National News | WRHL National News 2017-07-25T01:28:05Z National News Judge indefinitely stops deportation of 1,400-plus Iraqi immigrants Monday's injunction by U.S. District Judge Mark Goldsmith in Detroit allows Iraqis, many of whom are Christian, to stay in the U.S. Last baby orca born in captivity at SeaWorld park dies, company says Company statement says veterinarians were treating 3-month-old calf for infection last weekend, but her health continued to decline New Orleans police officer survives being shot for 3rd time: authorities Officer Chris Abbott was struck in the leg by a bullet Monday morning while working off-duty, Police Chief Michael Harrison says Crews from 34 states arrive to help with destructive Montana fires Reinforcements hail from places from Alaska to Florida as winds could fuel fires that already burned more than 300 square miles Iraqi Christians who supported Trump angry over threats of deportation Chaldean Catholic community in Detroit voted overwhelmingly for now-President Trump because of his promise to protect Christians in the Middle East Right to protest heats up outside Kentucky's last abortion clinic Protesters outside the clinic are organized by the group "Operation Save America," which wants abortion outlawed "It could collapse now": Artist embraces "impermanent" art form Calvin Seibert turns one of the most common things in the world into structures that are anything but Iraqi Christian community that supported Trump angry over threats of deportation Lawyers for a group of Iraqi Christians were in federal court in Michigan Monday hoping to stop the U.S. from deporting their clients. Immigrants from Iraq helped then-candidate Donald Trump win Michigan in November, but as Dean Reynolds reports, they're now rethinking their support. Court battle in Kentucky over right to protest outside abortion clinic Kentucky has only one abortion clinic, and the state's Republican governor wants to see it close. Protesters agree, and there's a court battle over the right to protest outside the clinic. Anna Werner reports. Carjacking suspect dead after shootout with police on Mo. interstate Jerrod Kershaw, 31, was carrying several weapons and was wearing ballistic vest when he was killed in shootout with officers, police say Truck driver faces federal charges of illegally transporting immigrants About 100 migrants were crammed inside a tractor-trailer, sweltering in 100-degree heat. They had no air conditioning, food or water. When they were discovered early Sunday, eight were dead, and two more have died since. The driver now faces federal charges and could face the death penalty if convicted. Mark Strassmann reports. 7/24: CBS Evening News Trump urges Republicans to keep their promises on health care; 57-year-old artist embraces "impermanent" art form Tornado hits Maryland, causes extensive damage: officials Weather service says the tornado touched down early Monday near Stevensville in Queen Anne's County; no fatalities reported "They kept us as slaves": Report reveals claims against church Associated Press investigation found Word of Faith Fellowship used its two church branches in Brazil to siphon steady flow of young laborers to its 35-acre compound in rural North Carolina Police grant wish of 9-year-old boy with rare disease Ethan Kranig was sworn in as a police officer in Wildwood, New Jersey, during a family beach trip they'll never forget 92-year-old veteran attacked while protecting American flag Howard Banks has several bumps and bruises, and says he also twisted his knee USS Constitution returns to Boston's waters after extensive repairs The USS Constitution, the world's oldest commissioned warship still afloat, has returned to its home port after a major restoration project. CBS Boston's Chantee Lans reports. USS Constitution returns to Boston's waters after extensive repairs The undocking of "Old Ironsides" Sunday marked the end of restoration work that started two years ago As overdoses rise, pioneering police effort evolves "We're in a position to get people into treatment, but the sad part is the drug that they're taking, in all probability, is going to put them into overdose" Weirdest news stories from Florida this year Some of the wacky things that have happened in the Sunshine State so far this year WRHL 2017-07-25T06:28:05Z