The report found that the CIA misled Congress, the White House, and the public about the true nature of their interrogation program post 9/11. Nancy Cordes reports on the findings of a six-year investigation.
The former acting director of the CIA, Mike Morell, tells Scott Pelley key details weren't reported
The weather system moving to the San Francisco region is expected to be so intense that it may overwhelm waterways and drainage systems
House lawmakers grilled the White House adviser who alluded to the "stupidity of the American voter" in the passing of Obamacare
The president said it was important to release the Senate Intelligence Committee's damning report on the CIA
A wartime facility outside Washington D.C. held Nazi prisoners, but intelligence was not gleaned through harsh treatment, researchers say
Marie Gemmell used her body to try and protect her sons, 3-year-old Cole and 1-month-old Devin, from smoke inhalation, but all 3 died
The broad blaze which shut down a freeway was suspicious because of low intensity and its quick spread
Sheriff says suspect Sylvia Majewska, age 65, "came to the conclusion that the son and the child would be better off if they weren't alive"
The viral post went allegedly went out when demonstrators staged a "die-in" at the Eagles game on Sunday
Study pinpoints "expedited removals" that can unfairly penalize citizens who have right to legal entry
From the "abdominal slap" to "the facial hold" to "rectal hydration," details revealed of the techniques used by the CIA on detainees
Charles Allen reacts to the Senate report on CIA interrogation techniques. Allen worked for the CIA for years and has appeared in front of Congress for various hearings during his time there.
Charles Allen reacts to the Senate CIA Report on interrogation techniques. Allen worked for the CIA for years and has appeared in front of Congress for various hearings during his time there.
Opening statements began in the trial of 18-year-old Jose E. Reyes, who prosecutors say is responsible for the February death of 15-year-old Corriann Cervantes in a vacant apartment southeast of Houston
Southwest Airlines flight bound for Phoenix had just taken off from San Francisco when woman went into labor
Police say suspect, critically wounded, was in a stolen car when shooting occurred; state authorities called in to investigate
Police say Jessica Chambers, 19, found burning near her car on a Mississippi road, died after she was doused with a flammable liquid and set on fire
The newly released Senate report on CIA interrogation techniques details the interrogation of Abu Zubaydah, a Saudi Arabian citizen held in Guantanamo Bay. CBS News National Security Correspondent David Martin joins "CBSN" with more.
Television footage shows Panthers quarterback on a stretcher after auto accident in Charlotte