Pastor Mark Burns, a surrogate and adviser to Donald Trump, called his tweet of a cartoon showing Hillary Clinton in blackface a mistake. Burns is involved in Trump's outreach to black voters. Major Garrett reports.
Cyber criminals gained access to election databases in Arizona and Illinois, according to the FBI. The information of about 90,000 Illinois voters was breached, and officials say hackers may have downloaded sensitive information like drivers license numbers and partial Social Security numbers. Jeff Pegues reports.
Hillary Clinton has spent much of the past two weeks out of the public eye, raising money in wealthy vacation spots like Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket and Cape Cod. Her increasing inaccessibility to the press has not gone unremarked upon by her opponent. Nancy Cordes reports.
The move would cap the speed of new large vehicles between 60 and 68 miles per hour
At least five people were injured, two of them seriously, when kayakers collided with a ferry on the Hudson River
Singer Chris Brown taunted police on social media from inside his home while they waited outside for a search warrant. The incident began when a woman told police he waved a gun in her face, reports Carter Evans.
Abu Muhammed al-Adnani, the chief spokesman and director of external operations for ISIS, was reportedly killed in an American airstrike Tuesday. Al-Adnani had called for lone-wolf attacks against Westerners. David Martin has more.
Parts of Florida's Gulf Coast are preparing for up to 10 inches of rain as a tropical depression is expected to turn into a tropical storm late Tuesday. More than 1,000 sandbags were loaded by residents in flood-prone areas. Omar Villafranca has more.
On Tuesday, Florida authorities released 911 call recordings from people who were inside the Pulse nightclub during the Orlando massacre. Fifty people were killed, including the shooter, Omar Mateen. Mark Strassmann reports.
Three Tennessee players were accused of raping a freshman teammate while participating in a holiday tournament
Powerful hurricane threatens to pass “dangerously close” to Hawaii, and a hurricane watch issued for parts of Florida’s Gulf Coast because of a tropical depression in the Gulf of Mexico
Each day, there are 90,000 flights around the world, carrying more than 8 million people, and the overwhelming majority of pilots in those cockpits are sober
Freia David has been serving customers french fries for 32 years at the Chestnut Street McDonald's in Needham, Massachusetts
Donald Trump's campaign has been under fire for seeming to backtrack on immigration policy and deportations. Now Trump is planning a major speech on the issue. Trump's campaign spokesperson Katrina Pierson joins CBSN with more on where he stands.
This 7-year-old dog is bringing smiles – and big, wet kisses – to clients at a Connecticut rape crisis center
According to the woman, a clerk insisted that only Muslim women are allowed to cover their hair when she was taking her driver's license photo
Donald Trump is refocusing on his campaign promise to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico. CBS News asked U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officers whether they think the wall would solve America's illegal immigration problem.
A "48 Hours" interview with the wife of a millionaire shot dead turns the case upside down. Is there more to the story of what happened? Peter Van Sant has the story Saturday, Sept. 3 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
A spokesman said the Agriculture Department received “several anonymous messages” late Monday that raised concerns about the safety of USDA personnel and facilities
Rescue organization suing university researchers cites one particularly "disturbing" study