Several big banks are seeing a drop in profits due to a decline in mortgage lending. Wells Fargo responded by getting back into the sub-prime market, lending to people with credit scores below 620. Financial expert Jordan Goodman explains whether this is a good idea.
Reigning Miss America Nina Davulari was visiting a high school in York, Pennsylvania, when one of the students, 18-year-old Patrick Farves, asked her to the prom. Her rejection was sweet, but the school's wasn't - Farves was suspended for three days. Marlie Hall reports.
Thirty-four-year-old transit cop Dic Donahue was shot in the leg during a shootout with the Boston bombing suspects. He was in cardiac arrest for 40 minutes, but, against all odds, survived with both legs and normal brain function. He is now one of the faces of Boston's recovery. Jim Axelrod reports.
At least 12 people were killed when an avalanche came crashing down Mount Everest at 19,000 feet. Clarissa Ward reports on the disaster and speaks with a guide who rushed to help after the avalanche hit. To help the Sherpas' families, visit SherpaEdFund.org and JuniperFund.org.
Investigators staged a partial re-creation of the accident and plan to examine cellphone records of the drivers, videos of the accident and what kind of cargo was inside the FedEx truck
In an interview with CBS' Major Garrett, the president says Russia has continued to violate Ukraine's sovereignty by supporting militias in the eastern and southern parts of the country
Boston marked the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings with a moving tribute honoring those who were killed and wounded