U.S. government subcontractor who was serving 15-year sentence heads home after lengthy struggle
WIth the ruble dropping to record lows, an interest rate hike was attempted, but did not work
Hackers calling themselves the Guardians of Peace warned Tuesday that the worst is yet to come
Six millennials of different backgrounds sat down for a discussion on race relations in America
World War II radio reports for CBS News under the direction of Edward R. Murrow set the standard for broadcast journalism
Taliban says school was targeted because most students are children of Pakistani soldiers: "We want them to feel our pain"
Automakers preparing to reap the benefits from consumers who have more money in their pockets
Never in any conflict, in any part of the world, ever in time, have you ever had two warring parties suddenly lay down their arms and be pals.
We asked historians if there's evidence that British and German soldiers stopped fighting to play soccer during a Christmas truce
Thousands of people have already visited a memorial at the Sydney cafe where two hostages and the gunman were killed
Former Florida governor Jeb Bush moved a step closer to a run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016
Police in Sydney, Australia stormed a café to put an end to a 16-hour hostage situation, three dead
The extreme views of Man Haron Moonis, the gunman behind the deadly siege in Sydney, were known to police
CBS News national security analyst Mike Morell describes the threat posed by ISIS' social media reach
The police are searching for Bradley William Stone, 35, who is suspected of being the gunman behind a deadly shooting rampage in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
The families of the victims who were killed by Adam Lanza in Newtown, Conn., are suing the makers of the weapon Lanza used
Although the top airlines are seeing high profits over last year, a Minnesota couple is not seeing any benefit from dropping fuel prices
Months of hard work at the Youth Challenge Academy have paid off in a way few would have imagined possible
At least one gunman stormed into a cafe in the city's downtown area and took an unknown number of hostages, while placing a black flag with Arabic writing in the window
The most recent storm dropped 11 inches of rain in some parts of the state and triggered mudslides in other areas, damaging many homes
As oil prices continue to plummet, the cost of a gallon has gone down more than a dollar since June
The newest crop of senators and congressmen will affect more than just the next round of lawmaking in D.C.
The Senate voted 56-40 late Saturday evening to pass a $1.1 trillion spending package to fund the federal government through the next fiscal year
Although legal action may be difficult, families of victims killed at Sandy Hook Elementary are enlisting some powerful names in their battle
Jack Otter, the editor of Barrons.com, joins Jeff Glor to discuss why oil prices have declined and what the broader implications for that will be
In Southern California there is mud and rubble up to the roof lines; while in San Francisco, residents are trying to mop up damage left by 8 inches of rain. John Blackstone and Bigad Shaban report.
A massive cyberattack on Sony Pictures may affect one of Hollywood’s most beloved franchises