For the first time, Metropolitan Transportation Authority is asking men to mind the gap as more customers complain about "manspreading"
Stanford University make a breakthrough concerning a common class of antibiotic that can cause hearing loss. And the FDA approves the highest number of drugs in 18 years. Eboni Williams reports on some of the day’s top health stories from New York.
Residents of Selma, Alabama, can see the civil rights era-movie "Selma" for free beginning Jan. 9. And the groundbreaking biopic "Life Itself," expected to be heavily awarded during award season, is coming out on DVD. Bigad Shaban has those stories and more in today's Eye on Entertainment
Residents of Selma, Alabama can see the civil rights era-movie "Selma" for free beginning January 9th. And the groundbreaking biopic "Life Itself," expected to be heavily rewarded during award season, is coming out on DVD. CBS's Bigad Shaban has those stories and more in today's Eye on Entertainment.
Gas prices are at five year lows, but that could be changing, thanks to taxes. And Sony says sometime this month it will announce a 10 percent discount code for purchases in the Playstation Store. Jill Wagner reports on the day's top MoneyWatch headlines.
When partners team up to practice AcroYoga, they get more than just a workout, they get an unforgettable lesson in communication and trust. CBS News' Parvati Shallow explores the trend with two devoted practitioners.
Police say 3-week old had been tossed into dumpster; she was kidnapped day after her mother, father, uncle were shot
Wall Street executive Thomas Gilbert was pronounced dead in his home on Manhattan's East Side
1/4: 7-year-old survivor key in Ky. plane crash investigation; Previewing CES 2015: What to expect in tech
Sailor Gutzler, 7, along with her parents, her sister and cousin, were the only ones aboard a twin engine Piper PA-34 when it went down in the Kentucky woods this weekend. Only Sailor emerged from the wreckage, and she had just minor injuries. Afterwards, she walked without shoes through the woods until she found help. Adriana Diaz reports; Every year, CES gives a glimpse into the future of technology. Carter Evans discusses new wearable technology and home entertainment likely to appear at this year's show.
To prevent another devastating wildfire season, the state's Department of Natural Resources is asking lawmakers for a large increase toward forest hazard reduction
An American who treated patients in Sierra Leone arrived at the Nebraska Medical Center to be watched for signs of the virus
Birds ingested into airplane engines at Honolulu International Airport would be a worse problem if it weren't for a creative solution
Plains expected to get a heavy blast of frigid air this week; New York could see temps in the 10s; even New Orleans expected to feel chill
Nearly all methamphetamine used to be produced in the U.S., but a U.S. crackdown on ingredients has opened the door for cartels
Police say Officer Darryl Jouett was out to dinner with his wife in Cincinnati when the mishap occurred
Despite pleas from police commissioner, New York cops use a funeral to repeat stinging display of scorn for Mayor de Blasio
Ed Hochuli mistakenly heard on in-stadium microphone during Cardinals-Panthers game calling field judge by nickname
Traveling faster than a Ferrari at 220 miles per hour, officials hope high-speed rail runs from L.A. to San Francisco in just 3 hours
This week's moment in nature leaves us in Torres Del Paine National Park in Patagonia, in southern Chile, where it's the early days of summer.
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Charles Osgood reports.