The case could end up at the Supreme Court
A new survey finds almost 22 percent of Americans who were planning to fly before Labor Day will change, delay or cancel their plans
Multiple tornadoes touched down Wednesday in northern Kansas. At least one person died
As the race for the White House takes on tones of a by-gone era, we look at the potential threat to U.S. travelers lurking on airport tarmacs
After Rishi Nair showed off his global knowledge at the finals, he was quick to thank his role model
Close call for Chapman, small city almost wiped off map by deadly twister in 2008
Shots ring out at hip-hop concert near Union Square, leaving at least three people wounded, police say
Paul Ryan's office is confirming that he is speaking with Donald Trump Wednesday night
The Obama administration is being sued over its federal directive on transgender rights
The scene outside a Donald Trump rally turned violent once again Wednesday with riot police confronting anti-Trump protesters in Anaheim, California. CBS Radio News correspondent Steve Futterman joins CBSN with more.
Emergency officials in Dickinson County, Kansas, confirm at least 20 homes have been heavily damaged or destroyed near Abilene and Chapman
The head of the TSA told members of Congress Wednesday that long lines at airport security checkpoints won't be ending anytime soon. Peter Neffenger's testimony comes at a critical time for the TSA.
After a chaotic night outside a Donald Trump rally in Albuquerque, New Mexico, protesters confronted Trump supporters Wednesday in Anaheim, California. On Twitter, the candidate called the demonstrators "thugs who were flying the Mexican flag."
Hillary Clinton failed to comply with State Department policies when she used a private email server during her time as secretary of state, an audit has found. CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joins CBSN with the fallout.
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"Face the Nation" anchor John Dickerson and "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert sit down for a wide-ranging interview in New York
Two U.S. senators are calling on automakers to reinforce seat backs that can collapse in a crash
West Virginia, which leads the nation in rate of overdose deaths, is fighting the epidemic in court by suing six national companies that distribute painkillers
Peter Neffenger faced criticism for the so-called "insider threat" posed by minimal employee screening at airports
Large crowds tussled with police outside Donald Trump's rally in New Mexico Tuesday night, and officers broke up a protest outside of his rally in Anaheim, Calif., on Wednesday evening