The president laid out the actions he's taking to stop deportations for roughly 5 million people
The three Avila children, all born in the U.S., wait to see if their mother will be deported
At least six deaths and hundreds of injuries have been linked to the Takata airbags, which can explode and send shrapnel at drivers and passengers
President Obama is outlining his plan to reform immigration, despite warnings from congressional Republicans
A shooter with a history of mental problems injured three people at Florida State University as students studied in the library.
At least ten deaths are linked to a historic storm that has pounded upstate New York. Major roads are still closed with more than 100 cars stuck
Protesters gathered in Mexico City Thursday night to call for action in the case of 43 missing students feared dead
Russian hackers are broadcasting pictures from tens of thousands of private web cameras, peering into the lives of unsuspecting victims across the globe.
In his lifetime, the director won nine Tony's, eight Emmy's, one Oscar and one Grammy -- one of only twelve people who have won each at least once
Storm that's killed at least 7 people expected to bring another 2-3 feet of snow to Buffalo area; frigid temps hit southern U.S.
President Obama will outline Thursday night actions that the White House says will help millions of undocumented adults and children in the U.S.
Both NBC and Netflix projects were shelved for the comedian after three women in the last week accused Bill Cosby of rapes that happened decades ago.
For the past two months, Lt. Jerry Lohr of the St. Louis County Police has been in the thick of the protests
To see more of the interview, watch "CBS This Morning" on Thursday
JetBlue announced that its business plans will follow the same flight path other airlines have been on for some time
Joseph Clancy admitted to a congressional committee that the agency's missteps have had a detrimental effect on both security and moral
Three Illinois postal workers say something suspicious one day; their actions may have saved a young boy
Palestinians attacked Jews as they prayed in a Jerusalem synagogue
The project needed 60 votes in the Senate to approve construction of the controversial oil pipeline, but they voted 59-41. Nancy Cordes reports.
U.S. safety regulators are calling for a broader recall of vehicles whose front, driver's side airbags were made by Japan's Takata corporation
Winds of more than 30 mph have created blinding conditions in and around Buffalo, N.Y., forcing the closure of a state highway and stranding more than a hundred cars
A three-month program places offenders in an environment where they are guided away from potential terrorism
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was suspended without pay for the rest of the season after he pleaded no contest to physically abusing his 4-year-old son
A pilot was killed and passenger injured when a plane crashed near Chicago's Midway Airport
Sir Bob Geldof organizes today's stars to produce a single to raise funds to fight Ebola
State Department's unclassified e-mail system the latest victim of apparent cyber spy operations