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CBS News political director and "Face the Nation" moderator John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Monday's upcoming presidential debate and Trump's praise for the controversial stop-and-frisk policing policy.
Donald Trump gets a boost over Hillary Clinton in three battleground states. Recent polls show Trump leads Clinton by five points in both North Carolina and Ohio. But in a four-way matchup with likely voters, Clinton is ahead with 43 percent to Trump's 37 percent. Major Garrett reports on how the two candidates reacted to recent police shootings.
Charlotte, North Carolina, is under a state of emergency after a second night of violence over the police killing of a black man. Hundreds of demonstrators flooded downtown Charlotte Wednesday night, damaging property, blocking a highway and attacking members of the media. One person was shot, but apparently not by police. David Begnaud reports.
Investigators say they're reviewing body camera and dashcam video of Tuesday's police shooting in Charlotte, North Carolina. Police say Keith Lamont Scott had a gun in his hand when an officer shot him. A new picture of the scene shows something at Scott's feet. People in the neighborhood say the father of seven was holding a book instead. Don Champion reports.
The wife of accused New York and New Jersey bomber Ahmad Rahami is reportedly in the United States. Asia Bibi Rahami apparently flew into New York Wednesday night from Dubai. She is not considered a suspect and has been cooperating with investigators. Newly-released pages from the suspect's journal suggests he was influenced by a variety of terrorist groups, including al Qaeda and Boko Haram. Jeff Pegues reports.
Charlotte erupts in anger for a 2nd night, with one person wounded by gunfire, and there's new info on the New York bombing suspect, and his wife
Charlotte, North Carolina, is under a state of emergency after a second night of violent protests over the police shooting of a black man. Police officers are injured, and one civilian was shot in the chaos. Also, a bloody journal recovered on the New York and New Jersey bombing suspect reveals a possible motive. 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.
Man who approached Kevin Johnson at charity event charged with assault; scuffle ensued when Johnson defended himself, aides say
Mia Farrow’s son, Thaddeus Wilk Farrow, died Wednesday at Danbury Hospital in Connecticut, where the 71-year-old actress lives
Jasmin Hernandez is suing the university for allegedly ignoring her claims that she was raped by a former player, who was later convicted
What began as a small effort to help out a Chicago man who sold frozen treats has resulted in a big payout for the 89-year-old
Erika Ballou, a deputy public defender, and other attorneys are expected to continue their protest in a Nevada court room
9/21: Charlotte, N.C., on edge in wake of fatal police shooting; Chicago teens switch places with police in public safety exercise
The shooting of Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Tuesday sparked a night of violence; a role-playing exercise used by police outside of Chicago is earning praise for its attempts to mend wounds within the community
Escondido, California police said they believe there are more victims after an 18-year-old woman came forward last week
Reports of one person shot during protests in Uptown; hundreds expected throughout the evening to protest shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott
Some ice cream distributed across the South recalled after chocolate chip cookie dough from a third-party supplier for use as an ingredient was potentially contaminated with listeria
Men ran away in July from secluded pot growing operation in the small Sierra Nevada mountain range town of West Point after overhearing they would be killed after the harvest, police say
FBI officials are asking for help in identifying two men that found a second bomb in New York City, taking the suitcase it was in and walking away. Officials say the men are witnesses, not suspects. Jeff Pegues has the details.
A role-playing exercise used by police outside of Chicago is earning praise for its attempts to mend wounds within the community. By switching place with teenagers, each group is given the chance to walk a mile in someone else's shoes. Jericka Duncan reports.