Hinckley had been at a psychiatric facility in Washington, D.C., since shooting the president and others in 1981
Bill Clinton describes many sides of Hillary in DNC speech, and a probe finds an industry saying one thing and possibly doing another with health-related items
Opens up about the moment he met Hillary and how she opened his eyes to a new world of public service; spells out why she'd make a great president
President Obama and former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg are among those scheduled to address the convention
The latest on what's happening at, around and related to the Democratic National Convention
The American people have known countless first ladies, but how should male spouse of a U.S. president be addressed?
Jerry Emmett was born before women gained the right to vote; she announced that the Arizona delegation was casting 51 of its 85 votes for Hillary Clinton
The best moments from the DNC
Protests begin as the Democrats meet to nominate Hillary Clinton
Helped make Clinton's nomination official when the roll call got to his home state of Vermont
Lena! Meryl! Alicia! Bill! Night two of the Democratic National Convention was all about stoking the base
Preteen girls group charmed Trump supporters in Florida, but the relationship with the campaign soured
GOP nominee is suing two celebrity chefs who refused to build restaurants in a new Trump building
GOP nominee said he "always knew now-former DNC chair was overrated"
CBS late night host James Corden "interviewed" Hillary Clinton and her vice presidential pick, Indiana Sen. Tim Kaine
The good and bad of Clintonomics: Here's what she gets right about the economy -- and what she gets wrong
House Democrat sat down for an interview along with his twin brother, HUD Secretary Julian Castro
Hillary Clinton and her running mate, Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, speak to Scott Pelley in their first joint interview
Although Americans continue to feel the effects of the housing crash, ground zero for the collapse is healing fast
Researchers are making strides toward understanding how to lower risk, but are news stories too hopeful?
First-of-its-kind alarm from General Motors alerts drivers at the end of trips if the rear door was previously opened, reminding them to check the back seat
CBS News took to the streets of cities across the U.S. to ask everyday Americans about how they perceive race relations
Bill Whitaker meets some of the people behind the popular organization that grants the wishes of seriously ill children
A disturbing burglary and then a brutal murder -- who wanted a beautiful young mother dead?
If you're approaching your golden years home-rich and cash-poor, you'll want to carefully consider your options
Robert Gates says the next president needs to have a tougher stance towards Russian President Vladimir Putin
Writer-actor-director was behind such TV hits as "The Odd Couple" and "Happy Days," and the movies "Pretty Woman" and "The Princess Diaries"
Thanks to Laurance Rockefeller, Virgin Islands National Park contains a piece of paradise protected from over-development
President will take the convention stage to make the case for another history-making nominee
Former president spoke at length about their courtship and love story, noting she's spent her life helping others
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