National: Breaking US News from CBS News


Here is the latest National News from CBS News.

Suspect in 5 murders in Kansas and Missouri caught
Massive manhunt was launched for illegal immigrant from Mexico after quadruple shooting that was followed by fifth

Analysis: What is next for Trump after Tuesday wins?
After winning the Michigan and Mississippi primaries, is the coast clear for Donald Trump or can Ted Cruz reverse his momentum?

Trump wins Michigan, Mississippi
Donald Trump wins both the Michigan and Mississippi primaries, despite this week’s GOP efforts to get voters turn away from him

Clinton wins Mississippi; Michigan a tossup
Hillary Clinton wins the Mississippi primary by a large margin, but the Michigan primary is too close to call

Are Clinton and Trump unstoppable?
“Face the Nation” anchor John Dickerson discusses Tuesday’s primary results and what they mean moving forward

Massive manhunt underway for man suspected in 5 fatal shootings
Officers search farmland for man suspected of killings in Missouri and Kansas; ICE says suspect was deported to Mexico in 2004

Second Wachowski sibling comes out as transgender
Four years after “Matrix” filmmaker Lana Wachowski revealed she was transgender, her sibling and filmmaking partner has also come out as trans

Police: Suspect in shooting of Idaho pastor arrested outside White House
Pastor, who was shot six times last weekend, has regained consciousness and is talking with his family

Republican presidential candidates face off for delegates
Tuesday is a critical night in the race for the Republican nomination

Democrats battle for Michigan, Mississippi delegates
Michigan and Mississippi offer 166 delegates in Tuesday’s Democratic primaries.

Will attacks on Trump have primary impact?
“Face the Nation” anchor John Dickerson discusses Tuesday’s primaries and what we can expect in the polls

Violent storms hit Southern Plains
The Southern Plains states are getting pounded by tornadoes, hail and high water

Heavy rain may be to blame for Calif. train derailment
Soaking rains may have been what caused a commuter train to jump the tracks in Northern California

China’s slowing economy leaves millions of jobs at stake
The Dow dropped 109 points amid concerns that China’s economic slowdown will drag on the rest of the world’s economies

Female WWII service pilot’s Arlington burial request denied
Women Airforce Service Pilots were tasked with helping train the male pilots during WWII. But they weren’t considered active duty

Family of female WWII pilot fighting for her Arlington wishes
WASPs — Women’s Airforce Service Pilots who helped train male pilots during World War II — are not allowed to be buried at Arlington

Southern Plains slammed by violent weather
Tornadoes, hail and high water are pounding the Southern Plains causing extensive damage for miles

Unstoppable Steph Curry breaks NBA 3-pointer record
Steph Curry of the Golden State Warriors is on pace to hit more than 400 three-point shots this season; his style is changing the face of the game

Sponsors drop Sharapova after doping revelation
Future unclear for world’s highest paid female athlete after she announces she tested positive for banned substance in January

9 questions about Trump University answered
More than 150 former students allege it was a fraud; CBS News tackles common questions asked about Donald Trump’s university

96-year-old California man charged with molesting girls
Southern California man remains jailed, making him one of the oldest inmates in the Orange County jail system

Bernie Sanders holds rally in Miami
Bernie Sanders held a large rally at the James L. Knight Center in downtown Miami on the night of the Michigan and Mississippi primaries

NYPD officer shot in Brooklyn
Two suspects taken into custody; police returned fire on one of suspects, who was believed to have fired the gun in the incident

How will Donald Trump fare in Tuesday’s primaries?
Four states’ delegates are up for grabs Tuesday, with Michigan having the most to offer

Dad saves son from flying baseball bat
One father’s quick thinking saved his son from what could have been a serious injury at a game

Officials: Inmates attacked staff at Neb. prison
The attack occurred in the same southeast Nebraska prison where prisoners rioted last spring, officials say

Sorority, fraternity members jailed for allegedly running drug ring
Three sorority and three fraternity members at University of California at Santa Cruz were arrested for taking part in MDMA drug ring, police say

Cops: Alleged gang member caught with weapons stash
A Fresno officer stopped Khamprasong Thammavong, whose face and head are covered in tattoos, for a traffic violation

Car nearly crashes into California TV reporter while on air
The station, CBS affiliate KTVU, showed a clip on its Twitter feed Tuesday of reporter Alex Savidge on air before there was a loud bang

Prosecutor: NY doctor’s death was “an ambush”
Julius Reich is accused of stabbing his estranged pediatrician wife nearly two dozen times in their Scarsdale, New York mansion

New Jersey trooper dies after being hit at accident scene
He had responded to an accident on Interstate 295 around 8:15 p.m. Monday, which left one car on fire

Early 20th century: Women in the workplace
In honor of International Women’s Day, March 8, we take a look back at women in the workplace in the early 20th century

Whole Foods responds to $6 pre-peeled orange Twitterstorm
Social media users take up arms over #Orangegate after woman shares picture of peeled oranges in plastic containers

Oregon occupier’s killing justified, officials say
Oregon State Police opened fire during a traffic stop in January, killing Robert “LaVoy” Finicum

