has confessed to being the third attacker in the Brussels Airport bombing; in a science experiment gone wrong, a beloved stuffed animal is out of reach in outer space.
In response to the terror attacks in Brussels last month, the TSA will be increasing random checks of vehicles and people with larger bags; two childhood friends had a drunken night 40 years ago, then never saw each other again
The race for the Democratic presidential nomination tightened after the Wisconsin primary; Barry Petersen spent some time with the team that has lived through three wars, but still find joy in jumping and competing.
With warm weather fast approaching, mosquitoes will be making their return to much of the U.S. soon -- and they'll be bringing the Zika virus with them; five-year-old Lizzy Myers got a thrill of a lifetime Wednesday as she traveled from her home in Ohio to meet Pope Francis in Romemoreless
The CBS News battleground tracker shows Ted Cruz has a six-point lead over Donald Trump heading in to a possibly game-changing primary in Wisconsin; and two brothers from Maryland play Monday night against each other in the NCAA Men's Championship game.
The month of April is off to a brutal cold start for much of the East Coast; Across the country, a new kind of competition is becoming popular. "60 Minutes Sports" got an upclose look at the phenomenon that is known as drone racing
Republican front-runner Donald Trump is doing damage control after a difficult week that has seen several controversies and a slip in the polls ahead of the Wisconsin primary; video of a police officer playing hopscotch with a homeless girl in California has been viewed millions of times in just a few daysmoreless
In an interview that will air Sunday on "Face the Nation," GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump was asked about his comments earlier this week on abortion; when Sonia Vallabh was diagnosed with a rare incurable disease five years ago, she and her husband decided to take matters into their own handsmoreless
After 10 months under ISIS control, the Syrian government has taken back control of the Palmyra; Donald Trump may be the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination, but he's not very popular on Scotland's Isle of Lewis -- his ancestral homeland.
Donald Trump earned scorn Wednesday from both the right and the left after pushing for an abortion ban, then saying that women who subsequently get the outlawed procedure should be punished; For almost 30 years, USGS seismologist Lucy Jones has been famous as California's "Earthquake Lady.
A man was shot Monday after he pointed what appeared to be a weapon at officers in the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center; These women not only helped win the war, but they also changed the role of women in America.
More than 65 are dead and over 300 are injured from a bombing in a children's park in Lahore, Pakistan; and volleyball is a serious sport on the beaches of Southern California, and being great at the game requires a lot of practice.
Dramatic police raids appear to have led to arrests as authorities continue to search for those responsible for Tuesday's bombings in Brussels; Every year, past Medal of Honor recipients get together to recognize civilians who have gone above and beyond the call of duty.
French police launched a raid late Thursday that one official said disrupted a planned terror attack in an advanced stage; Garry Shandling was best known for playing a neurotic TV talk show host on "The Larry Sanders Show" in the 1990s
A raid in Belgium led to the capture of Salah Abdeslam, the last remaining Paris attacker and the most wanted fugitive in Europe; Ten years ago, we met an autistic high schooler named Jason McElwain, or JMac
Hail ranging in size from an egg to a tennis ball destroyed just about everything in it fell on Thursday morning in the Dallas-Fort Worth area; SeaWorld is bowing to public pressure and ending its famous killer whale shows as well as its controversial orca breeding program
Judge Merrick Garland was nominated as the 113th Supreme Court Justice on Wednesday; Norma Bauerschmidt was diagnosed with cancer at 90 years old. Doctors wanted to operate, but "Miss Norma" had a better idea
On "Mega Tuesday," John Kasich finally won a primary in Ohio, where he is the sitting governor; Donald Trump sure likes to talk about China, but the Chinese don't seem to care much for what he's saying.
Republican candidates are preparing for what will be one of the most important primary Tuesdays this election season; The cast of the hit musical "Hamilton" visited the White House on Monday, where a select group of lucky high schoolers were treated to a special performance and workshop.
Donald Trump came close Sunday morning to condoning a violent response from his supporters toward protesters who have been an increasing presence at his rallies; Marty Burbank was going to buy a 40-foot boat and sail off into retirement, but he felt compelled to do more with all the money he'd saved up.moreless
Secret Service agents had to form a protective cordon around Donald Trump when a man tried to rush the stage at a rally for the Republican presidential front-runner; cities around the world are trying to spread a not-so-well-known message: Stop flushing disposable wipes
Donald Trump took a lighter, more civil tone at the last debate -- but the opposite is happening at his rallies; Twenty-eight years ago, Lynn Bartos helped nurse a young girl with a life-threatening intestinal problem back to health.
Since 2003, the Wounded Warrior Project has raised more than a billion dollars in donations; A 14-year-old koala at the Los Angeles Zoo was recently mauled to death, but the main suspect -- a local mountain lion -- may have just been trying to find its dinner.
Donald Trump wins both the Michigan and Mississippi primaries, despite this week's GOP effort to get voters turn away from him; The World Health Organization warned pregnant women not to visit the 30 or so countries affected by the Zika virus.
