Parts of the southern and central plains states brace for more severe weather today. Don Champion reports on the latest about the severe weather.
Forecasters warn another storm system could produce violent twisters in parts of Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas
President Obama hit a milestone Friday when he gave a commencement speech in South Dakota, becoming only the fourth U.S. president to visit all 50 states.
Four people killed when small plane crashed on Atlanta highway Friday were on their way to graduation ceremony
Regions of Texas and Oklahoma expected to face the most severe threat
Officer Randall Kerrick is accused of fatally shooting Jonathan Ferrell, a former Florida A&M football player
To some, the untimely death of a Utah mother and noted scientist appeared to be a suicide -- to her teenage son it was murder, and he was determined to prove it
Mary Lee, the 3,456-pound shark tagged with an electronic tracker, is "trying to get back to Cape Cod to mate," expert says
A life of drugs is all but certain in an area where half of young African-Americans are unemployed
Chinese authorities allegedly carried out denial-of-service attacks, intermittently shutting down anti-online censorship group
The NPR host says on Mother's Day we should try to see our mothers in the same ageless way that they see us
San Francisco district attorney taps retired judges to review cases for possible bias following disclosure of homophobic, racist text messages
Loretta Thomas considers herself blessed to be able to celebrate Mother’s Day with her family. The 55-year-old mother and grandmother had a transplant in January, after suffering a heart attack three years ago. Matt Kozar reports from the Bronx, New York.
Dozens of vintage military aircraft marked the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day - but one had to make an unplanned detour
As the president was shot at Ford's Theatre, a former Confederate soldier attempted to kill Secretary of State Seward, and failed spectacularly
After a clerical error cleared every candidate from the ballot, one ambitious pig and his owner are hoping for a write-in victory. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Anne-Marie Green talk about the unlikely campaign.
Four passengers were killed when a private airplane crashed into one of Atlanta's busiest highways. CBS News producer Misty Showalter describes the scene on the ground to CBSN.
Sister Megan Rice and 2 activists broke into facility storing bomb-grade uranium and painted slogans and splashed blood on the walls
College students used to have limited say in who they would get for a dorm roommate. But now, hundreds of universities and colleges worldwide are turning to software programs that help pair students using surveys and matching algorithms. CNET.com's Kara Tsuboi reports on how this technology aims to lower the number of bad roommate pairings and improve student satisfaction.
Pentagon spokesman says increased security was ordered in wake of Texas attack and social media chatter