it's often a matter of life or death as smugglers try out outrun cops or dump immigrants in the brush to die in heat
Woman arrested, charged with child endangerment after she allegedly left her son in the car to redeem a $10 Pittsburgh casino voucher she'd won that night
The Charles W. Morgan first sailed in 1841, it was one of 2,700 American ships that brought back the whale oil that lit the nation's lamps; On Wednesday, it returned from its final voyage
Thieves did some heavy lifting after breaking into shop class at a Sacramento high school
Three federal appeals judges are hearing arguments about gay marriage bans in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky and Tennessee
Police in Georgia and California will exchange notes about the deaths of two men linked to alleged prostitute Alix Tichelman
Tony Roman, who has spent 30 years, on the waters near Baltimore took a photo of a phenomenon rarely seen: a horizontal funnel cloud
Son says Bill White survived being trapped amid tons of grain partly because he's "10 times tougher than the average guy"
Residents of about 25 households have been told it's best to stay elsewhere until further notice
Veteran Tulsa police officers, husband and wife, charged in shooting death of daughter's 19-year-old boyfriend
A man was fatally shot by police after waving a rifle-type weapon around an Ohio Walmart, police said
Mother-son volunteer firefighters responded to early morning call for car on fire; semi-tractor collided with fire truck
Report that Russian crime ring stole 1.2 billion passwords raises new doubts about online security measures
After a Toledo water ban quickly emptied store shelves, inmates at a state prison, which is a working dairy farm, packaged clean drinking water to ship to residents. Maureen Kocot of WBNS reports.
As Cleveland prepares to host this weekend's Gay Games and the 2016 Republican National Convention, the clock is ticking to clean up the city's appearance. Paul Orlusky from CBS affiliate WOIO reports.
North Carolina waterfowl rescue workers travel to Woodland, California, to aid a flock of geese stranded in a drought-stricken pond. KOVR's Ron Jones reports.
Two double-decker buses collided in New York City's Times Square, injuring 14 people
Controversy over electric shock treatments for behavioral disorders; who Americans blame for Gaza conflict; and Godzilla's roots explored
Woman, 62, suspected of sneaking onto San Jose-to-L.A. flight, apparently hiding in plain sight
Driver of one of the two double-decker buses charged with driving while impaired; the crash injured 14 people in tourist-packed area