Police say "no rhyme or reason" seen in who man targeted at the Nazareth Restaurant and Deli in Columbus
Check out our gallery of Big Game ads, then make your choices for the best (and worst) Super Bowl commercials
In a CBS News investigation, former Wounded Warrior Project employees describe a charity where spending was out of control -- but WWP defends its spending
The Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, groundhog escaped shortly after Groundhog Day last year, and getting a replacement isn't as easy as you might think
See what happens when hidden cameras capture New York lawyers being asked to move highly questionable funds into the U.S. Steve Kroft reports.
Convicted of murder at 19 -- 14 appeals and 10 years later, he's free. Is it the end of the story? Not yet.
Will millionaire Robert Durst clear his name in the death of a California friend or end up spending his life in jail?
Despite increasing evidence of long-term health effects of concussions, some young children are encouraged to play tackle football
Former health commissioner for New York City and chief executive officer of Public Goods Project, says gun violence is a public health problem
Police confirmed that two have been shot at the school, but have released few details
Ohio police officer's Facebook account posted controversial comment about Black Lives Matter activist who killed himself
They say money can't buy love, but if that's the case, why are so many businesses capitalizing on romance?
Passengers traveling to Florida get unexpected jolt ahead of early morning flight
Briana Fugate has admitted she carried boxes of drugs shipped to specific addresses and passed them to other members of a drug-trafficking ring for money
Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton duke it out over allegiances past and present, and we look at the prospects for a newly-agreed ceasefire in Syria
Ride-hailing firm will refund about 25 million riders to settle lawsuits filed over allegedly misleading safety procedures and fees
Four weeks after being stymied in their effort to move to L.A., the Raiders agree to stay in Oakland through 2016 -- and possibly beyond
No one was injured in Wednesday blast that destroyed part of a home in Gulfport
NYPD officer Peter Liang claimed he accidentally shot and killed Akai Gurley in 2014 after being startled by a noise in a stairwell
Former pharmaceutical CEO doesn't want anyone else to own the album -- except for him
A Texas program is trying to ease the pain of separation for incarcerated mothers and their children
It all began when Mount Saint Mary's school newspaper reported on the president's scheme to rid the school of struggling students
A memo to prospective U.S. Olympians said the Zika virus outbreak in Brazil is being closely monitored
Now that the last four holdouts have left, specialized teams will look for "explosive-related hazards," according to the FBI
California utility tried unsuccessfully for weeks to force mud into the well to stop the leak that drove thousands of residents from their homes
"...This whole thing thing makes no sense because the crime in question took place in 1960," Father John Feit told a judge