State health officials going to court in effort to detain nurse who volunteered in Sierra Leone with Doctors Without Borders
Republican strategist and CBS News contributor Frank Luntz brought together 17 people to talk about race relations in America
A quasi-military camp run by the National Guard tries to get high school dropouts back on track; CBS News was there when cadets and families were reunited
Ohio girl gets her wish to play basketball for Mount St. Joseph University, despite inoperable brain cancer
13 years after Sept. 11, police are consulting with the military, has members of its counterterrorism unit working to help prevent new type of attack
Eight men accused of running illegal gambling operation in Las Vegas now challenging the federal agents who busted them
The community of Marysville, Washington, remembers two high school students killed by a classmate and prays for three still fighting for their lives
The remains of hundreds of abandoned communities dot the American West, but some say they may not be exactly uninhabited
A new monument dedicated to service members wounded in battle is dedicated in Washington, D.C.
Autumn colors decorate landscapes in the U.S. and across the globe
Police say Bryan Santana, of Orlando, Fla., admitted murdering his roommate and sexually assaulting her body, before attempting to kill another roommate
Student group upset by Maher's comments about Muslims doesn't want comedian to be commencement speaker
Lawyers for the convicted killer will argue that she should be spared the death penalty for the brutal 2008 killing of her ex-boyfriend
Officials speculate the arm was torn from a soldier's body at the Battle of Antietam in 1862
At least two people were shot and one stabbed as San Francisco burst into spontaneous celebrations following the Giants' World Series victory
Plane had just finished playing the role of an enemy aircraft in an offshore exercise and was preparing to land when it went down
Yale student speaks out after Ebola-related quarantine ends; why a popular whiskey is banned in Europe but not In U.S.; getting pandas to go into the wild
One of the fastest-growing liquor brands in America has European health officials making big changes, but Americans won't see the same reaction
Ryan Boyko tested negative for the virus, but Connecticut officials insisted he remain isolated at home, a decision he calls "simply unnecessary"
Also nears main road; mandatory evacuations possible; how letting people watch the lava flow could help them
Among the incidents: Two people shot, one stabbed after fans flood onto streets following Giants' World Series victory
Is the GOP riding a high tide into the midterms? A guide to reading the currents
San Francisco beats Kansas City Royals 3-2 in Game 7 to take 3rd crown in 5 years, behind Series performance for the ages from Madison Bumgarner
An attorney for Kaci Hickox says she will not cooperate with the state of Maine further until it lifts "all or most of the restrictions"
"It's been a rough and grueling process," New Jersey homeowner says. "You feel like your government has forgotten you"
"I just ask any parent to look for what their kids are doing online," father of teenager who tried to travel to Syria says