Authorities say the Baltimore man passed out from drinking on Father's Day and left his daughter in a hot car for more than 16 hours
Comfort is rarely considered when wearing high heels, but a former Silicon Valley executive Dolly Singh is on a mission to transform that
The 'forgotten war', in which 5.7 million American men and women served, began 65 years ago on June 25, 1950; it lasted just over three years, but Americans in uniform still maintain the peace along the 38th parallel
Tom Brady is meeting with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell in New York City to appeal his four-game ban. The Boston Globe's Dan Shaughnessy joins CBSN with more.
Don Featherstone was a classically trained painter, a talented sculptor and artist, who gave America the ultimate symbol of yard kitsch
After 9 black victims gunned down by white suspect who embraced divisive banner, lawmakers urged to remove flag from Statehouse
Photos of the Kennedy family -- John F. Kennedy, Jacqueline, Caroline and John Jr. -- never before seen by the public, will be auctioned June 25, 2015 at Nate D. Sanders Auctions along with a Jacqueline Kennedy maternity dress
Watch one woman's reaction to winning a bid on hit gameshow. CBSN's Meg Oliver and Vladimir Duthiers show us her reaction.
State water controller says only 31 percent of farmers and irrigation districts have met legal deadline to stop draining rivers amid drought
Confederate statues in South Carolina, Maryland and Texas discovered spray painted after church shooting with the words "Black Lives Matter"
Seventeen-year-old Michael Grady is accused of breaking into an Indianapolis home in the middle of the night and fatally shooting a 19-year-old resident
Star quarterback is attempting to overturn his four-game suspension over allegedly using illegal footballs in the AFC title game
Millions of Americans are in the path of potentially dangerous summer storms. People living in states from Kentucky to Maine could see impact from the system that's expected to bring thunderstorms and gusty winds. Mike Puccinelli of CBS Chicago station WBBM reports from Coal City, Illinois, where a tornado touched down.
The U.S. military is pledging weapons, aircraft and commandos as part of a new rapid reaction force in Europe. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter is detailing the commitment to counter Russian aggression and the threat from ISIS. He is meeting with his NATO counterparts in Europe. Carter sat down with Margaret Brennan in an interview you'll see only on "CBS This Morning."
The manhunt for David Sweat and Richard Matt, two escaped killers, is entering its 18th day. Hundreds of searches in SWAT gear flooded a remote hunting area of upstate New York. Anna Werner reports from Owls Head, New York, where investigators are sorting through thousands of leads.
Gov. Nikki Haley says legislators should respond to the racist killings inside Emanuel AME Church in Charleston by removing a Confederate flag from outside the statehouse. Several Republican presidential candidates rushed to support the move. President Obama will travel to Charleston Friday to give a eulogy for pastor and state Sen. Clementa Pinckney. Adriana Diaz reports.
Team USA is heading to the World Cup quarterfinals. The Americans defeated Colombia Monday night 2-0, but the victory came with a price. Jericka Duncan reports from Edmonton, Canada.
The U.S. Women's soccer team is gearing up to face China in the 2015 World Cup quarterfinals on Friday. The two teams played in the epic 1999 Women's World Cup final that ended in a dramatic shootout. Ben Tracy takes us back to the Rose Bowl and the champions.
Eighty New York City high school seniors found their passion in the kitchen instead of the classroom. They take their next steps Wednesday after studying at Food and Finance High School, where 80 percent of students are considered "economically disadvantaged." Michelle Miller reports on how their future is heating up.
America’s emergency rooms saw more than 120,000 high-heel related injuries between 2002 and 2012, according to estimates. Thesis Couture CEO and former Silicon Valley executive Dolly Singh joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss how she and her team are on a mission to redesign the high heel into a more comfortable shoe.