A plane was forced to turn around shortly after take off at Denver International Airport. United Flight 4870 heading to Kansas City landed safely after it was discovered a tire had blown.
At funeral police commissioner calls Robert Wilson III's actions before his death during an armed robbery the greatest act of bravery he has seen
Real estate heir suspected in multiple homicides taken into custody over L.A.-based murder warrant just ahead of TV show's finale
Coast Guard says tug was heading back to NYC base when crew called for help: "They had only seconds to let us know before they sank"
Los Angeles police are investigating more than a dozen Venice High School students for sexual assault. Omar Villafranca reports some of the alleged incidents took place on school grounds.
Health officials say three people have died after eating ice cream tainted with Listeria. Mark Albert explains the victims all ate the ice cream while they were patients at a Kansas hospital.
14 hours after a crash that killed her mother, 19-month-old Baby Lily was found upside down in her carseat with her head just above the water. As Vinita Nair reports, a Utah police officer's body camera captured the miraculous rescue.
Jeff Harmes has been homeless for nearly 30 years, but still has roots and a purpose. Carter Evans met up with Harmes to see how he is growing a unique place in a Los Angeles neighborhood.
The U.S. dollar is stronger that it's been in more than a decade. While it may be a good time to book that trip to Europe, CBS News financial analyst Jill Schlesinger says there's also a downside.
Mourners quote 19-year-old Tony Robinson as saying, "You ever have that feeling you're going to live forever? I'm going to change the world"
Stories from other children who have experienced gun violence added to piece of music honoring 2012 Newtown school shooting victims
Since December 2013, CBS News correspondent Don Dahler has been following the journey of composer Steve Sametz as he creates a piece of music to honor the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
Power surges cause outage in main terminal, four concourses outside Washington, D.C.
A reality show producer gets 12 years in prison for killing his wife in Mexico -- a crime he told "48 Hours" he didn't commit. Is it over?
The designer who died this week at age 80 left his mark in ways large and small, from grand public spaces to products for the handicapped
University of Washington investigating allegations that fraternity members hurled racial slurs at Black Lives Matter march
With new breweries opening up every day, growing pains emerge about names, even symbols attached to different beers
Naming beer is harder than you might think. Passionate brewers are going up against each other over something as simple as the name and image. With more than one new craft brewery opening up in the U.S. every day, that's a lot of competition, and a battle over naming beer is emerging. David Begnaud reports.
What once started as a funky little Texas music festival more than 25 years ago, "South by Southwest" has grown. About 150,000 people gathered in Austin for the 10-day showcase of music, independent film and cutting-edge technology. Managing editor for the website Screencrush.com Matt Singer joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" from Austin.
Inmates are now taking classes to learn how to become computer programmers when they get out. One notorious California prison is trying to turn criminals into coders. Omar Villafranca tells us more.