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The woman had a tattoo on her right hip; her cause of death has not been determined
There have been no injuries reported resulting from the sinkhole that appeared shortly before 7 a.m. Thursday
Mississippi man taking his case against state's Confederate-themed flag to U.S. Supreme Court
Police in California are questioning the girl's mother and a man who were standing outside the vehicle when deputies approached
An 18-wheeler carrying a load of pigs crashed during rush hour Thursday morning on Interstate 45 outside Dallas
The Trump administration is adding new security measures for international flights into the U.S. to protect against terrorism. CBS News transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave joins CBSN with more on the changes.
Key figure in last year's armed occupation of national wildlife refuge was killed by Oregon police
Georgia Congressman John Lewis was born and raised on a cotton farm outside Troy, Alabama. He later became one of the most prominent leaders of the civil rights movement. In our ongoing series, Note to Self, Lewis recalls getting into what he famously calls "good trouble."
Ten years ago, Apple customers got their hands on the very first iPhone. At the time, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs promised the devices would change the world. That promise has been fulfilled. Fast Company editor-in-chief Robert Safian joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the iPhone's impact.
A Major League umpire is being called a hero for his life-saving actions off the field. John Tumpane, 34, is being credited with helping save the life of a woman on a Pittsburgh bridge who threatened to jump. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
The show carries warnings for its graphic depictions of violence but these suicides raise new questions about whether the labels are enough
The Senate GOP bill to replace Obamacare needs more votes, so Republican leaders are changing it. Sources tell CBS News the bill now includes $45 billion to pay for treating opioid abuse. Margaret Brennan reports.
A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning." Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
Conrad Kaufman took Cindy Kaufman from Missouri to Illinois and held her against her will in his truck, authorities say
Doctors fresh out of medical school can work a 24-hour shift starting this weekend. But this is raising concerns about patient safety. Dr. Tara Narula reports on what this means for patients and doctors.
Citing potential new evidence, investigators say that a Fremont, Calif. mother who went missing in 1989 was a homicide victim
A sheriff's officer was caught on video threatening to take a man to jail after jaywalking in Florida. Devonte Shipman started recording on a cellphone shortly after the Jacksonville officer stopped him last week. Community activists believe it happened because Shipman was "walking while black." An internal review is underway. David Begnaud reports.
Two California men are urging Netflix to stop streaming "13 Reasons Why" because they say teenage girls in their families, Bella Herndon and Priscilla Chiu, committed suicide after watching the series. The two men, who had never before met in person, are now supporting each other in their grief. John Blackstone reports.
John Tumpane says he doesn’t know what led him to approach her when she hopped over railing in Pittsburgh
U.S.-backed Iraqi forces say they've taken an iconic mosque in the heart of Mosul that was destroyed by ISIS. Its recapture comes three years to the day after ISIS declared its so-called caliphate. The extremist group is also facing setbacks Raqqa, its stronghold in Syria. Holly Williams reports from northern Syria.

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