Clinton and Trump field some tough questions as the road to the White House enters the final stretch, and new tactics in the battle against Zika in Florida
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump cross paths in the September campaign sprint. Also, President Obama is on a historic trip to Laos, but is in the middle of a diplomatic dispute with the Philippines president. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
87-foot boat that once shared screen with John Wayne contains about 600 gallons of diesel fuel, which began leaking sometime early Sunday morning
CDC says claims Naled is safe to use, but residents are opposed to the spraying of the insecticide that was banned from the European Union and protested in Puerto Rico
Democratic nominee answered questions from the press for the first time in 275 days, blasting Trump and joking that she might be "allergic" to her rival
On September 5, 1972, Palestinian terrorists broke into the Olympic Village in Munich, killed two members of the Israeli delegation and abducted nine more. The next day, the world learned that the hostages were killed in a shootout. Watch a CBS News Special Report from that day.
SoCal MMA fighter and his wife have decided to donate their baby son’s organs, after the 15-month-old was disconnected from life support following the hit-and-run
Former Cleveland quarterback has re-enrolled at Texas A&M after his NFL career was derailed by a series of off-field incidents that included a domestic violence charge still pending in court
Large waves in some southern New England beach waters lured in surfers, despite the rough surf and rip currents that kept most beachgoers away on the last day of the holiday weekend
Woman has lived with a hypodermic needle lodged in her back for nearly seven years; awarded a $507,000 judgment in a medical malpractice lawsuit
The presidential race has just 64 days left and gets underway in earnest after Labor Day weekend; it has been said the only limits are the ones you set for yourself
Officials at a fair in Memphis where eight riders were hurt say they were told initially by first responders that there were no visible injuries
Two police officers were seen comforting a distraught woman kneeling in the middle of the street near the scene in Lauderhill
Schlafly died in her St. Louis, Missouri home; authored 27 books, thousands of articles and spoke across the U.S.
It has been said the only limits are the ones you set for yourself. Eric Gray, who lost an eye to cancer, founded Catalyst Sports to teach climbing to people with all kinds of disabilities. Chip Reid has the story.
President Obama had hoped to reach an agreement at the G20 Summit with Vladimir Putin for coordinated U.S.-Russian airstrikes on ISIS and al Qaeda-linked terrorists. The administration also canceled a planned meeting with the president of the Philippines after he publicly insulted Obama. Margaret Brennan has reports.
American shoppers are enjoying what could be the longest streak of falling food prices in a half century. Although the lower prices may be good for consumers, they are terrible for American farmers. The nation's food supplies have been steadily growing, while demand has declined in major overseas markets like China. Manuel Bojorquez has more.
Thousands of people in Minnesota are remembering the life of Jacob Wetterling, who was missing for nearly 27 years. A break in the case is leaving some questioning how it happened at all. Jamie Yuccas reports.
Hermine traveled up the Northeast, putting a damper on the unofficial last day of summer. Thrashing waves and dangerous rip currents kept most beachgoers from New Jersey to Cape Cod out of the water. DeMarco Morgan reports.
The presidential race has just 64 days left and gets underway in earnest after Labor Day weekend. While campaigning in Ohio, Donald Trump took shots at Hillary Clinton and again addressed how he would win over minority voters. Major Garrett reports.