Seven Marines and four soldiers are feared dead following an Army chopper crash near Pensacola, Florida. CBS Radio News correspondent Cami McCormick joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano and Meg Oliver with the latest details.
It's the only state in 40 years to carry out a death sentence by firing squad; legislature insists bill is just a "backup plan" to lethal injection
Ahmed Al-Jumaili had saved money for more than a year for the move to the U.S., his family says; four suspects sought
Much of the country is getting relief this morning from the brutally cold winter. A higher jet stream is bringing much-needed warmth to the Midwest, and that is spreading to other parts of the country. Anna Werner reports from New York City, which could see a record high today.
7 Marines, 4 soldiers aboard Army helicopter that crashed over waters off Florida during training mission
Two University of Oklahoma students are apologizing for their role in a racist song captured on video. One student says the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity taught him the lyrics. Jericka Duncan reports from the SAE fraternity house in Norman, Oklahoma.
Several troops presumed dead after military chopper crash off Florida; Hillary Clinton addresses emailgate; racing to save rhinos in South Africa
The Obama administration's proposal to drop the popular ammunition was met with loud criticism from Congress and the public
The actress -- and self-professed "cat lady" -- sits down with CBS News' Lauren Moraski to talk about rescuing cats, her time on "Grey's Anatomy" and "Private Practice" and what's coming up next.
Hillary Clinton addressed a crowd of hundreds of reporters Tuesday on her use of a private email account as secretary of state, revealing that she thought "using one device would be simpler." Managing editor of Bloomberg Politics John Heilemann, who also co-authored "Game Change" and Double Down" about the last two presidential campaigns, joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about the impact of the email controversy on Clinton's potential presidential campaign.
Hillary Clinton is facing new questions after breaking her silence on the use of a private email account for State Department business. The former secretary of state insists she followed all the rules. She told reporters Tuesday that she deleted thousands of messages. Nancy Cordes reports.
An intense rescue effort is going on in the Florida Panhandle. The Army chopper went down Tuesday night at Eglin Air Force Base. Search and rescue crews found debris several hours later. David Martin reports from the Pentagon.
Search on for 7 Marines, 4 soldiers after Army helicopter went down on remote Panhandle beach during night training exercise
After a backlash from lawmakers and the public, the ATF has decided to drop plans to ban a popular type of rifle ammunition. Some types of ammunition used in AR-15-style rifles can penetrate a police officer's protective vest if fired from a handgun.
Music journalist Alan Light explains the importance behind a jury's decision to order Robin Thicke and Pharrell to pay more than $7 million to Marvin Gaye's children for copyright infringement.
Federal invesitgation said John Shaw encouraged Ferguson police force to aggressively ticket motorists as a way to generate city revenue
Former fraternity member apologizes for allegedly leading racist singalong; another expelled student's parents also issue statement
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton addressed the controversy over her private email account for the first time; and, the path used by thousands of tourists to reach a popular viewing area of the Hollywood sign in Los Angeles is causing problems for a nearby neighborhood.
For students and alumni at Oklahoma University, seeing a video showing fraternity members chanting racist song lyrics has been a nightmare
Researchers say results from a new study suggest that kids who get too much praise from their parents are more likely to become self-absorbed.