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After the roll call of the states at the DNC, Hillary Clinton became the Democratic candidate for president of the United States. She's the first woman to win a major party nomination, a milestone for America nearly a century after women won the right to vote. Nancy Cordes reports.
Some residents have been able to return home after firefighters made progress against a huge wildfire burning in the mountains north of Los Angeles. Other residents don't have a home to return to though. Mireya Villarreal has more.
Four children have died in the past week after they were left in cars during a massive heat wave. But there's new technology that may help parents avoid a horrible tragedy. Kris Van Cleave has more.
Intelligence and administration officials tell CBS News they believe the Russian government is behind the DNC's email hack. They say it has the hallmarks of other cyber attacks launched by the Kremlin's intelligence service. Julianna Goldman reports.
Donald Trump took his message to a meeting of Veterans of Foreign Wars in Charlotte, North Carolina. The GOP arrived to enthusiastic veterans and applause to challenge the Democratic stategy. Major Garrett has more.
The American people have known countless first ladies, but was is the male spouse of a U.S. president called?
The mothers of Eric Garner, Michael Brown, Jordan Davis, Blair Holt, Hadiya Pendleton and Trayvon Martin take the DNC stage Tuesday night
One of California's two major wildfires threatened the scenic region at the height of the summer tourism season
A first-of-its-kind alarm system from General Motors alerts the driver at the end of any trip if the rear door was previously opened, reminding them to check the back seat
Using high-tech equipment, archaeologists were able to map where various buildings stood in the long-lost settlement
Officials say the apparently intoxicated brawling boaters drove right through a sailing race, ignoring pleas to stop
Chairman of the House Science Committee is pursuing records related to whether Exxon Mobil misled investors on climate change
Officials say the truck owner had plugged the truck's air conditioning into a hotel outlet, and a circuit breaker tripped while she was napping
Judge tosses tampering with government records charge against duo whose videos sparked a national debate
"The Daily Show" host discusses covering his first American political convention from the "inside" after coming from South Africa, and reacts to some of day one's highlights
62-year-old New York man got stuck in waist-deep mud and had to be rescued
Philadelphians are proud to tell it like it is. Whether they are talking politics or sports, they do it with a dialect that is distinctive to the region. Mo Rocca takes a look at the unique sounds of Philadelphia.
Amid the heat wave in parts of the U.S., there has been a spike in the number of kids who died after being left in hot cars. This past weekend, a 3-year-old died in an SUV parked outside a Dallas church. Kris Van Cleave shows how one carmaker's new technology could reduce the risk.
The FBI is investigating the hacking of the Democratic National Committee's emails. The agency is reportedly also trying to determine if aides and groups close to Hillary Clinton were targeted as well. Secretary of State John Kerry raised the issue with Russia's foreign minister, who scoffed at reports Moscow was behind the hack. Jan Crawford reports.
The Sand Fire has torn through neighborhoods north of Los Angeles at a rate of 10,000 acres a day