In "39 Days" documentary, CBS News is embedded with survivors of the school shooting and a grieving father
Rallies are planned Saturday in more than 800 cities around the world
Jamarion Styles kept getting rejected when he tried to play basketball with other kids -- until he proved he can do anything he puts his mind to
The adult-film star and director describes the affair she says she had with Donald Trump, in her first television interview about the alleged relationship; Sunday at 7:00 p.m. ET/PT
Thomasville Heights Elementary School, historically a failing school in Atlanta, saw a huge turnaround when parents lawyered up
In the new documentary "39 Days," CBS News journalists, embedded with survivors of the Parkland, Florida school shooting and a grieving father, take viewers inside the creation of a movement as they turn grief into action
This week on CBS News podcast, Rep. Trey Gowdy stands by comments that if Trump is innocent, he should act like it
"I realized early on that beyond my art and my other sets of platforms, nothing was ever going to remove me from the permanent struggle of race"
Belafonte's 1956 album has been inducted into the Library of Congress' National Recording Registry
Milwaukee Bucks superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo tells 60 Minutes about selling trinkets on Athens streets to help his family and how that persistence has propelled him in the NBA
Saturday at 10: A suspect in a murder swears he didn't do it – can his Fitbit prove he's innocent?
Golden retrievers are one of the most popular dog breeds in the country, and about 60 percent of them will develop cancer
In an interview to air on "Sunday Morning," the two-time Oscar-winning actor-director talks about writing his first novel, "Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff"
As he ends his long-running "Imus in the Morning," the radio shock jock talks with Anthony Mason about controversies over his career, including his "feud" with Howard Stern
Nicholas Thompson says the Facebook CEO admitted to two specific mistakes during their conversation on Wednesday
"I'm not looking to regulate him to death, but I can tell you this, the issue isn't going away," said Kennedy of Facebook's CEO
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, the mother-daughter team discuss "Marlon Bundo's Day in the Life of the Vice President"
The former president tells "Sunday Morning" the White House has briefed him on developments with Kim Jong Un
The advice Trump received not to congratulate Putin on his victory was contained in the overnight briefing book he has in the residence
CBS News and BBC News announced the opening of a joint bureau in Johannesburg, South Africa
Cardiologist Dr. Tara Narula breaks down the study of prescription-strength NSAIDs like ibuprofen and naproxen
"They were doing exactly what they should have been doing, and they wouldn't have had it any other way"
As outrage over gun violence grows, one benefits firm is selling a training product to help employees stay alive
A group of survivors of the shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School -- who refer to themselves as the "mass-shooting generation" -- has made it their mission to bring about gun reform
In his first interview with an American television network, Mohammed bin Salman shared his thoughts on Iran, the humanitarian crisis in Yemen, his country's troubled past and its hopeful future
In her new position, Conant will help guide the network’s political and campaign coverage
Researchers hope to open more minds about the potential of psychedelic drugs to combat anxiety, depression and other maladies
While scientists question whether ESP exists, for decades the Defense Department took an offensive interest in studying psychic phenomena
How is it that lightbulb-like flashes of inspiration seem to have touched only a handful of people down through the centuries?
The minds of dolphins, dogs and elephants function in ways humans can easily underestimate
George Widener's art is awash with numbers, dates and days -- a sign of his uncanny ability to identify the day of the week any date falls on, in the past or the future
Vincent Van Gogh is just one of scores of artists, writers and musicians who are known or believed to have suffered from mental illness
The award-winning actress, whose family has been affected by mental illness, created the foundation Bring Change to Mind to encourage communication around mental health
Did an aspiring model jump off a mountain cliff or was she pushed? The man accused of killing her reveals what may have happened in a new interview with "48 Hours"
"Technology is like a bomb in Myanmar," where viral propaganda fuels a campaign the U.N. calls ethnic cleansing
President Trump had threatened to veto the bill, after supporting it, early Friday
Nine men are accused of hacking to steal scientific research and other information from more than 300 universities and private companies
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