In a development that caught U.S. intelligence by surprise, Russia has set up an air traffic control tower and modular housing units for hundreds of personnel at an airfield near Syria's Mediterranean Port of Latakia
Worn out, but defiant, thousands of migrants march; Austria's Chancellor said his country and Germany will allow migrants to enter their territory
"When I'm on my death bed I can look back and be like, yeah, I did this awesome thing when I was 24"
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
The full episode of the CBS Evening News from the September 3, 2015 edition
Aylan Kurdi was laid to rest Friday with his brother and his mother in Kobane, the war-ravaged Syrian town they fled
A new study says good jobs are back; nowhere else is that more evident than at Hightower, a young commercial real estate technology company
Due to low global demand, the Texas oil industry has been shedding thousands of jobs
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis spent a second day in jail Friday for her refusal to issue same-sex marriage licenses
GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump promised Thursday not to make a third-party run for the White House if he loses the GOP nomination.
A judge lifted the NFL's four-game suspension on New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady
Players and a coach from a public high school team outside Atlanta took part in a mass baptism on a football field, prompting an investigation by the school district
St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Lt. Clay Higgins talks straight about crime directly to suspects and encourages them to turn themselves in