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Federal prosecutors say Hastert agreed to pay $3.5 million to an individual he victimized more than 30 years ago—and lied about those payments to the FBI. This dates back to when Hastert taught and coached high school wrestling, before he was elected to Congress. Mark Albert joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” from Washington to discuss the scandal.
A twister tore through Hawthorne, Nevada, about 140 miles southeast of Reno. Some homes and businesses were damaged, and electricity was knocked out for a time. Meteorologist Ed Curran joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” from WBBM- TV with the latest on the national weather picture.
A woman is fighting for her life after a freak accident at last night’s Red Sox game. In the second inning, the bat of Oakland’s Brett Lawrie shattered, and pieces flew into the stands. The woman sitting in the first few rows behind the on-deck circle was struck in the head. Anthony Mason reports.
Multiple tornadoes avoided major damage, but the areas are still drying from weeks of rain. Adrianna Diaz reports from Berthoud, Colorado with the latest developments.
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A woman was hit with piece of broken bat in the stands. And, tornadoes slam Colorado. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
Fan rushed to hospital after being struck in the face when broken baseball bat flies into the stands during Red Sox-A's game
Job recruiters are spending more time on social networking sites to find job candidates, according to a survey. Jill Schlesinger reports on how the unemployed can navigate the online landscape to land a job.
The fawn named Dragon was rejected by its mother, but is finding love elsewhere
An office building in Las Cruces, New Mexico, has come up with a way to give people a chance to relax. They've set up a library-style system where people can sign out kittens. Steve Hartman reports.
CBS News has learned the FBI has interviewed up to three potential victims in connection with former House Speaker Dennis Hastert's alleged sexual misconduct. Hastert was allegedly paying large sums of money to cover up prior misconduct during his time as a teacher and wrestling coach in Yorkville, Illinois. Dean Reynolds reports.
Rainey was accused of lying when estimating the amount of oil spewing into the Gulf following the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill
Tornadoes, rain, and heavy hail hit parts of Colorado Thursday night. Residents spent most of Friday cleaning up from the damage under the threat of more severe weather. Adriana Diaz reports.
Hackers stole personal information from more than 4 million current and former federal employees
Pilot reported seeing drone while on final approach to Dallas airport
Woman caught on surveillance video got into a liquor store office in suburban Chicago, had a close encounter with an employee, then stashed some cash and flashed a grin
Much of state, including Denver area, under tornado warning after twisters destroy homes, several feel of hail fall
Leslie M. Wright of Frankfort admitted in court of receiving bribes to allow barrels of bourbon to be stolen
Star Wars-inspired hologram technology will soon be available for anyone. A West Palm Beach company can turn you into a 3D optical illusion. Kathleen Walter of WPEC-TV reports.
Officials with a Lutheran church in Southern California estimate up to 2,000 gallons of water was released inside by seemingly young perpetrators