Following two nights of violent protests sparked by the fatal police shooting of a black man, Keith Lamont Scott, evidence is slowly starting to surface. Charlotte's police chief revealed there is video of the shooting, but he is declining to release the clip. David Begnaud reports.
Shooting at the Thomas & Betts manufacturing plant in Athens, Tennessee, left three people dead, according to McMinn County Sheriff Joe Guy
Hillary Clinton is spending time away from the campaign trail in preparation for the next week's first presidential debate. Meanwhile, Donald Trump is doing just the opposite. Nancy Cordes has more.
Tulsa, Okla., police officer Betty Shelby was charged with first-degree manslaughter in the shooting death of an unarmed black man, Terence Crutcher. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
Hackers had access to the VP Biden's travel schedule as well as a scanned copy of Michelle Obama's passport after breaking into a White House staffer's email. Officials are calling the breach a wake-up call. Jan Crawford has more.
Reshma Quereshi is challenging beauty standards and speaking out for fellow acid attack victims
Suspect’s father told The New York Times that he had told the FBI two years ago that his son was drawn to al Qaeda and the Taliban
Officer Betty Shelby charged with first-degree manslaughter after fatally shooting Terence Crutcher while responding to stalled car
Abdul Fatah and Sorihin say they were tricked into accepting dangerous jobs that they weren't allowed to leave
An NYU psychologist may have found a way to retrain our brains against racial bias and prejudice
Law enforcement source tells CBS News that the FBI and the U.S. Attorney’s office in Manhattan are investigating former congressman Anthony Weiner
On the southern shore of Utah’s Great Salt Lake, more than 100 boats are sitting high and dry in a parking lot, unable to sail the shallow, drought-stricken sea
The U.S. has avoided deporting most Haitians in the wake of the devastating earthquake in 2010
Haunting Image of a young Syrian boy covered in soot and blood resonated with a child who offered the boy his home
Protests turned violent for the second night in Charlotte after the fatal police shooting of a black man. One man was also shot during Wednesday's protests. CBS News correspondent Kenneth Craig joins CBSN with the latest.
The father grinned at his sixth-grader's responses to a class questionnaire, but when he looked closer he saw something disturbing
When Ashley Niels found out her beloved dog had inoperable cancer, she and her neighbors set out to help Spunky experience snow one last time
Millions of Puerto Ricans left without power after fire at power plant
New developments on investigation into bombing in New York's Chelsea neighborhood
Hundreds of chimps need homes now that the government is ending lab experiments on humankind's closest relatives