Spirit Airlines is standing by its decision, saying its "records indicate a passenger was removed from Flight 712 after refusing to comply with crew instructions several times"
"I was really in a state of shock, disbelief, fear," one alleged victim says, as she recounted how her masseur groped her
CBS News' Jericka Duncan sat down with a group of sexual assault survivors at the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center
Rain or shine, the teen would hop on his bike and ride six and a half miles to work every day
At first, the group of friends thought they were going to get scolded for being too noisy -- but then the waiter handed them the check
Experts point to a few pivotal events in Oregon's history that set the scene for events that transpire today
'Cause there are a lot of bad people in the world, but there are also a lot of good ones ...
For quite some time, the crocodile wasn't moving -- it was just letting the surf lap over it
Tian Tian means "more and more" -- a good name for him because he's the father of all 3 surviving giant pandas born at the National Zoo
The man had a history of seizures and should have been placed in a lower bunk, his attorney says
Janene Wallace, 35, killed herself in 2015; her family will receive $7 million after a lawsuit against a private company
Across America, the clockwork of the cosmos turned day into night -- and then day again
A military spokesperson said the lights belonged to a convoy of C-17 aircraft. The planes were headed from South Carolina to Nevada
One person in custody after blast by Port Authority Bus Terminal
Five years after the Sandy Hook mass shooting, a third of Americans say gun violence in America is a crisis, but they're divided on what to do about it
Owners say it's not bad looking and saves them money but neighbors call it eyesore
More than a dozen current and former cadets tell CBS News they reported their sexual assaults to the elite academy only to experience backlash by peers and commanders
The Red Sox say they are aware of the incident and taking the matter "very seriously"
Citrus Heights Police arrest suspect accused of knocking over an elderly woman inside a Rite Aid who later died from her injuries
Man and woman remain in custody after they were arrested on suspicion of killing a woman in a Hawaii vacation rental home
"CBSN: On Assignment" episode 4 investigates existential threats to Mexico and Kiribati, and looks at how hackers and white supremacists are raising concerns in the U.S.
"CBSN: On Assignment" episode 3: U.S. forces face down North Korea; Instagram goes after trolls; Iceland's genetic testing revolution; and the rooftop photographers who risk it all
"CBSN: On Assignment" episode 2: Can Chicago erase its gun culture?; Putin's loudest critic wants his job; an 86-year-old American preacher who's huge in Pakistan
"CBSN: On Assignment" premiere episode investigates: how ISIS child soldiers could be tomorrow's terrorists; Japan's robot revolution; automakers bringing low-wage European workers into the U.S. in droves
Directions vary by area, complicating efforts as historic battle enters second week
Research should be "wakeup call," advocates say, though industry plans ban on most such blinds
Mourners attended a memorial Sunday for the dog who was found stabbed more than 50 times and stuffed in a suitcase in October
Aircraft crashed due to "unknown circumstances" while on its way to the Molokai Airport, Federal Aviation Administration official says
Keaton Jones has been teased for being "different," but was flooded with messages of support from dozens of celebrities this weekend
TV host posted online she was forced to evacuate her pets and is praying for everyone in the community
Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center was evacuated Sunday; a search was conducted and officials gave an all clear
Around 4 a.m. Sunday, a resident who was plowing a church parking lot called 911 to report a car that drove into a pond