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State assembly has passed a bill making "lane splitting" legal. That's when a motorcycle rider drives between other vehicles on congested streets and freeways. Ben Tracy brings us up to speed.
Former House speaker is charged with violating banking laws to pay hush money and lying to the FBI about it. Law enforcement sources tell CBS News the case involves sexual misconduct with a man. It dates back more than 30 years, to when Hastert was a high school teacher and wrestling coach in Yorkville, Illinois, west of Chicago. Julianna Goldman is in Washington with the latest details.
President Obama declares disaster for areas hit by severe storms. Also, the biggest criminal trial in the history of the internet is over. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
The flooding in Texas and Oklahoma is blamed for at least 28 deaths and at least 11 people are missing. It has become deadliest natural disaster in this country so far this year. More rain is expected to fall over the weekend as forecasters expect rivers and lakes to keep rising around Houston, San Antonio and Dallas. Don Dahler reports from Grand Prairie, Texas, just west of Dallas.
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When a Dallas police car became trapped by flood waters, the rescuer became the rescued. Friday saw hundreds of rescues in what has become the deadliest natural disaster of the year; CBS News' Steve Hartman reflects on his childhood home in Toledo, Ohio, as he helps his father move out of the house he built in 1955.