Richard Spencer's controversial speech at the University of Florida triggered several hundred to protest
'Cause there are a lot of bad people in the world, but there are also a lot of good ones ...
Grandma was in tears after discovering why 5-year-old brought savings from piggy bank to school
State and federal officials are in a standoff in Nev. over who does background checks on private gun transfers
70 years after Chuck Yeager broke the sound barrier, NASA researchers are working to reintroduce supersonic flight to commercial aviation
24 MacArthur fellows each receive $625,000 over five years to spend any way they choose
Girl Scouts of the USA criticizes initiative, saying it strains century-old bond between two organizations
Powerful hurricane tore through the Caribbean and made a direct hit on Puerto Rico
So far 10 people have come down with suspected cases of leptospirosis, a disease spread by animals' urine, and four people have died
Across America, the clockwork of the cosmos turned day into night -- and then day again
Police eventually corralled the bull in a baseball dugout after about an hour, sealing the exits with police trucks
Five canine veterans will receive the American Humane Lois Pope LIFE K-9 Medal of Courage honoring their service to their country
The type of transgender people the media portrays -- the sort who transition from man to woman, or from woman to man -- are just the tip of the iceberg
A Clark County District Court judge ordered MGM Resorts to preserve photos, surveillance video and gambling records of Stephen Paddock
Views of autumn colors around the world
The Dodgers will advance to the World Series, which begins Tuesday in Los Angeles, to face either the Yankees or the Astros
Torrey Twane McNabb used his last statement to curse that state, saying "I hate you" and raising his middle finger as the execution began
Government urges that large, personal electronic devices like laptops be banned from checked luggage because of potential for catastrophic fire
A forensic examination of the 16-year-old's phone found that she was Snapchatting up until the time of the collision, and opened the last Snapchat 50 seconds before she called 911
Alex Stamos said the internal security practices should be run more like a defense contractor
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
This election matters "because our democracy is at stake, and it's at stake right here in Virginia," Obama said
Starting next year, the Jefferson Davis Magnet School will become the Barack Obama Magnet School
The attacks affected at least 22 American diplomats, intelligence agents and their spouses
The LAPD said Thursday its Robbery-Homicide Division interviewed "a potential sexual assault victim involving Harvey Weinstein"
Substitute teacher was removed from Maxdale Elementary School classroom in Texas after incident involving 13 students
Meteors at night are often no larger than specks of sand burning up in the atmosphere; to be seen in broad daylight, they have to be much bigger
California officials say number will likely climb as crews continue assessing areas scorched by blazes
Richard Spencer's controversial speech at the University of Florida triggered several hundred to protest his appearance Thursday
Chris Allen joined a growing list of private U.S. citizens asking the same alarming but unanswerable question: Were we victims, too?