Law enforcement officials say Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi were well-armed when they opened fire in Garland, Texas; and with just a bucket of paint and some humans as his canvas, Johannes Stoetter can make you think you're looking at frog or a chameleon.
Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee has officially joined the race for the Republican nomination for president. During his announcement Huckabee called Washington "dysfunctional" and criticized President Barack Obama. Nancy Cordes reports on the widening GOP field.
Hillary Clinton's campaign released a video Tuesday in an attempt to push back against the litany of distractions hanging over Clinton's presidential bid. As Julianna Goldman reports, the campaign has been the subject of questions ranging from charity donations to Clinton's use of private emails.
"This is the biggest loss since Steve Jobs," said Marc Benioff, a friend of the late David Goldberg. Goldberg, the CEO of SurveyMonkey and husband of Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, died Friday after slipping on a treadmill. Elaine Quijano reports on the memorial service held for Goldberg at Stanford University.
The newest member of the royal family has a name: Charlotte Elizabeth Diana. Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, gave birth to the baby princess on Saturday, sparking fanfare across the world. As CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports, the baby's name was a hit among the public.
The death toll in the devastating Nepal earthquake is now over 7,200. U.S. military aircraft arrived Sunday, including four Ospreys which will begin relief flights tomorrow. Many villages have not received aid more than a week after the quake. Seth Doane reports from Katmandu.