Witnesses say the man yelled his Frappuccino order before hiding in the bathroom for about half an hour; he left before police showed up
Since the first case of Ebola was diagnosed in the U.S., government officials have talked extensively about isolation, quarantine and self-monitoring procedures. CBS News' Brian Webb looks into the differences between these terms.
A man and woman who reportedly engaged in animal sacrifice have been arrested after police found the remains of two men in their N.C. back yard
But official says there was no indication Amber Vinson has typical symptoms of Ebola when she flew to Cleveland
A mama bear and her cub caused a stir in a Pasadena, California community. Residents were advised to avoid the area as the bears made stops at several homes. Jeff Nguyen of KCBS reports.
Arizona's conservative attorney general says he won't challenge federal judge's ruling
The best images from the week's news, Oct. 10 - Oct. 17, 2014
For the first time since the Gateway Arch in St. Louis was completed, crews will be collecting stains from the structure in an attempt to figure out what caused them to form. The National Park Service is hoping to sample the stains and figure out what caused them so they can be removed.
Police say a Manhattan man has been arrested in connection with the death of a 46-year-old man found dead in a bathtub
Nina Pham arrived at National Institutes of Health Clinical Center near Washington just before midnight
Randy Mark Yager, 58, was apprehended Wednesday near Rosarito, Baja California, Mexico
Michael Dunn was convicted of first-degree murder for opening fire into a car full of teenagers, killing 17-year-old Jordan Davis
Family members often serve as caregivers for the tens of millions of elderly Americans who aren't rich or poor enough to obtain necessary long-term care
A glance at the stories stemming from the new U.S. cases and news from overseas
Cuts in public health budgets have hampered efforts to fight Ebola, and each party says the other is to blame
Americans will soon have a new lottery game to place bets on. For the first time in more than 12 years, lottery officials in the U.S. are launching a new national multi-state game with a top prize between $15 to $25 million. But when it comes to lotteries, it may not all be fun and games. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead
Hillsboro, Oregon Fire Department says medics found both the parents of the 6-month-old girl at the car
The spread of Ebola in Dallas has put a spotlight on how the government handles a crisis. The numbers are a shock for the CDC, an agency that has a strong reputation. John Dickerson and Frank Lutz join "CBS This Morning" to weigh in on the poll findings.
Police say 15-year-old Anne Kasprzak, who was found in a Utah river, knew the unnamed teenager who has been charged with her murder