People trying to find out whether their vehicles have a potentially-deadly airbag defect are having trouble getting accurate information
The well-respected editor was best known for his leadership of the paper through the Watergate scandal
Democrats in close elections are reluctant to appear with a president with sagging political popularity
Teenager, now a prisoner, says he was given anti-anxiety drug and forced to fight for Islamic militants.
As government officials ramp up efforts to slow the Ebola virus, the CDC schooled a large group of healthcare workers on updates to treatment protocol
The international track star will swap the glory of the Olympics for a tiny cell in a maximum security prison in Pretoria
Forty-one percent of Americans admit to "falling asleep or nodding off" at the wheel, according to AAA
President Obama was casting his ballot early for the upcoming midterm elections when Mike Jones, a local voter, told him: “Don't touch my girlfriend"
Celebrities and members of the fashion world pay tribute to the iconic designer who died Monday night at 82
Adults who have survived Ebola care for the orphans left in its wake; finding homes for the children is difficult because of stigma about the disease
The owners of nearly five million vehicles with a potentially deadly airbag defect are being urged to bring them in for repairs
A man whose alleged confession to one murder led Indiana police to the grisly discovery of six other bodies has been identified by authorities as 43-year-old Darren Vann
As health officials struggle to treat those infected with Ebola, massive amounts of medical waste contaminated by the virus is created every day
Holly Williams meets Jeremy Woodward, an American who served in the U.S. military for eight years and has joined the fight against ISIS on the ground
Thousands of city residents are living without water after not paying their bills to the tune of $85 million
The John Lennon bus gives kids a chance to preform and record in a mobile studio
CBS News' Debora Patta says reporting on virus outbreak in Monrovia is "an assignment like no other"
A suicide bombing in Baghdad killed 28 people, while another struck outside the city of Baiji, site of Iraq’s second largest oil refinery
Friends and family of deceased Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan are about to leave quarantine
Pope Francis held a beatification ceremony at the Vatican, at the end of a very difficult meeting where bishops failed to agree on some of the church’s most challenging issues
Fun turned into chaos this weekend in New Hampshire. At the site of the annual Keene Pumpkin Festival, more than a dozen were arrested and at least 30 hurt
After a 35-day search, authorities in Charlottesville, Va., say they have spoken to the parents of missing student Hannah Graham, who were told what police expect
As waiting rooms fill up, more physicians are seeing patients through online channels, but not every doctor is buying it
For every band that fills arenas, there are thousands that can barely pay the bills. And if the artist is an older musician, it’s even more difficult