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Police drew their guns and fired a warning shot Sunday night after a group attacked them with sticks and rods, marking an escalation in the summerlong protests
Controversial ex-sheriff in Arizona, 87, was pardoned by President Trump after being convicted of ignoring a court order to end traffic patrols targeting immigrants
After a devastating ALS diagnosis, former NFL player Tim Green cries "tears of joy" and calls himself "fortunate," echoing Lou Gehrig's farewell speech
"A little bit of that twin magic" can go a long way. Meet 3 sets of identical twins making it big on Instagram
Nearly 7,000 packed a convention hall across from Disneyland in California for the ultimate fan fest: Disney's biannual D23 convention
How cybercriminals hold data hostage... and why the best solution is often paying a ransom; Then, who's responsible for the opioid epidemic? Doctors or pharmaceutical companies?; And, Tim Green: Coping with the ALS he thinks was caused by the game he loves
Global economy concerns loom over G7 summit; Community comes together to help Texas gymnast pay medical bills
A lightning strike injured at least five people on Saturday at the PGA Tour event in Atlanta. The tournament was suspended until Sunday and five people were transported to the hospital.
Missed the second half of the show? The latest on the 2020 campaign trail, trade war with China and the U.S. economy.
Despite years of legal battles and protests, officials say Hawaii's highest peak — Mauna Kea — is the best spot for the $1.4 billion instrument
This week on "Face the Nation," Margaret Brennan talks National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Senator Amy Klobuchar and Josh Bolten, president and CEO of the Business Roundtable. Plus, a new CBS News Poll reveals how Americans feel about the economy.
Anti-government protests in Hong Kong took a dangerous new turn today. For the first time, a police officer fired a live round. And in another first, a water cannon was used. Ramy Inocencio is there.
Trump gets ready to "double down" on trade war with China; NASA astronaut caught in custody battle
The former Syracuse standout and Atlanta Falcon never shied away from acknowledging the dangers of football. Now, over 20 years after "60 Minutes" first met him, Green is suffering from a fatal ailment he may have seen coming. Steve Kroft reports.
Dr. Barry Schultz is serving 157 years in prison after he prescribed enough opioids for a prosecutor to call him one of Florida's "most notorious drug dealers." In this "60 Minutes" interview, Schultz says he's a scapegoat. Bill Whitaker reports.
Targets have included hospitals and municipalities, but the FBI says anyone on the internet should expect to be attacked by cybercriminals. Scott Pelley reports.
Web exclusive video: Taylor Smith explains to correspondent Tracy Smith how she's evolved a means to deal with critics.
This week "Sunday Morning," hosted by Tracy Smith, features Susan Spencer's cover story on dyslexia. Plus: Smith profiles singer-songwriter Taylor Swift; Mo Rocca visits with restaurateur and "Fresh Off the Boat" author Eddie Huang; Barry Petersen saddles up with cowgirl photographer Barbara Van Cleve; Ted Koppel finds out what life on the road is life for tennis professional Noah Rubin, who is not among the top-ranked of his sport; and Conor Knighton discovers what lies behind Argentina's deep Italian roots.
"48 Hours" Presents: A Colorado mom of three shot dead in her bedroom. Was it suicide? "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty investigates.
After a devastating ALS diagnosis, former NFL player Tim Green cries "tears of joy" and calls himself "fortunate," echoing Lou Gehrig's farewell speech.
Is it all in good fun — or unregulated child labor? These little influencers raise big questions
The National Hurricane Center said Sunday that Dorian​ could intensify to near hurricane strength over the eastern Caribbean Sea by Tuesday
Tim Green – pro football player turned sports commentator and best-selling author – tells Steve Kroft about the early warning signs that he had the neurological disease ALS.
A tropical storm watch has been issued in the Caribbean as Tropical Storm Dorian moves west. The National Hurricane Center said it could reach hurricane strength by Tuesday. CBS News contributing meteorologist Jeff Berardelli joins CBSN to discuss the storm.
A tennis player who hasn't yet landed in the very top ranks, Noah Rubin opens up about the grind of a pro athlete's nomadic life competing in dozens of tournaments, and his revealing Instagram page, Behind the Racquet
Dr. Barry Schultz is serving 157 years in prison after he prescribed enough opioids for a prosecutor to call him one of Florida's "most notorious drug dealers." In this "60 Minutes" interview, Schultz says he's a scapegoat
It was the first time a presidential surrogate had ever come to Great Falls, a small town in Chester County
Summer means mosquitos and the threat of the deadly West Nile virus. Cases of the virus in humans have been reported in at least 26 states. Scientists are working on a vaccine but a lack of funding is delaying the development. Mireya Villarreal reports.
The former Syracuse standout and Atlanta Falcon never shied away from acknowledging the dangers of football. Now, over 20 years after "60 Minutes" first met him, Green is suffering from a fatal ailment he may have seen coming
It's a case testing the boundaries of law: A NASA astronaut is caught in an ugly divorce and custody battle. Anne McClain is being accused of identity theft in space. Janet Shamlian reports.
Targets have included hospitals and municipalities, but the FBI says anyone on the internet should expect to be attacked by cybercriminals
Ransomware locks up a victim's files until money is paid. Here's how to protect your data and avoid an attack on your computer network
Doctors, distributors, drug lobbyists, the FDA — who is responsible for the scourge of opioid addictions? "60 Minutes" has spent two years investigating
The White House suggested Sunday that President Trump is prepared to "double down" on his trade war with China. The president said he had doubts about the strategy at the G-7 summit in France earlier. But officials quickly clarified that his only regret is that he hasn’t been tougher. Ben Tracy reports.
Ransomware locks up a victim's files until money is paid. Here's how to protect your data and avoid an attack on your computer network.
Anne McClain, a decorated astronaut who was slotted to be a part of the first-ever all-female spacewalk, was accused of accessing her estranged wife's bank account while aboard the International Space Station
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News" anchored by Mark Strassmann.
With Louisiana's victory, U.S. teams have won back-to-back Little League crowns for the first time since 2009
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Dr. Barry Schultz is serving 157 years in prison after he prescribed enough opioids for a prosecutor to call him one of South Florida's, "most notorious drug dealers." In his only interview, Schultz says he's a scapegoat. Bill Whitaker reports.
"OMG, big boi Mr. B is a CHONK. He's a chonk of a chonk. He redefines the term," the shelter wrote in its adoption post
"This is not an easy decision. It's the hardest decision of my life," Luck said during a press conference
Another investigation into the DEA's response to the opioid epidemic again finds investigators who hit a brick wall in Washington
A drug manufacturer denounces his own industry and explains to 60 Minutes how a label change by the FDA expanded the use of opioids. Bill Whitaker reports.
Joe Rannazzisi says drug distributors pumped opioids into American communities — and industry lobbyists and Congress derailed the DEA's efforts to stop it
President Trump is in France meeting with world leaders at the annual G-7 summit. Underneath the smiles and handshakes are concerns about the teetering global economy, as well as the president’s escalating trade war with China. Ben Tracy reports.
A gymnast in Texas suffered a freak accident that left him paralyzed. Now he’s fighting to get back on his feet. Today, there’s a fundraiser to help pay for his growing medical bills. Stephanie Whitfield reports.
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