Thirty-two years after becoming the first man to walk to both poles, Robert Swan teamed up with his son Barney for another first: trekking to the South Pole using only renewable energy
Serbia has a chance for six points in Group E with another win Friday
John Moore's image has become a visual centerpiece in the heated debate over U.S. policy on immigration and family separations
White House Council of Economic Advisers (CEA) Chairman Kevin Hassett joined CBS News' Major Garrett for CBS News podcast
Despite an executive order signed by President Trump and a visit to a shelter housing children by the first lady, questions remain about when and how children will be reunited with their families
Last year, nearly 30 percent of unaccompanied minors who entered the U.S. illegally came from El Salvador
Hundreds lined up on the bridge to the U.S. just south of El Paso, Texas --many of them women and children
Leading Jesuit Catholic priest says AG Jeff Sessions quoting Gospel to defend Trump administration's immigration policy was "without understanding the context"
Though officials cite an influx of MS-13 gang members, few are caught at the border, and gang ties to migrant children are rare, statistics show
"Everybody knows there's help for families here in the United States so the risk is valid to them"
15-year-old Renaldo told Gayle King no one told him where he was going after he was separated from his mother
Purdue's 2007 settlement with the Justice Department included more than $630 million in fines
Two high-profile deaths and a troubling CDC report about suicide rates have sparked a national conversation about suicide prevention
Because the geyser field at Yellowstone National Park lies on top of an active volcano, the same energy that causes geysers to blow could spew an ash cloud as far as Chicago
A new memoir by a loving brother and son recounts a lifetime in the orbit of two irrepressible Hollywood stars
On this remote island, you can literally walk in the footsteps of dinosaurs
On CBS News podcast, the former Director of National Intelligence explains why he feels the need to "speak up"
The search for a missing Marine launches NCIS agents into a world of calls and texts, a relationship built on lies and an ill-fated case of mistaken identity
"The first doctor who saw me told me to go home and die," says a patient-turned-activist in the fight against the dreaded disease
The inseparable Pieper twins, whose service on the same ship ran against standard military policy, have been brought back together
The deal, which runs through 2023, is said to potentially include new traditional shows like "Discovery"
The top law enforcement officials in each state are playing an increasingly bigger role – and businesses and trade groups are noticing
Trump lawyer claims "troubling, unethical behaviors" among some in Justice Department tainted the Mueller investigation
Whistleblower Joe Rannazzisi says drug distributors pumped opioids into U.S. communities -- knowing people were dying -- and says industry lobbyists and Congress derailed DEA's efforts to stop it
Why has the country's opioid problem become a national emergency? A high-ranking whistleblower from the DEA explains how the drug industry -- and Congress -- fueled epidemic
He's appeared in more than 150 films and TV shows, and at 82 years old, remains one of the hardest working actors in show business
The star of "Ant-Man and the Wasp" may play a miniature superhero, but in real-life his charitable heroics are giant-size
The novelist shares some unconventional lessons about life this commencement season
Surrounded by his daughters, the country musician -- a single dad again -- is anything but a solo act, as he plans a return to the stage following the 2016 death of his wife and musical partner, Joey Feek
Police have DNA evidence in a brutal murder but can't match a killer -- so how did a public DNA database lead police to suspect a filmmaker of murder?
Texas mother Crystal McDowell vanished just before Hurricane Harvey hit the Houston area. "48 Hours" followed investigators on their search for the missing mom
Desperate migrants risk their lives to reach the U.S., but when they finally cross the border and ask for asylum, they discover their journey is far from over
State Department says of 2 people most recently brought home, 1 case confirmed, other "still being evaluated"
The Pentagon says HHS representatives have visited four military bases as they search for 20,000 temporary beds
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