St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar gives update on the condition of the two officers shot during a protest in Ferguson
As hundreds protest shooting of unarmed biracial man by white police officer, a separate rally to show support for police draws 250
The 18-month-old was released from a Salt Lake City hospital after surviving a crash that took the life of her mother. Lily dangled upside down in her car seat for 14 hours after the car plunged into a frigid river on Friday. Gayle King reports.
Louis and Fran Padilla's home stood in for Walter White's residence on the hit show. Over the years, dozens of fans have showed up to reeenact the pizza toss. Now the couple is fighting back. Gayle King reports.
Demonstrators in front of Parker Rice's home shout: "Teach your kids another way, no modern day KKK!"
The Radio Television Digital News Foundation gave its lifetime achievement award to the longtime CBS News correspondent Bob Simon. "60 Minutes" executive producer Jeff Fager and Simon's daughter Tanya, a "60 Minutes" producer, accepted the award Wednesday night in Washington. Charlie Rose reports.
Vigil comes after searchers struggle in thick fog to find the remains of the 11 soldiers presumed dead in crash
"The Knot" is out with its annual "Real Weddings" study and it shows the average wedding cost in 2014 was more than $31,000, up about 4 percent from 2013. The Knot editor-in-chief Rebecca Dolgin joins "CBS This Morning" to reveal the results of the study, first on "CBS This Morning."
President Obama faces his final two years in office without senior advisor Dan Pfeiffer. The 39-year-old departed the White House last week after starting on the campaign trail with then-Sen. Obama. Charlie Rose spoke to Pfeiffer about what it was like working for the president.
High-speed rail has had a difficult time catching on in the U.S. The White House unveiled its vision for new train corridors in 2009, but so far, there has been little progress. Top speed on Amtrak Acela trains only reaches about 150 miles per hour, but now there are high speed rail projects underway in the country that will go 50 miles per hour faster. The people pushing the projects forward believe the idea of high-speed rail in the U.S. has finally turned the corner. Jeff Pegues reports.
Palcohol is sparking debate in states across the U.S. When mixed with water, it creates a cocktail. The federal government has approved the powdered alcohol, but more than a dozen states have banned it or are considering bans. Palcohol's creator Mark Phillips, who spoke only to "CBS This Morning," says those fears are widely overblown. Jan Crawford reports.
Police in Sprague, Washington, say they have found the teenager who ran off with a young child on Sunday. Dramatic surveillance video captured the attempted kidnapping. Vladimir Duthiers reports on how the police apprehended the suspect.
There are more questions about whether University of Oklahoma fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon's racist chant began on campus. The chapter's advisory board released a statement saying the stigma dates back at least three to four years. At a town hall Wednesday, students, staff and area residents came together to talk about diversity. Jericka Duncan reports from Norman, Oklahoma.
Manhunt after 2 cops shot in Ferguson, Missouri; new embarrassment for Secret Service; the reason companies don't fix consumer-related cybersecurity
The sixth day of testimony begins Thursday in the trial. On Wednesday, the focus shifted to the death of MIT police officer Sean Collier. Prosecutors say the Tsarnaev brothers ambushed and killed Collier once the FBI named them as bombing suspects. Don Dahler reports from Boston with the evidence.
Military rescue crews resume their search for any sign of seven Marines and four soldiers after a helicopter crashed in the Florida Panhandle. The troops were in a Black Hawk helicopter that came down Tuesday night near Eglin Air Force Base. Mark Strassmann reports from Navarre, where the weather is making the rescue effort very difficult.
There are new and disturbing allegations of misconduct in the Secret Service. Two senior agents allegedly drove a government vehicle into a barricade at the White House last week after a night of drinking at a party. The two agents are under investigation. Major Garrett reports from the White House.
Police in Ferguson, Missouri, are searching for a gunman who shot the officers overnight. The gunfire happened during a protest outside Ferguson police headquarters and sparked a dramatic police response. The two wounded officers are in serious condition. Mike Colombo of St. Louis affiliate KMOV reports from the shooting scene.
As lawmakers raise concerns about powdered alcohol's potential dangers, creator Mark Phillips tells CBS News "big government" should back off his booze
Research has suggested a link between frequent churchgoing and obesity, but some Sunday services are combining spirituality with sweating it out