A U.S. official says additional punishments against seven other sailors are under review and decisions will be announced next week
Orlando shooting investigation has been reviewing evidence collected from Omar Mateen's phone
"In the back of my mind I kept thinking, I can't show the sorrow that I have inside without first explaining to the world why I have that much sorrow"
Swift-moving floodwaters claim the lives of two boys, ages 8 and 4; flooding probably "the worst in 100 years"
A&G Capital's Hilary Kramer and the Brooking Institute's Tom Wright discuss the how the Brexit will impact the United Kingdom's economy.
91-year-old Pennsylvania man has for years lectured to school groups and others about what he said were his experiences at Auschwitz
The move comes just days before the first anniversary of the Supreme Court's decision legalizing same-sex marriage
CBS News' Steve Chaggaris breaks down the 2016 presidential candidates' response to the U.K. leaving the European Union
Man is asking officials to inspect a marina for code violations after he says an alligator killed his pit bull on a dimly lit dock
Both presumptive presidential nominees commented on the British vote to leave the European Union.
The senator faces an uphill battle for reelection this November
Powerful storms threaten West Virginia with new flooding. Devastating flood waters overnight killed at least two people, including an 8-year-old boy. Another child is missing. Kris Van Cleave reports from White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, where a state of emergency has been declared.
Drug companies are raising their prices of certain prescription medications, while fighting competitors' development of similar, potentially cheaper alternatives
Hamed Sinno, the lead singer of the Lebanese indie-pop/rock band Mashrou' Leila, champions LGBTQ rights through music
CBS News' Mark Phillips is in the United Kingdom with analysis of the country's vote to pull out of the European Union.
The most compelling images from the week's news June 18-23, 2016, including the Brexit referendum, summer solstice and Cavalier's victory
Orlando shooting Facebook comments land Florida assistant state's attorney in hot water
On Sunday a record crowd is expected at the NYC Pride march, the annual celebration of gay rights that began in 1970. But this year will bring solidarity and a tribute for the 49 people killed in a gay nightclub in Orlando. Josh Elliott reports on the increased police protection around the weekend's events.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Britain's decision to leave the European Union and the things Hillary Clinton would have to advocate for to get his endorsement.
Georgia Congressman John Lewis vows to battle on, after this week's historic Congressional sit-in over the gun control stalemate. The civil rights pioneer joined fellow Democrats in a 25-hour protest. But House Speaker Paul Ryan says it was nothing more than a stunt. Rep. Lewis joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss why he felt he had to "dramatize" the issue and make it "plain" for the American people to see.