The series, hosted by Rocky Carroll, looks at some of the biggest cases handled by the real-life agents of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service
"I had never seen a crime that appeared to be as violent as this one," said NCIS Special Agent of the murder of Tech. Sgt. Curtis Eccleston
Mock said she hopes the accomplishment, "will be a huge signal boost, industrywide, to empower people and equip them to tell their own stories"
Her lovingly decorated casket reminds the world who is at the heart of the tragic story: A little girl
Central bank officials say the economic outlook is increasingly uncertain -- and signal their readiness to cut rates
Yemen's Iran-allied Houthis said earlier they had struck a power station in Al-Shuqaiq city, in the Saudi province of Jizan, Reuters reported
Several of Biden's 2020 Democratic primary competitors jumped on his remarks about segregationist senators on Wednesday
"If you can't come up with a message that resonates in South Carolina, that probably means you won't win the South and won't win the primary"
Witnesses at the hearing include Sen. Cory Booker, one of the Democratic presidential candidates, writer Ta-Nehisi Coates and actor Danny Glover
Tension in Mideast soars as U.S. and Tehran offer differing accounts of shoot down, and a missile apparently fired by Iranian allies hits Saudi Arabia
The former Boston Red Sox star is still recovering after he was shot in the back in the Dominican Republic
Experts believe Vincent van Gogh shot himself with a revolver in a French field in 1890
Jessy Pachecho, who had just graduated from medical school in Mexico, was there celebrating when he disappeared June 15
What's the highest-grossing movie of all time? It might be one of your favorites
The young man and his parents "have searched all the places where such a phone may have been stored. They have not found the phone," said attorney
Marvel's massive box office smash might be able to beat James Cameron's "Avatar," which holds the all-time record with $2.788 billion
"Shame on you, Whoopi," Thorne said, after Goldberg said she should have known better than to take nude photos
Cyberattack blocked 911 dispatchers from logging calls, as a growing number U.S. municipalities are taken hostage
Cryptocurrency enthusiasts see Facebook's move into digital money as "the catalyst everyone's been looking for"
Social media company, no stranger to controversy, is diving into the brave new world of virtual money
CEO Sundar Pichai said the internet company will pave the way for 20,000 new homes in the region over the next decade
The company is partnering with big names like Visa, Mastercard, Uber and Spotify to create a new global cryptocurrency
Declassified spy satellite photos lead scientists to some startling conclusions
Almost 300 dead and dying dolphins have washed up on the shores of four Gulf Coast states – three times the usual number
Hundreds of miles from where it should be hunting, emaciated bear seen poking around on industrial estate for food
The bear had become "habituated" or accustomed to the area after people left food for it
"Challenging conditions" for researchers collecting instruments used to measure sea ice brought on by "very warm conditions" in the Arctic
AAA says in the last 30 days, almost 15 million drivers got behind the wheel within an hour of using marijuana
"We will push onward with new medical frontiers," President Trump said at his campaign kickoff rally
The disease impacts an estimated ten percent of women during their reproductive years
The measure still requires final approval -- but if it succeeds, San Francisco would be the first city to block the sale of e-cigs
Three brought to hospital; they were all near field that was being sprayed when wind shifted
The number of highly publicized accusations of sexual assault or misconduct is down sharply, "#MeToo Index" shows
The restaurant chain said it disagrees with pastor Grayson Fritts' statements of hate and divisiveness
Investors took the central bank's decision and revised outlook in stride, without reacting extremely one way or the other
Real-life NCIS agents team up with Air Force investigators to solve the murder of an American airman in Japan, leading to a dark, twisted path of deception, fraud and witchcraft.
NASA's project aims to bring human beings back to the moon by 2024
Hopefully, it finds some aliens sporting Vulcan salutes next
Scientists hope to study the Taurid meteor shower closely, in hopes of better predicting the risk of a future impact
The three Radarsat satellites will monitor resources and the effects of climate change across Canada
NASA has a message for space lovers this month: Look up
He calls himself the "World's Best Father," and he's got the pictures of himself and his daughter, Alice, to prove it
Forbes has updated their billionaires list, detailing the richest people around the world.
See Broadway stars walk the red carpet at Radio City Music Hall in New York City at the 73rd Annual Tony Awards
At Jake Patterson's sentencing hearing, prosecutors showed a select few evidence photos to the court and asked that Patterson be sentenced to life in prison for the murders of Jayme Closs' parents and the 13-year-old's kidnapping
It's summertime - time for music at festivals and venues across the country
Inside a family’s mission to restore their son’s reputation seven years after he was fatally shot by a police officer. CBS News special correspondent James Brown reports Saturday, June 22 at 10/9c on CBS.
A man who says Kevin Spacey groped him at a Nantucket bar cannot find the cellphone he has been ordered to turn over to the defense, the accuser's attorney said Wednesday. A judge has ordered it to be turned over by Friday. CBS Boston's Cheryl Fiandaca reports.
The Supreme Court is expected to make a decision on the 2020 Census citizenship question. Having the Supreme Court make final decisions on things that should be settled in Congress is a threat to democracy, according to CBS News legal analyst Kim Wehle. She joined CBSN to discuss.
Former Vice President Joe Biden was defiant Wednesday despite criticism from his fellow Democratic presidential contenders about comments he made about working with segregationists. Washington Post political reporter Michael Scherer, USA Today Washington bureau chief Susan Page, CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns and CBSN political contributor and Democratic strategist Antjuan Seawright join "Red & Blue" to discuss Wednesday's 2020 political news.
Biden backlash over segregationist sen. remarks; UN: 'Credible evidence' in Khashoggi killing