One suspect in custody, search on for any others; residents of area near shooting told to shelter in place
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 year and a half after taking up track and field, New York girls earn spot in Junior Olympic Games
Water leached lead from aging pipes, fixtures as it flowed into homes, businesses
Police investigating incident that led to boy being airlifted to Children's Hospital in Boston
F/A-18C goes down during a training mission in the vicinity of Twentynine Palms, about 140 miles east of Los Angeles
Camping industry is offering a bigger tent to keep up with younger campers, with services like free Wi-Fi
Harvey Milk was first openly gay politician elected to office in California in 1977
Hillary Clinton writes new chapter in political history as a former U.S. attorney general offers a blunt assessment of Donald Trump's intelligence
FDA warning comes as officials try to confirm whether four Zika cases in the state are the first mosquito-borne transmissions in the continental U.S.
Some 35 beach-goers stung in one day in San Diego County
Republican nominee was quick to barrage Clinton with criticisms on the campaign trail and on Twitter amid her historic nomination
Police in Vermont say a car ended up almost vertical when the driver swerved quickly in response to her GPS ordering her to "turn around"
Officials say they found three children living in a shed in that had no electricity, no running water and a bucket containing human feces
About 50 police officers and their supporters upset about a Black Lives Matter banner rallied to try to pressure the mayor to remove it
Winning ticket was sold in Cambridge City, a town of 2,000 that's been abuzz since the lottery announced where the ticket sold
Charles Kinsey told reporters that Arnaldo Rios jumped from his bed and hugged him when he walked into his room for their private meeting
Blaze spanning 42 square miles has destroyed 34 homes, forced the evacuation of 350 properties and put at least 2,000 buildings at risk
In a booklet produced for women considering abortions, Texas is making claims the American Cancer Society strongly refutes