NEW YORK (AP) — "60 Minutes" landed the first extensive interview with President-elect Donald Trump.
CBS announced on Thursday that Lesley Stahl will interview Trump on Friday at his home in New York City. "60 Minutes" broadcasted the interview, which focused on Trump's election, on Sunday night.
Stahl also spoke to Trump's family, including incoming first lady Melania and children Ivanka, Tiffany, Eric and Donald Jr.
The president-elect met with President Obama on Thursday at the White House.
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A touching show of solidarity was on display Sunday as the body of fallen San Diego firefighter Cory Iverson returned to San Diego.
A small plane crashed and burned in an El Cajon parking lot shortly after takeoff Sunday, sending three people to a hospital.
One person was killed and at least two others injured in a two-car crash on Old Highway 395 near Pala Mesa Resort on Sunday.
A driver's license and drunken driving checkpoint in Poway resulted in four arrests, sheriff's officials said Sunday.
Despite recent windy, dry conditions, some San Diegans were treated to cool weather, and in some areas, light sprinkles this weekend.
Distraught doesn't begin to describe the family of Jermaine Barnes, a Mountain View man left with life-threatening brain injuries after he was hit by a car Friday night outside of his home.
Gun owners were given the chance to trade in their unwanted firearms for cash or a skateboard at a gun buyback event hosted by local police and faith leaders on Saturday.
More than 140 children received early Christmas gifts Saturday thanks to a local church and the county's bravest men and women.