Hot air balloon catches fire, crashes in Texas, causing what authorities describe as a "significant loss of life"
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
14-year-old charged with trying to kill her brother's girlfriend so he would "come back to the family"
Investigators have yet to determine if the shooting was a targeted, premeditated attack against law enforcement
Measure moving through California legislature would potentially expose schools to civil rights lawsuits from students and employees
FBI says 59-year-old, recently released from jail, suffered on the streets; after pulling heist, she gave away money and waited for cops
From bonsai plant treehouses to dollhouses, miniatures have captured people's imaginations for centuries
Hot air balloon catches fire, crashes in Central Texas, causing what authorities describe as a "significant loss of life"
Officials say off-duty Indianapolis police officer shot detective investigating reported domestic violence incident involving officer
The most compelling images from the week's news, July 22-29, 2016
Gunman attacks gathering of young adults at suburban Seattle home before fleeing the scene, police say
An autopsy showed the victim, 64, died from mechanical asphyxiation during a struggle outside Wal-Mart
The National Association of Black Journalists called the comments "reprehensible": "An apology was not enough"
A military report provides graphic detail on what happened after Johnson allegedly stole a female soldier's panties
Judge finds laws were enacted to benefit Republicans and make it harder for Democratic supporters to vote
Steve Hartman reflects on helping his father move out of the home he built in 1955, and into an senior living home in Atlanta
Mass shooting took lives of 20 kids, 6 educators at Sandy Hook Elementary School in December 2012
The senior was discovered after she disappeared from her South Carolina nursing home
The former ballplayer's company moved to Mass. for a $75M state loan; it then went bankrupt, leaving taxpayers on the hook
Throwbacks from their days in the White House and on the road