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State attorneys general are the top law enforcement officials in each state.That power has gotten the attention of lobbyists, who at one lavish retreat gave large donations for access to AGs. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes reports.
Across the country, teachers are being asked to participate in active shooter drills, designed to keep their students safe. But one educator in Arizona says even though she knows it's a drill, it can still be scary. CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz gets a teacher's perspective.
Former deputy sheriff Eric Frost now runs a company that conducts active shooter training, including for teachers. CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz talks to him about why it's important for preschools to be prepared.
The National Flood Insurance Program was established 50 years ago to help flood victims. But a CBS News investigation found that's often not the case, with much of the money that should help homeowners rebuild instead going to the very people fighting against them.
The father of a son battling leukemia was facing deportation, so he decided to take refuge inside a Phoenix church. On Monday, he was granted a stay and 1-year work permit. CBS News national correspondent Manuel Bojorquez has the latest.
CBS News investigation showed how U.S. military have been tricked into getting unnecessary medical tests that are billed to Pentagon's insurance plan
CBS News is exposing an insurance scam where taxpayers are the victims; and U.S. military members are tricked into helping pull off the fraud
Following a mass shooting at a mall, an intense manhunt is underway about 60 miles north of Seattle. Five people are dead, and the suspect, described as a male in his teens or 20s, is on the run. Carter Evans reports.
A CBS News investigation looks into whether vital U.S. military intelligence was withheld from President Obama in order to influence policy on fighting ISIS in Iraq
Patrick Morrisey was once a lobbyist representing pharmaceutical trade group funded by some drug distributors that West Virginia is now suing in opioid crisis
Lead poisoning victim Crystal Linton says she didn't understand what she was doing when she signed over her settlement money to a finance company; CBS News spoke to two dozen others in similar situations
Dr. Michael Kostenko has written more than 40,000 prescriptions for oxycodone in the last two years -- 3 of his patients have died
Critics of the Wounded Warrior Project -- including a former employee, a top donor, and the founders -- are speaking out about the firing of the CEO and COO
The CEO and COO of America's largest veterans' charity canned following CBS News investigation into lavish spending practices
After a CBS News investigation found just over half of donations to the Wounded Warrior Project go to helping wounded vets, donors are calling for major changes
Records obtained by CBS News show cheese at Castle Cheese was stored in an un-refrigerated room; and Listeria was found ten times
Controversy surrounds the "baby hatch," a place where desperate parents in China can leave a baby they can't care for. The increasing number of abandoned newborns has overwhelmed the government system, causing hatches to shut down. One family faces criminal charges after finding out they left their baby to die at a closed "hatch." Seth Doane reports.
A primer on the Justice Department's controversial gun-tracking program
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Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.), Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee told CBS News' Christopher Scholl why he has subpoenaed documents from the ATF regarding "gunwalking" as a result of their refusal to release information.