Schlitterbahn Water Park in Kansas City shut down after tragedy; the "Verrückt" ride boasts a 168-foot structure that launches riders
The cyclist was struck by a vehicle while riding in the Ironman Triathlon in Boulder, Colorado
The 16-year-old girl went missing in Grand Teton National Park and fled when authorities tried to rescue her
Trump endorsed Paul Ryan after refusing to do so earlier this week. This is the latest in an attempt to unify the GOP. Moderator of "Face the Nation" John Dickerson joins CBSN to discuss.
Alex Rodriguez ended his MLB playing career with an emotional goodbye. Rodriguez will stay on as a special adviser to the the New York Yankees. CBSSports.com senior writer Jonah Keri joined CBS to discuss.
The Trump campaign faced a tumultuous week. Defections from Republicans now openly supporting Clinton threaten GOP unity. CBS News elections director Anthony Salvanto and Washington Post political reporter Ed O'Keefe join CBSN to discuss.
Jeni Stepien is now officially a married woman, and she said the day wouldn't have been possible without Arthur Thomas
After a tumultuous week for Donald Trump's campaign, "Face the Nation" brings you the latest from the trail, with Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Arizona, Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Arkansas, CBS News Elections Director Anthony Salvanto and others.
Missed the second half of the show? The latest on the race for the presidency and Hillary Clinton's growing lead
Two-year-old had been featured in national news story about getting a heart transplant and family's struggles finding medicine for it
Charles Osgood takes a look at some of the most notable events of the week ahead, from "Elvis Week" in Memphis, to a world championship for bagpipers in Glasgow, Scotland.
Devils Hole sounds like a scary place, but it's really a sanctuary. Conor Knighton take us to this tranquil place near Death Valley National Park, a refuge for one of the rarest fish in the world.
The controversial all-time great baseball player will be released from his player contract and become a special adviser to the Yankees
We leave you this Sunday Morning with the mighty moose of Maine's North Woods. Videographer: Scot Miller
On a farm in Connersville, Indiana, a horse once considered the runt of the breeding stock was raised -- with the help of a little girl -- to become a champion. Steve Hartman has more.
Beginning this past Monday, Texas state law requires all public universities to allow licensed concealed handguns owners to carry their firearms on campus. Ironically, the new "Campus Carry" law went into effect on the 50th anniversary of the infamous mass shooting at the University of Texas at Austin. Anna Werner talks to people who were there that fateful day in 1966, and to the creator of an acclaimed new documentary, "Tower."
Over more than four decades Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber has penned some of the most memorable music ever to be performed on the Great White Way. He's showcased on the Broadway stage once again in the hit musical, "School of Rock." With a revival of his mega-hit "Cats" and the "Phantom of the Opera" still going strong, Webber now has three of his works on stage in New York City. He talks to our Mo Rocca. (Originally aired December 13, 2015.)
Today is Purple Heart Appreciation Day. Created by Gen. George Washington on Aug. 7, 1782 as the Badge of Military Merit, the Purple Heart is America's oldest military decoration. Charles Osgood looks at the honor presented to service men and women who are wounded or killed in battle.
As we see during the Olympics, athletes are getting faster and stronger all the time. The same can be said for a large percentage of America's senior citizen population: Men and women showing the benefits of staying active as they age, with some breaking world records while they do it. Lee Cowan reports.
At least 3 USA basketball players allegedly "accidentally" walked into a legal brothel believing it was a spa, according to reports