Sheriff says investigators want to know "why did this guy do this to our community, why did he go in and shoot up his classroom?"
Francis is the first pope to address a joint meeting of Congress, and he is not shying away from political differences with Republicans
Students buzzing with excitement and boning up on papal trivia ahead of pontiff's visit to East Harlem school
While parishes hope the pontiff's tour brings a renewed sense of loyalty to the church, American entrepreneurs are also hoping to capitalize on his visit
After wrapping up his trip to Cuba, Pope Francis heads to Washington for the 10th papal visit to American soil, and one that brings firsts of its own
The vast majority of American Catholics approve of the direction the pope is leading their church - but will it draw them back to an institution slow to change?
Michigan boy has spent months raising money by selling cookies to host a "thank you" party for police -- in place of his own birthday celebration
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The El Faro, all 790 feet of it, disappeared near the Bahamas with 33 people on board in ferocious seas created by Hurricane Joaquin
Officials still not confirming whether they were given a package from mass killer, but do admit to having a manifesto of several pages
Charleston records nearly 12 inches of rain in 24 hours; Hurricane Joaquin adding to heaving storm system settling over East Coast
No. 12 Tigers use goal-line stand to top No. 6 Fighting Irish 24-22; Florida routs Ole Miss; LSU's Fournette sets record; top 25 college football roundup
Can a daughter's frantic 911 call convict or free her father from charges that he killed his wife?
High school students arrested after allegedly making threats against faculty, students
Explosion and fire at three-story building in Borough Park "shows some signs of being gas-related," mayor says
Man believed to have shot and killed Dr. Kendra Hatcher under arrest; warrant issued for woman suspected of hiring him
Freshman wounded in attack says gunman gave another student a package to give authorities; police disclose how shooter died
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Firefighters tell CBS affiliate that truck ran into concrete canopy at North Carolina school during band competition
From basketball to running shoes, footwear has become high-priced status symbols and a multi-billion-dollar industry in the U.S.
Even with Hurricane Joaquin no longer as big of a threat, forecasters say weekend promises little relief for most of coast's waterlogged areas
The most compelling photos from the week's news, September 26-October 2, 2015, including the Oregon shooting, awkward handshakes at the UN and an Indian satellite
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CBS News asked several people to give their views on gun violence in a new series being called, "Voices Against Violence"
Woman said she was hired by a staff member to provide strippers and prostitutes for recruits and some of their fathers