According to federal regulators, nearly 34 million vehicles will need to be fixed because of defective Takata air bags; and more than 60 musical acts auditioned Tuesday in front a panel of judges to earn the official approval of the New York City subway system.
More than 60 musical acts auditioned Tuesday in front a panel of judges to earn the official approval of the New York City subway system. The winning acts will be given access to the most lucrative spots in the city's subway. Jim Axelrod reports.
A quarter of Americans over 65 are at risk of becoming so-called "elder orphans" -- facing loneliness, depression and limited access to basic needs. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook reports on the emerging problem.
There are more than 9,000 untested rape kits in crime labs in five major U.S. cities, according to the national group Joyful Heart Foundation. Anna Werner reports on the impact untested kits can have.
Austin Tice, 34, is an American journalist who has been missing in Syria for more than 1,000 days. On Tuesday his mother Debra Tice made an appeal for help in getting her son back. CBS News correspondent Clarissa Ward reports.
After 28 days of avoiding the press, Hillary Clinton answered questions Tuesday about her use of private emails as secretary of state. Clinton told the press she wants the emails released sooner than the State Department's expected release. Nancy Cordes reports from Cedar Falls, Iowa.
According to federal regulators, nearly 34 million vehicles will need to be fixed because of defective Takata air bags. At least five deaths and more than 100 injuries have been linked to the problem. Jeff Glor reports on the historic recall and what's being done to diagnose the problem.
Thousands of the kits are still with police departments nationwide, possibly delaying justice for victims of sexual assault
Dozens of musical acts audition for a chance to get a prime spot in New York City's subway system
In one of the largest actions of its kind ever, federal regulators say it is still unclear why airbags made by Takata are injuring drivers
Clarence Blackmon's story exemplifies one of the many risks of aging alone
Man who was driving train that derailed in Philadelphia had only been on that route a few weeks
Adnan Syed, the convicted killer who was the subject of the popular podcast "Serial," has won a big break in his push for a retrial. The defense may have the chance to call an alibi witness. 48 Hours Crimesider reporter Michelle Sigona has the latest.
"There is disturbing new evidence of a backlog in rape investigations across the U.S. There are more than 9,000 rape kits sitting in crime labs, waiting to be tested. Ilse Knecht, of the Joyful Heart Foundation talks to CBSN's Elaine Quijano. "
New England Patriots' owner Robert Kraft says he will not appeal punishments from the league over deflating championship game balls. CBSN's Elaine Quijano talks about the highly-anticipated decision.
CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers sits down with CBS This Morning senior producer Diana Miller about Wednesday's show, which will be live from the the top of the World Trade Center.
Historian Mark Griffiths claims to have decoded directions to the first known images of historic playwright William Shakespeare. However, some experts are skeptical. CBSN's Elaine Quijano reports on the controversial claim.
"Something smelled good" for cat to wander into downtown San Mateo, official says
After CBSN's Elaine Quijano talks to Jeff Glor who has been following the airbag recalls.
A Montana teen who was startled by pebbles tossed at his windows fired a gun that killed his friend. CBSN's Elaine Quijano has the story.