Rumors are swirling over who Donald Trump may pick as his running mate. CBS News Chief White House correspondent Major Garrett and Republican strategist Kevin Sheridan join CBSN with the latest buzz.
The Republican National Convention is less than one week away and host city Cleveland is making final preparations. CBS News Justice and Homeland Security correspondent Jeff Pegues joins CBSN with the latest on security concerns.
What the daughters of two slain Dallas police officers can show us
Despite a court ruling and several headlines early Tuesday that claimed sharing Netflix passwords would now be a crime, the punishment is not so severe. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins CBSN with more.
The new "Pokemon Go" app is sweeping the country, but it's also collecting data from its users. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins CBSN with more.
A purported photo leak of the newest iPhone model has fans trying to decipher what features the latest phone will have. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins CBSN with more.
President Obama and President George W. Bush spoke at an interfaith memorial for the slain Dallas police officers Tuesday. CBS News correspondent Manuel Bojorquez joins CBSN with more.
Testimony in newly unsealed records claims that Penn State football coach Joe Paterno knew about allegations defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky was molesting children as early as 1976. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN with more.
"It looked like a scene out of a zombie movie," witness says as synthetic marijuana overdoes send dozens to hospitals in Brooklyn
7/12: President Obama delivers emotional speech at Dallas memorial; Obama praises Dallas Mother who shielded sons
President Obama offered words of comfort to the city of Dallas Tuesday at a memorial service for five slain police officers; In one of the more moving parts of President Obama's remarks at the memorial service in Dallas, he told the story of a civilian who had taken her sons to the demonstration and was wounded by the gunman
In Litchfield, Minnesota, one official said it was the worst damage they have seen in 10 years
In one of the more moving parts of President Obama's remarks at the memorial service in Dallas, he told the story of a civilian who had taken her sons to the demonstration and was wounded by the gunman.
In 1971, a man known as D.B. Cooper hijacked a Northwest Orient Airlines 727. Then, over Washington state, he jumped out. He was never found. The FBI announced today they are no longer investigating the case. "CBS Evening News" anchor Scott Pelley has more.
Castile's mom hopes the event helps "people to come together in a new way," the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis said
Five weeks after the final primary votes were cast, Bernie Sanders endorsed Hillary Clinton for president Tuesday. The move signifies unity for the Democratic party after Sanders fought for Clinton to back key policy platforms he campaigned on. Nancy Cordes has more.
In an interview with the New York Times, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said she "can't imagine what the country would be" with Donald Trump as president. Trump called the comments highly inappropriate. Major Garrett has more.
Secret Service Director Joseph Clancy said his agency is prepared for the Republican convention in Cleveland -- but it's the campaign trail that's gotten more dangerous. He says threats against the candidates have increased, and offenders are getting bolder. Jeff Pegues reports.
An alleged plot to kill Baton Rouge police officers has led to multiple arrests. This comes a week after police shot and killed Alton Sterling, and five officers were killed in Dallas. David Begnaud has more.
Thousands of dignitaries, police officers and loved ones were in attendance for a memorial to honor five Dallas police officers killed last week. President George W. Bush, Dallas Police Chief David Brown, and Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings all spoke at the service. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
President Obama offered words of comfort to the city of Dallas Tuesday at a memorial service for five slain police officers. He delivered what some are calling one of the most powerful speeches of his presidency. Scott Pelley reports.