Far-reaching manhunt for killer of wealthy couple, their son and housekeeper ends
When you think of astrophysics, you probably don't think of furniture, but one designer is trying to change that
Your homeowners and auto insurance policies may have liability coverage, but it's usually not enough
Amtrak is agreeing to abide by an emergency order being issued by the Federal Railroad Administration. This comes as the FBI checks out the possibility that some sort of object hit a train's windshield just before it crashed. Kris Van Cleave reports.
The death toll in the Amtrak train derailment climbed to eight Thursday, according to officials. The victims range from an executive to a Navy midshipman. Scott Pelley reports.
Belinda Smith grew up poor and missed out on a big high school moment -- until now
Adopted at birth, Lizzie Valverde and Katy Olson didn't know the other existed -- until they enrolled in the same college course
The murder of a young Pennsylvania woman remains unsolved for 34 years - can a determined detective and new technology bring her killer to justice?
Young, prominent Baltimore activist tells CBS News he's OK despite his arrest on live TV, which sparked outrage on Twitter
Amid intense scrutiny following the death of Freddie Gray, one police officer warns against painting cops with too broad a brush
The defendants were among five Wesleyan students arrested on state charges in connection with on-campus drug overdoses in February
Florida woman gained hero status by movement of anti-circumcision advocates over her yearslong battle against procedure
Roanoke Police Officer Kenny Bowman says he made the video for fun - and to send an important message
Police say woman let five other people into Roderick Goodwin's midtown Manhattan hotel; group then allegedly beat him to death
Bill sparked by complaints from tourism industry aims to expand city's ban on sitting, lying down on sidewalks
City awaits verdict in trial of cop in 137-shot deaths of 2 unarmed people and decision on possible charges in 12-year-old's death
Farmers expect to get an answer on surprise offer to give up some of their water in exchange for being spared deeper cutbacks
Kashif Parvaiz was convicted in February of scheming with his Massachusetts girlfriend to kill his wife and make it look like a random attack in 2011.
Chairman of physics department offered to make China a leader in the field of superconductivity, prosecutors say
Broken oil pipeline spills thousands of gallons of crude into the sea with slicks stretching for miles along coast
Brandon Bostian could face criminal charges if authorities find he was reckless or negligent before deadly derailment in Philadelphia
Another man accused of trying to join militant group allegedly told friends he'd "spit on America" at the U.S.-Mexico border
The widow of Chris Kyle, America's deadliest sniper, writes about love and the loss of her husband
Pizza crust helps put D.C. mansion murder suspect in custody, and America's top cop tells CBS News how growing up with prejudice set her up for her new gig
Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of roller coaster season; so plan your summer thrills with a look at the biggest, boldest and brand spanking new coasters of 2015
Report: The "homegrown violent extremists" planned to head overseas to aid terror groups
Coroner testifies at trial of James Holmes, accused of killing 12 people in shooting rampage at suburban Denver movie theater in 2012