At least 37 dead as shallow temblor jolts residents awake across nation's mountainous midsection, crumbling buildings and burying families
A devastating earthquake strikes Italy's picturesque Umbria region, leaving dozens dead and missing, and Trump signals a change of course on immigrants
But the GOP's new campaign manager says Trump shouldn't release his taxes until his audit is completed
These records, recovered by the FBI during its investigation of Clinton’s private server could be released in early October
Huffington Post first reported that the Trump campaign paid a higher rent after the business-mogul launched his fundraising efforts
The ad, from the Koch-backed group Freedom Partners, will help test Republicans' argument that Clinton is a drag on the Democratic ticket
Unlike in the real world, Mary Aiken says cyberbullies leave a "trail of digital evidence," and has created an algorithm to help parents catch them
About 70 pregnant women are infected with the virus in Florida, where two tourist areas are home to at least 37 transmitted Zika cases
Man's family says the 29-year-old might not have known the trooper was after him, and the trooper might not have been trained to handle someone with a handicap
This could be one of the most important retirement choices you'll have to make, if you're lucky enough to have a pension
The American Heart Association has released its first-ever recommendations on daily added sugar intake for kids, but are they too strict?
Ride sharing giant has purchased a self-driving truck startup, and its first autonomous taxis will arrive in Pittsburgh as early as this month
"Most people spend almost half of their waking life at work and it’s important that you are able to find some joy," researcher says
Scientists have put together a mix of chemicals simpler than DNA — a step toward being alive
Young woman working the lunch shift was told by a customer they "only tip citizens," even though she's American-born
Anxiety about the election results may lead some Americans to consider migrating north -- and might lead Canadians to build themselves a huge wall
Scott Pelley reports on the Smithsonian and the Slave Wrecks Project's journey to recover the first artifacts known to be preserved from a slave ship
It's being called the financial technology, or fintech, revolution; Lesley Stahl meets some of the fintechies challenging the establishment
Company accused of providing faulty surgical gowns to U.S. hospitals also supplied gear to U.S. Strategic National Stockpile; Halyard Health denies the allegations
"60 Minutes" correspondent and managing editor and anchor of "CBS Evening News" anchor is best known for his work in front of the camera, but he's just as comfortable behind it
To mark the 30th anniversary of a case that made national headlines, "48 Hours" broadcasts the only interview with "Preppy Killer" Robert Chambers
An elite FBI agent shoots his estranged wife after he says she came after him with a knife -- was it self-defense or murder?
We wouldn’t have civilization without the invention of paper -- nor would we have the thrill of paper airplanes!
The legendary star of "An American in Paris" and "Gigi" says the best part of life isn't behind her
12-time Olympic medal winner loses backing of swimwear maker in ongoing fallout of scandal that erupted in Brazil
Highlights from the end of the Summer Games
Ted McDermott's memory is deteriorating with Alzheimer's, but when he sings with his son, he's himself again
GOP nominee's most recent comments on the topic came during a town hall with Sean Hannity
"60 Minutes" reports on the financial tech startups vying to serve millennials known as HENRYs -- "high earner, not rich yet"
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