Live Updates: Motive unknown after 8 killed at Indianapolis FedEx facilityFive others were wounded. Police say it appears the gunman took his own life.
On this day: Nixon announces release of more Watergate tapesApril 29th, 1974 marked the beginning of the end of the Watergate saga -- and President Richard Nixon's time in office. Nixon announced he would release transcripts of secretly recorded conversations related to the Watergate scandal. Watch "CBS Evening News" coverage from that day.
This week on "Face the Nation," April 18, 2021French President Emmanuel Macron and Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield appear on Sunday's "Face the Nation"
Pelosi reiterates call for commission to investigate 1/6 insurrectionRepublicans have rejected Pelosi's previous proposal for a commission, which is modeled after the 9/11 commission.
Texas House approves open handgun carry without a permitLocal police chiefs spoke out against the bill, saying it would allow citizens to carry guns without proper training.
Man freed after nearly 32 years in prison craves strawberry ice creamHow Crosley Green, whose conviction has been overturned, spent his first day of freedom.
4/28: Baltimore police shoot man who threatened TV station; refugees help small town thriveA TV station in Baltimore was evacuated after a man in an animal costume threatened to blow up the building; about 6,000 immigrants who escaped poverty and violence in East Africa have resettled in Lewiston, Maine
Baltimore police shoot man who threatened TV stationA TV station in Baltimore was evacuated after a man in an animal costume threatened to blow up the building. Police took him seriously, and eventually ended the standoff with a sniper's bullet. Jeff Pegues reports.
Refugees help small town thriveAbout 6,000 immigrants who escaped poverty and violence in East Africa have resettled in Lewiston, Maine. When these refugees began arriving, many residents were resentful. Now, they say the town has changed for the better. Don Dahler has more.
Thousands flock to volunteer clinic in Los AngelesA group called Your Best Pathway to Health set up shop in downtown Los Angeles this week to provide free medical care. Thousands have lined up for a chance to see a doctor, dentist or optometrist. Carter Evans has more.
Teenagers taking selfie trend to a dangerous levelA recent lawsuit blames Snapchat, a messaging app for photos and videos, for a car crash in Atlanta, Georgia that left one man seriously injured. This is the latest in a string of dangerous incidents involving young people and social media. Jericka Duncan has more.
Alaska budget drying up as oil prices continue to fallAlaska is currently staring at a $4 billion budget deficit thanks to the falling price of oil per barrel. Now, the governor is proposing the first income tax in 35 years. Ben Tracy reports.