Top Stories

Ferguson activist-turned-city councilwoman reflects on Derek Chauvin verdictMore than six years ago, Fran Griffin was an activist protesting in the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, after a grand jury decided not to indict the officer who killed Black teen Michael Brown. Today, she is a city councilwoman brought to tears by the conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in the murder of George Floyd. "CBS This Morning" national correspondent Jericka Duncan was with Griffin when she heard the news.
Clinton talks to press on campaign jet about foundation, TrumpHillary Clinton and Donald Trump spent Labor Day looking for votes in the battleground state of Ohio. Clinton traveled with reporters on her plane for the first time in the campaign, taking questions from her traveling press for the first time in 275 days. Nancy Cordes reports.
On this day: Munich Olympics massacreOn September 5, 1972, Palestinian terrorists broke into the Olympic Village in Munich, killed two members of the Israeli delegation and abducted nine more. The next day, the world learned that the hostages were killed in a shootout. Watch a CBS News Special Report from that day.
Beyonce forced to postpone her N.J. concertBeyonce is currently under doctor-ordered vocal rest, and had to postpone a concert in New Jersey this week. It has been rescheduled for Friday, October 7.
Conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly dies at 92Phyllis Schlafly, a iconic conservative activist and founder of the Eagle Forum, died Monday. She was 92 years old.
Asteroid named after Queen front-man Freddie MercuryOn what would be Freddie Mercury's 70th birthday, Mercury's former Queen bandmate, Brian May named an asteroid after the late singer.
9/5: Trump and Pence campaign in Ohio; Helping the disabled climb to new heightsThe presidential race has just 64 days left and gets underway in earnest after Labor Day weekend; it has been said the only limits are the ones you set for yourself
Witnesses in Chauvin trial speak out on emotional court experiencesCharles McMillian and Donald Williams, who both witnessed George Floyd's fatal arrest, spoke with "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King.
Chauvin faces decades in prison, but could serve far lessThe former Minneapolis police officer will face sentencing in about eight weeks for his convictions in the murder of George Floyd.
Giant pandas are no longer endangered, but great apes areThe International Union for the Conservation of Nature says the giant panda's status has improved largely thanks to forest protection and reforestation in China. At the same time though, the world's largest ape species, the Eastern Lowland gorilla is now listed as "critically endangered."
Trump trails by two points in CBS News Battleground TrackerCBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett is on the trail with Donald Trump as he makes a play for minority voters. A recent poll shows Trump trails Hillary Clinton by two points.
Helping the disabled climb to new heightsIt has been said the only limits are the ones you set for yourself. Eric Gray, who lost an eye to cancer, founded Catalyst Sports to teach climbing to people with all kinds of disabilities. Chip Reid has the story.

KMOV - News

WATCH: Mountain lion on the prowl outside Colorado homeA mountain lion was on the prowl outside a Boulder, Colorado home.
Sheriff's Office solves Kansas cold case from 36 years agoClick here for updates on this story
American Airlines adds service to Boston out of STLST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- St. Louis travelers will have a new destination available to them this fall, as American Airlines announced Wednesday it will begin service from Lambert International to Boston Logan International Airport beginning November 2.
Iowa man pulls 2 people from burning car: ‘You can’t be scared to help people’An Iowa man pulled two people from a fiery crash.
Missouri House expels lawmaker accused of child abuseCOLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri House on Wednesday ousted a lawmaker accused of sexually and physically abusing his children years ago.
Police: Teen arrested in Atlanta after shooting, carjacking in North CountyA man was taken to a hospital in critical condition after someone shot him in north St. Louis County Saturday evening .
Some Illinois hospitals running out of beds due to COVID-19CHICAGO (AP) — Several hospitals in northwest and central Illinois are running out of beds because of the coronavirus pandemic, officials say.
Gateway Arch turning off outside lights for bird migrationThe Gateway Arch will go dark at night during the first weeks of May.
VIDEO: Father outraged after teacher, student cut daughter's hair without permissionA Michigan father has moved his 7-year-old biracial daughter from one school to another after the child’s hair was cut on separate occasions by a classmate and a teacher.
Page reflects on historic day that saw swearing in of St. Louis' first Black female mayor, Chauvin verdictSt. Louis County Executive Dr. Sam Page reflected on a historic Tuesday during his morning briefing.
Don't linger after you flush: Public toilets may spread COVID-19 aerosols, study findsThough a public washroom isn’t typically the kind of place you want to spend a lot of time in, new research exploring COVID-19 transmission suggests you may not want to linger after flushing a public toilet.
New mugshot of Derek Chauvin released after conviction in George Floyd's deathThe Minnesota Department of Corrections has released a new booking photo of Derek Chauvin.

