Sandy Hook school evacuated over bomb threat on shooting anniversary
Students were sent home for the day after the evacuation
Students were sent home for the day after the evacuation
Newly-released documents reveal Adam Lanza's extreme anger, scorn for other people and deep social isolation
Parents mourning the loss of their children in the 2012 school shooting in Newtown, Conn., are taking the purveyors of cruel and outlandish conspiracy theories to court
Lawsuits allege that Jones' insistence that the shooting was staged led others to make death threats against the victims' families
Five years after the tragedy at Sandy Hook, the father of one of the victims talks about how he's gotten support from another father touched by gun violence
The slain first-grader was passionate about the things she loved, and animals were at the top of the list
On December 14, 2012, a disturbed young man shot and killed 20 children and six educators in one of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history
Five years after the mass shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, shook the country, CBSN spoke to two parents about how things have changed
The massacre sounded alarms about gaps in mental health care, but some key reforms depend on funding that has yet to be delivered by Congress
Five years after the mass shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, shook the country, CBSN spoke to Colorado residents about where they stand on guns
One person told investigators they overheard Adam Lanza say he "planned to kill his mother and children at Sandy Hook in Newtown, Connecticut"
Security experts say it's unclear whether teachers could have locked their doors in time
Megyn Kelly says she understands and respects decision by Sandy Hook Promise to disinvite her as host of its Wednesday gala, but is disappointed
Florida woman who believed Sandy Hook shooting was a hoax threatened man whose 6-year-old son was a victim
The education campaign comes after Sandy Hook Promise released a PSA that went viral
Four years after the Sandy Hook school shooting, another Connecticut school is implementing a program to help students spot warning signs for classmates who may present a risk. Students are taught to speak out if a classmate is isolated, is a target of bullying or other warning signs. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
Sandy Hook victim's parent speaks out after federal authorities charge Florida woman with making death threats
In Newtown, Conneticut, the new Sandy Hook Elementary school was unveiled Friday. It replaces the building that was demolished after the shooting massacre in 2012. Marlie Hall has a look at the school that is giving kids a new start.
Mass shooting took lives of 20 kids, 6 educators at Sandy Hook Elementary School in December 2012
Jason Adams had a valid permit, but school security detained him when he brought a loaded .45-caliber pistol in a holster to middle school
The parents of some children that died in the Sandy Hook shooting argue the AR-15 assault rifle is so inherently dangerous, selling it to anyone is negligent
A judge heard arguments on Monday to decide if a case against the maker of the gun used in the Sandy Hook shooting will go to trial
New York and Connecticut banned assault weapons after the Sandy Hook elementary school massacre
Judge will begin weighing whether Remington Arms should face trial over 2012 elementary school shooting
In wake of Orlando mass shooting, handful of lawmakers held Senate floor almost 14 hours, led by Connecticut's Chris Murphy
The family's attorney claimed the officer "didn't have time to perceive a threat" before opening fire
A white police officer shot and killed a black woman inside her own home in Fort Worth on Saturday. According to recent data compiled by The Washington Post, there have been 75 deadly police shootings in Texas this year. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
ESPN reported Saturday that the Angels knew of late pitcher Tyler Skaggs' drug use "long before his death"
Tyler Skaggs, the Los Angeles Angels pitcher who died this summer, was reportedly given drugs by a team employee. Skaggs was found dead in a Texas hotel in July. An autopsy found opioids in his system. According to ESPN, an Angels public relations representative told federal agents he gave Skaggs oxycodone and watched him snort drugs the night before he died.
Twenty-six children abducted by masked gunmen and buried alive in a truck trailer — survivors relive their horrifying ordeal and journey to escape
Atatiana Jefferson, a black woman, was fatally shot by a white officer, who has since been placed on administrative leave
A suspected gunman was arrested Saturday night after opening fire inside a church in New Hampshire. It happened during a wedding ceremony in Pelham. Police say the man arrived and began shooting after the ceremony started. At least two people were shot. Guests tackled the suspect and held him until police arrived.
The law, signed by Governor Gavin Newsom Friday, is the broadest gun seizure legislation to be passed in the country
The juvenile victim was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries
Jurors convicted Frank Nucera Jr. of lying to the FBI but deadlocked on charges he assaulted a handcuffed back teen
Fred Woods, one of the men convicted in the Chowchilla kidnappings, was denied parole this week. He and two other men abducted 26 children from a school bus and buried them alive in 1976. "CBS This Morning" lead national correspondent David Begnaud joined CBSN AM to discuss the case being featured in this week's "48 Hours."
We're getting a rare look at evidence from one of the largest mass kidnappings in U.S. history, more than 40 years later. Three masked gunmen seized a bus carrying 26 children and their driver in 1976. The kidnappers drove them 100 miles from Chowchilla, California, to a rock quarry and buried the children and the driver alive. David Begnaud previews his "48 Hours" report, which airs Saturday, Oct. 12, 10/9c.
A "48 Hours" investigation shows how Frederick Woods lived behind bars – he married three times and bought a pricey mansion with an ocean view
The family of Kyle Alwood, a 9-year-old boy charged with five counts of first degree murder in a deadly house fire, is speaking out. Errol Barnett reports.
The suspect accused of killing 22 people and wounding dozens more at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, has made his first court appearance. The suspected gunman pleaded not guilty.