American Airlines said it was “deeply sorry for the pain we have caused this passenger and her family and to any other customers affected by the incident”
The type of transgender people the media portrays -- the sort who transition from man to woman, or from woman to man -- are just the tip of the iceberg
The phrase "fake news" has been used by Trump to discredit responsible reporting that he dislikes. But a "60 Minutes" investigation looks at truly fake news created by con-artists
America's suburbs were once root soil for the American Dream -- now they are fertile ground for fatal drug overdoses
Everything you need to know about the most famous airplane in America
In a study, facial recognition software determines who suffers from a condition that's typically hard to pinpoint
60 Minutes visits “Sesame Street” for the first time and films the debut of their new Muppet character, Julia, who has autism
Old homes certainly have their quirks, but they also come with unique "personalities" that some buyers just can't resist
Riding high on his "SNL" impersonations of the president, the actor has just written an autobiography, "Nevertheless"
Researchers recently discovered the wreck of a Nazi submarine sunk after it attacked an Allied convoy in 1942
Anti-Defamation League documented significant increase in cases of anti-Semitic intimidation and vandalism in U.S. last year
City begins process at one monument as vigil is held at another opposing removal of four such monuments; vigil gets heated
An officer called the runaways “good company” and joked about adding patrol goats to the next police budget
Jack Jones and Marcel Williams are scheduled to be put to death Monday in what would be the nation's first double execution in more than a decade
Aramazd Andressian, Jr. was last seen by his mother via Skype last Tuesday, and his parents are in the process of a divorce
The gun was discovered and given to a crew member, who returned to the federal agent, according to reports
"There are a number of plots that we’re watching very, very closely," said DHS Secretary John Kelly. "They’re very sophisticated. They’re very threatening"
"This is a very, very painful day,” said New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio
A hammer struck Ethan Roser, a 19-year-old student at Wheaton College, during a competition on Saturday
"The appeal I would make on the homegrown threat is if you see something, say something," said Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly
"If the president of the United States says something, you should probably take him at his word,” Kelly said to “Face the Nation” moderator John Dickerson.
From a birthday celebration for Barbra Streisand to the NFL Draft, “Sunday Morning” takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead
The host of NPR’s “Weekend Edition” (and a lifelong Cubs fan) on how an iconic Norman Rockwell painting depicting the Wrigley Field dugout became the image of the hapless losers
In her new book the Facebook exec writes about overcoming grief from her husband’s death and the pitfalls to coping with tragedy
Small-town economies, such as Kentucky's coal country, will be hard-hit if the Trump admin eliminates cultural programs like the National Endowment for the Arts
The detention of Tony Kim comes at a time of unusually heightened tensions between the U.S. and North Korea
Clinton appeared Saturday to discuss scourge of elephant poaching with Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow who debuted short-film "The Protectors: Walk in the Rangers' Shoes"