CBS National News

Hermine batters New England as death toll risesHermine is off the Atlantic Coast Tuesday and moving closer to land. The cyclone is pushing back toward New England, packing winds around 65 mph. Severe weather warnings stretch from the mid-Atlantic to Massachusetts. The storm is responsible for at least three deaths. DeMarco Morgan reports from Cape Cod.
Trump questioned on immigration policy, debate prepDonald Trump and his running mate, Mike Pence, were well-received campaigning in Ohio and came out largely unscathed -- that is until Trump spoke to reporters on his plane and was forced to answer questions about immigration, debate prep and Trump University. Major Garrett reports.
Ferguson activist-turned-city councilwoman reflects on Derek Chauvin verdictMore than six years ago, Fran Griffin was an activist protesting in the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, after a grand jury decided not to indict the officer who killed Black teen Michael Brown. Today, she is a city councilwoman brought to tears by the conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in the murder of George Floyd. "CBS This Morning" national correspondent Jericka Duncan was with Griffin when she heard the news.
Clinton talks to press on campaign jet about foundation, TrumpHillary Clinton and Donald Trump spent Labor Day looking for votes in the battleground state of Ohio. Clinton traveled with reporters on her plane for the first time in the campaign, taking questions from her traveling press for the first time in 275 days. Nancy Cordes reports.
On this day: Munich Olympics massacreOn September 5, 1972, Palestinian terrorists broke into the Olympic Village in Munich, killed two members of the Israeli delegation and abducted nine more. The next day, the world learned that the hostages were killed in a shootout. Watch a CBS News Special Report from that day.
9/5: Trump and Pence campaign in Ohio; Helping the disabled climb to new heightsThe presidential race has just 64 days left and gets underway in earnest after Labor Day weekend; it has been said the only limits are the ones you set for yourself

CBS World News

On this day: Munich Olympics massacreOn September 5, 1972, Palestinian terrorists broke into the Olympic Village in Munich, killed two members of the Israeli delegation and abducted nine more. The next day, the world learned that the hostages were killed in a shootout. Watch a CBS News Special Report from that day.
Obama leaves G20 Summit without Syria ceasefire dealPresident Obama had hoped to reach an agreement at the G20 Summit with Vladimir Putin for coordinated U.S.-Russian airstrikes on ISIS and al Qaeda-linked terrorists. The administration also canceled a planned meeting with the president of the Philippines after he publicly insulted Obama. Margaret Brennan has reports.
Laos still feeling the effects of the Vietnam WarPresident Obama's trip to Laos is the first by a sitting U.S. president. He is expected to address a once-secret bombing program the U.S. led in the Vietnam war that Laos is still feeling today. Adriana Diaz reports.
President Obama downplays China arrival incidentFrom the start, President Obama's G-20 trip was marked by an awkward opening moment by Chinese officials. The president was forced to deplane from the belly of Air Force One Saturday after Chinese officials didn't provide a rolling stair case for him at the airport. Margaret Brennan reports on how the incident is symbolic of the increasingly-tense relationship between the two superpowers.
Mother Teresa becomes Saint TeresaPope Francis proclaimed Mother Teresa a saint on Sunday. The ceremony drew 120,000 people to the Vatican. Seth Doane has more.
G-20 Summit begins with hopes for U.S.-Russia deal to end Syrian fightingThe United States and Russia had an initial agreement in place to coordinate airstrikes against ISIS and al Qaeda linked terrorists in Syria. But Russia has pulled back with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry saying, "There still remain... a couple tough issues." The deal would be the best chance to end Syria's civil war. Margaret Brennan has more.