The officers were responding to suspected drug activity and reports of a suicide attempt, police said
The people who contribute the least to climate change stand to lose the most -- I saw that in Kiribati
Almost all U.S. health care organizations have reported at least one cyberattack
Iceland has almost eliminated Down syndrome by aborting virtually 100 percent of fetuses that test positive. Should the rest of the world follow suit?
More than 90 percent of Icelanders trace their ancestors back to the Vikings; they're also remarkably unified on the ethical questions posed by genetic testing
CBS News gets an exclusive look at the U.S. forces, fighter planes and lethal munitions of U.S. Pacific Command -- preparing for what the military calls "the nightmare scenario"
Instagram wants to make itself the "kindest" corner of the internet, but can social science and technology beat the trolls?
Social media star Iskra Lawrence knows how to put "fat-shamers" in their place. Now she helps "CBSN: On Assignment" test out Instagram's anti-troll technology
They risk it all to climb skyscrapers and share photos from high above the city -- pics or it never happened
For the last nine years, Tom McDonald has been traveling to baseball stadiums across America as a tribute to Roy Riegel
Saturday at 8: A Florida man has spent nearly three decades in prison for a murder he says he didn't commit; evidence suggests he might be right -- will he get a new trial?
Gayle King hosts two-hour primetime special, "Princess Diana: Her Life | Her Death | The Truth" Saturday at 9/8c
Navy's harrowing recreation of those terror-filled seconds was put together to answer the one question all the families of the dead had: Did they suffer?
In "Sunday Morning" interview the "Twilight" actor talks playing against type, as a gruff bank robber in "Good Time"
Van mowed down pedestrians, leaving at last 13 dead and more than 100 injured in city's Las Ramblas neighborhood
Former FBI Assistant Director Ron Hosko says "it's almost impossible in an urban setting" to protect sidewalks from cars
Millions will witness the first solar eclipse to cross the entire continental U.S. in 99 years on Mon., August 21
People across the continental U.S. will witness a rare and spectacular celestial event Monday
Legendary CBS News journalist Walter Cronkite anchored coverage of the last total solar eclipse in the U.S.
Former Clinton defense secretary and GOP senator spoke to CBS News podcast during busy week in Washington
The carving of Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson is larger than Mount Rushmore
Corker is "not one of the usual suspects who's always criticizing the president," Dickerson said
Firestorm over the president's response to the deadly white-nationalist rally jeopardizes tax reform, infrastructure spending
Atlanta Republicans Janelle Jones, Ellen Diehl and Lucretia Hughes say their support for Trump hasn't lessened
The Georgia congressman and civil rights leader speaks to his younger self about the "mission to help redeem the soul of America"
But most Americans would approve of action if diplomacy fails, CBS News survey finds
Anyone who takes home the $510 million jackpot faces a big choice: take the money all at once or disbursed over 30 years
Step inside the nerve center that's tracking drug traffickers
Thousands of gun owners claim Remington 700 rifles have fired without the trigger being pulled. Now, after a class-action settlement agreement and recall, why do most gun owners still have the controversial trigger?
"60 Minutes" investigates how some businesses have fired American workers and replaced them with cheaper labor: temporary, foreign workers with H-1B visas
Charlie Rose goes to horse country to report on the centuries-old tradition of "timber racing," an exhilarating and dangerous sport characterized by steep jumps
Forty years after his deadly 13-month shooting rampage in NYC, convicted serial killer David Berkowitz tells CBS News he's taking "a big step" talking about his past
"Son of Sam" victims look back on the 40th anniversary of the serial murder spree that terrorized New York
"CBSN Originals" first visited Erie, Pa., after the recent election -- when it turned from blue to red for the first time since the Reagan administration. The people we spoke to hoped to see a change in Washington reflected in their situation. We went back to see if that change is taking effect.
The move comes after several honorees said they would boycott a traditional reception at the White House
The university said it removed the carved limestone likeness early Saturday morning from Duke Chapel
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