President's press secretary says Secret Service investigating
Tens of millions in areas with blizzard warnings; airlines cancelling flights, residents preparing homes, stocking up on food
The federal judge would not honor a request to place her ruling on indefinite hold until the U.S. Supreme Court takes up the issue
1/25: Northeast prepares for severe winter storm; Reporter's Notebook: Progress in Cuba as diplomatic relations with U.S. thaw
About 20 million people from New York to Boston are in the Nor’easter’s path. Many spent the day stocking up on food, and storm supplies; and, U.S. and Cuban officials held their highest-level talks in decades. Manuel Bojorquez says there were no major breakthroughs, but there are signs of progress.
The aircraft were evacuated due to "security concerns," an airport spokesperson said
Known for its quirky offerings, SkyMall was the shopping destination for travelers 30,000 feet up in the air. But after 25 years of selling glow-in-the-dark toilet seats and mounted squirrel heads, the famed in-flight magazine filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Jericka Duncan reports.
The popularity of shelter dogs and cats and better animal population control has led to a shortage of pets for adoption in the northeast U.S.
Mike Krzyzewski and the Blue Devils pushed past St. John's for a 77-68 victory, setting a milestone for the Duke head coach
Store in Midtown Manhattan saw chaos midday during apparent shooting; motive still sought
Fierce public resistance in battle against Dengue and chikungunya as many fear insects' altered DNA could enter human bloodstream
Andy Lally said he felt a bump at 5 a.m. during the Rolex 24, but didn't think anything of it until the crew working on his Porsche made an unusual discovery
A message of love floated on air by 16-year-old Ashlynn Marracino did not reach her intended target, but she believes the balloon-borne note still got through - to her departed dad.Steve Hartman reports.
Just after region is coated in rain, snow and slush, a large storm system barrels out of Midwest just ahead of the work week
According to the U.S. Justice Department, one in five college women will experience some kind of sexual assault while at school. Tracy Smith investigates what some are calling an epidemic of campus assaults, and looks into the ways that victims, educators and legislators are fighting back.
As he time in charge of professional baseball ends, Selig talks about a pro team abroad, the canceled World Series, and his favorite players
To Chicago Cubs fans, "Mr. Cub" was sunshine that cut through decades of darkness. To baseball players, he was the spirit of the game
In a behind-the-scenes moment with CBS News correspondent Dean Reynolds, legendary Chicago Cubs player Ernie Banks reminisces about game time at Wrigley Field. Banks died Jan. 23 at age 83.
1/24: ISIS appears to execute Japanese hostage; Ernie Banks, legendary Chicago Cubs player, dead at 83
It appears ISIS may have slaughtered another hostage. This time, the victim would be one of two Japanese men who have been held by the terror group; and, news of the death of former Chicago Cubs player Ernie Banks landed heavily at Wrigley Field, where No. 14 is enshrined forever in the hearts and minds of fans and friends. He was 83.
Closing arguments expected Monday in trial of Cory Batey and Brandon Vandenburg, accused of raping unconscious woman and recording attack
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick called an impromptu press conference as the NFL investigates how the team prepared its footballs for the AFC championship game in what has become known as "deflate-gate." Belichick said his team "followed every rule to the letter."