The ballots and polling stations are ready in Crimea on the eve of the referendum on whether to join the Russian Federation. Ukrainian soldiers remain blockaded in their bases and the head of Crimea's Ukrainian council hasn't been seen since his arrest last Sunday. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Brackets will be set tomorrow night for the NCAA basketball tournament. Warren Buffett is offering $1 billion to anyone who can get a perfect bracket. Jim Axelrod spoke with Davidson College math professor Tim Chartier on the probability of getting a perfect bracket.
The Federal Railroad Administration released a review of three deadly accidents including the Metro-North train derailment. The report said there was pressure at Metro-North to set aside safety to advance on-time performance. Terrell Brown reports.
In South Africa, televisions in the courtroom showed photos taken by police shortly after Oscar Pistorius shot his girlfriend
CBS News obtained new emails and internal memos regarding outbreak at Pittsburgh Veterans Affairs hospital
The father of Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza broke his silence for the first time since the December 2012 massacre