"Sunday Morning" takes a look at notable events of the past week:
On Sunday, Dallas area residents took stock of the damage from weekend tornadoes that left eleven dead.
Monday saw an announcement by prosecutors in Cleveland that they would not indict two white police officers for the shooting death of Tamir Rice. The black 12-year-old had been playing with what turned out to be a toy gun.
- Tamir Rice grand jury declines to charge officers
- Calls for calm in Cleveland after Tamir Rice decision
- Tamir Rice protesters march to Cleveland prosecutor's home
- LeBron James urged to get involved in Tamir Rice controversy
Tuesday's headline was the arrest in Mexico of Ethan Couch ... the fugitive Texas teenager who had claimed the co-called "aflluenza" defense in a fatal drunk driving case.
- "Affluenza teen" Ethan Couch, mother caught in Mexico
- Report: Authorities tell how they found "affluenza teen" Ethan Couch and mother
- "Affluenza" teen and mom to be sent back to U.S.
- "Affluenza" teen Ethan Couch hires high-profile Mexican lawyer
- Records provide look into "affluenza" teen's upbringing
On Wednesday, Bill Cosby was charged in a Pennsylvania court with aggravated indecent assault against a woman in 2004.
- Bill Cosby arraigned on sexual assault charges
- Bill Cosby breaks silence following criminal charge
- Stars react to charges against Bill Cosby
- "Hungry DA" among battleground issues in Bill Cosby case
Thursday saw a New Year's Eve fire at a luxury hotel in Dubai that created spectacular flames but remarkably few injuries.
On Friday, a gunman opened fire outside a bar in Tel Aviv, killing two and wounding at least three others.
- Deadly shooting at Tel Aviv bar sparks manhunt
- Intense manhunt for killer who opened fire on Tel Aviv streets continues
And on Saturday, we learned of the death of former Arkansas Governor and Senator Dale Bumpers at the age of 90.