At least 2 dead, as many as 16 hurt in shooting in Florida nightclub parking lot; victims range in age from 12 to 27
A lone gunman, angry about the fatal police shootings of black men, opened fire on Dallas officers as they guarded a peaceful demonstration
"Just because our skin colors are black and white doesn't mean we can't speak gray"
Patrick Zamarripa was a Navy veteran of the Iraq war, a weapons expert, husband and father
Initially it was believed there were multiple gunmen in Dallas Thursday night. But now it seems the attack was carried out by one man: a 25-year old Army Reserve veteran. Jeff Pegues has more on the shooter.
Injured mother of four was thinking only of her sons as gunmen attacked Dallas protest, sister says
In difficult times, people are uniting on social media
Many Americans are searching for a way to cope and spark change in policing; CBS News spoke with some of them
It's the sort of timeline in which nobody wins, as deadly shootings by police turns to deadly shootings of police
June 17 marks one year since nine people were gunned down inside South Carolina church -- and five days since 49 more were killed in Orlando
A 26-year-old woman from Kansas apparently disappeared after her sixth jump of the day in Cushing, Oklahoma
Officials say the officer called for help over his radio shortly before 1:30 a.m. on Monday; multiple suspects still at large
Fueled by boiling temperatures, the Sand Fire erupts near Santa Clarita, Calif., claiming at least one life and forcing thousands to evacuate
Gunfire rings out in parking lot of Fla. club that hosted teen party; did GOP convention help Trump?; Has running mate choice aided Clinton?
On the eve of the Democratic National Convention, a visit to a city that's in the history-making business
The fire is only 10 percent contained, and temperatures could hit 100 degrees later
For the first time in its 36-year history, a Hemingway has won a competition seeking the man who most looks like literary giant Ernest Hemingway
Dallas Cowboys spokesman says the bus had staff members on board; staff suffered "bumps and bruises"
Fire that has destroyed at least 18 homes in northern Los Angeles County gained ferocious new power two days after it broke out
Americans in 26 states are struggling with heat warnings and advisories as near triple-digit temperatures smother states from New York to California
Line of severe storms, with strong winds and torrential rainfall, swept into Chicago on Sunday evening
One unidentified 3-year-old boy was also killed in the shooting at a Texas apartment complex over the weekend
Thousands took to Philadelphia's sweltering streets, cheering, chanting and beating drums in the first major protests ahead of the DNC
Within the last two weeks SWAT teams, hostage rescue units and counter sniper teams have tested their tactical response plan
Authorities say the death of the little girl apparently was an accident, although negligence may have been involved
Officials say so-far anonymous caller has cost the Coast Guard about $500,000 with his repeated fake distress calls
Senior Sam Foltz from Nebraska and former starter Mike Sadler from Michigan State were working at a football camp in Wisconsin