Charlie Rose's "60 Minutes" interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin was nominated Thursday for an Emmy Award. That interview landed one of 37 Emmy nominations for CBS News. Charlie was also named the winner of the Paul White Award by the Radio Television Digital News Association for his lifetime of service to electronic journalism.
Millions of vacationers are enjoying awe-inspiring scenery this summer at popular parks across the country. But if you want to avoid the crowds and satisfy your inner explorer, take a look at one of the least-visited gems, Isle Royale National Park. John Blackstone reports on the park in the middle of Lake Superior in Michigan.
Donald Trump's acceptance speech for the Republican Party's nomination lasted one hour and 15 minutes. Trump promised to fight for the American people and make the country better than the grim picture he painted of it now. Major Garrett reports on the speech and how it compares to Republican acceptance speeches of past years.
Dangerous heat and humidity will scorch several areas of the country, as temperatures in cities across the central and southern states could rise into the triple digits on Friday. Excessive heat alerts are posted in 21 states from coast to coast. Dean Reynolds reports on how Chicago is using green infrastructure to fight the extreme heat.