Ed Sheeran surprised a fan singing one of his songs by joining her on stage for an impromptu duet of "Thinking Out Loud" at a Humane Society fundraiser. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Elaine Quijano watch the sing-along.
Phoenix-area man helped plan assault on Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest, officials say; Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem accused of providing the guns
Beach remains open, but officials advise against ocean swimming after two young people lost limbs in separate shark attacks this past weekend.
Filmmaker John Waters called burlesque icon "the best tourist attraction that Baltimore ever had"
Chase Merritt was ordered to face trial in the 2010 slayings of his business associate and the associate's family after prosecutors for the first time presented evidence linking him to the crime
Lifeguards in Seal Beach, California are using a drone to look for sharks near the shoreline. The technology allows the lifeguards to monitor the sharks without needing to go into the water. Stacey Butler of CBS Los Angeles reports.
Police say the boy kicked and stepped on the little girl, because it was "so overwhelming to hear her cry and scream"
Drone recently recorded video of a juvenile great white shark in waist-high water at Surfside Beach
Thousands of iPhone photos, photographers from 120 countries; the results of the 2015 iPhone Photography Awards are in...
Beer and college have gone together for a long time, but not in the way Colorado State University is now making it possible
Beer and college have gone together for a long time, but not like this. Colorado State University is one of several colleges now offering a major in beer. Barry Peterson reports on the intoxicating industry looking to hire millennials.
Paraplegic motocross rider Darius Glover is hoping to make history this year by winning a national title. Michelle Miller looks at how he is preparing to achieve his goal.
Indiana is the latest state to begin penalizing drivers for holding up traffic in the left lane. When its new law begins next month, drivers could get tickets for as much as $500. Adriana Diaz is traveling through Chicago, where a similar rule took effect years ago.
Rachel Dolezal is no longer the president of Spokane's chapter of the NAACP. The embattled leader resigned Monday amid growing controversy about her race. Dolezal's parents, who are white, say she has an obligation to come clean about her deception. John Blackstone reports on how Dolezal's lies could get her into legal trouble.
Details emerge about prison worker's very intimate relationship with escapee, and CBS News get's a rare look at the desperate situation inside Yemen
Tropical Storm Bill poses a big threat to the southern Plains. It's churning in the Gulf of Mexico, 90 miles off the coast of Texas. Omar Villafranca reports from Galveston where local residents are bracing for impact.
Five people are dead and eight others injured after a balcony collapsed overnight at the top of a four-story apartment building in downtown Berkeley, California. Elaine Quijano reports.
Ex-president of Spokane's NAACP chapter sued Howard University more than a decade ago, claiming she was the victim of discrimination
Police say at least 5 killed, and 8 injured in tragedy at apartment building downtown near the UC Berkeley campus
Evacuations, school closures as Tropical Storm Bill threatens to drench parts of the country still reeling from last month's deadly deluge