Twelve years ago, Jon Cryer blew out his birthday candles on set of the show's pilot taping, and wished for something that almost came true
Officials speculate the arm was torn from a soldier's body at the Battle of Antietam in 1862
At least two people were shot and one stabbed as San Francisco burst into spontaneous celebrations following the Giants' World Series victory
Plane had just finished playing the role of an enemy aircraft in an offshore exercise and was preparing to land when it went down
Republican strategist and CBS News contributor Frank Luntz brought together 17 people to talk about race relations in America.
In Long Island, New York, a surveillance video shows the worker mishandling a package worth $12,000.
A Yale graduate student is free from quarantine this morning after Connecticut officials feared he may have contracted Ebola. Ryan Boyko returned from West Africa earlier this month and tested negative for the vius, but the state's health department ordered him to remain in quarantine at his home. Don Dahler was the first person to speak with Boyko following his quarantine's termination.
A military pilot died during a training exercise in Southern California. Authorities are investigating. Norah O'Donnell reports.
The Obama administration is trying to quell the Ebola fears of Americans and is asking states to comply by more flexible Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's guidelines. However, the U.S. military is imposing strict protocols for soldiers serving in Ebola-stricken countries. Bill Plante reports from the White House.
Investigation continues into what caused Orbital's unmanned Antares rocket to explode just seconds after takeoff. In the meantime, the failure has refocused attention on NASA's increased dependence on commercial launch services. Chip Reid reports from the NASA flight facility on Wallops Island, Virginia.
A lava flow on the Big Island of Hawaii is expected cut off the town of Pahoa as soon as Friday. Residents of close to 50 homes will soon be displaced when the molten rock descends on their houses. Carter Evans reports from Hawaii.
Yale student speaks out after Ebola-related quarantine ends; why a popular whiskey is banned in Europe but not In U.S.; getting pandas to go into the wild
One of the fastest-growing liquor brands in America has European health officials making big changes, but Americans won't see the same reaction
Ryan Boyko tested negative for the virus, but Connecticut officials insisted he remain isolated at home, a decision he calls "simply unnecessary"
Eight men accused of running illegal gambling operation in Las Vegas now challenging the federal agents who busted them
Also nears main road; mandatory evacuations possible; how letting people watch the lava flow could help them
Among the incidents: One person shot after fans flooded onto streets following Giants' World Series win
San Francisco captured its championship in five seasons behind five innings of nearly perfect relief pitching by MVP Madison Bumgarner
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An attorney for Kaci Hickox says she will not cooperate with the state of Maine further until it lifts "all or most of the restrictions"