Junior Demitri Allison was majoring in management and was a wide receiver on the Elon football team, according to the university
The full episode of the CBS Evening news from the November 11, 2015 edition.
"We are shattered," foster mother says after juvenile court judge takes baby girl away from lesbians and places her with heterosexual couple
Police responded to reports of armed man in Mission District; suspect reportedly shot and killed by police
Americans are getting an intimate look at Predsident George Herbert Walker Bush in a new biography by Jon Meacham -- "Destiny and Power: The American Odyssey of George Herbert Walker Bush"
A new study reveals that many Americans are so burdened with student loan debt that it's affecting their ability to save for retirement
A gym created by the sister of a fallen soldier is being credited by some vets as a "life-saver"
High schools across the country are dealing with teens who are finding themselves facing suspensions and even criminal child pornography charges for exchanging sexts
What can we expect from a major storm system that's already featured twisters and blizzards
From the Rockies to the Great Lakes, 40 million Americans are under the threat of severe weather tonight
Even after reports that veterans had to wait months for treatment, prompting vows to overhaul the agency, the Department of Veteran Affairs still paid millions of dollars in bonuses to employees in 2014
A day after a private plane crashed into an Akron apartment complex, officials have begun the task of recovering and identifying the nine passengers who were killed
CBS News political director and moderator of "Face the Nation" John Dickerson breaks down the fourth GOP debate
The Republican presidential candidates have contrasting views on how to handle illegal immigration, which led to clashes during Tuesday night's debate
A case on Long Island, N.Y., is one of many recent high school sexting scandals across the country
A new study finds many millennials won't retire until they're 75, thanks to student debt
The Department of Veterans Affairs paid out $100.43 million in performance bonuses to employees in 2014 -- even though several of them were under investigation or accused of mismanagement
University of Missouri administrators released a memo addressing the "significant turbulence" on campus in recent days
Protester burns American flag outside GOP debate in Milwaukee during demonstrations to bring attention to several issues
Resident of apartment building destroyed in fiery plane crash may have been at home if he didn't need microwavable turnovers