Protesters outside clinic are organized by "Operation Save America," which wants abortion outlawed
Investigation found Word of Faith Fellowship used its two church branches in Brazil to siphon steady flow of young laborers to its 35-acre compound in rural N.C.
"There's probably not very many people in America who would do what Cregg Jerri did ..." Fresno's police chief says
Simpson successfully made his case that he deserved to be set free after serving nine years behind bars
Ulysha Renee Hall, who was one of 7 candidates vying for position, comes from Detroit; she's expected to begin Sept. 5
If your career falls into one of these categories, it could be putting you at risk
Travis Adair said the package of pork hit his roof with a "big bang," and he thought it was thunder
Prosecutors believe boy who died with painkiller fentanyl in his system is among youngest victims of crisis
CBS News gets a first-hand look at problem overwhelming Middletown, Ohio, where one councilman warns addicts: "We might not show up to treat you"
Greg Ward couldn't believe what he saw in his catch off the coast where New Hampshire borders Maine
When a young deer got into trouble in New York's Long Island Sound, it took a team to bring it to safety
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
New primetime summer series features reports driven by fresh voices, perspectives from around the world
Monday's injunction by U.S. District Judge Mark Goldsmith in Detroit allows Iraqis, many of whom are Christian, to stay in the U.S.
Company statement says veterinarians were treating 3-month-old calf for infection last weekend, but her health continued to decline
Officer Chris Abbott was struck in the leg by a bullet Monday morning while working off-duty, Police Chief Michael Harrison says
Reinforcements hail from places from Alaska to Florida as winds could fuel fires that already burned more than 300 square miles
Chaldean Catholic community in Detroit voted overwhelmingly for now-President Trump because of his promise to protect Christians in the Middle East
Protesters outside the clinic are organized by the group "Operation Save America," which wants abortion outlawed
Calvin Seibert turns one of the most common things in the world into structures that are anything but
Jerrod Kershaw, 31, was carrying several weapons and was wearing ballistic vest when he was killed in shootout with officers, police say
Weather service says the tornado touched down early Monday near Stevensville in Queen Anne's County; no fatalities reported
Associated Press investigation found Word of Faith Fellowship used its two church branches in Brazil to siphon steady flow of young laborers to its 35-acre compound in rural North Carolina
Ethan Kranig was sworn in as a police officer in Wildwood, New Jersey, during a family beach trip they'll never forget
Howard Banks has several bumps and bruises, and says he also twisted his knee
The undocking of "Old Ironsides" Sunday marked the end of restoration work that started two years ago
"We're in a position to get people into treatment, but the sad part is the drug that they're taking, in all probability, is going to put them into overdose"
Some of the wacky things that have happened in the Sunshine State so far this year
Pilot of a U.S. surveillance plane took evasive action to avoid possible collision with a Chinese fighter jet during an encounter off the Korean peninsula, says Pentagon spokesman
Several others were injured when vehicle slammed into group of people outside rehabilitation center in southeast South Dakota
The malware went largely undetected for years and can only be caught by a handful of security products
Charles Friend, 70, was reported missing after he disappeared from his boat in Tomales Bay