Mark Rine, a seven-year veteran of the Phoenix Police Department, allegedly believed Rumain Brisbon might have had a weapon in his pocket, but Brisbon had only a pill container at the time
"It felt like a family member was taken away," quarterback says after blunder by referees in final minute of playoff game
Coast Guard says Ron Ingraham was weak and dehydrated when a Navy ship reached him 64 miles south of Honolulu
Following in the footsteps of LeBron James other sports stars, Bryant says he wore shirt to show support for Eric Garner's family
Move over Vladimir Putin, Roger Goodell and Jack Ma. The Ebola Fighters come out on top as Time's Person of the Year for 2014. Time national editor Ben Goldberger joins CBSN with why the group was chosen.
The Hawkeye State is creating a free app that will allow drivers to show their licenses on their smartphones. Vladimir Duthiers and Jan Crawford report.
Northern California is bracing for what some forecasters say could be the strongest storm in five years. The so-called "Pineapple Express" weather pattern could cause severe flooding and high winds. WBZ meteorologist Danielle Niles joins CBSN to explain what drives this weather phenomenon.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is looking to right past wrongs. In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, he says he "blew it" while handling the domestic-violence case involving Baltimore Ravens star Ray Rice. CBS Sports senior NFL writer Will Brinson joins CBSN with more on how Goodell wants to introduce a new conduct policy.
Helen Johnson was caught stealing eggs for her family, but Officer William Stacey, the cop sent to investigate, didn't arrest her
Roger Goodell plans to unveil stricter NFL personal-conduct policy that mirrors NYC police rules, Wall Street Journal reports
Gusts could exceed 100 mph and waves could approach 30 feet as National Weather Service issues a high wind and flash flood warning
This year's choice for the much-talked-about honor had a global impact on one of the shocking and important stories
Officials involved in the program insist it produced information that saved American lives. Former director of CIA Clandestine Service Jose Rodriguez joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the enhanced interrogation program.
Former Deputy and Acting Director of the CIA Mike Morell says harsh methods were necessary, legal
A woman went into labor Tuesday morning not long after a flight from San Francisco to Phoenix took off. Before they could get there, the crew welcomed a new passenger. Norah O'Donnell reports.
An Oklahoma judge is being asked to order a do-over of a high school football game. It follows a costly blunder by referees during the playoffs nearly two weeks ago. Anna Werner reports from Frederick A. Douglass High School in Oklahoma City.
Federal investigators are still reviewing preliminary evidence from the small jet that crashed in Gaithersburg, Maryland, on Monday. Six people died, including two young children and their mother on the ground. Husband Ken Gemmell spoke out about "the enormity of our loss." Jeff Pegues reports.
According to a new CBS News poll, the number of people who think race relations in America are good is at the lowest point in 17 years. More than one-third of people said race relations are getting worse. Gayle King reports.
At least one person was killed in a sprawling five-alarm fire at an assisted living complex. The blaze forced about 300 residents from their homes. Gayle King reports.
There are new questions over the story of an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia. The father of the alleged victim called "Jackie" is angry that Rolling Stone admitted mistakes in that article. Julianna Goldman reports from campus where one of Jackie's friends, Alex Pinkleton, is also criticizing the magazine and standing by her friend's story.