Although they avoided drowning in an attempt to reach Europe, family is among thousands stranded in Hungary
The much-debated Iran nuclear deal appears to be a done deal. Senator Barbara Mikulski of Maryland became the 34th Democratic senator to endorse the plan.
Burnell Cotlon's dream is to see the struggling New Orleans neighborhood recover like the rest of the city
A San Francisco man went to court to break the will of a deceased woman who wanted her dog put down after her death
CBS News' Tracy Smith was in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina hit, covering the crisis that followed the storm
The right time may have arrived for vice president to consider a presidential campaign
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As manhunt continues for his killers, Lt. Joe Gliniewicz honored as "the policeman's policeman"
School district is currently $22 million in the red; teachers do not know when their next paycheck will come
A NASA scientist tells CBS News what the upcoming Matt Damon movie gets right about life on the Red Planet
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis has repeatedly refused to issue same-sex marriage licenses in defiance of the Supreme Court's ruling
Vice President Joe Biden delivered a speech about college affordability Wednesday at Miami-Dade College
China is shutting down nearly 2,000 Beijing factories and removing cars off the road ahead of a massive parade to mark 70 years since the end of World War II.
Police in Phoenix are hunting for a suspected sniper
A majority of police departments across the country are facing a shortage of recruits
Pope Francis announced a temporary change in the way the Catholic Church views women who've had abortions