Donald Trump has released TV ads critical of Marco Rubio in a bid to win the Florida primary next week; James Brown, CBS News special correspondent and host of "NFL Today," discusses the 18-year career of Peyton Manning.
The busiest Saturday of the election season is underway and Ted Cruz has already made his mark on the GOP side, winning the Kansas and Maine caucuses; Death Valley National Park hardly ever sees any plant life, but El Nino's rains have brought a full bloom to the parched desert.
As the dust settled from Thursday night's GOP debate, party leaders insist the turmoil over Trump won't hurt the Republicans when the time comes for the general election; what good is a cow to a cattle rancher if it can't eventually be eaten?
Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney gave a short speech Thursday denouncing Trump as unfit for office and asking supporters to reconsider; The robbery is one of many gun store heists that have taken place in Houston and beyond, and the perpetrators seem to be getting more ambitious.
Fifteen states have now voted in primaries and caucuses for the Republican presidential nomination; Kelly's trip was well documented here on Earth and from above, in the form of his remarkable pictures taken from the International Space Station.
A photographer was slammed to the ground by a member of Donald Trump's security detail at a campaign rally on Monday; he was awarded the Medal of Honor at the White House Monday for his courageous actions.
In a surprise announcement, N.J. Gov. Chris Christie endorsed Donald Trump for the presidency on Friday; A 5-year-old in Maine has an inseparable bond with her duck. Not a toy duck -- a real, live duck.
Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney suggested Wednesday that a "bombshell" is waiting in Donald Trump's tax returns; A Los Angeles teacher may have come up with the solution to a math problem that has stumped the best minds for centuries: How do you get school kids to succeed at calculus?moreless
The same storm system that produced fatal tornadoes in the southern states Tuesday is wreaking havoc along the Eastern seaboard; A jury in St. Louis awarded $72 million to the family of a woman who claimed talcum powder caused her ovarian cancer.
Multiple tornadoes were reported in Louisiana Tuesday as a severe storm system swept across the South; and the special edition of Town and Country magazine, honoring Queen Elizabeth's 90th birthday, revealed the royal treatment of her corgi
Authorities in Kalamazoo, Michigan, charged 45-year-old Jason Dalton with murder Monday after a shooting spree left six people dead over the weekend; Virginia McLaurin turns 107 next month and, more than anything, she wanted to meet President Obama
An Uber driver is in custody after he allegedly opened fire at three separate locations near Kalamazoo, Michigan, Saturday night; a sight-seeing helicopter crash caught on camera in Hawaii could have had a tragic outcome, if not for the actions of a group of tourists
Major Garrett spoke to Donald Trump before a rally in South Carolina on Friday, where they discussed the pressure of not letting down his supporters, his spat with the Pope, and his original stance on the Iraq war; and a young boy in Michigan helped coordinate an appreciation event for his heroes -- the men in blue.moreless
In a campaign that has seen just about everything else, Donald Trump is now feuding with Pope Francis; Scott Pelley spoke with Hillary Clinton about the remarkable life of her mother Dorothy Rodham, who ran away from an abusive home at the age of 14.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said Apple will not comply with a federal court order demanding that it unlock an iPhone of the San Bernardino terrorist attackers; After a roadside bomb in Afghanistan caused Kevin Jaye to lose a leg and a testicle, he and his wife Lauren turned to IVF to start a familymoreless
Fellow Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and Marco Rubio spent the day accusing Ted Cruz of being dishonest and misleading voters; Madison Square Garden has gone to the dogs for the annual Westminster Kennel Club Show which concludes Tuesday night
The death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia drops the court down to eight members as several controversial cases come up on the docket; Despite distinctly different politics, Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg maintained a very close friendship.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died of natural causes yesterday while vacationing with friends at a Texas ranch; Jamie Yuccas visited the New York Toy Fair to find out what kids are into these days.
GOP candidates campaigning in South Carolina are putting their faith in Christian conservatives, a huge portion of the voter block in the southern state; After a retired mail carrier's wife died, he decided a headstone wasn't enough to remember her by
A new national poll shows that Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are in a statistical tie; Female inmates in six prisons across Texas are participating in a new project that will help them connect with their children.
Donald Trump and John Kasich are celebrating while Marco Rubio is figuring out how to rebound following Tuesday night's New Hampshire primaries; Mark Strassmann reports on a love story -- an American World War II veteran and the British woman he planned to marry.
Businessman Donald Trump picked up his first-ever political victory Tuesday, winning the New Hampshire Republican primary; Julianna Goldman caught up with these junior journalists on the campaign trail.
Ahead of the New Hampshire primary, new polls show that Republican candidate Donald Trump has a very good chance of securing a win after finishing second in Iowa; Brazil has reported more than 4,000 cases of microcephaly, a birth defect where babies develop small heads
With three days to go before the New Hampshire primaries, GOP frontrunners Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio will all be looking for ways to elevate themselves in Saturday night's debate; overtime pay will be high for San Francisco and Santa Clara police officers after Sunday's Super Bowl, but who's footing the bill?moreless
Hillary Clinton's commanding lead over Bernie Sanders in national polls has disappeared: and President Obama discussed the state of the economy relating to his term in office after the unemployment dropped below 5%.
