In an all-new "48 Hours," Peter Van Sant investigates the death of Marjorie Nugent, shot dead by her beloved, constant companion, Bernie Tiede, a mortician 40 years her junior, the film the case inspired, starring Jack Black, and the latest twist that has thrust the story back into the headlines. Van Sant joins "CBS This Morning" with a preview.
An Associated Press investigation finds police databases have been used by some officers to obtain information that has nothing to do with daily police work. The findings show that some police run searches on romantic partners, business associates, journalists and family members. Don Dahler reports.
The head of a trauma center that saw dozens of patients from Thursday's New Jersey Transit train crash says quick action from bystanders and emergency personnel was crucial. All of the passengers on the train survived. The woman who was killed was hit by debris in the station. DeMarco Morgan reports from Hoboken, New Jersey.
Donald Trump is not letting go of the controversy surrounding his comments about a former Miss Universe. He lashed out on Twitter early Friday morning to attack Alicia Machado and her support of Hillary Clinton. His debate prep 2.0 also adds a very busy and brash political figure: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Major Garrett reports.
USA Today is breaking tradition and telling voters not to vote for GOP nominee Donald Trump. The paper does not endorse any candidate and has critical words for Hillary Clinton. With the election 39 days away, people in 11 early voting states are casting ballots. As part of a highly-orchestrated effort to run up Clinton's vote totals in the battleground state of Iowa, her supporters were escorted from her rally to the nearest polling place. Nancy Cordes reports.