Republican nominee Donald Trump veered off of his prompter script Tuesday in North Carolina, aggressively going after Hillary Clinton for the latest in the email saga, painting her actions as criminal. He eventually got back on track, trying to appeal to minorities and remind people of his tough foreign policy plans. Major Garrett reports.
Woman says her photo was put on funeral fund jars seeking donations for service for her, in scam
On Thursday Miami Beach will begin using a controversial chemical, Naled, to fight Zika. Seven new locally-transmitted cases of the virus were reported Tuesday in Miami-Dade County. Six of those were in Miami Beach. David Begnaud reports.
With the tightening race to the White House, Hillary Clinton attacks her rival's vague plans, demeanor and business practices
Hillary Clinton says Donald Trump is "dead wrong" that Americans "don't care" about his tax returns. Also, a stunning confession finally solves the kidnapping and murder of an 11-year-old boy that haunted Minnesota for decades. 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.
The economic challenges awaiting the next Oval Office occupant, and a look at claims something's fishy when it comes to labeling seafood for consumers
Kristin Smart, 19, was last seen returning to her dorm in May 1996 after party near Cal Poly campus in San Luis Obispo
Body of 29 year old, who'd been shot, was found in burned car outside St. Louis, police say
Elk with a tire swing wrapped around its antlers luckily turned up at the right house for help
Comedian Bill Cosby was back in court Tuesday. A judge set a tentative trial date for June 5, 2017. CBSN's Elaine Quijano has more.
Hillary Clinton slammed Donald Trump on Tuesday over his comments on veterans. Trump fired back saying Clinton is the one who is poorly serving veterans. Washington Post reporter, Ed O'Keefe joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano with the latest.
The parent company of Fox News, 21st Century Fox, has settled a lawsuit with former TV anchor Gretchen Carlson. The company also agreed to pay $20 million over sexual harassment claims. NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik joins CBSN with more.
More than one in seven American kids gets diagnosed with ADHD. Alan Schwarz, author of the book "ADHD Nation" joins CBSN with more on the history of the disorder and its current role.
Move applies to nine of the 14 distinct populations of humpback whales; feds say numbers have recovered through international efforts to protect the giant mammals
A new report conducted by the Trust for America's Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation ranks state-by-state obesity rates in the United States, and the results are pretty grim.
Authorities in North Carolina say the man later posted a video to Facebook admitting to also shooting and critically wounding his ex-wife
Connecticut authorities can forcibly administer medicine to mentally ill doctor charged in murder of a Yale University physician so he can be competent to stand trial, court ruled
They mystery behind the disappearance of 11-year-old Jacob Wetterling has been solved 27 years later. In a plea bargain, Danny Heinrich admitted to assaulting and killing Wetterling while he pleaded guilty to unrelated federal child pornography charges. Jamie Yuccas reports.
The touch-up job inside the U.S. Capitol dome is now complete. The great rotunda reopened Tuesday after a 13-month, $97-million renovation. Scott Pelley reports.
National polls show the race is still tight. However, the election is not decided by the popular vote, but by the state-by-state battle for 270 electoral votes. CBS News elections director Anthony Salvanto breaks down the vote.