The three Avila children, all born in the U.S., wait to see if their mother will be deported
At least 10 deaths are being blamed on three days of storms that dumped more than six feet of snow in upstate New York
The man, whose name hasn't been released, was linked to the attack by forensic evidence obtained after the woman was found and taken to a hospital Friday night
Spokesman says university leaders agree that climate change must be confronted but "differ on the means" to do that
The vast majority of antibiotics produced in this country are not used on humans - but on animals, both to keep them healthy and to promote growth. But doctors worry all that medicine is also promoting antibiotic-resistant superbugs. CBS News' Bigad Shaban visits a farm outside Los Angeles where the animals are drug-free.
Overnight shooting at library in heart of FSU campus sent hundreds of students running for cover
University of Utah student employee's fellow workers had to cut her free
The CDC calls insufficient sleep a "public health epidemic" and experts say finding ways to combat sleep deprivation is critical
Air Force Lt. Stephanie Erdman, who suffered an eye injury due to an airbag defect, testifies before Senate panel examining safety problems, recalls
A Thursday morning shooting left a girl and a boy dead and another child and a woman injured, according to state police
First marriage licenses have been issued in Charleston and a lesbian couple exchanged vows on the courthouse steps
Nearly 1,500 people reported on the USGS website that they felt the first quake near San Juan Bautista
A suburban Denver man charged with pushing his wife off a cliff couldn't explain to investigators why he had a map with an "X'' drawn at the spot where she fell, court documents say
The trouble occurred out at Righetti High School in Santa Maria, where there were reportedly two separate fights -- one boys, one girls
With grand jury decision looming, several nights of relative calm broken by rally that drew police in riot gear
Some areas of the country are getting a break from the Arctic air. Meteorologist Danielle Niles of Boston station WBZ has the forecast.
The second round of a monster lake-effect snow storm intensified overnight, with winds blowing at 25 mph and thunder-snow lighting up the sky in downtown Buffalo, New York. Jericka Duncan reports.
Russia-based website is allowing anyone interested to peer into homes around the world -- including many in the U.S. -- by exploiting weak web security
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety ran a number of family vehicles head-on into a barrier, and dubbed a popular model "one of the worst" they've seen