National News | WRHL National News 2017-05-25T12:06:14Z National News Sextuplets born to couple trying to conceive for 17 years A Virginia hospital says its staff has successfully delivered sextuplets and the three boys and three girls are thriving Crews dismantling Joe Arpaio's "Tent City" complex Sheriff Paul Penzone, who ousted Sheriff Joe Arpaio last year, said the closure of the tents is about improving the county's jails Prison brawl leads guards to open fire on inmates, authorities say Guards fired nearly two-dozen rounds at inmates after fistfight sparked mayhem at Pelican Bay State Prison near Oregon border Florida undercover gator farm nabs 9 men on 44 felony charges Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation​ set up covert op four years ago in effort to track down unpermitted alligator and alligator egg sales Trump to meet with NATO leaders in Brussels President Trump will meet with NATO leaders in Brussels on Thursday. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett gave a preview of what to expect from the upcoming meetings on CBSN. Mysterious person claims huge lotto jackpot just 2 days before deadline Someone in New York saw news coverage and checked his or her ticket and showed up to claim the prize on Tuesday TSA quietly testing new screening procedures for carry-ons Airport travelers may soon have to put food, paper and additional electronics larger than a cellphone in separate bins Companies pull ads from Sean Hannity's show The Fox News host has come under fire for giving coverage to conspiracy theories about an unsolved Washington, D.C. murder​ Inmates learn Braille in hopes of getting work after prison "To know I could actually do something good for somebody, that is good to know," one inmate said Four climbers found dead in "death zone" on Mount Everest Four climbers were found dead on Mount Everest Wednesday, bringing the total deaths this climbing season to 10. The bodies were found in a camp near the summit, and carbon monoxide poisoning is suspected. Jim Axelrod has more. Even after Fox News retraction, some still pushing Seth Rich conspiracy theory Most of official Washington believes that Russia was behind the hacking of Democratic National Committee emails. But some supporters of President Trump have been pushing an alternate theory: that Seth Rich, a DNC employee, stole the emails and gave them to WikiLeaks -- and for doing so became the victim of an unsolved murder. Chip Reid reports. Fake document possibly from Russians may have influenced Clinton email investigation Sources say the FBI obtained the potentially game-changing document in the spring of 2016. It cited a purported email saying that then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch assured Hillary Clinton's campaign that she wouldn't let the investigation into her private email server get too far. Julianna Goldman reports. 5/24: CBS Evening News Manchester bomber recently in Libya and possibly Syria, investigators say; mother of Manchester victim grieves. Police: Tattooed "Joker" arrested for waving gun at cars Lawrence Sullivan, 29, was in possession of a Smith & Wesson .380 in one of his pockets, according to police Woman claiming to be partially blind pulls knife on waitress Police say the woman robbed a Friendly's waitress at knifepoint in Quincy, Mass. Facebook updates trending topics to highlight sources The company said a redesign will allows users to see a wider variety of coverage around a given topic High school student with cancer not allowed to graduate Meredith Erck, 17, had colon cancer before being diagnosed with brain cancer and hasn't completed all her credits Interfraternity CEO says culture change necessary on campuses Judson Horras' organization represents 69 men's fraternities including the Penn State fraternity where a student died earlier this year Texas couple gets engaged during tornado chase Alex Bartholomew got down on one knee and proposed to his girlfriend, Britney Cayton, while chasing a tornado in Texas Ice Bucket Challenge family in need Pete Frates, the Massachusetts man with ALS who helped raise millions for the disease through the Ice Bucket Challenge, is now in need of round-the-clock medical care at great cost to his family. Paul Burton of CBS Boston station WBZ reports. WRHL 2017-05-25T05:06:14Z