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Tropical storm watch issued for parts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Florida

Potential Tropical Cyclone Seven is expected to become a tropical depression by Monday and a tropical storm Monday night

John Kerry says U.S. "paid a price" for not enforcing Obama's red line in Syria

Former Secretary of State John Kerry says he was "surprised" former President Obama did not go ahead with military strikes in Syria, admitting the U.S. "paid a price" for not enforcing a so-called red

Details emerge about victims in New Mexico bus crash

We now know the names and ages of five of the eight victims killed in a grisly crash in New Mexico on Thursday. Federal investigators are trying to determine what led to the violent collision between

Debate over temperature in the workplace heats up again

The debate over workplace temperatures is heating up again. The issue took center stage during the gubernatorial debate in New York. So what do women, men and science have to say about it? Nikki

John McCain laid to rest after final journey

Sen. John McCain has made his final journey. For decades he lived a very public life, but his last ceremony held today at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, was private.

Democrats battle White House ahead of Kavanaugh confirmation hearing

Democrats are planning an all-out battle against President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. The Senate confirmation hearings begin Tuesday, and the White House is refusing to release

Mollie Tibbetts' father: Keep my daughter out of politics

When the body of 20-year-old Mollie Tibbetts was found in an Iowa cornfield, her father says he set out to celebrate his daughter’s extraordinary life. Now he says he needs to defend her legacy. Tony

"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Saturday, September 2, 2018

Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News" with Elaine Quijano.

Officer adopts homeless woman's baby daughter

Officer Jesse Whitten, of the Santa Rosa Police Dept. in California, met Harlow when she was still in her mother's womb

Report: Harvard didn't consider Elizabeth Warren as Native American

The Boston Globe examined documents and spoke with 31 law school professors who worked there in the 1990s

John McCain laid to rest at U.S. Naval Academy after final journey

A motorcade carrying McCain's casket arrived to the Naval Academy, following a five-day series of memorial events that served as a final call to arms for the late senator

John McCain's casket arrives to U.S. Naval Academy for burial

The late senator will be buried alongside his longtime friend from the academy in a private ceremony for friends and family.

Face The Nation - Edward Wong, Margaret Talev, Kelsey Snell

Missed the second half of the show? The latest on our chat with John Kerry, President Donald Trump's tweets and memorial service of John McCain

9/2: John Kerry, John Kasich

This week on "Face the Nation," moderator Margaret Brennan interviews former Secretary of State John Kerry and Ohio Gov. John Kasich. Plus, we look back at the nation's memorial for Sen. John McCain.

4 missing, 13 injured after two boats collide on Colorado River

None of the boaters were wearing life vests when the collision occurred, a sheriff's spokesperson says

Amber Alert issued for 2 boys after father allegedly kills pregnant mother

Dimas Coronado, 47, is wanted on three counts of homicide

Welcoming autism into the workplace

Nearly three years ago, when tech giant Microsoft announced that it was starting a pilot program to hire autistic workers, they received more than 700 resumes within a few weeks. German software maker

A house painting job for the starry-eyed

Lubek Jastrzebski and Nancy Nemhauser, of Mount Dora, Fla., noticed their autistic son, Chip, kept opening the same art book and turning to the same page: Van Gogh's "The Starry Night." They were

Calendar: Week of September 3

From the start of Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings for a Supreme Court seat, to the Stand Up to Cancer telethon, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Lee

John McCain: Remembering a political friend, foe and father

At the National Cathedral in Washington, mourners from across the political spectrum gathered Saturday to pay tribute to the Arizona senator