Hillary Clinton's campaign is announcing they are reserving $80 million worth of TV advertising time in battleground states this fall. It's an attempt to swamp Donald Trump's message with money he may not be able to match. Nancy Cordes reports.
President Obama will visit flood-ravaged Louisiana on Tuesday. The disaster has killed at least 13 people and damaged around 60,000 homes. Manuel Bojorquez reports from Denham Springs where many are monitoring the government's response to the natural disaster.
La. Gov. Edwards said people around the U.S. are just starting to pay attention to the extent of flooding that killed at least 13 people
Around 360,000 students return to school Monday in a Florida county struggling with concerns over Zika. State officials have identified a second Zika transmission zone in Miami-Dade County. The statewide total of local mosquito-borne cases is 36. David Begnaud reports.
Is Donald Trump wavering on his promise to deport 11 million undocumented immigrants? Also, the Rio Olympics come to a colorful close with a record haul of medals for Team USA. 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.
Amid questions over his purported plan to deport immigrants, we look at Trump's prospects of losing a generally reliably-red state to Clinton
For many passengers, luxury liners are like a second home, but for 88-year-old Lee Wachstetter the cruise ship Crystal Serenity is her ONLY home
With the Olympic flame now extinguished in Rio, the competition to host the 2024 Games is heating up
More than 1,000 residents of public housing complex wonder how long officials knew as they scramble for new accommodations
one point they affected 82,000 people as blaze destroyed hundreds of homes and other buildings; another wildfire forces Heart Castle to close
Several injured when woman hits gas instead of brakes after leaving concert
Family friend spending night in Alayna Ertl's home allegedly kidnapped and killed her
As the Summer Olympics close in Rio, athletes from 176 countries are gearing up for the Paralympics; With less than three months until the general election, a new CBS News Battleground Tracker poll shows Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump in key battleground states.
The world's longest aircraft took flight this past week in England. The helium-filled Airlander 10 is more than 300 feet long, and nearly 50 feet longer than the biggest passenger planes. Jonathan Vigliotti has more on the unusual airship.
As the Summer Olympics close in Rio, athletes from 176 countries are gearing up for the Paralympics. Those games begin in two weeks. Jamie Yuccas has the story of an American Paralympian who is inspiring the next generation.
About 7,600 kids are attending school inside the so-called “Zika zones” in South Florida, and officials are handing out bug spray
In California, more than 10,000 firefighters spent the weekend trying to put out six large wildfires. In just one week, these fires fueled by 100 degree temperatures, strong winds and years of drought, destroyed nearly 100,000 acres. Mireya Villareal has a report.
Severe thunderstorms moved thru the Deep South sunday, hindering the massive recovery operations following historic floods. Last week, at least 13 people were killed and 60,000 homes were damaged. Manuel Bojorquez has a report on the latest developments.
Monday is the first day of school across Miami, where there are growing concerns about the Zika virus. Health officials are monitoring two so-called Zika zones in southern Florida. So far 36 people in the area have been infected. David Begnaud has a report.
Donald Trump kicked off the weekend with a major shake up within his campaign. Paul Manafort, his campaign manager abruptly resigned from his post. Trump continued to make headlines over the weekend with his remarks directed at African American voters. Errol Barnett has a report.