Aid agencies including the Peace Corps have begun pulling staffers from West Africa amid new worries that the Ebola epidemic is spiraling out of control
Dr. Jon LaPook joins the "CBS This morning" co-hosts to discuss how the Ebola virus poses threat to health workers and whether the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is equipped to help stop its spread
Lack of education about the virus means many West African families are unknowingly putting themselves at grave risk
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promises to shut down every Hamas tunnel, even if there's a truce
Exclusively on "CBS This Morning", world-class tennis player Caroline Wozniacki and marathon runner Meb Keflezighi announce their plans to run in this year's New York City Marathon
The Department of Transportation is being asked to implement a new technology that would help alert parents if their child is left alone inside
Russell Simmons and Dr. John Denninger join the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss the practice.
Many of airlines are re-routing flights to avoid traveling through war zones and other international hot spots
After making a name for himself in TV comedy, Chris Pratt is now an action star
After former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura won a defamation case against the author of "American Sniper," the book's publisher agreed to remove the offending passage from future printings
Consumer Reports published an investigation into over-the-counter painkillers
Take a look at some of the photo booth images from behind the scenes in the "CBS This Morning" Toyota Green Room
What did Colin Powell know, and when did he know it?
The Republican-controlled House of Representatives agreed Wednesday to file a federal lawsuit against President Obama over his 2010 health care law
Work may stop for nearly 2,500 performers, musicians and crew unless negotiations are settled by midnight
U.S. citizen Moner Mohammad Abusalha, responsible for carrying out a suicide bombing attack in Syria, reportedly visited his home in Florida before carrying out his attack
More than 18,000 applicants sent in photos from around the world as part of National Geographic's annual traveler photo contest
An investigation into the accounts of Former IRS director Lois Lerner may have found a smoking gun -- an email in which Lerner describes the GOP as "crazies."
Newlight Technologies method may satisfy both sides of the climate change debate
The Pentagon is trying to figure out how a young man breached security and managed to lodge himself in a hidden location near the wheel well of an American military plane
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