In a 1999 interview with "60 Minutes," Donald Trump was asked whether it was a positive or a negative to have a beautiful woman at his side. He had a surprising take on the question.
Officer Montrell Jackson "loved his family, loved was he was doing, he wanted to be a police man," his uncle told CBS News
Deputy Brad Garafola was attempting to help a wounded officer when he was killed by the gunman in Sunday's Baton Rouge police ambush, officials say
New documents show the gunman who killed 49 patrons at a Florida nightclub was repeatedly taunted for his religion
Ballwin police chief says the officer is paralyzed from the neck down due to "catastrophic damage to his spinal cord"
Bill earlier this year has been criticized in Indiana as limiting public access to police footage, and forced some departments to drop their programs
We are learning more about the gunman who killed three Baton Rouge police officers in an ambush Sunday. CBS News correspondent David Begnaud joins CBSN with the latest details from Baton Rouge.
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Nate Ebnber, a Patriots safety, will play rugby for USA in Rio; former Lions RB Jahvid Best lands on St. Lucia's Olympic track team
Even the greatest of sports superstars has to retire eventually, and contributor Paul Mecurio thinks he's just seen one of the classiest examples yet of just how it should be done, thanks to five-time NBA champion and two-time league MVP Tim Duncan of the San Antonio Spurs.
Failed coup sends Turkish stocks south; telecom giant Softbank offers $32B for U.K. chipmaker. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
Protesters from across the political spectrum have descended on Cleveland for the Republican convention
The highest ranking Baltimore police officer implicated in a black man's police custody death was acquitted of all charges
Officials say cashier cited cops' uniforms for reasons she wouldn't serve them, and a customer agreed
For the first time in more than 50 years, Cleveland celebrated a pro sports championship. LeBron James and the Cavaliers beat the Golden State Warriors to capture the franchise's first title. Less than a month later, Cleveland is hosting the Republican convention. Dan Gilbert, the Cavaliers' majority owner and founder and chairman of Quicken Loans and Rock Ventures, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how this has impacted the city of Cleveland.
Shooter of La. cops declared himself a member of a movement that the FBI said in 2011 was "terrorist" in nature and a " threat to law enforcement"
As we kick off a week of Republican convention coverage from Cleveland, Ohio, Mo Rocca takes us around to unique sights and sounds of the city.
Louisiana state police say gunman Gavin Long who killed three law enforcement officers in Baton Rouge was "seeking out police." Brad Garafola, Matthew Gerald and Montrell Jackson were killed Sunday, and three other officers were wounded. Manuel Bojorquez reports on the victims of the attack.
Gavin Long, a former Marine with a good service record, was prepared for a deadly showdown near police headquarters, officials say