Investigators are examining the train's locomotive event recorder, two cameras and interviewing its engineer to piece together what led to the crash that killed one and injured scores
From a former slave's freedom paper to a Tuskegee Airmen's jacket, families have donated thousands of heirlooms to the National Museum of African American History and Culture
Judge Robert Wilkins, who helped bring the National Museum of African American History and Culture to life, says he gets "goosebumps to see it happening"
A pioneer of the civil rights movement visits the new Smithsonian museum dedicated to African American history and culture
In memorials and witnesses' testimony, life and death share in the rebirth of the World Trade Center, 15 years after the 2001 terror attacks
Visiting the National Musuem of African American History and Culture for the first time, Democratic Sen. Cory Booker and Republican Sen. Tim Scott spoke about their common bond and hopes for America's future
Lesley Stahl reports on the difficult decisions that surrounded the National September 11 Memorial & Museum before the space opened in 2014
Former White House Chief of Staff Andy Card, who served in President George W. Bush's administration, shares special insight into Mr. Bush's reactions to and handling of the terror attack, including fears that Air Force One could be targeted.
When Mike Jivanjee saved a gosling from drowning two years ago, he never imagined what a friend he'd made
CBS News talked with Customs and Border Patrol officers about whether building a bigger wall would solve America's immigration woes
Ethan Couch's attorneys tried to argue Texas District Judge Wayne Salvant had no authority because it should be a civil case
The deli, known for its massive pastrami sandwiches, first opened its doors in 1937
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Comission filed a lawsuit alleging Danny's Downtown Cabaret discriminates against black strippers
The flaw allowed accused Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof to pass his background check
The 28-year-old realized he couldn't catch the thief on foot, so he turned to his horse and lasso
Police had previously released only a single frame from a cellphone video they say shows Alfred Olango in a "shooting stance"
The Olympic gold medalist talks about what kept her going after a shocking loss, and why she felt “so proud and inspired"
A recent swarm of small quakes in the Salton Sea area could mean a greater chance of a major earthquake in coming days
FBI released images of men seen on surveillance video in New York's Chelsea neighborhood on night of bombing
Experts say terrorists commonly use this type of homemade bomb overseas, but their use is growing in the U.S.
Several residents had words like "die" or "kill" scratched into their skin
"The fact that he gave me the shoes is not really what is meaningful about it,” the teacher explains
“This is an eye-opener for what the future may hold," marine biologist says
NYC “adventure playground” lets children make their own worlds without pesky parental supervision
Move follows recent White House announcement that U.S. will strive to take in 110,000 refugees from around the world next year
A new rule requiring edible marijuana products to come with a diamond-shaped stamp and the letters T-H-C takes effect this weekend
Southern California woman says her pre-booked ticket was changed because two Pakistani men didn't want to sit next to a woman
Researchers say people who are being observed – and know it – change their behavior