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Relentless heat wave to bake the U.S. for "multiple weeks"More than 80% of the nation — 265 million people — will sweat through highs above 90, and another 45 million will swelter in triple-digit temperatures.
3 men and 2 teens arrested in the murder of rapper Pop Smoke, police sayPop Smoke, whose real name is Bashar Jackson, was killed in February.
Major heat wave bearing down on SouthwestA long-lasting heat wave will bring triple-digit temperatures to much of Texas and other parts of the Southwest in the coming days. CBSN Dallas-Fort Worth meteorologist Erin Moran takes a look at the forecast.
Puerto Rico's governor under investigation as island faces multiple crisesPuerto Rico is facing several crises during the coronavirus pandemic, including a political showdown between Governor Wanda Vazquez and her opposition. Associated Press reporter Dánica Coto joined CBSN to explain the allegations plus what the island is doing to cope with its drought.
CDC director says agency won't rewrite guidelines for reopening schoolsCDC Director Robert Redfield said the agency would be providing "additional reference documents" to aid educators.
"Glee" actress Naya Rivera vanishes on boat trip with young sonThe 4-year-old boy was spotted drifting alone on a rental boat on a California lake. The search for his mom is ongoing.
Supreme Court issues key rulings on Trump's financial recordsThe Supreme Court has issued two key rulings on cases involving President Trump's tax returns. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid joins CBSN to talk about the decisions and the reaction.
Seasonal changes bring challenges for Colorado tourism amid pandemicTourists spend billions in Colorado each year — in 2018, travelers spent $22.3 billion in the state.
Man catches child falling from burning buildingDramatic bystander video shows the boy fall from the third floor and drop into Phillip Blanks' arms.
Joe Biden to unveil economic recovery planPresumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is set to unveil his economic recovery plan in the key battleground state of Pennsylvania. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns joined CBSN with details.
What's next after Supreme Court rulings on President Trump's financial records?The Supreme Court has ruled that Manhattan prosecutors can access President Trump's financial records, but Congressional investigators cannot for now. Ilya Shapiro, director of the Robert A. Levy Center for Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute, joined CBSN with details on the rulings.
Most expensive medical procedures in the U.S., rankedThese pricey surgeries are the most expensive in the country.

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Amber Alert: Brother and sister taken by non-custodial parent out of McDonald CountySiblings, Genesis, 8, and Samuel Padron, 4, were taken by a non-custodial parent Thursday morning.
Small Missouri community is national coronavirus hotspotMcDonald County, Missouri, sits right on the edge of Oklahoma and Arkansas and not far from Kansas, and while population is small, it is one of the hottest areas in the country for the coronavirus.
Man turns himself after attack on teen dancing captured on Facebook liveCedric Charles Moore Jr., 27, of Cape Girardeau, is wanted by police following the Friday night attack.
States with serious coronavirus problems need to consider shutting down again, Fauci saysATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46/CNN) -- A second shutdown might be the best move for states struggling with burgeoning coronavirus cases and hospitalizations, one of the nation's top infectious disease experts says.
WANTED: 2 men accused of assaulting protesters at King Louis IX statue in Forest ParkFor some people, this statute is a symbol of the city's history. For others, it's a bastion of their Catholic faith, but for some it has a much darker and more painful meaning.
'I feel threatened!' Florida man screams at elderly woman who asked him to wear mask at CostcoA Florida man has been fired from his job as an insurance agent after his videotaped tirade when asked to wear a face mask at a Costco Wholesale store drew a massive audience on social media.
Funeral for St. Louis restaurateur Charlie Gitto held ThursdayST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) - Restaurateur Charlie Gitto passed away Saturday at the age of 87 due to complications from a heart attack.
Driver charged in death of Seattle protester who was hit by carA driver has been charged in the death of Summer Taylor, a 24-year-old protester killed during a demonstration on a closed highway on July Fourth in Seattle.
WATCH: Man rescued after being buried by landslide in JapanJapan is mobilizing tens of thousands of first responders to help search and rescue efforts amid dangerous flash flooding.
Stocks tumble after Supreme Court rules Trump must hand over tax returnsThe Dow and the broader US stock market tumbled on Thursday after the Supreme Court dealt a blow to the Trump administration.
St. Louis City employees attacked by protesters outside of City Hall, officials sayTwo St. Louis City employees were allegedly attacked by protesters outside of City Hall while attempting to tow vehicles parked illegally overnight.
Trio sought after St. Louis County school broken into, vandalizedA trio is being sought after a St. Louis County middle school was broken into and vandalized on July 6.