In the year since Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, the island has lost a precious resource: hundreds of thousands of people who've left to build their futures elsewhere
A year after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, the island's economy is still shrinking
CBS News correspondent reflects on his year covering Puerto Rico and the aftermath of Hurricane Maria
"President Trump never tried to help Puerto Rico. Florida got attention, Texas got attention, and Puerto Rico got the short end of the stick," Cuomo said Sunday
New study explains why the initial government report of 64 dead fell far short of reflecting the actual toll of the storm
There are also about 10 containers filled with non-perishable supplies that sat at the government facility for 11 months
"The story isn't about what Maria did to Puerto Rico," said Brad Dean, CEO of Discover Puerto Rico. "Its about what people achieved after Maria"
Names of the 40 passengers and crew members of Flight 93 were read solemnly aloud near the field where their lives were lost
When the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey asked developer Larry Silverstein to liven up his construction zone at the site of the former World Trade Center, he responded by inviting 50 street artists to cover more than 20,000 square feet of corrugated metal and walls with graffiti
A group of men is working to bring awareness to first responders and others still suffering from 9/11-related illnesses
Welcome to "Purr-adise." Cats on the small Hawaiian island of Lanai have got it made – amazing weather, meals served in their own "catfurteria," and a steady influx of adoring fans ready to give them all the love and affection they could ever want. Conor Knighton joins them.
The sea creature, less than a year old, was taken from the San Antonio Aquarium over the weekend and is back home Monday night
"When we don't vote, that's when we wind up with government of, by and for other people," Mrs. Obama said Sunday in Las Vegas
Jessica Browning and Bria Smith will join Hogg on Monday to discuss how to engage young voters at event called "Harvard Votes Challenge Presents: Activating the Youth Vote"
The U.S. saw a 3.4 percent uptick in violent crime in 2016, though rates remain near historic lows. See which cities fared worst
Baltimore Police Department Commissioner Gary Tuggle said "quite a few rounds" were fired, but police are still investigating what exactly happened Sunday
Seven members of the band, also known as Bangtan Boys, will perform Monday at an event aimed to promote a new program by the United Nations Secretary General
The New Yorker published a story Sunday in which a Yale University contemporary accuses the Supreme Court nominee of exposing himself in the 1980s -- something he and the White House deny
The 42-year-old delivered the perfect ending to his return from four back surgeries
These schools have a combination of the lowest acceptance rates and the highest SAT and ACT scores. See which school tops the list for 2019.
Charlotte's Legendary Lobster Pound remains open but has stopped selling lobster meat sedated with pot
Robert Spellman, 48, was convicted of burglary and grand theft in August
CBS News correspondent David Begnaud reflects on his year covering Puerto Rico and the aftermath of Hurricane Maria
Tammie Hedges, founder of Crazy's Claws N Paws animal rescue, was arrested Friday after 27 dogs and cats were confiscated from a temporary shelter
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
Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation fight, and the sexual assault allegations against him by Christine Blasey Ford, demonstrate how the nation's highest court has become a weapon in the wars of polarization
From Bill Cosby's sentencing hearing to the American Humane Hero Dog Awards, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead
The bananas had been donated to the TDCJ because they were too ripe, and officers noticed one boxes felt different
Multiple Democrats and Republicans familiar with the plans said a deal had been reached for her to testify on Thursday
South Carolina's Waccamaw River and North Carolina's Cape Fear River are still rising
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park officials said there were no lines or waiting for visitors to catch a glimpse of the volcano
The groundbreaking trial of a crime of the digital age -- should a young woman go to prison for sending texts to a friend who took his own life?
A Santa Rosa school district sought to ban the ointment from school grounds because it contains the active ingredient in marijuana
Cousins contributed $253,000 to build the basketball court, which was modeled after New York City's famed Rucker Park
Cooper said Saturday that nine of the state's river gauges are at major flood stage and four others are at moderate flood stage
He posted online that "You can't count on a black quarterback," in reference to Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson
Generators are still supporting Vieques' entire electrical grid more than a year after Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico