Your daily news recap: A thwarted attack, Trump and a missing body

Friends on vacation stop massacre

The three friends from the United States traveled in Europe as vacationers. Now the world knows them as heroes.
Anthony Sadler, Spencer Stone and Alek Skarlatos were aboard a high-speed train en route to Paris from Amsterdam when a gunman opened fire.
    Along with two others -- a French national and a Briton -- they charged, tackled and subdued him, officials said.

    Trump wants donations, but 'no strings attached'

    Donald Trump says he'll take donations to his presidential campaigns, but not from lobbyists who will expect something in return.
    The real estate mogul's comments, during a Sunday appearance on CBS' "Face the Nation," came a week after he said he's willing to spend $1 billion on his own campaign. Trump said he wants campaign contributions but only if there are "no strings attached."

    Texas woman's remains likely stolen from funeral home

    Just hours after Julie Mott's family mourned their loss at her funeral, grief struck once again when the young woman's body disappeared.
    "It is believed that in the hours after the funeral service, someone came into the funeral home and stole her remains," San Antonio police said.
    The 25-year-old Texan died after a long bout with cystic fibrosis.