Bomb squad called to "suspicious" vehicle not far from U.S. Capitol building
Authorities say an area west of the Capitol were closed while the vehicle was secured
Parts of Sapula and Creek County remain underwater as Oklahoma struggles with a massive rainfall that left a firefighter engaged in rescue operations dead. Around the clock rescues continue as first responders help people trapped in homes. Allison Harris reports.
Memorial Day weekend is always a busy time for the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial in Washington D.C., which receives over 4 million visitors a year. But as Danielle Nottingham reports, there's an exact half-size replica of the wall that's been traveling the country for 30 years.
In just 24 hours, some parts of The Lone Star State have seen more than 10 inches of rain. As Omar Villafranca reports, the storms have damaged more than 1,000 homes.
Hundreds protested the acquittal of Cleveland Police Officer Michael Brelo, who fatally shot two unarmed African Americans while on duty. Jericka Duncan reports that, despite the crowds, there was no looting, fires, or dangerous violence.
The notable yet troubled mathematician was killed along with his wife Alicia in a car crash on the New Jersey Turnpike. Nash was a Nobel Prize winner and the inspiration for the 2001 film "A Beautiful Mind." Mark Albert reports.
A proposed policy would stop school districts in the state from using certain types of restraints
Authorities say early efforts have resulted in less than seven square miles burning despite arid weather
Tornado touches down in Houston as storm system that also led to Oklahoma firefighter's death pounds region
Fifteen years after his first victory, Juan Pablo Montoya bested his Penske teammates to win the race
Heather Hironimus spent nine nights behind bars after changing her mind in battle with son's father over having kid circumcised
Recently retired "Late Show" host has face plastered on his IndyCar team's ride, jokes that "the highlight of my career" is also "regrettable"
We leave you this morning in Glacier National Park in Montana, by the rushing waters of Avalanche Gorge.
Police say famed Princeton mathematician and his wife of 60 years were killed in a taxi crash on the New Jersey Turnpike
From Memorial Day on Monday to the final round of the Scripps National Spelling Bee, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at the week ahead. Charles Osgood reports.
Incident in city's Central City neighborhood still under investigation; officer worked for the Housing Authority of New Orleans
Michael Swaine has a 15-year mission to mend the Tenderloin district in downtown San Francisco. Once a month, this college art teacher sets up a sewing machine on the sidewalk and, stitch by stitch, repairs the fabric of his community, all for free. Steve Hartman reports.
The action film star loves riding motorcycles so much he co-founded Arch Motorcycle Company, which designs and custom-builds high-end models. Tracy Smith reports on Keanu Reeves' road to success, and how he's enjoying the ride.
Protesters say many of the 170 arrested over deadly shootout were just in the wrong place at the wrong time; biker "Bear" Kirschner Jr. buried