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Thousands gathered Friday at the funeral for Rev. Clementa Pinckney, who was killed during the massacre at Emanuel AME church
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The site identitytheft.gov offers a step-by-step plan that shows people how to contact creditors, issue a fraud alert and file a police report if their identity has been stolen. Julie Watts reports.
Catholic leaders issue responses to Supreme Court's reversal of bans on same-sex marriages
Rev. Clementa Pinckney was eulogized by President Obama in during a funeral service in Charleston, S.C. Pinckney was one of nine churchgoers gunned down last week.
Hot pursuit continues near Canadian border for convict David Sweat, who escaped with Matt from a New York prison nearly three weeks ago
Law enforcement source tells CBS News one of the two convicts who escaped from a New York prison nearly three weeks ago was shot dead Friday
In case of man arrested for spanking his daughter near a bus station, justices describe "reasonable" parental force
While eulogizing Rev. Clementa Pinckney, Obama led the church in singing "Amazing Grace." The hymn was directed at the grace that Pinckney showed through his life and work.
States with same-sex marriage bans start issuing marriage licenses, but some officials keep couple waiting
A sightseeing plane crashed and killed 9 people in southeast Alaska on Thursday
Department of Homeland Security is encouraging law enforcement "to be vigilant and prepared" ahead of the holiday
A shark reportedly attacked a middle-aged man in Avon; severity of injuries unclear
New policy follows latest incident of person whipping out the stick to take picture during roller-coaster ride
New legislation has been proposed that would require gender-neutral restrooms in some businesses
Crowds of people gathered outside of the Supreme Court cheered and embraced when they heard the court's landmark decision.
Greg Bourke and Michael DeLeon, plaintiffs in the marriage-equality case Bourke v. Beshear, were at the Supreme Court when it decided to overturn bans on same-sex marriage. They discussed the landmark ruling with CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and David Begnaud.
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