John Boehner on ‘Crisis’ Between Cops and Black Communities
House Speaker John Boehner on Sunday called the current state of relations between black communities and the police a “national crisis. I think that if you look at what’s happened over the course of the last year, you’ve just got to scratch your head,” the Ohio Republican acknowledged on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
'Junk Yard Band' Manager Killed in Fiery Motorcycle Crash
Two people were killed Sunday after a motorcycle crashed into the back of a pickup truck and caught fire in Waldorf, according to Maryland State Police. The victims have been identified as Derek Anthony Colquitt, 47, of D.C. and Jeri Lanelle Whorton, 34, of White Plains, Md., police said.
Growing Field of GOP Candidates in Dash to White House
The Republican presidential field is set to expand this week to six candidates. Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina and retired pediatric neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson are all entering the race. CBS News political director and future "Face the Nation" host John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the race for 2016 and the impact of new book "Clinton Cash."
St. Louis Mom Sparks Investigation of City Hospital Officials
Zella Price recently reunited with her 50-year-old daughter after being told by officials at Homer G. Phillips in St. Louis, Mo., that her newborn died shortly after birth. But the baby girl was put up for adoption.
Marine's Emotional Reaction to Baltimore Cops Being Indicted
A black U.S marine in Baltimore is not the least bit impressed or excited about the indictments of 6 Baltimore police officers who falsely arrested and subsequently murdered Freddie Gray for simply making eye contact with one of the officers.