Facebook's chief product officer thinks virtual reality is the future of social networking: "You'll do it, Beyonce will do it"
Carmen, a 9-year-old boxer, nearly died after apparently trying to protect her owner from a house fire in Ohio
Video shows unexpected hitchhiker making itself comfortable after hopping on for a ride
She held on for 20 minutes before a team saved her and two others off the New Jersey coast
Proposed rules would also order hotels not to automatically provide guests with fresh towels and sheets every day
Experts say police interference can escalate violence and erode trust but some officers say restraint sends the wrong message
Construction firm to meet with town officials and possibly set a date to raze the house where Adam Lanza and his mother lived
The best in big wave surfing gather at Hawaii's Waimea Bay for a 30-year tradition, but the contest can only happen under the most extreme circumstances. Chip Reid went to Hawaii to meet the competitors of the Quiksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau tournament.
The family of a 14-year-old girl is praising rescuers this morning after the teen fell into icy waters off the New Jersey coast, leaving her and two others stranded. Elaine Quijano shows how it all unfolded.
It's not a bird or a plane, but a blimp in the sky, floating over Maryland's Baltimore suburbs. It's the newest security system launched by the Army to protect major cities along the East Coast, and it can detect everything from a cruise missile to a large drone. Chip Reid reports on the fears of how it could be used for other purposes.
Defense attorneys in the "American Sniper" murder trial are presenting an insanity defense for Eddie Ray Routh, who admitted to shooting and killing Navy SEAL Chris Kyle and his friend Chad Littlefield. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman has tried insanity cases from both sides and joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the burden of proving insanity.
In the aftermath of the destructive freight train derailment in West Virginia, the federal government is considering changes to how crude oil is transported. Jeff Pegues reports from Washington, where the government faces opposition to proposals aimed at preventing future accidents.
White House summit seeks creative ways to fight terrorism; bitter cold grips much of eastern U.S.; the Fed's image problem
Boston just hit the 8-foot mark of snow, the second highest total it's ever recorded. The snow and cold are making if difficult to get around, whether on ground or at sea. Jericka Duncan reports from Boston.
Millions of Americans are experiencing one of the coldest mornings of winter, as a giant blast of Arctic air spreads across more than half of the country. For the South where this week's snow and ice storm left hundreds of thousands of people without power, they're bracing for more blistering cold weather. Cuthbert Langley of CBS affiliate WTVF reports from Nashville.
Watch how the high-tech blimp is maintained by a low-tech slingshot system developed to knock frozen precipitation off the tail fins. Chip Reid reports.
As cold grips swath from Northeast to Gulf Coast, the deep freeze is turning deadly
An unmanned airship could soon be on permanent duty scanning for threats over the East Coast, but some fear it might also snoop on those below
A beagle named Miss P won best in show at the prestigious annual event in New York's Madison Square Garden, besting more than 2,700 dogs from 15 countries; Naomi Choy-Smith reports
7 years after financial crisis that brought ruin and unemployment to Motor City, JPMorgan boss Jamie Dimon says his "goal is to help Detroit thrive"