Prosecutor: NY doctor’s murder was an “ambush”
Julius Reich is charged with murdering his wife Robin Goldman in the shower, at their mansion in Scarsdale, New York

Virginia is 1st state to legalize, regulate fantasy sports
Fantasy sports have been under fire and attorneys general in New York, Illinois and Texas have issued opinions that the games are illegal

Convicted killer’s story of redemption after prison
Shaka Senghor is a college lecturer and MIT consultant

Candidate: Opponent’s supporters attacked me with bottle, staple gun
Illinois House candidate Robert Zwolinski decries “gangland warfare” – but his alleged attackers have a very different story

Maria Sharapova loses Nike sponsorship: #CBSNBusiness headlines
After failing a drug test at the Australian Open, tennis star Maria Sharapova is losing sponsorships like Nike and TAG Heuer

Will Maria Sharapova play professional tennis again?
After failing a drug test at the Australian Open, tennis star Maria Sharapova has been suspended from professional tennis

Cops seek suspect in quadruple Kansas killing
Police say the shooting happened late Monday.

​Prosecutors: Alabama man stole $200,000 in quarters
Federal authorities say a Brinks armored transportation employee took 784,000 quarters

Officer ordered to testify against other cops in Freddie Gray case
Court rules that Officer William Porter must testify against co-defendants charged in case of 25-year-old who died in police custody

Death Valley’s rare carpet of gold
A once-in-a-decade “super bloom” of wildflowers in Death Valley National Park

Cops: Woman charged in fatal mobile home robbery
Police say three men’s attempt to storm a mobile home quickly ended when one of the victims shot at the suspects, killing one

SeaWorld “saddened” by condition of killer whale that drowned trainer
Tilikum made headlines in 2010 when the six-ton orca dragged 40-year-old trainer Dawn Brancheau to her death

Chicago 9-year-old’s alleged “executioner” charged
Police say he lured boy into alley and shot him several times at close range due to boy’s father’s gang ties

California commuter train derails into rushing water
A tree downed during a storm is blamed for knocking the front of the train into the water

“Writing my wrongs”: Convicted killer on life transformation
Shaka Senghor made a deadly mistake 30 years ago, but he says his life today is proof that “humans are redeemable”

Reagan Presidential Library prepares for Nancy Reagan’s funeral
The White House says first lady Michelle Obama will attend Nancy Reagan’s private funeral

Erin Andrews awarded $55 million in stalker video lawsuit
The decision holds two hotel companies partially responsible for the breach of Andrews’ privacy

This Morning from CBS News, March 8, 2016
We explain contested conventions as GOP race raises prospect of first one in decades, and what do gun sellers love about Hillary Clinton?

Scott Kelly adjusting back on Earth after year in space
Kelly says it was easier to spend nearly a year in space than to get used to gravity again back on Earth

Police: Nude woman led deputies on high-speed chase
New Mexico woman is facing charges after wild chase that was captured on camera

Calif. commuter train partly derails, car lands in water
Crews struggle to evacuate partially submerged car; “absolute miracle” no one was killed, sheriff’s sergeant says

Prosecutors appeal ruling on accessing data in N.Y. iPhone case
Justice Department asked a Brooklyn federal court to reverse a decision that said Apple Inc. wasn’t required to pry open a locked iPhone

Fake parking tickets “rickroll” unsuspecting motorists in N.C.
Bogus tickets included code scanned with smartphones to pull up a music video for the 1987 Rick Astley song “Never Gonna Give You Up”

Suspected Indiana serial killer faces new charges
Police say Darren Vann confessed to killing seven women; bodies were found in 2014 in abandoned buildings in northwest Indiana

Polygamous towns discriminated against nonbelievers, jury finds
Trial marks one of the boldest efforts to confront what critics have long said was a corrupt regime in Colorado City, Arizona, and Hildale, Utah

Commuter train derails in Alameda County, California
ACE officials say 214 people were aboard the train; so far, several injuries have been reported

Dog saves the life of sleeping boy with type 1 diabetes
“Jedi” the dog performs heroic maneuver to alert mom that her 7-year-old son is in trouble

Funeral arrangements announced for Nancy Reagan
The former first lady will be buried next to her husband, President Ronald Reagan, at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California

Trump hits at Rubio with TV ads
Donald Trump has released TV ads critical of Marco Rubio in a bid to win the Florida primary next week

Democrats vie for Michigan delegates
Both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders covet a big win in the Michigan primary, where almost 150 delegates are at stake

Jury awards Erin Andrews $55 million in stalker case
Late Monday, a jury awarded sportscaster Erin Andrews $55 million

Lesley Stahl remembers Nancy Reagan
“60 Minutes” correspondent Lesley Stahl covered the Reagan administration during her career and has a look back at Nancy Reagan’s influence as First Lady

First woman to get uterus transplant in U.S. speaks out
CBS News contributor Dr. Tara Narula reports on the first woman in the U.S. to receive a transplanted uterus

Erin Andrews awarded $55 million in nude video case
Sports personality Erin Andrews has been awarded $55 million in her lawsuit against a Tennessee Marriott hotel, and a man who stalked and video taped her naked

Michael Bloomberg: I’m not running for president
Former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg announced he won’t be running for president, saying “he couldn’t win.”

