The aircraft hit the roof of a building in an industrial area in North Salt Lake, but police say no one else was hurt at the scene
New York officials say they are expecting protests no matter what a grand jury decides in the case of a Staten Island man who died in a police chokehold
Where everyone else sees failure, these sergeants see hidden potential in teens sent to National Guard boot camp
"It is recorded. We have it on tape. There is no room for argument," says NYC Public Advocate Letitia James
Air Force is court-martialing an officer who was caught in a drug investigation announced in January
More than 20 others injured in a crash involving two school buses in Knoxville
The FBI has joined in the search for a West Chester University student who went missing in Philadelphia the night before Thanksgiving. Michelle Sigona reports.
CBSN highlights some of the best videos we've seen online.
Saxophonist Bobby Keys, who toured with the Stones for more than 45 years, has passed away. He played on classics like "Brown Sugar."
The fire blazed through the coastal Massachusetts house, but the girl's quick action prevented any loss of life
86-year-old Hall of Famer known as "Mr. Hockey" suffers third stroke since late October
An FAA test showed a chain reaction of batteries overheating after just one was exposed to high temperatures
Officials say prisoner's arm became stuck when he reached into the toilet to fetch an item that had fallen in
More than 1,000 angles, wise men and religious royalty packed a Provo, Utah, park and entered the Guinness Book of World Record
A ban on political advocacy on campuses was protested by a massive sit-in at UC Berkeley on Dec. 2, 1964, forever changing college life
Scott, who has refereed 29 years in pro baseball, is the first male referee to come out in any major American sports league
A "golden age of personal videography" has been opened up by drones, but one of the aircraft's pioneers says there's a responsibility to regulate their use
Worker appears to slam slabs of frozen meat on sidewalk covered in gum, dirt and cigarette butts
China has a reputation for its "big brother" behavior. But a new set of rules on certain kinds of speech might surprise you. CBS News correspondent Seth Doane joins "CBSN" from Beijing on how the government is looking to ban puns and wordplay.
Speaker of the House John Boehner is expected reveal a spending bill that would curb President Obama's immigration policy. CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joins "CBSN" from Capitol Hill.