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A deadlocked Supreme Court is reigniting a contentious election year debate. The court split 4-4 Thursday on President Obama's immigration plan to allow more than four million illegal immigrants to stay in the U.S. Jan Crawford reports on the political fallout.
From Mel Brooks' 90th birthday to World UFO Day, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead
Forty-four counties under state of emergency as thousands are without power after torrential rains
Stock markets have been bracing for the impact of a possible "Brexit," and this morning it hits with full force. Wall Street expects big losses when it opens in a few hours. Anthony Mason reports on the economic impact.
Ben Simmons went from Down Under to the top of the NBA draft, and a record number of international players followed
Britons shock world, and themselves, with decision to leave EU, and a year after Supreme Court's same-sex marriage ruling, how have views changed?
Blaze near Bakersfield in central California threatens more than 1,000 more, prompts mandatory evacuation of thousands of people
Home in Michigan for the first time in more than three months, Sebastien Bellin says his survival story has taught him to value the "little things"
Hundreds of people forced to evacuate from rural communities in Central California northeast of Bakersfield, fire officials say
6/23: Supreme Court deadlocks on Obama's immigration action; Marines admit man in iconic Iwo Jima photo was misidentified
A 4-4 Supreme Court deadlock on Thursday kept in place a lower court ruling, striking down the president's immigration plan; In February of 1945, Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal snapped the iconic photo of U.S. Marines raising a flag on Iwo Jima
Four-time NBA MVP is the latest big name to withdraw from Team USA, joining Stephen Curry, Russell Westbrook, Chris Paul and others
The governor of West Virginia has declared a state of emergency after torrential downpours and strong winds flooded towns and knocked out power to 40,000 customers. A child is missing after being swept away by the floodwaters.
In February of 1945, Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal snapped the iconic photo of U.S. Marines raising a flag on Iwo Jima. But he didn't have time to get the names of the men in it. That was left to the Marines, and it turns out they didn't get it right. David Martin reports.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety re-tested 7 small SUV's with overall top safety pick status to see how the passenger side would handle certain crashes. Turns out, only one vehicle earned a good ranking for both driver and front passenger protection. Kris Van Cleave reports.
About 40,000 households are without power as bands of strong thunderstorms pounded the state with heavy rains and whipping winds
On Wednesday, Democrats threatened to occupy the House floor indefinitely unless Republicans allowed votes on two gun measures. But in the middle of the night, Speaker Paul Ryan wrapped up House business and adjourned until July 5. Nancy Cordes has more.
A Baltimore judge ruled Thursday that prosecutors failed to prove Officer Caesar Goodwin Jr.'s actions led to Freddie Gray's death. Gray suffered fatal injuries while in police custody last year, including a severed spinal cord apparently while riding in a van Goodwin was driving. Jeff Pegues has more.
A 4-3 decision from the Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the use of race as a factor of acceptance at the University of Texas. Abigail Fisher brought the suit in 2008, arguing the university rejected her in favor of minority applicants with lower grades. Mark Strassmann has more.
A 4-4 Supreme Court deadlock on Thursday kept in place a lower court ruling, striking down the president's immigration plan. Had the plan been upheld, up to four million illegal immigrants with children in the United States legally would have been shielded from deportation. Jan Crawford has more.
A man once eyed in the 1996 murder of the child beauty queen is accused of uploading sexually explicit images of children to his e-mail account