Trump blames Iran for oil tanker attacks; Middle school teacher takes in student battling kidney disease.
President Trump eyes re-election campaign as protesters rally for impeachment; Target, Walmart among 600 companies asking President Trump to end trade war with China.
A teenager said after he killed an elderly couple “it felt amazing.” Now a controversial new California law could set him free at 25. "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty investigates.
The outage lasted approximately two hours, according to the company
Special Agent Chris Campion describes what it means to be a psychopath – and says Daniel Marsh, who confessed to a double murder at age 15, is exactly that
When Sarah Rice heard about S.B. 1391, a proposed law that could potentially see her grandmother’s killer have his prison sentence drastically reduced, she jumped into action
Yolo County, Calif., Deputy D.A. Amanda Zambor tells “48 Hours”’ Erin Moriarty why she thinks convicted killer Daniel Marsh, who took the stand to plead for his freedom at age 21, has not changed.
Democrats are hoping to take the seat back, especially as President Trump's tariffs have hit the state hard
When an elderly couple was found brutally murdered in their bed – stabbed 128 times -- police faced the coldest killer they’d ever encountered … and he was just 15
Daniel Marsh, 15, who confessed to killing an elderly Davis County, Calif., couple in 2013 and who says he has fantasies about killing, tells FBI Special Agent Chris Campion how he would kill him.
Thorne alleged a hacker sent her her own photos as well as photos of other celebrities
Linda Collins-Smith's remains were found outside her home in Pocahontas, Arkansas
A couple has filed a $10 million lawsuit against the Phoenix Police Department alleging civil rights violations and police brutality after an officer allegedly pulled their guns on the family
Texas burger chain Whataburger sold its majority stake to a Chicago investment firm on Friday. The once family-controlled chain says the deal with BDT Capital Partners is meant to help Whataburger expand.
Texans defensive end JJ Watt suggested "we all chip in and buy Whataburger back"
Lawmakers in Washington grappled this week with how to prevent what are known as deep fake videos. These manipulated images, which appear authentic at first glance, can pose a very real national security threat. Chief National Security correspondent Jeff Pegues reports.
A judge in the Dominican Republic is ordering suspects in the shooting of baseball legend David Ortiz to be held for up to a year as the investigation proceeds. Prosecutors say their case is already at an advanced stage. Mola Lenghi reports.
In New York, the NYPD is a police force shaken by suicide. The death of an officer yesterday is the third suspected suicide in just 10 days. It's a growing problem — not just in New York — but nationwide. Kenneth Craig reports.
Walmart and Target are among 600 companies that sent President Trump a letter this week asking him to end the U.S-China trade war. They worry higher prices on Chinese goods will hurt profits, but as Janet Shamlian reports, others say tariffs are actually good for business.
Target experienced a nationwide cash register outage on Saturday, leaving customers waiting in long lines. Some abandoned their carts and baskets altogether. Registers have since been restored and Target does not believe the outage was caused by hacking.
Donald Trump is getting ready to kick off his re-election campaign as protesters call for his impeachment. Critics want Congress to intervene days to keep the president from finishing his term. Nicole Killian reports.
Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are calling for decisive action to protect energy supplies after two oil tankers were attacked this week in the Gulf of Oman. President Trump says Iran is to blame. Charlie D'Agata reports.
One person was killed Friday night at a Southern California Costco when an off-duty police officer opened fire after an argument. Shoppers ran for their lives. Carter Evans reports.
At least 11 people were killed and 25 wounded Saturday in Mogadishu. The terrorist group Al-Shabab claimed responsibility for the pair of explosions in Somalia's capital. One car bomb went off near the presidential palace. A second blast near the city's airport killed only the driver and an accomplice.
So far this year, 93 officers nationwide have taken their own life — already on track to exceed 2018
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News."
Buttigieg condemned President Trump for saying this week that he would accept election help from foreign actors
Despite a 10-year economic expansion and an 18% rise in the cost of living, the U.S. base pay hasn't budged since 2009
The elephant population has rebounded from fewer than 2,000 last year to approximately 4,000
Nearly half of Greenland's ice sheet began melting this week after an unprecedented warm spell hit the Arctic region. Temperatures climbed more than 40 degrees above average, causing an estimated 2 billion tons of ice loss. Ted Scambos, senior research scientist at the University of Colorado at Boulder's Earth Science Observation Center, joined CBSN to discuss.
The agency released a memo Friday supporting the Treasury Department's position that Congress is not entitled to see President Trump's tax returns, alleging Congress exceeded its authority in its request
The airport temporarily stopped accepting arrivals and departures on Saturday
Tom Homan said that President Trump's announcement that he would be border czar was "premature"
A United Airlines flight skidded off the runway Saturday afternoon at Newark Airport in New Jersey. The plane was arriving from Denver and got stuck in a grassy area near the tarmac after landing.
Carrie Lam, Hong Kong's chief executive, said the government was backing down on the bill
Organizers became concerned when the swimmer failed to resurface after going underwater Friday
Former Teen Vogue editor Elaine Welteroth is known for breaking barriers, rising through the ranks of the fashion and beauty industries. Now she's out with a new memoir, titled "More Than Enough: Claiming Space for Who You Are (No Matter What They Say)." CBSN anchor, Vladimir Duthiers sat down with her to talk about her journey.
A look at the features for this week's broadcast of the Emmy-winning Sunday morning news program
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, a Democratic presidential candidate, spoke with Face the Nation moderator Margaret Brennan in a wide-ranging interview.
"I'm supposed to be going on in," Staples said. "But I'm coming on out"
The gunfire sent shoppers racing for the exits and ducking for cover
Soul and gospel legend Mavis Staples has already won multiple Grammys. But she's not resting on her laurels: she's taking on tribute concerts, a tour, and a brand new album. Staples performs three songs off the new album, "We Get By."
A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity
Every year, more than 8 million tons of plastic enter our oceans
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam has suspended debate on a proposed bill that would allow those accused of any crimes to be extradited to mainland China. CBS News correspondent Ramy Inocencio is in Hong Kong with the latest.
The Alabama legislature recently passed a near ban on all abortions, provoking outrage from abortion rights activists
Octavio and Omar Viramontes graduated from Harvard and UCLA Medical school, respectively, just one day apart
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