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The presidential candidates go straight back to the campaign trail after Monday night's debate. Hillary Clinton heads to North Carolina, while Donald Trump will be in Florida. But the campaigns couldn't leave without talking about the debate. Nancy Cordes reports.
Like so many other moments in the unpredictable 2016 campaign, the first presidential debate defied conventional patterns. Donald Trump declared himself the winner, but those in his inner circle worried Hillary Clinton scored more points than they anticipated. Major Garrett reports.
Miami Marlins ace killed in a boating accident was at the American Social Bar and Kitchen, the restaurant confirmed
Police: Bodies thought to be those of 7- and 6-year-olds discovered in car described in the alert; man's body may also be connected to case
Who won the debate? It depends who you ask, but we can tell you who was telling fibs, and when, and we look at bad cops who keep finding new jobs
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton clash over ISIS, taxes and who is more fit to be president. Also, a fast-moving wildfire in the West threatens homes. 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.
Jury in South Dakota finds Russell Bertram, 64, guilty of killing 26-year-old Leonila Stickney in 2009 to collect over $900,000 insurance money
Problem officers who leave one department are then hired by different departments across the country, often because of a lack of oversight
Also want more video released from fatal police shooting of black motorist Kevin Lamont Scott
The first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump covered a wide range of topics, from jobs and taxes to the war on ISIS to race relations. Scott Pelley and the CBS News politics team break down the debate and provide analysis.
CBS News contributor and pollster Frank Luntz spoke with undecided Pennsylvania voters after Monday night’s presidential debate on who they think won
Fire crews continue to battle a blaze burning close to a massive geothermal power producing facility in California's Sonoma County
Two men arrested in the killings of a California couple were friends with the victims’ teenage daughter and all attended “furry” events where some participants dress up in animal costumes
9/26: Hillary Clinton studying hard for crucial first debate; Bonding moment between former president Bush and Michelle Obama
Hillary Clinton's poll numbers peaked in mid-August, with Donald Trump gaining ever since; An image of First Lady Michelle Obama embracing former president George W. Bush at the opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture on Saturday soon went viral
CBS News contributor and pollster Frank Luntz spoke with 27 undecided Pennsylvania voters ahead of the Monday night’s presidential debate
Monday night's first presidential debate has sparked immense interest, prompting bars and theaters around the country to host debate watch parties. Scott Pelley reports.
An image of First Lady Michelle Obama embracing former president George W. Bush at the opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture on Saturday soon went viral. It also raised the question: Even with an election soaked in rancor are these the early signs of Democrats and Republicans getting along? Scott Pelley reports.
Legendary golfer Arnold Palmer died Sunday at the age of 87. President Obama remembered him as "the American Dream come to life." Jim Axelrod reports on the famed golfer's life and career.
Miami Marlins players wore the Number 16 jersey Sunday night in memory of their star pitcher, Jose Fernandez, after he was killed in a boating accident. Fernandez made a remarkable journey to the big leagues, having fled from Cuba with his family in 2008. David Begnaud reports.
The FBI released a report saying violent crime went up by about four percent in 2015. Murders and manslaughters jumped by nearly 11 percent. Jeff Pegues reports.