Five Florida counties have declared health emergencies due to the mosquito-borne Zika virus; Though it's traditionally considered a man's sport, the NFL has been working to include more women on and off the field.
Parts of the deep South were hit with more than two inches of rain Wednesday from a storm system that spawned tornadoes Tuesday night; Flint's mayor has also announced a new plan to help residents pay water bills.
Donald Trump will be looking to make a comeback in New England after losing to Ted Cruz in the Iowa caucuses; There is something else to look forward to besides the game during this Sunday's Super Bowl
Donald Trump seemed to be pulling away from Ted Cruz in the final polls released before Monday night's Iowa caucuses; Dean Reynolds found a place where the starting line of the presidential race always ends in a photo finish.
A day before the Iowa Caucuses, a Bloomberg Politics/Des Moines Register poll has Donald Trump with a 5-point lead on Ted Cruz for the Republican presidential nomination; the Beargrease is a grueling 383-mile sled dog marathon, and for one family, it has become a tradition
The State Department said some of the emails on Hillary Clinton's unsecured private server did contain top secret information; When you think of Groundhog Day, most Americans don't think of Sun Prairie, Wisconsin.
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump says he will not participate in the final GOP debate before next week's Iowa caucuses; the Zika virus is continuing to spread and U.S. doctors are bracing for its arrival
With less than a week before the Iowa caucuses, polls have businessman Donald Trump and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz virtually tied for first place; The American Heart Association says women are less likely to be diagnosed with a heart condition than men.
The nation's capital is struggling to recover from a historic blizzard; and El Nino has brought crushing waves and pounding rains to Pacifica, California, chipping away at cliffs and leaving homes in danger of falling into the ocean.
A powerful blizzard is dumping historic amounts of snow on the Eastern Seaboard and has shut down the country's most populous city; it's a snowstorm tradition: run to the grocery store and grab all the bread and milk you can
He may be well past retirement age, but Irving Fields is still playing the piano at New York lounges, five nights a week; Major rush-hour gridlock hit the nation's capitol Wednesday night after only an inch of snow fell -- causing multiple wrecks, traffic delays and other problems
Eighty-eight Detroit schools were closed Wednesday as teachers protested the abysmal conditions; Actor Jamie Foxx played the part of a real-life hero Tuesday night after a truck crashed and burst into flames in front of his home.
Sarah Palin endorsed Donald Trump on Tuesday, a blow to Senator Ted Cruz's bid to consolidate Tea Party support in Iowa; The Ricardos and the Mertzes may have invented carpool karaoke in a 1955 Pontiac on the show "I Love Lucy", but James Corden has taken it to the next level on "The Late Late Show."moreless
Four Americans, including Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian, were released in a landmark prisoner swap with Iran Saturday; after five months of waiting, panda lovers finally got to see Bei Bei the baby panda up close and in person Saturday
The seven top-polling Republicans will square off Thursday night in their second to last debate before the Iowa Caucus; Three winning tickets for the record Powerball jackpot were sold across the country, one of them at a 7-Eleven store in Chino Hills, California.
They probably aren't going to win, but that isn't stopping millions from standing in line for their chance at the record-breaking Powerball jackpot; Twenty-one years after leaving Southern California for Missouri, the Rams are returning to L.A.
CBS news legal analyst Rikki Kliemanv considers if Sean Penn may face any legal issues from the U.S. or Mexican governments following his meeting with drug lord El Chapo; The Playboy Mansion has hit the market for nearly 200 times the original price it was purchased in 1971.
With Powerball fever increasing ticket sales, lottery officials say there's a 75 percent chance a winner has picked the magic numbers; Facing criticism that stock photos used in advertising often show generic images of a narrow range of unrealistic body types and shapes, many agencies are starting to update their photos.moreless
Mexican drug lord Joaquin Guzman, better known as “El Chapo,” was captured Friday in Mexico, six months after his second escape from prison; On The Road in South Carolina, a 15-year-old is shaking up weightlifting competitions.
Historically low oil prices and a falling Chinese stock market have dragged down the Dow by nearly 900 points since Monday; The Powerball jackpot now sits at $700 million, but what are your odds of actually winning?
In an emotional appeal, President Obama called his executive actions "common sense steps" that respect the 2nd Amendment; Mark Strassmann has more on the former National Teacher of the Year who started his own school and changed lives forever.
After Saudi Arabia executed a popular Shiite cleric, Sunni and Shia relations have erupted in protest and violence; A dog diagnosed with lymphoma is checking off items on her bucket list with the help of her owner.
When President Obama returns from his Hawaiian holiday vacation, he'll begin his final year in office with new action on gun control; In Minneapolis, a music teacher has inspired students to sing her praises.
Following a year that saw 331 mass shootings, President Obama is planning a series of executive actions on guns; Steve Hartman goes "On the Road" for another look at the "World's ugliest Christmas tree."
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