Little girl reeled in a record-breaking cobia off of Maryland's Eastern Shore after a fishing trip with her father
Officials say the 35-year-old had been with family hiking and taking photographs of the sunrise on the trail before she fell to her death
The Holocaust Museum in Washington is one of many locations surprised to find itself in the middle of a digital treasure hunt
For the 2016 Republican and Democratic National Conventions, CBS News will redefine traditional convention coverage and the way it is presented
Police say intruder punched the 94-year-old and took personal belongings; among the things stolen was a coin she received from President Obama
"I'm here to insist that we are not as divided as we seem," the president said, at a memorial service for five slain Dallas police officers
Hillary Clinton's former rival for the Democratic nomination urges his supporters to help her beat Donald Trump in November.
Trauma surgeon who treated wounded officers last Thursday chokes up seeing the memorial outside Dallas police headquarters for first time
Dishwasher says he was tired of coming to work looking at the "racist, very degrading" image of slaves in a cotton field
Capt. Jimmy Morris talked about protesters blocking traffic in a way that "discredited the reputation" of city officials, fire chief says
The semiannual occurrence happens when the setting sun aligns east-west with the street grid of New York City
Cleveland County Sheriff's Capt. Joel Shores said he was angry, but not surprised by what happened at a Zaxby's
Mike Rawlings responds to former NYC mayor's remarks that Black Lives Matter is "inherently racist" and criticism that President Obama has not been supportive enough
There is still plenty of time for travelers to pack their bags for a summer getaway. CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg shares a few of America's less-traveled landmarks to help you plan a unique vacation.
Soldier formerly known as Bradley Manning is serving 35-year sentence for leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks
Isaiah Crowell posted a drawing of a cop getting his throat slashed online in response to police killings of civilians
An expert on sex abuse settlements testified that Paterno may have known of abuse since 1976, and the school likely paid to quiet the scandal
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings joins "CBS This Morning" from the Meyerson Symphony Center where Tuesday's memorial for the five fallen officers will be held.
A training exercise at Delaware Coastal Airport in Georgetown turned tragic for a volunteer firefighter
One of the two civilian victims in the Dallas police ambush is opening up about the terror of last Thursday evening. Shetamia Taylor was shot in the leg, then she rushed to shield her son from the gunfire. Gayle King spoke to Taylor, her husband and their four sons about the incident and where they're going to go from here.