Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake calls unexplained death of Freddie Gray unaceptable, says investigation moving quickly
Founder of warrior group says drunk Zeta Beta Tau fraternity members insulted the veterans and stole their flags at resort in Florida
Judge G. Todd Baugh sparked outrage when he said 14-year-old shared responsibility for her rape by a teacher, whom he sentenced to just one month
Photos and videos posted to Twitter show tourists being evacuated from Liberty Island
CBS News correspondent Marlie Hall joins CBSN with more on the comeback of what was once a popular drink in the nation's history.
More cases are reported as investigators try to track down the source of the deadly bacteria
A photo of a deputy sharing a sandwich with a homeless man is going viral
Woman says she hopes to be remembered with "laughter, love and a good pint"
A 12-year-old Michigan girl who won her battle with leukemia was dismissed from her middle school over concerns about her attendance and academic performance. Rose McGrath's parents are fighting back, saying the school didn't do enough to help their sick daughter. CBS Western Michigan affiliate WWMT has the story.
Flap started after video showed Air Force veteran taking flag away from demonstrators who had walked on it to protest racism
Students at Rice University have created a device that would numb the skin immediately before an injection. They have filed for a provisional patent and have even agreed on a name: "Comfortably Numb." KHOU-TV's Josh Chapin reports.
Shayna Hubers shot her boyfriend 6 times during an argument in 2012
Columbia student says university failed to protect him against harassment when rape accuser went public, carried mattress around campus saying he raped her
Freddie Gray isn't the first person to die after being transported by police van
New details are emerging from the death of a Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old Baltimore man who died after sustaining severe spinal injuries while in police custody. CBSN's Elaine Quijano and Vladimir Duthiers have more.
Lawn mower shoots 3-inch metal wire up man's nose and into his head, just missing his carotid artery and jugular vein
Zeta Beta Tau fraternity is currently on conduct probation for a hazing incident in the fall semester
Warren Weinstein is one of the two hostages who were killed in a CIA drone strike in January. The counterterrorism operations also killed two additional Americans who joined al Qaeda. It is believed they were using Weinstein and an Italian hostage as shields. Wyatt Andrews reports on the story from outside the Weinstein family home in Rockville, Maryland.
During his three-and-a-half-year captivity, his wife and daughters pleaded for his release and are now mourning their loss
A U.S. drone strike in Pakistan accidentally killed two hostages, including American aid worker Warren Weinstein, and now, Weinstein's wife is slamming the government. Jeff Pegues reports on why she isn't alone in criticizing the administration's approach to hostages.