LA Times report says Pentagon demanding nearly 10,000 California National Guard soldiers give back bonuses of $15,000 or more
From a former slave's freedom paper to a Tuskegee Airmen's jacket, families have donated thousands of heirlooms to the National Museum of African American History and Culture
Judge Robert Wilkins, who helped bring the National Museum of African American History and Culture to life, says he gets "goosebumps to see it happening"
A pioneer of the civil rights movement visits the new Smithsonian museum dedicated to African American history and culture
In memorials and witnesses' testimony, life and death share in the rebirth of the World Trade Center, 15 years after the 2001 terror attacks
Visiting the National Musuem of African American History and Culture for the first time, Democratic Sen. Cory Booker and Republican Sen. Tim Scott spoke about their common bond and hopes for America's future
Lesley Stahl reports on the difficult decisions that surrounded the National September 11 Memorial & Museum before the space opened in 2014
Former White House Chief of Staff Andy Card, who served in President George W. Bush's administration, shares special insight into Mr. Bush's reactions to and handling of the terror attack, including fears that Air Force One could be targeted.
When Mike Jivanjee saved a gosling from drowning two years ago, he never imagined what a friend he'd made
CBS News talked with Customs and Border Patrol officers about whether building a bigger wall would solve America's immigration woes
Frightened faces from the haunted house from "Nightmares Fear Factory"
Officials say the girl’s mother tried to protect her when the Doberman or Doberman mix attacked
Longtime Chicago baseball fan relishes end of 71-year-long World Series drought
Doctor says surviving victims suffered unusual injuries, mostly to their faces, in crash that left at least 13 dead
Police say driver was heading south in northbound lanes when the car slammed into another vehicle carrying four people
As Trump's poll numbers continue to fall, Clinton turns her attention to Democratic map expansion, and we find out if those pricey sneakers are worth the cash
One of "Chicago 8" protesters, once married to Jane Fonda, Hayden became a progressive force in Calif. politics -- but he always pined for the 60s
Police say the RV that caught on fire travels around the country promoting the legalization of marijuana; company makes marijuana-flavored candies, which the RV was fully stocked with
Both officers suffered non-life-threatening injuries, but one suspect still at large and considered dangerous, officials say
Josh Huff returned a kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown, Carson Wentz outplayed Sam Bradford and the Philadelphia Eagles beat Minnesota 21-10
Prosecutors say a flurry of modest deposits was one of the many schemes hatched by Mexican crime cartels trying to bring billions of dollars in drug proceeds back from the U.S.
Authorities say three victims were walking near a park when they were stopped by a car, and a woman demanded their belongings; victims complied, but woman fired several shots
Officials say a cold front is responsible for tens of thousands of dead fish washing up along the banks of the False River in Louisiana
Organizers say the so-called yoga pants parade is part of a bigger movement against misogyny and men dictating how women should dress
About 20 percent of California’s fire crews are inmates; and they’re among the first to hit the front lines of California’s dangerous wildfires
Nearly two dozen vehicles were involved in a crash on Interstate 17 in Arizona after a cattle hauler unable to stop plowed into them, Arizona DPS said
Tens of thousands packed into the Circuit of the Americas for the pop star's only concert of the year at Formula One’s only race on American soil
Check out the annual celebration of costumed canines at New York City's Tompkins Square Park