Lauren Bacall 1924 - 2014
Hollywood legend Lauren Bacall died in New York on Tuesday morning, her son told CBS News. She was 89.
Tributes flooded social media for the actress whose career spanned more than half a century.
Her classic lines on screen have been quoted over generations.
In 2005, she published her autobiography, "By Myself and Then Some," and spoke to CBS News' Harry Smith about it.
Years earlier, in 1954, she spoke with CBS News' Edward R. Murrow, along with husband Humphrey Bogart, about their life together and their two children, on "Person to Person."
Details of Robin Williams' final hours were released by the Marin County, California Sheriff's office.
Williams' suicide sparked the second highest volume of calls ever to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and increased interest in depression and addiction.
Spontaneous tributes to Williams popped up around the country in such diverse locations as the bench from "Good Will Hunting," his star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame and the "Mork and Mindy" house. His special brand of comedy was remembered through his interviews and on-screen moments.
Comedians also recalled how he forever changed the world of stand-up comedy.
New police shooting
St. Louis County Police say an officer shot and critically wounded a suspect near Ferguson, Missouri, the St. Louis suburb already tense over a fatal police shooting that sparked two days of violent protests. The most recent shooting happened early this morning when, police say, officers responded to a report of shots fired, allegedly by four men armed with shotguns and wearing ski masks.
On Tuesday, the Ferguson police chief refused to name the officer who shot and killed 18-year-old Michael Brown, saying that naming him would make him a target. The parents of the teen have been calling for justice for their son.
What is ISIS' end game?
Counter-terrorism experts say that while they have an understanding of ISIS' command and control structure, the group's ultimate end game remains unclear. Does it want to be a regional power or does it seek a capability to attack the West? CBS senior national security analyst Juan Zarate says we know quite a bit about the miliktants and, at one time, the ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was even in U.S. custody.
Iraqi Christians looking for safe haven
Even as it seemed embattled Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki might step down to clear the way for a new government to take shape in Baghdad, the U.S. sent 130 new military advisers to help the divided nation deal with a humanitarian crisis and combat ISIS, CBS News' Holly Williams reports. Iraqi Christians are being forced to flee. The Christians have been living in the area for at least 1,500 years, and they pray in Aramaic, the language spoken by Christ. The new advisers will help assess how to help Christians and other religious minorities caught in the fighting.
Data released yesterday show the number of job openings has risen for five straight months and is now at its highest level since 2001. That, say analysts, is a sign that the recent strength in corporate earnings may soon turning into more jobs and higher wages.
Health care abroad
Couples interested in surrogacy but looking to do it on a budget are going for help in other countries. Still, while going abroad can save you money, there are risks.
Curing cancer with venom
Bee, snake or scorpion venom may sound more deadly than like a cure, but they may be used in the next cancer-fighting drugs.