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Coroner testifies at trial of James Holmes, accused of killing 12 people in shooting rampage at suburban Denver movie theater in 2012
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Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates, who now serves as the national president of the Boy Scouts of America, said Thursday that the organization's longstanding ban on participation by openly gay adults "cannot be sustained." CBSN's Jeff Glor has details.
In a shootout with a known gang member, Officer Kerrie Orozco was killed in Omaha, Nebraska. As Michelle Miller reports, the shooting happened a day before Orozco was set to take maternity leave.
1,300 American troops died to take the city during the Iraq war; now ISIS is gaining control
Jon Sutherland is like the Energizer Bunny -- he just keeps going and going and going
Jon Sutherland, 64, has run every day for the last 46 years, averaging 11 miles a day. The streak has earned him a place in the record books. Ben Tracy caught up with the running man.
More than a dozen boats skimmed nine miles of oil-stained waters along California’s central coast, following the rupture of an oil pipeline. As Danielle Nottingham reports, the cleanup is now a 24-hour operation.