The finalists will be announced in November.
National Toy Hall Of Fame Reveals NomineesThe finalists will be announced in November.
America Remembering Victims Of Sept. 11 Terror AttacksCBS News correspondent Wendy Gillette reports.
Video Goes Viral Of Toddler Boys Hugging Each Other On Streets Of ManhattanThe boys, who are 2 years old, have known each other for about a year.
Hurricane Dorian Battering The CarolinasCBS News correspondent Kenneth Craig reports.
Hurricane Dorian Making Presence Felt Along Southeastern US CoastCBS News correspondent Nikole Killion reports.
Johnson & Johnson Ordered To Pay $572 Million For Role Fueling Opioid CrisisThe company plans to appeal the landmark ruling.
2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate Cory Booker Holding Campaign Event In PhiladelphiaBooker is talking at the Fillmore tonight.
Mail Bomber Cesar Sayoc To Be Sentenced Monday, Sent Pipe Bombs To Prominent Democrats In 2018Some of his targets included former President Barack Obama, former Vice President Joe Biden and two CNN offices.
'Moms Demand Action' Group Marches On Capitol Hill Following El Paso Mass ShootingActivists rallied at the White House Saturday night following the El Paso mass shooting.
Kennedy Family Grieving Once Again After Another Tragic LossNatasha Brown reports.
Trump Administration To Allow Americans To Access Lower-Cost Prescription DrugsEyewitness News at 5:00 p.m.
Hundreds Of Thousands Celebrate Resignation Of Puerto Rico GovernorNatasha Brown reports.
Seniors Struggle To Handle Technology Built Into Dashboards Of Vehicles, Study FindsCBS News correspondent Diane King-Hall reports.
Robert Mueller Testifies About Russia Probe On Capitol HillNatasha Brown reports.
Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller Is Scheduled To Testify Before The House Judiciary Committee On WednesdayJan Carabeo reports.
Great White Shark Jumps Out Of Water, Bites Fish In Half In MassachusettsA weekend fishing trip for one family turned into a shark encounter.
Former Supreme Court Justice Dies At Age 99He served as an associate justice for nearly 35 years until his retirement in 2010.
New Technology Could Allow People To Live On Mars, Scientists SayScientists plan to test insulating material in places like Antarctica.
50 Years Ago Apollo 11 Astronauts Launched From Florida's Kennedy Space Center On Historic MissionCBS News correspondent Chris Martinez reports.
Dozens Of Dolphins Caught On Video Swimming Alongside Boat Off California CoastChuck Patterson says he was driving the boat on Sunday when suddenly the dolphins started following in his wake.
States With Stricter Gun Laws Had Lower Child Death Rates, Study SaysGun deaths are at an all-time high in the U.S.
Officials Trying To Pinpoint Cause Of NYC Power Outage, Rule Out TerrorismThe outage affected 73,000 customers, mostly in Midtown and the Upper West Side.
American Airlines Extends Cancellation Timeline For Boeing 737 Max To NovemberThis is the fifth time since March that American Airlines has extended cancellations on the grounded Boeing 737 Max in it's flight schedule.
Exclusive: Bernie Sanders Talks Intense Battle Over Hahnemann University Hospital's Pending ClosureJoe Holden reports.
Trump Administration ICE Raids Targeting Immigrants With Deportation Orders Begin SundayAgents are said to be targeting people who have been given final deportation orders.
DHS Requests 1,000 National Guard Troops Be Added To US-Mexico Border SecurityThey say the Texas National Guardsmen will assist in border protection and customs enforcement at the border with Mexico.
Actor Kevin Spacey Due In Massachusetts Court MondayThe case centers around a missing cell phone, on which the accuser sent a video of the alleged assault to his girlfriend.
Financier Jeffery Epstein To Appear In New York Federal Court MondayThe alleged crimes happened in New York and Palm Beach, Florida between 2002 and 2005.
Biden Apologizes For Comments About Working With Segregationist SenatorsThe presidential hopeful says he understands why some people are offended.