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Sister: Walmart shooting suspect heard voices after drug trip

Sister: Walmart shooting suspect heard voices after drug trip

The sister of a man accused of fatally shooting three people at a Colorado Walmart says LSD turned him into a recluse haunted by voices saying the devil was after him
For inventor Joy Mangano, "No" is just the beginning

For inventor Joy Mangano, "No" is just the beginning

She built an empire by creating products to solve everyday problems including the Miracle Mop and Huggable Hangers
"Get on the floor": Survivor describes Texas church attack

"Get on the floor": Survivor describes Texas church attack

Farida Brown thought she was going to die during gunman's deadly massacre in Texas church
United's 747 takes final farewell flight

United's 747 takes final farewell flight

The airline will retire the jumbo jet dubbed the "queen of the skies"
Woman who called governor before nursing home deaths breaks her silence

Woman who called governor before nursing home deaths breaks her silence

Natasha Anderson placed three calls to Gov. Rick Scott's personal cell phone -- the first call was made 36 hours before anyone died
Blake Shelton returns to roots with new restaurant

Blake Shelton returns to roots with new restaurant

Blake Shelton's recent single "I'll Name the Dogs" from his 11th studio album, "Texoma Shore," has hit Billboard's Top 10. The country superstar is now returning to his roots with a restaurant and
Joy Mangano on inventing your future and living your passion

Joy Mangano on inventing your future and living your passion

Joy Mangano built a multi-billion dollar empire by creating products to solve everyday problems, starting with the Miracle Mop 30 years ago. Mangano, who has more than 100 patents and trademarks for
Iconic Boeing 747 embarks on final flight

Iconic Boeing 747 embarks on final flight

Today United Airlines will retire the original jumbo jet dubbed "the queen of the skies." The Boeing 747 revolutionized long-distance air travel when it debuted nearly 50 years ago. But more efficient
Donna Brazile on Democratic Party divisions, Clinton campaign

Donna Brazile on Democratic Party divisions, Clinton campaign

Explosive claims by former Democratic National Committee chair Donna Brazile are bringing attention back to the 2016 presidential race. In a new book, Brazile reveals the DNC struck a deal with
Eye Opener at 8: Trump in South Korea

Eye Opener at 8: Trump in South Korea

A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning." Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
FSU suspends Greek life after student death

FSU suspends Greek life after student death

Greek life at another American university is suspended following the death of a fraternity pledge. Andrew Coffey, a 20-year-old Florida State University freshman, died Friday morning. He was found
Did Harvey Weinstein enlist "army of spies" to silence accusers?

Did Harvey Weinstein enlist "army of spies" to silence accusers?

A new report says disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein used an "army of spies" to block the reporting of sexual misconduct allegations against him. The New Yorker reports Weinstein used a
One Texas family lost nine members in church shooting

One Texas family lost nine members in church shooting

A pregnant woman and her unborn child are among the dead in the Texas church shooting that killed 26 people. Nearly half of those who were killed were from two families, and one family lost nine
Yard waste dispute behind Rand Paul's assault?

Yard waste dispute behind Rand Paul's assault?

Police say the man accused of attacking Sen. Rand Paul could be charged with a felony because of the senator's condition. The Kentucky lawmaker's neighbor, Rene Boucher, is currently charged with
Texas community looks for comfort amid church shooting shock

Texas community looks for comfort amid church shooting shock

An estimated 650 people live in Sutherland Springs where a gunman opened fire at a church and killed 26 people. In that small community, it's difficult to find someone who doesn't know one of the
Man who shot Texas church gunman: "I'm no hero"

Man who shot Texas church gunman: "I'm no hero"

Investigators are closer to learning the Texas church shooter's motive for killing 26 worshipers during Sunday services in Sutherland Springs. Community member Stephen Willeford may have prevented the
Texas gunman's intent was "maximum lethality," former FBI profiler says

Texas gunman's intent was "maximum lethality," former FBI profiler says

Texas shooting suspect Devin Kelley had a history of domestic violence. U.S. Air Force records show Kelley was court-martialed in 2012 for assaulting his then-wife and young stepson, fracturing the
Shop owner who sold firearm to Texas massacre gunman speaks out

Shop owner who sold firearm to Texas massacre gunman speaks out

He says he relies on the national database to screen his customers and will not transfer a firearm to anyone without approval
Air Force mistake allowed Texas gunman to buy weapons

Air Force mistake allowed Texas gunman to buy weapons

The investigation into Sunday's Texas church shooting is raising big questions about how the gunman was able to buy his weapons. The U.S. Air Force made a mistake by not reporting Devin Kelley's 2012
Eye Opener: New revelations about Texas gunman

Eye Opener: New revelations about Texas gunman

The U.S. Air Force admits it made a mistake that allowed the Texas church shooter to buy his guns. Also, President Trump in South Korea says North Korea should "do the right thing" and make a deal on