Hillary Clinton campaigned Monday in New Hampshire with Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who blasted Trump for his recent comments labeling Clinton a "nasty woman." As Clinton pulls away from Trump, she is shifting some of her focus to help Democrats win control of the Senate. Nancy Cordes reports.
Dozens of large wildfires are burning in the west Sunday, including several in California. To the surprise of many, about 20 percent of California's fire crews are inmates. The crews of incarcerated firefighters are part of a special program that allows certain inmates to join the battle against the massive blazes. Chris Martinez has more on the firefighting inmates.
AT&T shook up the media landscape this weekend by announcing it is buying Time Warner for more than $85 billion. The chief partners in the deal still need to clear some hurdles before the deal is confirmed, but there are already some unlikely political allies who are questioning whether it should go through. Tony Dokoupil reports on the blockbuster deal.
Several people were killed in a California wreck involving a tour bus and a semi-truck Sunday. The bus was returning from a casino trip when the driver rear ended a big rig. Dozens more were injured in the collision, which required firefighters to use chainsaws to free bus passengers. Mireya Villarreal has more.