In the city's first case, a physician who recently had worked in West Africa was placed in isolation at a specialized unit
A disease that was supposed to be stopped "in its tracks" was allowed to spread. What went wrong?
CBS News follows high school dropouts trying to turn their lives around at a quasi-military program run by the National Guard
A new monument dedicated to service members wounded in battle is dedicated in Washington, D.C.
Pa. woman gives thanks to an angel who has changed not only her life, but the life of her son
At the Nashville Public Library, Shakespeare is being re-imagined
Athlete and activist Reza Baluchi wanted to travel 1,000 miles in his homemade floating "Hydro Pod" but that hope has been burst for now
Hundreds of Denver-area students walked out of school to protest proposed changes to a new history curriculum in an advanced-placement class
Warming southern lakes have pushed loons further north; Minnesota scientists are on a mission to bring them back south
This week's moment in nature takes us among the autumn leaves near Milan, New Hampshire
Officials are determining the recent activities and contacts of Dr. Craig Spencer, who was diagnosed with Ebola in New York City
Appeals court throws out a ruling allowing Thorpe's sons to rebury him on American Indian land in Oklahoma
As information comes out about the police shooting death of Michael Brown, frustrations are rising
Residents in two cities along the Washington-Oregon border report downed trees and power lines, flying metal, and damage to buildings
Police say an airplane and helicopter collided in mid-air Thursday afternoon near the Frederick Municipal Airport in Maryland
Joshua Ortiz was arrested Tuesday night by Maryland State Police, driving his mother's car hundreds of miles from where her body was found Sunday
Attorney general reacts to details from federal civil rights investigation into Michael Brown shooting appearing in media reports
In the city's first Ebola case, a physician who recently worked in West Africa is now being treated in a specialized isolation unit
Extremists using social media to prey on girls with "Disney-like versions" of what it's like to live under Muslim leadership, expert says
It's been six months since an elementary school teacher and her daughter were found slain and police still have no suspects or persons of interest in the case
Sen. Richard Blumenthal says limiting recalls of cars with faulty air bags to only certain locations is "completely senseless and arbitrary"
Four defendants are charged with multiple counts in lawyer's fatal shooting in N.J. mall parking lot in Dec. 2013
Pennsylvania resident who resembles fugitive worries the next officer to stop him is "going to shoot first and ask questions later"
Juror in Jodi Arias murder sentencing phase reportedly approached a freelance journalist and asked if she was Grace, the HLN anchor-host
Amtrak recently launched a residency program that gives two dozen authors a chance to use America's landscape as their creative backdrop
Up-to-date news on the Ebola outbreak in the U.S. and overseas
In December 2012, Joseph Banks and an accomplice smashed a hole in a cell window and climbed down 20 stories using a rope fashioned from bed sheets
Los Angeles police say the child was riding a motorized bike alongside the truck when the collision occurred