John Ficarra honors the courage of Charlie Hebdo's cartoonists and their dedication to freedom of the press
At the Ramen Lab in New York City, people can learn more about the growing noodle phenomenon, and why it's more than dry packages with flavor mix
Global bike-sharing company connects bicycle owners with cyclists who want to rent their wheels
Ramen, the traditional Japanese noodle soup, is booming in popularity in the U.S. Sun Noodle, a major ramen manufacturer, has opened the Ramen Lab, a small eatery in New York City where diners can learn about the dish from a Japanese chef. Vinita Nair reports.
Your bike may be in the garage collecting dust, but now you can make money off it. David Begnaud reports on a company that's cruising through the cycling world.
80 years ago this weekend, Amelia Earhart made her groundbreaking and dangerous flight across the Pacific. She left from Honolulu bound for Oakland, California. 18 hours and 24,000 miles later, Earhart's red Lockheed Vega aircraft touched down, and a crowd of 10,000 fans greeted her at Oakland Airport.
Man acquitted of murder charge in Trayvon Martin death goes back to court
Three terror suspects are dead after two standoffs with police in Paris. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your World in 90 seconds.
David Petraeus, the former head of the CIA, could face felony criminal charges for allegedly giving classified material to a biographer who was also his mistress. The FBI and federal prosecutors have recommended that Petraeus be charged. Julianna Goldman reports from Washington.
Much of the country east of the Rockies is still in the grip of an arctic weather mass this morning. Temperatures neared zero at O'Hare Airport last night, and fierce waves in coastal Michigan combined with cold to cover a 48-foot lighthouse in ice. CBS Chicago Meteorologist Ed Curran reports how long the frigid weather will continue.
You never really know what kind of gadgets you’re going to see at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. From the cool to the kooky, CNET.com’s Kara Tsuboi has some highlights.
Like every year, the latest smartphones and TVs were on display at the International Consumer Electronics Show – but this event also saw a new line of high-tech washers. Bigad Shaban reports.
A Massachusetts woman says she didn't know she was pregnant until she went into labor. Now, she's the new mother of a ten-pound baby girl.
$10,000 reward offered for information on explosion near NAACP office in Colorado Springs, being investigated as possible hate crime
A mother of two is shot dead, and as police investigate, they uncover a tangled web of deceit. 48 Hours Executive Producer Susan Zirinsky tells CBSN about the twisted affairs of Travis McGraw.
Weighing in at 3.5 pounds, the Big Game Burger contains beef, venison and bacon. Lambeau Field will start selling the giant burgers this Sunday for $20 each.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie isn't letting criticism keep him from seeing his beloved Dallas Cowboys in person. But this week, Christie will pay for his own trip, rather than having the team's owner pick up the tab.
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In a dramatic denouement, police in Paris killed suspected hostage-taker Amedy Coulibaly; and, couldn’t the Paris massacre have been avoided if Charlie Hebdo had been more sensible? It's a question many have asked in the wake of the attacks that left 12 dead. But as "CBS Evening News" anchor Scott Pelley notes: "Charlie Hebdo staked out extremes, and so, helped define a broad space for every voice."