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The U.S. Women's National Team prepares to take on China at the quarterfinals of the Women’s World Cup. It's the first time the two countries will face each other in the competition since the 1999 final, when Brandi Chastain led the U.S. squad to victory with an iconic penalty kick. Chastain joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss Friday's match.
In a landmark decision, the Supreme Court ruled that gay Americans have the right to marry in all 50 states. Justice Anthony Kennedy joined the court's four liberal justices in the majority decision. Charlie Rose, Norah O'Donnell and Gayle King anchor this CBS News Special Report, with Jan Crawford, Bill Plante and Nancy Cordes reporting.
The attacker approached the firefighters at about 4 p.m. Wednesday as they were responding to a 911 call reporting an intoxicated man had become ill on the downtown platform
President expected to pay tribute to Rev. Clementa Pinckney and 8 parishioners who were slain at historic black church
Dozens killed after gunman opens fire on tourists in a Tunisian tourist resort town
More than 1,000 officers scouring forested region of cabins and summer camps near Canadian border for two convicted murderers
Trevor Moore's boat was located just off marina in south Florida but he was nowhere to be found
Gusty winds and drought conditions are fueling more flames in California's wildfires. New data shows the drought is designated as "extreme" or "exceptional" in more than 70 percent of California. That gives firefighters a new obstacle this year: searching for water. John Blackstone reports from Big Bear Lake.
Photos, stories and updates on the Supreme Court's ruling on gay marriage
Spanish-language TV network Univision says it will not carry the Miss USA beauty pagent because of controversial remarks made by presidential candidate Donald Trump about Mexican immigrants. Trump is a part-owner of the pageant and has threatened to sue. Elaine Quijano reports.
As the manhunt enters its 21st day, more than 1,100 law enforcement officers are searching for Richard Matt and David Sweat, murderers who escaped from a New York prison. The search is centered on a 75-square-mile area west of the Clinton Correctional Facility. Anna Werner reports from Malone, New York.
Supreme Court justices upheld a provision in President Obama's health care reform law, giving middle and low-income Americans financial aid to buy insurance even in states with no health exchange. It was an intellectual slugfest between Justice John Roberts and Justice Antonin Scalia, which some people never thought would have happened. Jan Crawford reports outside the court.
An attack on a gas factory near the eastern city of Lyon left at least one person dead
The funeral for state Sen. Clementa Pinckney, the pastor of Emanuel AME Church, begins Friday morning. He and eight others were killed in last week's mass shooting at the historic black church. Hundreds of people gathered Thursday to say goodbye to victims Ethel Lance and Sharonda Coleman-Singleton. Michelle Miller reports outside the TD Arena in Charleston, where President Obama will give a eulogy for Pinckney.
Federal investigators are making their way to the site of a plane crash in Alaska where nine people were killed. They were on a sightseeing tour in Ketchikan, about 800 miles southeast of Anchorage. Kris Van Cleave reports on how one rescuer reached the crash scene.
France has been hit by another apparent terror attack, and the historic drought in California is making firefighters' efforts more difficult in more ways than one
Just as it's made the landscape more flammable, it's also dried up many of the water sources firefighters depend on to do their job
At least 15 people involved, police say; vehicle cargo fire believed to have started the accident
Bad weather delayed recovery of bodies from cliff 800 feet up; passengers were on excursion from cruise liner
The California Screamin' roller coaster at Disney's California Adventure theme park was abruptly stopped after a rider tried to use a selfie stick. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers has more on the selfish selfie.