U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch addresses the deadly police ambush in Dallas. Lynch called for calm, peaceful action in the wake of the violence this week.
CBS News contributor Bob Schieffer discusses the 2016 campaign, and the renewed focus on gun control and police brutality.
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CBS News' Kris Van Cleave describes the precautions that police departments around the country are taking to stay safe, the day after gunmen killed five police officers in Dallas.
CBS News security consultant Ron Hosko joins CBSN to discuss the Dallas shooting, and how police used an explosive device to take down a suspect.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton discusses the deadly police shooting in Dallas.
CBS Radio News' Steven Portnoy is in the Capitol, where police activity placed the building under lockdown for a period Friday morning.
Cornell William Brooks says all lives matter -- "whether your skin is black or your uniform is blue" -- and calls for legislation against police misconduct
Mark Hughes says he got phone call telling him police posted photo identifying him as suspect
The Congressional Black Caucus is calling for legislative action in the wake of the deadly gun violence that killed Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Phliando Castile in Falcon Heights, Minn., and five Dallas police officers.
Doctors are seeking court permission to perform a test to confirm the 2-year-old is brain dead, but her parents want to give her more time to wake up
Former Dallas police officer Pete Schulte, who knows some of the victims from Thursday night's police ambush, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss racial tensions between communities and police officers and the robot bomb used by Dallas officers to handle one of the suspects.
Police around the country are on alert after the police ambush tragedy in Dallas. Five officers were killed by snipers. Kris Van Cleave reports with what departments are doing to protect their own.
President Obama condemned the Thursday night ambush of the Dallas police officers. He is in Warsaw, Poland for two days of meetings with European Union and NATO leaders. Margaret Brennan, who is traveling with the president, reports.
John Matthews, a former Dallas police officer and now the executive director of the Community Safety Institute, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what police departments could do in response to the police ambush and how people can build partnerships to improve community-police relations.
Gunmen target law enforcement in downtown Dallas as peaceful protest against police shootings turns to chaos
In difficult times, people are uniting on social media
Former chief Washington correspondent and "Face the Nation" moderator Bob Schieffer, a native of Fort Worth, Texas, joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss the Dallas police ambush and the week of deadly police shootings of black men in Minnesota and Louisiana.
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings and Police Chief David Brown spoke Friday morning about one of the suspects that targeted police. Brown said the man was upset with white people and police due to the recent killings of black men, and that he wanted to kill whites. Brown also revealed that the suspect was killed when police used a robot to detonate an explosive device.
Dallas police officers were shot by snipers Thursday night during a protest against this week's police killings of two black men in Minnesota and Louisiana. NAACP president and CEO Cornell William Brooks joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss the message he draws from the attack.