National News | WRHL http://www.wrhl.net/pages/index.cfm?id=491 National News 2017-06-26T08:55:47Z National News Eerie photos of abandoned malls Where have all the shoppers gone? Poor FDA regulation causes adverse health effects for consumers Adverse effects from cosmetic products have doubled in recent years. Dr. Arielle Nagler joins CBSN to discuss what's behind the recent spike. Study: Health insurance saves lives As the debate continues about repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, new research shows having health insurance saves lives. CBS News' Nikki Battiste has more about the study. Woman convicted in death of girl locked in plastic box Sammantha Allen, 28, was accused of helping her husband lock Ame Deal in a box that was left outside overnight as punishment in July 2011 Was pilot sought in triple murder entangled in love triangle? Friends tell media outlets that a person of interest sought after 3 people were found shot dead at his Idaho farmhouse last week had a girlfriend, though he was married TSA finds massive lobster in checked luggage A 20-pound live lobster was spotted inside checked luggage at Boston's Logan International Airport. The TSA says there's nothing wrong with bringing a live lobster on a plane in a proper container. They just thought you would like to see this one. More than 1,100 firefighters called in to battle massive Utah blaze At least 1,500 residents have been forced to leave their mountainside communities in Utah while they anxiously wait to find out if anything is left of their homes. Jamie Yuccas has more. Why convictions are so rare for officers involved in fatal shootings From Cincinnati to Milwaukee to Minnesota, three trials in seven days all ended with juries not convicting police officers charged with fatally shooting black men. Mireya Villarreal reports. Pharmacy co-owner gets 9 years for role in deadly outbreak Hundreds of cases of fungal meningitis were traced to unsanitary conditions in preparing doses of steroids at New England Compounding Center. In March, Barry Cadden was convicted on conspiracy and fraud charges, but not on acts of second degree murder related to racketeering. Jim Axelrod has more. Drinking water in North Carolina being tested for toxic substance At a plant 80 miles upstream from Wilmington, North Carolina, a substance called GenX is manufactured by DuPont and Chemours. Company officials recently revealed that the chemical has been released into the river for nearly four decades. CBO projects Senate health bill would drive up number of uninsured Sen. John McCain said he's staying on the fence after congressional number crunchers determined that the Senate GOP health care bill would result in 22 million more Americans going without coverage by 2026. According to the CBO, the biggest drop in coverage would come in 2018, when 15 million more people would be uninsured. Nancy Cordes reports. Supreme Court allows parts of Trump's travel ban to take effect The federal government will gear up to start denying visas to certain people from six Muslim-majority countries, as the Supreme Court handed President Trump his first victory in the legal appeals over his travel ban. The ban is expected to take effect within 72 hours. Jan Crawford reports. 6/26: CBS Evening News The federal government will gear up to start denying visas to certain people from six Muslim-majority countries, as the Supreme Court handed President Trump his first victory in the legal appeals over his travel ban; Twenty years ago Monday, Harry Potter was born. Pharmacy head sentenced to 9 years in prison for meningitis outbreak Barry Cadden, 50, was acquitted of second-degree murder charges but was convicted on conspiracy and fraud charges Flint airport officer stabbed in attack released from hospital Jeff Neville was discharged on Monday, days after he was stabbed in an attack at Bishop International Airport 50 states, 50 amusement parks See some of the best coasters, slides and rides across the U.S. Medical student dies in apparent hiking accident Authorities say the 24-year-old University of South Carolina medical student went for a hike on Friday in the Andes Mountains and didn't return Emmett Till marker vandalized in Mississippi The sign remembers Emmett Till, a black teenager who was kidnapped and lynched in 1955 California's massive water tunnels win first crucial approval U.S. wildlife officials say the $16 billion project likely will not endanger species in the largest freshwater estuary on the West Coast N.J. rabbi, wife among couples charged in public benefits fraud case The rabbi and his wife were charged with collecting more than $338,000 in benefits prosecutors said they weren't entitled to WRHL 2017-06-27T01:55:47Z http://www.wrhl.net/pages/index.cfm?id=491