“It's about developing kids to be great future citizens,” says Lynn Kelley, the woman who started the jump rope group the Firecrackers 20 years ago. The young girls from South Lebanon, Ohio now perform in front of large crowds across the country, learning important life lessons along the way. Adriana Diaz reports.
A Penn State student who attended parties at Kappa Delta Rho says the fraternity had a culture of encouraging people to drink regardless of whether they could handle it or not. According to police, the fraternity posted photos of naked women with comments boasting about sexual exploits. Vinita Nair reports from Penn State University.
Parachute malfunctioned during jump, officials say
Fraternity accused of posting nude photos on Facebook encouraged "everyone to drink, whether you seemed like you could handle it or not," woman says
A Mass. law enforcement officer told a jury about the discovery of materials intended to do even more damage after the Boston Marathon attack
Official sees no signs of a break-in at warehouse where coveted barrels of whiskey "wandered off"
Starbucks announced it will begin a mobile delivery service, with the first rollout targeted to private homes in Seattle and some buildings in New York City, including the Empire State Building.
Robert Durst had a fake ID, tens of thousands of dollars in cash and a mask when he was arrested in the 2000 murder of his friend, affidavit says
Kappa Delta Rho members could be expelled from Penn State for Facebook page with women's nude photos, university president Eric Barron says
A court security officer allowed Aaron Hernandez's mother to kiss her son's hand in the courtroom, which drew complaints from the family of the man he's accused of killing
New data claims that Uber has overtaken yellow taxis in New York City, with more than 14,000 cars operating in the city, compared to around 13,500 cabs.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney gives a wide-ranging interview to Playboy magazine, touching on race, gender and President Obama. CBS News political editor Steve Chaggaris joins CBSN to discuss.
A Philadelphia woman who found a wedding ring dated from 1955 is looking for its owner; and a local TV station has gotten involved in the search
While the Firecrackers dazzle crowds with their performances, their coach says Ohio team's goal has nothing to do with jump roping
CBS' Jim Nantz, working his 30th NCAA Tournament, will be calling the Final Four alongside Bill Raftery and Grant Hill
Police in Mesa, Arizona, a suburb outside of Phoenix, are looking for a suspect who has shot and wounded at least four people.
Get the inside scoop on the South region with CBS Sports experts Jon Rothstein and Pete Gillen.
CBS Sports experts Jon Rothstein and Pete Gillen break down the East region matchups.
Judge unmoved by female teacher: "Poor you...you did something you shouldn't have done."
Singer waves an emotionless goodbye to her hit song "Nothing compares to you," telling fans they shouldn't expect to hear it at future concerts. Why? CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Meg Oliver explain.