Rocket blasts off from Kennedy Space Center's Launch Complex 39A - where astronauts flew to the moon nearly a half-century ago.

SpaceX launches rocket from NASA's historic moon pad
Gun rights supporters and state GOP lawmakers are fighting huge gun permit fee increases proposed by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.

Governor's proposed gun permit fees come under fire
Officers assisting the U.S. Secret Service reported that a vehicle in the motorcade had been struck by what was believed to be a small, hard object.

President Trump's motorcade hit by wood; 5 students face charges
During a rally in Florida, Trump said "look what's happening last night in Sweden" as he alluded to past terror attacks in Europe.

Swedes baffled by Trump's suggestion of major incident
Reince Priebus pushes back against "Face the Nation" host John Dickerson in contentious interview.

White House chief of staff says take Trump seriously when he calls press "the enemy"
According to testimony at his preliminary hearing, Cesar Mauricio Estrada-Davila found his victims on social media between January and April 2015, telling them he was a modeling agent.

Calif. man sentenced to nearly 40 years for revenge porn
"There's still that hour you probably told everyone you know. Your told your friends, you put it on Facebook, and then - oops, it didn't happen," said Victoria Fashakan, a third-year medical student.

Not so fast on those acceptance notes, Columbia University says
The attack at Seattle Pacific University killed one student, but prosecutors asked for 111 years bringing despair -- not just to SPU -- but to the entire region.

Man sentenced to 112 years for deadly school shooting
One person was killed after being electrocuted after a tree downed power lines in the Los Angeles area.

Severe, deadly storm slams southern California
The former CIA director had been under consideration for the open national security adviser post.

Petraeus out of the running for national security adviser
At the Munich Security Conference, he also told European allies that the U.S. "strongly supports" NATO.

Mike Pence promises to hold Russia accountable
The highest ranking North Korean to defect in decades tells 60 Minutes the U.S. shouldn't underestimate the military threat from Kim Jong-un.

Don't underestimate Kim Jong-un, says North Korean defector
Trump leaves problems in Washington behind for holiday weekend amid efforts to stop damaging leaks to press.

"Chill" in flow of intelligence to Trump White House, sources say
In a county where more than half the residents are foreign-born, executive order has quickly spread fear and anger

Miami-Dade drops "sanctuary" status despite undocumented immigrants' fears
Despite misleading vice president, sources tell CBS News there is not enough evidence against Michael Flynn.

Michael Flynn unlikely to face charges for lying to FBI, sources say
Sources tell CBS News that there is a "chill" in the transfer of intelligence between agencies and the White House, in part due to President Trump's criticism of the community. CIA Director Mike Pompeo denies his agency is withholding any information. Major Garrett reports.

Trump heatedly complains to CIA chief about leaks
With climate-change skeptics in the White House, government funding is at risk.

Climate Diaries: Is eco-tourism the future of science funding?
In President Trump's news conference, he blamed the media, Congress, intelligence agencies and Hillary Clinton for his rough first four weeks in office. As Omar Villafranca reports, that's exactly what his supporters wanted to hear.

Trump supporters react to fiery press conference
11-year-old Charlotte felt compelled to follow Girl Scout law: "I will do my best to be honest"

Girl Scout takes on the mantle of truth in advertising
CBS News political director and "Face The Nation" moderator John Dickerson weighs in on President Trump's claim that the media, including CBS, is "the enemy of the American people."

Dickerson on Trump calling the media "the enemy of the American people"