Companies, states weigh Indiana boycott over new law

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A new "Religious Freedom" bill signed into law on Monday is drawing fierce opposition and support all across the country.

Government agents charged with Bitcoin theft

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Federal Agents responsible for investigating Silk Road are charged with stealing bitcoins from the illegal site. "48 Hours" correspondent Michele Sigona reports.

Report: Movie mogul accused of groping woman

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A 22-year-old woman is accusing Harvey Weinstein

New chapter for Arizona llamas on the lam

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The llamas that led authorities on a wild chase in Arizona last month are retiring from public life

Selfie stick photographer? Not at Coachella or Lollapalooza

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The music festivals are telling attendees to leave the longer than arms length devices at home

A blind artist's unique vision

CBS US News - 10 min 37 sec ago
After losing nearly all of his sight in childhood, Jeff Hanson began a new life as an artist. Despite being legally blind, he has painted hundreds of works that have been praised for their vibrant colors and deep textures. Tracy Smith reports.

Indiana tries to tamp down outrage over "religious freedom" law

CBS US News - 22 min 12 sec ago
Businesses and organizations nationwide have canceled future travel to Indiana over law critics say allows discrimination against gays

Who is Trevor Noah?

CBS US News - 24 min 33 sec ago
We take a look at the background on comedian Trevor Noah, who will replace Jon Stewart as host of the Daily Show. Director David Paul Meyer shares some of his personal and professional experiences with the new anchor.

Surfer takes a plunge into stormy seas

CBS US News - 28 min 33 sec ago
Pro Surfer Mark Healey took a dramatic dive off a boat during a major storm.

Astronaut's view of thunderstorms

CBS US News - 32 min 37 sec ago
Astronaut Reid Wiseman captured video of dramatic flashes of lightning over Houston while aboard the International Space Station.

​New York City Marathon pioneer George Spitz dies

CBS US News - 1 hour 32 min ago
His idea was to take the 26.2 mile race out of Central Park and into the streets of the city's five boroughs

​Century-old NYC matzo factory moves with the times

CBS US News - 2 hours 13 min ago
A family-run business that makes 5 million pounds of unleavened flatbread annually can't keep up with demand, and is vacating their Lower East Side bakery

Fresno firefighter severely burned after falling through roof

CBS US News - 2 hours 30 min ago
25-year veteran went to the roof of garage that was engulfed in flames to ventilate the structure when the roof collapsed

Feds charged with fraud during "Silk Road" inquiry

CBS US News - 3 hours 6 min ago
DEA and Secret Service agents allegedly stole digital currency while they were supposed to be investigating illegal online marketplace for drugs, weapons

One person reported dead in Fort Meade security scare

CBS US News - 3 hours 20 min ago
Authorities say two people inside an SUV tried to ram a gate leading into Fort Meade in Maryland. CBS News correspondent Julianna Goldman joins CBSN with the latest.

Boston bombing prosecutors rest case after gruesome autopsy testimony

CBS US News - 3 hours 48 min ago
Autopsy photos of 8-year-old victim Martin Richard leaves some jurors in tears

Infamous Arizona llamas retire

CBS US News - 4 hours 28 min ago
The llamas that led authorities on a wild chase in Arizona last month are retiring from public life. CBSN's Meg Oliver and John Dickerson have more.

Toddler makes 3 a.m. slushie run

CBS US News - 4 hours 52 min ago
A 4-year-old Philadelphia girl left home in the middle of the night to catch a bus because of a slushie craving. The driver called the police, who reunited the girl with her shocked parents.

​Pentagon chief may ease enlistment standards

CBS US News - 4 hours 59 min ago
Defense Dept. considers easing standards for certain military jobs, including tech-oriented ones, to attract, retain service members and civilians

Attack in Panama City Beach sparks talk of crackdown

CBS US News - 5 hours 15 min ago
A popular spring break destination is fed up with hordes of drunken partygoers. A shooting over the weekend at a house party hurt seven people, and three of them were college students. The incident led to an emergency city council meeting. Jericka Duncan reports on the small Florida city trying to curb visitor excesses.


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