"I knew folks would go, 'Wow,'" says doctoral student who found film clips of Eastland disaster that left 844 people dead
Latest highway safety data comes amid concerns that marijuana legalization may be putting more stoned drivers on the roads
Towel-munching Hall of Fame coach -- dubbed "Tark the Shark" -- built a basketball dynasty at UNLV
A series of unfortunate events brought two puppies together. They're often seen snuggling together on a heart-shaped pillow. CBSN's Clarissa Ward and Michelle Miller report on the adorable video.
Frank Calabrese Sr. allegedly went to great lengths to ensure that feds could never get hold of violin he thought was worth millions
Whitney Houston's daughter, Bobbi Kristina, is doing better, despite rumors that the end is near. CBSN's Michelle Miller has details of a police investigation.
Cell phone robberies have gone down thanks to Apple's "kill switch" feature. CNET senior editor Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN with more on how it works.
Anthony, a television basketball analyst, was arrested for soliciting prostitution at a Washington hotel on Jan. 16
Jurors' views on the death penalty at center of questioning as a large pool is vetted for James Holmes' trial
Another massive dump of more than 2 feet of snow on Boston had forced a delay in Dzhokhar Tsarnaev trial's jury selection process
Teen's expletive-laden tweet leads to employer letting her go before the first day of her new job. CBSN's Clarissa Ward and Michelle Miller report on how the store owner responded.
Pennsylvania parents complain about students being given puzzles based on erotic novel, movie
Deputies originally believed they were homeless, but learned there was another explanation for the bizarre occurence
About 500 residents of a northern N.J. apartment complex were left homeless by Jan. blaze, which began during leaky pipe fix
Police say the boy's mother, grandmother and aunt planned the ruse last week to scare him, because they believed he was too nice to people
Craig Hicks allegedly shot 3 people in the head in their Chapel Hill condo; police are now investigating whether victims' Muslim faith a factor
A graduate student came across footage of the 1915 wreck that killed 844
"Fifty Shades of Grey" opens Friday, and the steamy love scenes are generating controversy because of the leading lady's "submissive" role. Lee Woodruff spoke to two famous and powerful women who say they are submissive in their marriages, but in a much different way.
Tuesday's announcements of Brian Williams's suspension from "NBC Nightly News" and Jon Stewart stepping down from "The Daily Show" are creating shockwaves throughout the media landscape. New York Times media columnist David Carr joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the impact.
Much of Prescott, Arizona, Kayla Mueller's hometown, is in shock over her death. Hardly anyone knew that she was being held by ISIS for the last 18 months. Ben Tracy reports on the reaction from the community.