CBS News' Tracy Smith was in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina hit, covering the crisis that followed the storm
Chief meteorologist Craig Setzer of WFOR-TV looks at the latest track for Tropical Storm Erika
A state of emergency has been declared in Florida as the state prepares for Tropical Storm Erika
Tropical Storm Erika lashed the Dominican Republic and Haiti Friday with heavy rain and strong winds
WDBJ editor Michael Episcopo was working behind the scenes Wednesday morning when his colleagues Alison Parker and Adam Ward were killed on live television
Owen Labrie was cleared of felony rape but convicted on lesser sex offenses against a 15-year-old girl
Max Page, who played Darth Vader in a popular car commercial that debuted during the 2011 Super Bowl, underwent surgery to get an artificial heart valve
In May, Ashley Madison CEO Noel Biderman told CBS News that a safe way to cheat can be good for marriages and families
36-year-old saw what viewers at home did not, the live feed from Adam Ward's camera, focused on his friend's watch attached to a lifeless hand
The most compelling photos from the week's news, August 22-28, 2015, including the Virginia shooting, European migrant crisis and newborn pandas
"Alcohol got to him in the end, but not by his own doing," his sister said.
Alison Parker's father says he will make it his mission to try to change gun laws, says his daughter's death "will not be in vain"
Agent allegedly told 22-year-old college student she had to be searched in a restroom
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead
The jury in the New Hampshire prep school rape trial spent a little over seven hours deliberating before finding Owen Labrie guilty on misdemeanor sexual assault charges, though they acquitted him on felony rape charges.
Coach allegedly pressured players to avoid or postpone medical treatment and continue playing despite injuries
Remembering slain news crew, tracking Tropical Storm Erika, the newborn panda cub's paternity and more
10 years after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans and the nation reflect on the disaster
Clerk has refused to comply with several court orders in recent weeks, citing religious reasons for turning away gay couples seeking marriage licenses
Nonprofit says 4-year-old boy's death was the 16th such case of its kind in the nation this year