The selling piazza where dual reporters were gunned down on live radio Wednesday is reopening to a open today. Reporter Alison Parker and photographer Adam Ward of CBS associate WDBJ in Roanoke were killed in a ambush. CBS News is training some-more about a gunman’s actions following a lethal shooting, as good as his hilly practice history. Jeff Pegues reports from Moneta, Virginia.
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New Orleans mislaid some-more than half a race after Hurricane Katrina. For many, there was no place to live. Some 134,000 homes were shop-worn or broken though given then, 81 percent have been reconstructed, interjection to an army of builders. CBS News match Michelle Miller reports on a ongoing effort.
Ten years ago this week, America watched helplessly as a dear city was scarcely swallowed by a sea. “60 Minutes” was on a belligerent in New Orleans within days, capturing Hurricane Katrina’s distressing issue for a story. Whole neighborhoods were submerged in ghastly H2O as unfortunate residents waited for rescue.
Along with all a glad-handing, branch speeches and posing, there is another buttress of presidential campaigning: bashing China. Chip Reid reports from a White House, that is removing prepared to horde China’s president, notwithstanding flourishing vigour not to from a debate trail.
The Florida senator has billed himself as a uninformed face for a GOP — though is he regressive adequate to win over a grassroots? (This is a latest in a stability array examining where a 2016 possibilities mount on 5 pivotal issues: education, immigration, a economy, amicable issues and unfamiliar policy.)
Former Vice President Dick Cheney was altered privately — as was his perspective of a universe — by a Sep 11th militant attacks, he tells match Lee Cowan in an talk to be promote on “Sunday Morning” Aug 30. Among other things, Cheney says it done him some-more of a “hard rock.”
The 2015 MTV Video Music Awards atmosphere Sunday night, and a song industry’s biggest stars will be there to conflict for their Moonmen. Watch performances of a songs nominated for Video of a Year, afterwards expel your opinion here for your favorite.
“NCIS: New Orleans” star Scott Bakula helped furnish a new docu-series called “New Orleans, Here Now,” 10 years after Katrina. He told CBS News he’s depressed in adore with New Orleans — and how it came to be.