A group of parasailers in a nearby boat witnessed the chaos unfold and immediately took action
Tipster credited with helping police prevent students, teachers from being harmed during shooting at Indiana middle school
The Miami Beach police department has called the Dec. 3 incident "very serious" and says it's investigating
According to Southwest, the "life-critical cargo shipment" was for a hospital
More than two decades after an Iowa TV anchor disappeared, "48 Hours" reveals new information into the investigation. Jim Axelrod investigates Saturday, Dec. 15 at 10/9c on CBS.
Video shows Scot Peterson, the only armed officer at the Parkland high school, remained outside while shots rang out
Michael Carroll said he was a baby when his father disappeared in 1961
High-speed train was traveling through station in Turkey's capital, Ankara; at least 2 cars derailed and parts of overpass fell onto train
Musk opens up to Lesley Stahl about Twitter, pot, the Securities and Exchange Commission, Model 3 and Tesla
"60 Minutes" goes inside a landmark government study of young minds to see if phones, tablets and other screens are impacting adolescent brain development
After a childhood of anger and violence, the 32-year-old now commands the stage around the world
Former presidents and others look back on the life of President George H.W. Bush, who passed away Friday
"60 Minutes" reveals what firefighters saw as the deadliest wildfire in California history destroyed the town of Paradise
A "60 Minutes" investigation has found the separations that dominated headlines this summer began earlier and were greater in number than the Trump administration admits
Seven years after a powerful earthquake and tsunami caused a massive nuclear meltdown in the Daiichi Power Plant, Lesley Stahl reports on the unprecedented cleanup effort
With Aaron Sorkin writing the adaptation and Jeff Daniels starring as Atticus Finch, the Harper Lee classic hits the stage
With over 115 Americans dying a day in the opioid epidemic, naloxone has become a necessity for first responders, doctors and everyday people
A manhunt in Europe came to a dramatic end Thursday. French police killed the suspect in a terror attack near a Christmas market in Strasbourg. CBS News correspondent Roxana Saberi reports.
"60 Minutes" first met the visionary CEO in 2008 for a report on the race to make the electric car. Producer Shachar Bar-On explains.
Police in Indiana acted quickly on a tip Thursday morning and stopped what could have been a mass shooting at a school. When officers arrived, they exchanged gunfire with the 14-year-old boy before he shot and killed himself. CBS News correspondent Dean Reynolds reports.
A new report shows that undocumented adults coming forward to take in immigrant children in custody are being arrested even without criminal records. The San Francisco Chronicle's Tal Kopan explains how the policy has changed from that of the Obama administration.
Janet Jackson, Stevie Nicks and Def Leppard will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Other inductees include Radiohead, the Cure and Roxy Music. CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Authorities said Jimenez was a cocaine addict who was burglarizing an apartment when the owner came home and surprised him, and he then stabbed her eight times
The girl started having seizures hours after being taken into custoday, and Border Patrol records said she "reportedly had not eaten or consumed water for several days"
A man was rescued Wednesday morning after being stuck in the grease vent of a Chinese restaurant for about two days, according to the Alameda County, California, sheriff’s office. CBS San Francisco's Wilson Walker reports.
Congress approved an overhaul of its own process for handling sexual harassment claims Thursday. Nancy Cordes, CBS News chief Congressional correspondent, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss the measure.
President Trump says he made a "mistake" hiring Cohen; Amazon execs grilled at New York City council meeting.
Victims were airlifted to nearby hospitals and were employees of MarkWest, an energy facility in Washington, Pennsylvania
"The Shining," "Jurassic Park," "My Fair Lady" and "Brokeback Mountain" are among the classic films to be preserved for future generations by the Library of Congress
"War and Peace in Liberia" is a new exhibition in New York City celebrating the work of two acclaimed war photographers, who were both killed in conflict zones
The nation's civil war has claimed at least 10,000 lives, and generated the world's worst humanitarian crisis
A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity
This year was a doozy. These were the top stories on CBSNews.com
"I got happy tears," said Matthew Sabetta when he unwrapped the box
For many people flooded out of their homes in and around Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, the most welcoming port in the storm has been a total stranger. Jaret Hucks, who owns the Midtown Inn and Cottages, has given away almost a thousand free nights to this community's poorest and most vulnerable evacuees. Steve Hartman revisits the story he first reported earlier this fall, and about a new flood that followed.
Four years after Mike Laureano returned from serving his country in Iraq, he stumbled upon another way to serve
"I feel so blessed to have been able to accomplish that milestone," says new college grad Aldo Amenta
The gift of a baby doll "revives a part of their memory from when they were parents ... a lot of them just start crying," said one organizer of the nonprofit
To make their last months together happy, Paul Heroux decided to take his dog Mura on a road trip — all 8,500 miles, just the two of them