Orlando hospitals will not be charging victims of the Orlando nightclub shooting for their medical bills. CBSN's Tony Dokoupil has the details.
At a speech in Reno, Nevada, Hillary Clinton argued that Donald Trump's campaign was based on prejudice and paranoia as it has stoked far-right beliefs that white identity is under threat. See her full remarks here.
Public university in N.Y. says the title of a recent training session was chosen for its irony and the session -- about diversity -- wasn’t anti-white
Russian hacked into businesses, mostly pizza restaurants in Washington state, and stole millions of credit card numbers that he sold on underground internet forums, authorities say
Incident between Navy ships, Iranian boat marks escalation of encounters in Persian Gulf
While rallying supporters in New Hampshire, Donald Trump slammed Hillary Clinton and said her email controversy is like "Watergate all over again." The GOP nominee also defended himself against claims that he is racist. See his full remarks here.
Prosecutors are seeking a five-year prison term, arguing that a former Idaho National Guardsman falsified statements from fellow soldiers to obtain two awards
As the National Parks Service celebrates its centennial we take a look at vintage photos
Mother thanks “angels on Earth" for helping her toddler stand on his own
Two years ago, a 9-year-old girl accidentally shot and killed instructor Charles Vacca with an Uzi gun at an Arizona shooting range. Marc Lamber, representing the Vacca children who are suing the shooting range, tells CBS News why his clients are calling on lawmakers to pass a law that would prohibit children from possessing or firing assault weapons or machine guns. See the Vacca family's petition to lawmakers.
Two years ago, a 9-year-old girl accidentally shot and killed instructor Charles Vacca with an Uzi gun at a shooting range. Now his family is suing the gun range, operated by Bullets and Burgers, for wrongful death. Elizabeth Vacca, 17, and her brother, Christopher, 12, tell CBS News why they are calling on lawmakers to pass legislation in regards to assault weapons and children. See the Vacca family's petition to lawmakers.
Brazen, hours-long militant attack on American University of Afghanistan killed over a dozen people
Arizona shooting range instructor was accidentally killed by 9-year-old girl two years ago
Opioids are “one of our greatest public health threats and it’s one that we have to respond to with speed and with urgency,” says U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy
Go through a man's closet or dresser and you're likely to find items that are more about comfort and function than fashion. That's why a fiery debate erupted after a recent Wall Street Journal article suggested that men who wear cargo shorts are destined to sleep on the sofa. Jamie Wax reports.
A new survey of teenagers and parents finds that 60 percent of teen internet users have created online accounts that their folks don't know about. That's more than twice the percentage of parents who suspect their teens have secret accounts. Wired magazine contributor Mary H.K. Choi joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her latest article, "Like. Ghost. Flirt," and how she met with five teens across the country to learn how high schoolers actually use social media.
It turns out the next star over in our corner of the galaxy has a planet that looks a lot like ours. It is the closest potentially habitable world ever detected outside our solar system. Charlie D'Agata reports on why astronomers are so excited.
Surgeon General Vivek Murthy calls America's opioid epidemic the health crisis of our generation. It causes more than 1,000 emergency room visits and kills 78 people every day. This week, Dr. Murthy is taking the unprecedented step of mailing letters to the 2.3 million prescribers in America. First on "CBS This Morning," Dr. Murthy shows how he wants clinicians to help in the fight.
New York Times Magazine chief national correspondent Mark Leibovich joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Donald Trump's "alt-right" supporters and Hillary Clinton's upcoming speech that will address the movement.
Muhammad Dakhlalla was arrested with fiancee in 2015 for trying to join terror group