Lucy Rogers is running against Zac Mayo for a state House seat in Vermont
Porschia Snerling and her family live in an apartment complex they've been told is too dangerous to live in
Three in four Americans disapprove of the job Congress is doing, and most view both political parties negatively
Its parent company's stock price topped $4,000 a year ago, but now trades for fractions of a cent -- what happened?
That could triple the possibility of disasters, and one of the study's authors says climate change could be the reason for the apparent movement
Krebs told Major Garrett on this week's podcast that the Chinese present as much of a threat to election security as the Russians
TED curator Chris Anderson talks about the "fantastic antidote" to hate
Millions trying to strike it rich in tonight's Mega Millions jackpot, but some don't necessarily play to win
The "Portrait of Edmond de Belamy," created by artificial intelligence, goes up for auction on October 25
Seven of the eight Catholic dioceses in Pennsylvania have been subpoenaed, as well as a diocese in New York
John Dickerson takes a look to the stars for a change of perspective
60 Minutes goes inside one of the busiest subway systems in the world to find out why the trains aren't running on time. Sunday at 7:30 p.m. ET and 7 p.m. PT on CBS.
Recent poll shows former vice president is currently Democrats' top choice to take ont President Trump
Doctors behind the new system say artificial intelligence may detect up to 20 percent more abnormalities than a traditional test
Part two of the docuseries, which premieres on Netflix today, picks up with Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey's post-conviction legal fight
Saturday 10/9c: The strange case of a missing duck hunter, who many believe was eaten by alligators nearly two decades ago, and the investigation that led police elsewhere
Saturday 9/8c: A suspect in a murder swears he didn't do it – can his Fitbit prove he's innocent?
In the Mongolian steppe, hunters partner with golden eagles to catch game. When Lauren McGough found out about it she said, "I have to see it. I have to do it." Sunday at 7:30 p.m. ET and 7 p.m. PT on CBS.
The social media giant says the "war room" will streamline decision-making if midterm threats emerge
It's one thing to know your children are training to respond to an active shooter, but another thing to see it
Shaun Dougherty and Brian Sabo set up a meeting with the priest they say abused them
Mohammad bin Salman is "making a lot of power moves," the journalist told CBSN in November
Karim Sadjadpour talks with Michael Morell on CBS News podcast about possible developments in the U.S.-Iran standoff
Lesley Stahl speaks with him about a wide range of topics in his first "60 Minutes" interview since taking office
The most newsworthy moments from his conversation with Lesley Stahl
Paul Dano's directorial debut tells the emotional story of a young man witnessing the dissolution of his parents' union
Fueled in part by reactions to Trump, a record number of female candidates are running this year, but women are still woefully under-represented in elected office
The former secretary of state says the investigation and impeachment of her husband for lying about an affair ultimately "came out in the right place"
It was a human endurance story that began with human folly when U.S. Marines, suffering temperatures of 50° below zero, were met by waves of Chinese forces 100,000 strong
The music legend talks about her memoir, "My Love Story," and opens up about Ike Turner, falling for a younger man, and why she wanted to win over the women in the audience
On the court he's a star, but overcoming the dark side of visible and invisible wounds is where he really shines
Army Spc. Lauren Jahn showed herself, her three young kids and her country what overcoming adversity is all about
The small town of Wenatchee, Washington, is at the center of a virtual gold rush -- whether residents like it or not
Five years after fleeing Syria's civil war, a young documentary filmmaker wants to show the world what life as a refugee is really like
The jackpot is the second-largest in history
The Saudi public prosecutor said 18 people have been arrested and the investigation is ongoing
Mining company chief tees off on the financial pros who track it, saying "they will have to commit suicide"
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