Laurell Hoirup's described his anguish when he couldn't bring her back up after she slipped into the water
The final round of chemotherapy brought a big, beautiful surprise for a Nebraska woman. Alissa Bousquet's husband recently had 500 roses delivered to an Omaha cancer center. Brad Bousquet texted family and friends, asking them to chip in for each rose, with any money left over going to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. But the idea bloomed and 172 families donated, raising nearly $5,000 for the charity.
Ohio police say woman was trying to kill herself and her 2-year-old daughter
Airbnb is taking San Francisco to federal court over an ordinance that would require its hosts to register with the city. If they don't, the on-demand lodging giant would be fined up to $1,000 a day for each unauthorized listing and remove unregistered hosts from the site. Leigh Gallagher, assistant managing editor for Fortune magazine and host of "Fortune Live," joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the company's legal battles.
There are "very compelling reasons" to not vaccinate kids, a lawsuit against the new law reguiring mandatory vaccines for school children
A top Navy official is under investigation after being caught on video threatening a group of young men with a gun. The heated confrontation took place in front of the official's home in Fairfax County, Virginia. David Martin reports.
Police in Louisiana are investigating the deadly police shooting of a black man. Video appears to capture the confrontation between 37-year-old Alton Sterling and two officers. Protesters in Baton Rouge rallied overnight to demand justice. Michelle Miller reports on what led to the deadly encounter.
Clinton won't be charged over email scandal, but she has even more explaining to do, as does Tony Blair after release of damning Iraq War report
Authorities in one Ohio city say they've responded to more than a dozen suspected heroin overdoses in less than 12 hours
Recommendation not to charge Hillary Clinton in email probe comes as no surprise to some, given James Comey's positions on controversial issues in the past
Footage appears to show confrontation outside convenience store; protest at scene grows
If someone wins, it could be the 7th largest jackpot in U.S. history and the largest since a $429.6 million Powerball prize won in May
Technology usually used in hospitals will scan carry-on bags in an effort to improve security and shorten lines, TSA says
FBI Director James Comey said Tuesday he does not recommend charges for Hillary Clinton in her use of a private email server while secretary of state; The biggest planet in Earth's neighborhood is also the most mysterious
Charges likely against at least one of the Navy SEALs supervising James "Derek" Lovelace's training, CBS News Pentagon correspondent David Martin reports
The biggest planet in Earth's neighborhood is also the most mysterious. NASA sent the Juno spacecraft to find out what's beneath the gas and clouds of Jupiter's atmosphere. Juno arrived on schedule Monday night. Don Dahler reports.
Italian police took a suspect into custody in the death of an American college student, who was about to begin summer classes in Rome. News of the young man's death has hit home for families of Americans who study overseas. DeMarco Morgan has more.
Muslims in the United States have seen an increase in violence against them over the past week. The United Arab Emirates has even warned its citizens traveling in the U.S. to avoid wearing traditional clothing. Anna Werner has more.
Navy officials expect charges to be brought against at least one SEAL supervising the training of James Lovelace, who drowned in May during the notoriously tough qualification course. Lovelace was allegedly pushed down by an instructor, then lost consciousness and could not be revived.
A top naval official is under investigation after pulling a gun on some young men outside his home. One of those men recorded the heated altercation on his phone. David Martin has more.