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If you own a piece of property, do you control what happens on your land?

If you own a piece of property, do you control what happens on your land?

Many land owners think they control their property, but if you only have surface rights and not underlying mineral rights, what happens on your land may be out of your control. Alan Collins, a
First Dow 27,000, now S&P 3,000, as U.S. stocks march ever higher

First Dow 27,000, now S&P 3,000, as U.S. stocks march ever higher

The S&P 500 closed above 3,000 for the first time as investors pushed stocks higher on optimism for a rate cut
Welcome to July 1969: Inside NASA's restored Mission Control

Welcome to July 1969: Inside NASA's restored Mission Control

Astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first human to set foot on the moon 50 years ago. CBS News’ Mark Strassmann got an inside look at the newly-renovated command post that helped get him there. NASA’s
Trump promotes USMCA trade deal in Wisconsin

Trump promotes USMCA trade deal in Wisconsin

Democratic leaders have criticized the handling of the deal by the White House and the GOP, complaining that the work on the deal is being rushed
Chick-fil-A manager helps change 96-year-old World War II veteran's tire

Chick-fil-A manager helps change 96-year-old World War II veteran's tire

When a 96-year-old World War II veteran got a flat tire, he walked into a nearby Chick-fil-A nearly in tears. Then a kind manager sprung into action to help fix it.
Louisiana braces for Tropical Storm Barry

Louisiana braces for Tropical Storm Barry

Thousands of Louisiana residents have been ordered to evacuate their homes as Tropical Storm Barry approaches the Gulf Coast. CBS News weather producer David Parkinson has the forecast for the area.
West Virginia's natural gas boom pits land owners against drilling companies

West Virginia's natural gas boom pits land owners against drilling companies

Ken Ward Jr., a reporter at the Charleston Gazette-Mail in West Virginia, joined CBSN to discuss the impact of the natural gas boom in the state and how it's creating a new clash between land owners
House passes amendment to require approval for military strike on Iran

House passes amendment to require approval for military strike on Iran

A similar amendment in the Senate failed to get sufficient votes to pass
Ex-deputy arrested for allegedly planting drugs on drivers

Ex-deputy arrested for allegedly planting drugs on drivers

He doctored his body camera footage to conceal what really happened during traffic stops – he was planting drugs
Bennet: America doesn't know what the Democratic Party stands for

Bennet: America doesn't know what the Democratic Party stands for

In an interview on CBSN, the Colorado senator and presidential candidate urged his primary competitors to run "in a way that doesn't make us vulnerable to losing to Donald Trump"
Federer defeats Nadal in four sets at Wimbledon

Federer defeats Nadal in four sets at Wimbledon

Federer will go on to face the top-seeded Novak Djokovic in the final
Warren thinks woman who accused general should testify before Congress

Warren thinks woman who accused general should testify before Congress

Warren also discussed immigration in an interview with CBS News correspondent Ed O'Keefe at the League of United Latin American Citizens conference
4.6-magnitude earthquake shakes Seattle area

4.6-magnitude earthquake shakes Seattle area

A 4.6-magnitude earthquake struck western Washington state just before 3 a.m. Friday. The epicenter was near Monroe but the quake and aftershocks were felt throughout the region. Patranya Bhoolsuwan
House votes to permanently reauthorize 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund

House votes to permanently reauthorize 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund

The bill now heads to the Senate -- Mitch McConnell said he would put the bill on the floor for a vote in August
Oldest coal mine in Wyoming in danger of closing

Oldest coal mine in Wyoming in danger of closing

Coming after string of bankruptcies, it's another sign of coal's falling fortunes despite Trump's vow to rescue industry
American woman dies in Dominican Republic during plastic surgery

American woman dies in Dominican Republic during plastic surgery

Officials in the Dominican Republic are investigating the death a New York woman who died while undergoing plastic surgery on the island. Alexandra Medina is the third American in a month to die
Warren says female accuser of Air Force general should testify

Warren says female accuser of Air Force general should testify

2020 presidential contender Elizabeth Warren tells CBS News' Ed O'Keefe that the female officer who accused of Gen. John Hyten of sexual misconduct should appear before Congress.
Flesh-eating bacteria kills man after beach trip, family says

Flesh-eating bacteria kills man after beach trip, family says

"12 hours after we were in the water, he woke up with a fever, chills and some cramping," his daughter wrote
Trump on Mueller testimony: "How many bites at the apple do you need?"

Trump on Mueller testimony: "How many bites at the apple do you need?"

CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid questioned President Trump about the upcoming Capitol Hill testimony from Robert Mueller on the findings of the special counsel investigation.
R. Kelly accused of kidnapping, forced labor, sexually abusing girls

R. Kelly accused of kidnapping, forced labor, sexually abusing girls

The singer and members of his entourage are accused of recruiting women and girls to engage in illegal sexual activity with the performer