President Trump on Tuesday said he accepts the U.S. intelligence community's findings that Russia interfered with the election
President Trump appeared to side with Russian President Vladimir Putin, over his own intelligence agencies during a press conference Monday
Nationwide, 78 local law enforcement agencies in 20 states participate in the program, through which ICE deported nearly 6,000 illegal immigrants last year
Robert Moore spent 30 years directing one of the greatest high school choral groups in the country
When Nat Shaffir runs, he thinks about the horror he endured as a child, and how he can keep his story going
"For some this is their last hope, I mean they physically, financially, mentally can't put themselves through that again"
Trump claims he misspoke during press conference with Putin; Inside the last Blockbuster store
President Trump on Tuesday reversed his comments on Russian President Vladimir Putin. So how will Russians see the correction?
Connecticut saw tornado warnings and heavy rain, while the storm brought flash floods and knocked out power to thousands in Massachusetts
Tourists could be heard screaming in a video that captures the moment an explosion of molten rock blasted into the air and hit a boat.
"In general we're hoping to get matches that share enough DNA to be at least second to third cousins. If we get that we're in pretty good shape"
Only one Blockbuster store in the U.S. remains, after two other locations called it quits. Now, people are traveling to Bend, Oregon, for a piece of history
Ahead of his summit with Vladimir Putin, President Trump discussed his vision for foreign affairs with "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor
President Trump's acceptance of Vladimir Putin's denials of Russian meddling in the election did not sit will with many in his own party. Some of the sharpest rebukes came from retiring Republicans
Angela Hernandez swerved to avoid hitting an animal and plunged 250 feet onto rocks below
Kristie Baeumert recently picked up a vintage projector, and found a family's old slides still inside
Protests erupted in Chicago after a man was fatally shot by an officer. Police said the man who was killed appeared to be armed with a handgun
Vito Randazzo has been suffering from severe depression for 18 years, and after nothing else worked, he turned to deep brain stimulation for help
Fifty years ago, Walter Cronkite called for the U.S. to get out of Vietnam. Thirty-three days later, President Lyndon Johnson announced he would not run for re-election