FBI Presumes Deadly Navy Base Shooting Was 'Act Of Terrorism'
The FBI said Sunday that it will "work with the presumption that this was an act of terrorism" after a shooting at a Florida Navy base left three sailors dead. The gunman has been identified as Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, 21, a Saudi national who was a naval student at Naval Air Station Pensacola.
Coyle Parents Mourning, Asks For Christmas Cards For Stillborn Baby
Jordann and David Hampton were planning to have the most perfect gift anyone could ask for this Christmas. Their first baby; a little boy named Bayne. But two weeks before little Bayne was supposed to come into this world, something went horribly wrong. He was stillborn.
WATCH: Pearl Harbor Remembrance Ceremony Held At USS Oklahoma Anchor
A ceremony was held for Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Saturday, December 7 at USS Oklahoma Anchor in northeast Oklahoma City. The USS Oklahoma was moored in Battleship Row Dec. 7, 1941, when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. Thirty-two Sailors were recovered alive, but 429 were killed.
Brother Says Pensacola Shooting Victim Saved Countless Lives: 'He Died A Hero'
Joshua Kaleb Watson was one of three people killed by a gunman Friday at Naval Air Station Pensacola, CBS News has learned. The 23-year-old graduated this year from the United States Naval Academy, CBS News' David Begnaud reports.
5-Year-Old Boy's Entire Class Shows Up For His Adoption Hearing
A 5-year-old boy invited his entire kindergarten class to be part of his special day. Michael Orlando Clark Jr. was officially adopted on Thursday and all his friends showed up to the Kent County Courthouse in Michigan to celebrate with him.
Details Emerge About UPS Driver Killed In Shootout After Being Taken Hostage In Police Chase
Four people, including a UPS driver and a bystander, were killed Thursday after robbers stole the driver's truck and led police on a chase that ended in gunfire at a busy Florida intersection during rush hour, the FBI said.
Uber Reveals Over 3,000 Sexual Assaults Reported In US Rides In 2018
Uber received 3,045 reports of sexual assault during U.S. rides in 2018, the company revealed in a wide-reaching safety report. The report comes as the ride-sharing company faces increased scrutiny over the safety of riders — and drivers — who use the app.