A total of 50 deaths have been reported statewide Tuesday night, as blazes continue to ravage Northern and Southern California
Juul, the dominant maker of e-cigarettes, is pulling some of its most popular products from stores. It may have been done as a preemptive strike before the federal government could act. CBS News correspondent Anna Werner meets Meredith Berkman with the group "Parents Against Vaping E-cigarettes."
Sources tell CBS News Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen will be leaving, but the timing is uncertain. If she is forced out, that could result in the departure of Chief of Staff John Kelly. CBS News national correspondent Chip Reid reports.
The Camp Fire in northern California is now the state's deadliest, with 42 people killed. More than 200 are still unaccounted for, prompting survivors to search for their missing loved ones. CBS News correspondent Mireya Villarreal has the latest.
Anti-Jewish hate crimes spiked about 37 percent between 2016 and 2017, FBI says; hate crimes overall rose 17 percent
There's a winner in Amazon's nationwide contest for a second headquarters. The online giant picked two locations, New York and Arlington, Virginia. Wired editor in chief Nicholas Thompson reports.
The report cites many instances where medical personal expressed concern or protected the health of the detainees