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Omaha police gave full honors Tuesday to Kerrie Orozco, an officer killed just days before she was to take maternity leave with her newborn child that had been born premature and was ready to come home. CBSN's Jeff Glor describes the sober ceremony.
Thieves have stolen tax information from more than 100,000 taxpayers, according to the IRS. CBSN's Jeff Glor explains that the thieves were using an online service provided by the government's tax collection agency to steal data.
Rescue teams are working to find the missing in hard-hit Wimberley, Texas where severe flooding has caused enormous damage; and The World Health Organization has adopted a plan to combat a resistance to antibiotics.
FBI and police probe threat against flight from Taiwan to Los Angeles; other threats made recently against international flights into U.S.
Officer Kerrie Orozco was shot and killed day before starting maternity leave to care for daughter she delivered prematurely 3 months ago
Hundreds of drivers were stranded in their vehicles overnight as water inundated the streets of Houston, Texas. Vicente Arenas reports.
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The role of a joint terminal attack controller (JOTC) -- the person who helps coordinate strikes from the ground -- is especially important in urban combat. But it's not being used in the fight against ISIS. CBS News correspondent David Martin explains how a JOTC would help Iraqi forces -- and why the Pentagon says it's not currently using any.