Two people were injured and two may still be unaccounted for, according to town manager Justin Keller.
The list includes more than 700 entries from cases that largely span from 2000 to 2019.
Patricia Krenwinkel, now 74, wrote "Helter Skelter" on a wall using the blood of one of the cult's victims.
The two Major League Baseball teams announced their social media collaboration on Thursday, saying it was in response to the recent mass shootings in Buffalo and Uvalde.
Investigators said the evidence pointed to inaccurate and incomplete information, but did not amount to a federal criminal offense.
Gun rights organization, which holds its annual conference this weekend, is attracting renewed scrutiny after Uvalde massacre.
After its value plunged to less than a U.S. penny, the ruble is now trading 30% higher than before Russia attacked Ukraine. Why?
CBO's forecast suggests that inflation will slow from current annual levels of 8.3%, yet it would still be dramatically above a long-term baseline of 2.3%.
Guaranteed income programs are sprouting up around the U.S. One mayor calls them "a form of economic resilience."
Even though consumers and businesses kept spending, a trade imbalance pushed down the economy between January and March.
The vote in the 15-member Security Council was 13-2 and marked a first serious division among the five veto-wielding permanent members of the U.N.'s most powerful body.
President Biden's appointees have said the rule will allow the U.S. to more quickly grant asylum to those fleeing persecution, while rapidly deporting migrants who don't qualify.
"We're going to work throughout the weekend, and all through next week to see if we can find some common ground," said Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy.
CBS News projects Kemp will win the nomination, easily defeating Trump-backed Perdue.
Clinical health psychologist Dr. Natalie Datillo explains how patients can make connections to reduce pain and increase mobility.
The moves come in the midst of a surge of COVID hospitalizations among the oldest Americans.
Karin Price, chief of psychology at Texas Children's Hospital, joins “CBS Mornings” with guidance on processing trauma and grief after the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. She plans on leading a trauma response team that will offer support to the Uvalde community.
Two of Oklahoma's four abortion clinics already stopped providing abortions after the governor signed a six-week ban earlier this month.
Another massive shipment of hypoallergenic baby formula arrived in the U.S. and could be shipped as early as this weekend to retailers, hospitals and families in need. The Food and Drug Administration appointed an independent investigator to look into delays that led to the shortage of formula.
Ukraine's defense ministry says "Ukraine is ready to strike back" — but can only do so it gets NATO-style multiple launch rocket systems.
People in Britain, Australia and New Zealand are yet again struggling to comprehend why America's lawmakers appear unmoved by a massacre of innocents.
Indonesia faces an ongoing battle against wildlife crime and several elephant poisoning cases have been reported in recent years.
Actor Ray Liotta died unexpectedly in the Dominican Republic, where he was filming a movie. The "Goodfellas" star was 67. Jamie Yuccas has more.
The band announced Fletcher's passing via Twitter on Thursday.
Liotta was 67 and is best known for his role as Henry Hill in the Scorsese mob classic "Goodfellas."
Depp is suing Heard for libel over a 2018 op-ed she wrote describing herself as "a public figure representing domestic abuse."
Actor Jesse Williams joins "CBS Mornings" to talk about his Tony-nominated Broadway debut in "Take Me Out." He discusses the vulnerabilities of this new role, including performing nude.
IPhone maker is lifting its minimum wage for store employees to $22 per hour, according to a report.
News alleviates investor doubts over billionaire's resolve, sending Twitter stocks up 5.5% in after-hours trading.
Feds allege the social media service cited security reasons in asking for phone numbers and emails, but used the info for ads.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott says the school shooting suspect posted several messages about his plans on Facebook minutes before the attack. The company says they were private chat messages. CBS News tech reporter Dan Patterson has the latest on that part of the investigation.
Nate Burleson sits down with kids to discuss the affects of cell phones and social media on their growth and development. They address the pressures of having a cell phone at an early age.
Some sang "We will, we will stop you!" to the tune of Queen's 1977 rock anthem "We will rock you." Some glued themselves to their seats.
No non-American has ever touched down on the lunar surface, and Japan has previously said it hopes to achieve a Moon landing by the end of this decade.
The Carcinus maenas — or "raving mad crab" — preys on juvenile clams, out-competes native crab species and wreaks havoc on marine ecosystems.
The ocean is more acidic than it's been in 26,000 years and hotter than ever as greenhouse gases continue to flood the atmosphere. Here's what it could mean for the climate crisis.
As scientists warn heat waves are 100 times more likely in the region, millions of workers can't afford to take a day off, even if the heat could kill them.
Atlanta has had 66 shooting deaths so far this year, with Black males making up 56 of them.
Law enforcement authorities are facing mounting questions and criticism over how much time elapsed before they put a stop to the rampage.
The town of Uvalde is mourning the 21 victims whose lives were cut short at Robb Elementary School. The memorials honoring the victims are a poignant reminder of what will never again be, as the community looks for someway to lift itself up. Tony Dokoupil has more.
As gun violence rises across the U.S., a program in Atlanta is trying to teach a life-saving lesson of deescalation to Black teens, who are often victims of gun violence. Mark Strassmann takes a look.
SpaceX launched 59 small payloads while Boeing wrapped up its Starliner space station flight
For the first time, two U.S. astronaut ferry ships, from two different vendors are docked at space station.
Grounded earlier by software bugs and corroded valves, Boeing says the Starliner is finally ready for flight.
NASA is confident Boeing's Starliner astronaut ferry ship is finally ready for prime time.
NASA expects dwindling power to shut down the InSight Mars lander by the end of the year.
A beloved Georgia H.S. teacher went missing in 2005. Over 11 years later, an unexpected arrest -- but will we ever know the truth of what happened?
Glassdoor recently unveiled its list... and it's not all tech.
It's not only tech companies that continue to win over employees with flexible work environments, good pay and better benefits.
After scouring 12 hours of grainy surveillance footage, investigators say they found the way Fotis Dulos drove the 70 miles to murder his wife.
These athletes are making waves in the worlds of athletics and advocacy.
For an unprecedented number of young people in Gen Z, gender is a social construct that needs dismantling. In this CBS Reports documentary, we follow four teens with diverse gender identities to see how they are dealing with and experiencing a world that’s redefining gender.
New details emerge in Texas school shooting; U.S. jobless claims near 50-year low
At least two others were injured in the explosion in Pottstown. Two people may still be unaccounted for, local officials said. CBS Philly's Kerri Corrado has the latest from the scene.
Australia has elected a prime minister who previously backed calls to remove Queen Elizabeth II as the head of state. CBS News contributor Simon Bates has more in this edition of "London Calling."
Several right-wing personalities have been perpetuating false and disturbing conspiracy theories about the Uvalde gunman on social media. CBS News tech and politics reporter Musadiq Bidar joins CBS News' Carter Evans to discuss just how dangerous this type of disinformation can be.