It had been 7 decades since Bryan Sperry put on a Kansas football uniform and stepped out on the field
Activists still pressing for answers in the case of Freddie Gray, who died in police custody under mysterious circumstances
Can home brewers make great-tasting beer using water with an unappetizing history?
New York is following in the footsteps of cities including Los Angeles, Chicago and Philadelphia
Single mother Toya Graham says she was shocked and scared when she recognized her son in a group of youths throwing rocks and bricks at police. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Meg Oliver talked to her about what was going through her mind.
Prosecutors say Roberto Fuentes tossed a Molotov cocktail Saturday into a tire shop in South El Monte, Calif., killing three
Quadcopter flew about 200 feet above a plane that was landing on a Love Field runway, FAA says
Nik Wallenda reported 20 mph winds and said the structure was "really wet" as he began his 4-minute walk
A judge will begin to decide whether Delta Kappa Epsilon's frat house can continue to exist on campus next year at Wesleyan University. The university plans to shut down the house because it says members did not comply with a new school policy to include women. Adriana Diaz reports.
Toya Graham spotted her 16-year-old son in a crowd of teens vandalizing and looting during the Baltimore riots Monday. Cameras captured the moment she confronted and struck the boy, and the video went viral. Graham, a single mother of six, joins "CBS This Morning" exclusively to talk about what happened after the video where she showed tough love for her son.
A Colorado jury will hear a second day of survivor testimony in the mass murder trial of James Holmes, who has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity in the Colorado movie theater massacre. Twelve people were killed and 70 were wounded. Mark Strassmann reports.
The Supreme Court appears sharply divided over its role in deciding the legality of same-sex marriage. The justices heard 2.5 hours of historic arguments Tuesday. The likely swing vote is Justice Anthony Kennedy who sent conflicting signals. Jan Crawford reports.
For the first time in regular season play, all fans will be banned from a Major League Baseball game Wednesday when the Orioles host the White Sox at Baltimore's Camden Yards. Chip Reid reports.
Baltimore police now describe the city as stable after protests over the police custody death of Freddie Gray turned violent Monday. The National Guard helped enforce a mandatory 10 p.m. curfew for the entire city Tuesday night. Protesters eventually dispersed, but police arrested 10 people after it went into effect. Jeff Pegues reports.
As the violence abates, Baltimore remains on tenterhooks, while scared and frustrated residents in Nepal's capital look for a way out
University officials are requiring the fraternity to admit women and provide housing for them, but frat members accuse the school of discrimination
Just five days before the biggest fight of their careers, the hype machines of both camps are in full overdrive
Rioting was followed by day of cleanup and relative quiet, but things got briefly out of hand when police began enforcing curfew
While the citywide curfew went into effect 10 p.m. Tuesday, some protesters decided to stay out longer. Kris Van Cleave reports.
The curfew went into effect Tuesday night. But as Ines Novacic reports, not all protesters turned left at 10 p.m.