The Department of Defense competition honors the best in military photography
Two eight-year-old girls help each other recover after suffering devastating losses
Throwback Thursday: A look back at events in history on April 28, including spy Aldrich Ames sentenced and the iTunes store launched by Apple
The most compelling images from the week's news, April 16-22, 2016
The life of Queen Elizabeth II, Britain's longest reigning monarch, who turns 90 on April 21, 2016
The winners of the Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography and Breaking News Photography
The Perito Moreno glacier, known as the White Giant, put on an awe-inspiring show as huge chunks of ice broke off
A look back at the esteemed personalities who left us this year, who'd touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity
Kristen Cumings uses an unusual (and tasty) medium for her artwork
Highlights from Astronaut Scott Kelly's nearly full year mission in space -- the longest flight ever by an American
The winners of the 2016 World Press Photo Contest
In the last two decades weather-related disasters claimed more than 600,000 lives and affected more than 4.1 billion people, according to the UN
Tragic terror attacks, campaign craziness and a rock star pope: A look back at the indelible images of the last year
Hot concepts and luxury cars make a splash at the 86th International Motor Show
Five years ago today, Prince William and Kate Middleton wed on April 29, 2011 at Westminster Abbey
Capt. Kristen Griest just became the America's first female infantry officer; Breaking the brass ceiling is no small feat and the women who have done so have set a pretty high bar
A fragile cease-fire in Syria is all but in tatters as air strikes pummel the city
Forensic veterinarians work with the New York Police Department to capture evidence and punish animal abusers
Syrian civil war began in March 2011 and has raged for five years, causing untold destruction and more than 250,000 deaths
In 1978, Barbara Nantais was found murdered on Torrey Pines State Beach; six years later, Claire Hough was found murdered on the same beach. Was there a serial killer targeting young women?
A new attraction at Tokyo's Madame Tussaud's uses hologram technology to give visitors an up close experience with their favorite stars
Look at the winning photos of America's national parks, wildlife refuges and historical sites, revealed only on "CBS This Morning"
A look at some of the best photos of Prince George of Cambridge, the son of Prince William and Duchess Kate -- including his meeting President Obama
Roger Moore's white tuxedo, the golden pistol of Scaramanga and Q's gadgets have all come together for "Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style" exhibition
Apitherapy - an alternative medicine - is believed by some to help cure a variety of ills
The winners of the world's largest photography competition
After the 1986 disaster at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, people fled the contaminated area; thirty years later boars, deer, elk and wolves are flourishing
After a popularity poll and much debate the U.S. Treasury Department finally decides to honor a woman -- Harriet Tubman -- on the FRONT of the $20 bill
Thirty years after the world's worst nuclear disaster
One year after a devastating earthquake killed nearly 9,000 people in the mountain kingdom, little has changed
A celebration of the Academy Award-winning actor's five-decade career, in such films as "The Shawshank Redemption," "Seven" and "Million Dollar Baby"
A new show reimages a legendary production from 1921, one of the earliest hit musicals starring, written and directed by African-Americans
A look at the roller-coaster relationship of Shayna Hubers and Ryan Poston and how it ended in murder
The National Audubon Society announced the winners of its 2016 Photography Awards on April 21, 2016.
Fans mourn the music icon's death while celebrating his life and music
As iconic for his overt sexuality and gender-bending wardrobe as his infectious hooks, Prince leaves behind some of the greatest songs to ever grace the airwaves
On October 3, 1995 "The Trial of the Century" ended with the acquittal of former football star O.J. Simpson for double-muder - Where are all the key figures now?
The iconic musician won millions of fans with a style and sound all his own
Joan Marie Laurer, who went by the stage name Chyna, was one of the most popular professional female wrestlers in history