Federal investigators want to know why a private jet crashed in a Washington, D.C., suburb Monday. Six people died, including two small children and their mother in the home and three on board the plane. Jeff Pegues reports from Gaithersburg, Maryland.
Police in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, responded to a stabbing at a synagogue early Tuesday morning. An officer confronted and then shot the knife-wielding suspect, who refused to comply with police commands. The entire incident was caught on video. Elaine Quijano reports.
Bob Orr takes a closer look at the potential fallout from the CIA interrogation techniques report that will be released by the Senate on Tuesday.
The CIA is bracing itself for a controversial Senate report focusing on so-called "enhanced interrogation techniques" used on terror suspects after 9/11. Nancy Cordes reports.
Long-awaited, controversial report on CIA interrogation methods to be made public; former member of on line vigilante hackers group goes public
Police in Brooklyn responded to a Jewish center in Crown Heights, Brooklyn early Tuesday morning after a man armed with a knife allegedly stabbed a worshiper.
From Mila Kunis to Duchess Kate, high powered women everywhere are savoring a spirited role that dates back hundreds of years
Police say he'd wounded worshipper; Report: Suspect shouted, "I want to kill the Jew"
Last thing the royal couple would have wanted to do is get entangled in domestic controversy, but, William and Kate, welcome to America
Former "Anonymous" member Hector Monsegur switched sides when given an ultimatum, and now he says America's cyber infrastructure is far from secure
Third straight night of demonstrations in California liberal bastion over grand jury decisions not to indict white cops in deaths of two unarmed black men
Demonstration was latest in Berkeley, California over failure to indict cops in deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner
Data newly released from the grand jury investigating the shooting death of Michael Brown shows details that corroborate testimony released immediately after the it declined an indictment
At least three people were killed after a small plane crashed into a home in the Washington D.C. suburb of Gaithersburg, Maryland. WJZ's Mile Hellgren reports for "CBSN," it appears the jet crashed into one home, setting it and two others on fire.
The Justice Department released new guidelines on racial profiling. The previous standards banned federal law enforcement from profiling only on the basis of race or ethnicity. CBS News Department of Justice correspondent Paula Reid joins "CBSN" with details on the new guidelines.
A shocking sight on the soccer field; Elton John takes a tumble; and a little girl inspires a subway dance party. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers shows us some of the videos you can't miss.
Late Monday night the St. Louis District Attorney released new documents surrounding the death of Michael Brown. A third autopsy report shows that one of the gunshot wounds was was at close range indicating a struggle for the gun. CBS News investigative team has the latest.
Police say someone may have intentionally caused a chemical leak at a Chicago hotel that was hosting a "furry convention." At least 19 people were sent to the hospital to be treated. "48 Hours" Crimesider reporter Michelle Sigona joins "CBSN" with more on what she's learned about the investigation.
Demonstrators moved to Barclays Center in Brooklyn as Prince William and Kate Middleton arrive to attend the Nets-Cavaliers matchup.