Alabama panel recommends sparing the life of the grandmother of 9-year-old Savannah Hardin
Police say victim was killed with a hammer, found in plastic barrel outside Sonoma City Hall
A Department of Justice report claims that several agents from the Drug Enforcement Agency engaged in sex parties with prostitutes paid for by Colombian drug cartels.
Multiple injuries were reported after explosion that sent flames leaping into the air,i according to fire officials
Investigation finds many children are misdiagnosed and over-treated with drugs meant for severe mental illness
Aviation safety experts say assertion that co-pilot intentionally caused deadly disaster points to need for more pilots
The army sergeant, who is now charged with desertion said he was brutalized by his captors and tried repeatedly to escape
Officials say the truck hit a beam that was part of a construction project about 40 miles north of Austin
23-year-old Luke Goodman's death is the third death in Colorado linked to marijuana edibles
Testimony in the murder trial of the former New England Patriots player was reportedly halted abruptly just after noon while the building was evacuated
Man allegedly aimed to join up with militants, use his National Guard connections to help attack U.S. facility
A 13-year-old in Hudson, Florida shot two of his brothers, killing one, after an argument over food. The boy then killed himself. Tampa affiliate WTSP has the story.
Martese Johnson, who is charged with public intoxication and obstruction of justice, has accused arresting officers of racism
The trial of an American couple accused of killing the woman's mother in Indonesia adjourned after their newborn baby fell ill in prison
Police say a 13-year-old boy shot and killed his 6-year-old brother and wounded his 16-year-old brother before fatally shooting himself
Investigators say 43-year-old Denise Rochelle Ross surrendered Wednesday and was charged with practicing medicine without a license
Aaron Quinn reported his 29-year-old girlfriend Denise Huskins was abducted from his home Monday. Police in Vallejo called the massive search a "wild goose chase." Gayle King reports.
CBS Sports' Allie LaForce joins "CBS This Morning" from Syracuse, New York, to tell us more about the March Madness matchups starting Thursday night.
Levi Pettit, a former University of Oklahoma student and Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity member who was expelled for leading a racist song, says he learned a tough lesson. Black community leaders say they accept the apology. Jericka Duncan reports.
Police officers in a Detroit suburb are under investigation for a violent traffic stop. Dash cam video from January shows an officer beating a 57-year-old Floyd Dent. They also used a taser on him. Officers say they thought he was reaching for a gun. Vinita Nair reports on why Dent says he was framed.