On a day where Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev received 6 death sentences, 20 life terms without parole, he confessed and apologized
Shephard Fairey is the creator of the "Hope" poster used in President Barack Obama's 2008 campaign
Police are looking for suspects in the blaze that severely damaged the predominately black church, but the pastor says congregants have "already forgiven" whoever did it
New Kansas law banning procedure that opponents call "dismemberment abortion" being challenged by abortion providers
Man hit by falling baby says a tarp that had been put up for a cookout broke the boy's fall
A new study shows most Americans dread the daunting task. CBS News' Hena Daniels gives us some insight on what many are willing to do instead of asking for a bump in salary, and how to do so effectively.
Married couple Michael and Tina Careccia vanished Monday on their way to work; their car was reportedly found not far from their home, covered in dirt
CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford and Ilya Shapiro, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, explain Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's comments on the court's decision to uphold a major portion of Obamacare.
After the Supreme Court upheld key provisions of the Affordable Care Act, CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes explains why the ruling was important for Congress and the 2016 presidential election.
Dustin Diamond was convicted earlier this month on charges stemming from a Christmas Day barroom fight
A dramatic puppy rescue took place in Buffalo, New York, when Bailey, a teacup Yorkshire terrier, fell down an exposed vent pipe. Her owner called 9-1-1, and firefighters worked for three hours to free the pup.
Anthony Graves, who spent 18 years in prison for murders he didn't commit, says he now considers himself an advocate for justice
The Charleston shooting has sparked an intense debate over the Confederate flag, and pop culture is taking note. USC marketing professor Jeetendr Sehdev joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano and Contessa Brewer to talk about the flag's removal from the "General Lee" car from TV's "Dukes of Hazzard."
The U.S. Supreme Court upheld a major part of President Obama's health care law, ruling 6-3 that the government is permitted to give tax subsidies to people who sign up for health insurance on the federal exchanges. Charlie Rose, Norah O'Donnell and Gayle King anchor this CBS News Special Report, with Jan Crawford reporting from Washington.
It’s a sport often described as spiritual, about as close as you can get to being in sync with mother nature. So, it may come as a surprise that the tools of the trade are actually toxic to the environment. Wetsuits and surfboards have been made with harmful petroleum-based products for more than 50 years. Carter Evans reports on how the surfing industry is now taking sustainability for a ride.
Police dispatcher files claim alleging officer she knew 10 years ago emailed a nude photo of her to a colleague
For 50 years, gear for the sport has been toxic to the environment, but one of the best big wave surfers hopes to change that
The boys are back with a little more bump and grind in the sequel to the 2012 stripper flick "Magic Mike." Channing Tatum and Matt Bomer play two members of a male dance group that doesn't let much come between themselves and their female fans. Suzanne Marques sat down with some of the stars to discuss the upcoming film.
Man was driving a 20-foot pontoon boat when his son fell into Lake Hopatcong
Officials say pilots' lives were put "at risk" after drone flies above brush fire in San Bernardino Mountains