Peyton Manning officially announces retirement
James Brown, CBS News special correspondent and host of “NFL Today,” discusses the 18-year career of Peyton Manning

How Nancy Reagan “found how to serve” in the White House
Nancy Reagan influenced her husband on many major presidential decisions during their time in the White House, and also went public on some controversial issues against Republican party positions

The quiet determination of Nancy Reagan
Nancy Reagan was not only involved behind the scenes influencing her husband on many decisions, but also went public on some controversial issues against Republican party positions

GOP candidates jockeying for Michigan
Republican candidates focus their energy on the next primary in Michigan, where Donald Trump currently holds a comfortable lead

Hulk Hogan takes stand in sex tape trial
Former professional wrestler Hulk Hogan is suing Gawker for publishing a sex tape of his online

Lawmaker introduces sex offender castration bill in Alabama
Bill would require sex offenders older than 21 to pay for their own surgical castration before being released from state custody

Hayden: military won’t follow Trump torture order
Donald Trump has raised eyebrows with his statements advocating the use of torture, a violation of international law, which prompted widespread backlash

Donald Trump increasingly compared to Adolf Hitler
Republican frontrunner Donald Trump is increasingly drawing comparisons to Adolf Hitler from different aspects of American and international society

Man arrested after trying to breach White House fence
U.S. Secret Service says a man who way trying to breach the White House fence was tackled and arrested

Spike Lee at Mizzou campus for film to focus on football team boycott
ESPN says the film examines how the Black Lives Matter Movement sparked activism at the University of Missouri last fall

Tennis superstar Maria Sharapova says she failed drug test
World’s highest paid female athete says she tested positive for banned drug at Australian Open

Driver escapes cops in “Mystery Machine”
Police in California are looking for a woman who led cops on a high-speed chase before abandoning the vehicle

3D printer helps Chihuahua without front legs get around
Leo, a Chihuahua from California, may have been born without his front legs; but thanks to a prosthetic, that isn’t slowing him down

Contents of Harper Lee’s will to remain a secret
Alabama judge has ordered the will of the late “To Kill a Mockingbird” author to be sealed from public view

Amid drug shortage, Virginia Senate approves use of electric chair
Like many states, Virginia has struggled to obtain lethal-injection drugs because drug companies have protested their use in execution

Remembering Nancy Reagan’s legacy
The nation, including President Barack Obama, remembers Nancy Reagan’s legacy during the Reagan administration and after

Jury awards big payout to Erin Andrews in nude video suit
Jurors had to decide if hotel was partially responsible for man taking nude videos of the sportscaster in her room

President Obama: Nancy Reagan “will be missed”
The former first lady will be buried next to her husband in Simi Valley, California

Peggy Noonan and Bill Plante remember Nancy Reagan
Former first lady Nancy Reagan died on Sunday from heart failure in Los Angeles

Naked woman dancing atop 18-wheeler slows traffic in Houston
Bizarre scene follows 3-vehicle crash on Highway 290 during morning rush hour

Former defense secretary on Donald Trump’s torture policy
Former Secretary of Defense William Cohen, who served under President Bill Clinton in the 1990’s, joins CBSN from Washington, D.C.

Naked standoff on Texas highway
After a rush-hour car crash shut down part of Highway 290 in Houston, a woman stripped off her clothes and sat on top of the cab of a big rig truck

Peyton Manning officially retires from the NFL
The NFL’s all-time leading passer tearfully said good-bye to the NFL. Peyton Manning announced his retirement before an audience of reporters, Broncos officials and teammates

Peyton Manning: “I fought a good fight”
Manning says tearful good-bye to NFL as its all-time leading passer and winningest starting quarterback

Horse put down after accident at ski race in Colorado
Animal had to be euthanized after breaking its leg during “skijoring” event that is part rodeo and part ski race

Supreme Court makes ruling on Alabama lesbian adoption
Justices throw out ruling by the Alabama Supreme Court in a dispute between two women whose long-term relationship ended bitterly

Republicans clearly favoring Donald Trump, Ted Cruz so far
GOP front-runner Donald Trump won two states on Super Saturday, leaving him with 81 more delegates than Sen. Ted Cruz in second place

Bernie Sanders struggles to stop Hillary Clinton’s momentum
Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton has more than 600 delegates than Sen. Bernie Sanders

Does Ted Cruz have enough support to take on Donald Trump alone?
The Republican field may shrink in the next week or so if Sen. Marco Rubio’s campaign continues to struggle

Jury begins deliberations in Erin Andrews’ nude video suit
Jurors must decide if hotel should be held partially responsible for stalker taking nude videos of sportscaster

Boston bombing survivor, college classmate killed in car crash
Two Northeastern University students, one of whom survived the Boston Marathon bombings, die in car crash in Dubai

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