After 11th hour drama to avoid a shut down of the Department of Homeland Security, some are questioning the job security of House Speaker John Boehner amid divisions within the House Republican caucus
Just a few hours before midnight, President Obama signed a bill extending funding for the Department of Homeland Security for just one week
Boris Nemtsov denounced the policies of Russian President Vladimir Putin hours before he was gunned down
A 1975 "CBS Evening News" report featured a pilot program by the Department of Justice that would revolutionize law enforcement
The party at the pump is over. Gas is averaging $2.37 per gallon nationwide, up 34 cents in the last month
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Excitement greeting Duke of Cambridge in Japan as much about memory of his mother as the prince himself
Doctors at Phoenix Children’s Hospital have successfully transplanted a heart into an infant just six days old
After a picture of a dress that sparked so much debate over what color it was, neuroscientists weigh in on the question of perception
Seventeen members of the Coast Guard who man the cutter Sturgeon Bay are no strangers to the ice
Heavy thunderstorms and 50-mph winds wreaked havoc in South Florida
For six months he was the masked face of terror, but now, the world has seen the real face of Mohammed Emwaz
Leonard Nimoy, who portrayed more than 250 characters, and had his career defined by his 1966 debut as Mr. Spock on "Star Trek," has died
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush took on a tough crowd comprised of his own party at CPAC on Friday.
The law enforcement dilemma: How best to identify potential terrorist threats and ISIS supporters who may mask their true intent
Two llamas paralyzed a Phoenix-area suburb Thursday, running amok as authorities chased them up and down streets
"It feels great, it feels like freedom," said one D.C. resident who smoked pot legally for the first time Thursday
A who's who of conservatives, including potential GOP presidential hopefuls, converged on Washington for the annual conference.
Piles have turned into mountains for one company who is struggling to gets shipments out to consumers
A lack of resources has hindered efforts to clear the snow that has buried people inside their homes
A CBS News investigation has uncovered more problems within the Department of Veteran Affairs
50 years after Malcolm X was assassinated, a student at Brown University found the woman who debated him on that very campus
"It's hard to imagine a world where your cable company gets to decide which websites load fastest"
Some groups don't accept apology from Veterans Administration secretary Bob McDonald for falsely saying he served in the special forces
After keeping a low profile over the past few months, Hillary Clinton spoke to a group of about 5,000 women in Silicon Valley
Co-owner of the compounding pharmacy explains why she refused the FDA's request to recall products inspectors said had "sterility failures"
The U.S. Justice Department announced it will not prosecute George Zimmerman on civil rights charges in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin
Documents obtained by CBS News point to economic factors in the decision to exclude cargo pilots from measures meant to improve safety
Willie Murphy's workouts include dead-lifting more than twice her own weight and putting up 125 pounds on the bench press