New Hampshire man was rushed to the hospital with severe injury from power tool mishap
Stranded tourists huddle in their hotels as Category 1 storm makes landfall on southern tip of Mexico's Baja California peninsula
A young boy passed out during a ride in an aerobatic plane over Las Vegas. He told the pilot he wanted to know what eight G's felt like -- that's eight times the force of gravity. The pilot obliged with very fast maneuvers.
Oprah's Book Club has put 75 books on the map with her signature stamp of approval. Only on "CBS This Morning," Oprah revealed her next book club selection: "Love Warrior." Bestselling author Glennon Doyle Melton joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her book.
Storm could continue to impact areas from New York to southern New England with coastal flooding, rough surf
Oprah Winfrey's latest book club selection is bestselling author Melton's ''Love Warrior.'' In this OWN interview excerpt, Melton tells Winfrey about her road to redemption after finding out about her husband's infidelity.
CBS News elections director Anthony Salvanto joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss electoral vote counts and how Hillary Clinton's lead poses challenges for Donald Trump.
Police in Oregon are trying to identify a group of vandals that destroyed an iconic natural landmark. A tourist captured video of people pushing over a rock formation at the Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area, southwest of Portland. Whoever did this could pay a big price. Ben Tracy reports.
Attorneys for Owen Labrie, the former New Hampshire prep school student convicted of sexual assault, are responding for the first time since the victim, Chessy Prout, spoke out in public last week to tell her side of the story. Labrie's attorneys, Jaye Rancourt and Robin Melone, join "CBS This Morning" for an exclusive interview.
A controversy is growing over the safest way to fight Zika in Florida. Miami is using specialized trucks for the first time to kill mosquitoes that carry the virus, spraying what's being called an environmentally-friendly and organic bacteria called BTI. David Begnaud reports.
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Hermine is off the Atlantic Coast Tuesday and moving closer to land. The cyclone is pushing back toward New England, packing winds around 65 mph. Severe weather warnings stretch from the mid-Atlantic to Massachusetts. The storm is responsible for at least three deaths. DeMarco Morgan reports from Cape Cod.
Donald Trump and his running mate, Mike Pence, were well-received campaigning in Ohio and came out largely unscathed -- that is until Trump spoke to reporters on his plane and was forced to answer questions about immigration, debate prep and Trump University. Major Garrett reports.
Susan Page, USA Today's Washington bureau chief, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the Trump Foundation's donation to a political group associated with Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, and why both Hillary Clinton and Trump need "second chances" to gain voters' trust.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump spent Labor Day looking for votes in the battleground state of Ohio. Clinton traveled with reporters on her plane for the first time in the campaign, taking questions from her traveling press for the first time in 275 days. Nancy Cordes reports.
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