The Dow Jones plunged 469 points Tuesday amid continued unease over China
Law enforcement agencies are searching a Chicago suburb for three men suspected of killing Fox Lake Police Lieutenant Charles Joseph Gliniewicz
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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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
Despite a court order, County Clerk Kim Davis says she is denying the marriage licenses, "Under God's authority"
New emails show Hillary Clinton and her staff were sometimes frustrated when they couldn't share classified documents over her private Internet server
Desperate to escape war and poverty, migrants have become stranded far from their homes, but short of their destinations
New leaders of the sport's governing body lay out mission to diversify the overwhelmingly white sport
But one police captain acknowledges changing the relationship between citizens and law enforcement will be "no quick fix"
Shannon Miles, who is accused of shooting and killing Harris County Sheriff's Deputy Darren Goforth "excecution-style" was ordered held without bond Monday
Non-politicians dominating GOP field in Iowa with Ben Carson and Donald Trump sharing lead; Sanders closing in on Clinton