"That's a total disrespect of our heritage. That's a total disrespect of everything that we stand for," he said
Betrayed only by a few tufts of gray hair, Dawn may look like any other band member, but she is the oldest by a generation
After a routine checkup, Sen. John McCain says he left his doctor only to be called on the way home: "You've got to come back…it's very serious"
Vice president joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss North Korea, Iran and the probe into Russian meddling in the U.S. election
This week, on "The Takeout," Fran Townsend analyzed Trump's maiden address to the UN General Assembly in New York
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation warns future progress on child mortality and extreme poverty is in jeopardy
Special counsel's Russia investigation cast a wide net for documents. Could they include the Spicer files?
Tech giant was under significant criticism for how it may have allowed Russians to affect the election outcome
Police say her actions saved lives in what is reportedly the fifth shooting to strike a central Illinois high school in the past month
According to a new medical research study, fetal death rates increased by 58 percent in Flint after the city switched its water source in April 2014
First responders' work has been at times frantic, at times painstaking in the aftermath of a 7.1-magnitude earthquake
Here's how to donate to several different organizations working on the ground in Mexico to help victims of the earthquake
Saturday 10/9c: A former model brutally killed in her home -- a strange letter is a clue. Someone out there knows something ... is it you?
Oprah says she was never more nervous than when Mike Wallace interviewed her in 1986. "If 60 Minutes comes a callin', and you haven't committed a crime," she says "you don't get more break out than that."
In preview of interview airing on "Sunday Morning" the country music superstar opens up about music following her divorce, her childhood, and more
Mowins will make CBS history this weekend when she becomes the first woman NFL play-by-play announcer on the network
Coming on top of the Equifax mess, the securities agency's breach adds to the questions about systems' integrity
Investigation reveals that getting ingredients needed too make a simple bomb has become easier than ever
"Star Trek'"s tricorder? Now, there are CT scans, MRIs and ultrasounds
The co-stars told CBSN that they were always fans of the franchise
The latest iteration of the franchise is a prequel series that takes place about a decade before the mission of the original 1960s "Star Trek"
John le Carré is the pen name of David Cornwell, an ex-spy for Britain’s famed MI6, whose page-turner spy thrillers have made him one of the most successful authors of the past 60 years
How flawed analyses gave China an opportunity to gain influence on a strategically prized chain of islands in the North Atlantic
The faces of heroin include the young, middle-to-upper class and suburban; what was once thought of as an inner-city problem is now a national epidemic
Some high schools in Missouri, Maine and New Jersey have cancelled or cut short their football seasons; Squads in Michigan are depleted due to lack of interest
The athlete sticks to a diet of around 80 percent fruit and vegetables and tailors his diet to foods that reduce inflammation
"48 Hours" goes inside the mind of a serial rapist hunting his victims while two detectives were hunting him
Decades after putting the twinkle in Lincoln's eye, the monument's chief carver, Luigi Del Bianco, is being officially recognized by the National Park Service
As news crews and rescuers pass them by time and again, people in this community have learned how to rescue each other
"Everybody forgets the little people in between"
More from Charlie Rose's "60 Minutes" interview with Steve Bannon, the controversial former chief strategist and campaign architect for Donald Trump
Episode 4 investigates existential threats to Mexico and Kiribati, and looks at how hackers and white supremacists are raising concerns in the U.S.
Tony Dokoupil investigates white supremacy's rise in America and how its adherents hope to infiltrate the mainstream
Cyberattacks are more prevalent than ever, and reformed hackers are often the only people who can stop their own kind
The latest quake to roll through the capital prompted officials to temporarily suspend rescue operations
President Trump gave a freewheeling speech at a campaign rally for Alabama Sen. Luther Strange
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