David Wildstein may plead guilty to his role in the 2013 lane closures on the George Washington Bridge. The closures, which created a traffic nightmare, were allegedly ordered by members of Gov. Chris Christie's administration as political retribution. Christie has denied involvement. Norah O'Donnell reports.
While some question whether Freddie Gray died from injuries sustained from a "rough ride" in the police van after his arrest, deputy commissioner of intelligence and counterterrorism for the New York City Police Department says he's not aware of such practices.
Deputy commissioner of intelligence and counterterrorism for the New York City Police Department joins "CBS This Morning" for a wide-ranging conversation about ongoing protests across the country, police-community tensions and the announcement from the Department of Justice to fund and extend the use of police body cameras.
New information about the arrest of Freddie Gray failed to satisfy protesters overnight, as scuffles broke out in Philadelphia. Frustrations remain high now that the police department's report on the death of Freddie Gray is in the hands of prosecutors. Jeff Pegues reports from Baltimore.
Young, prominent Baltimore activist tells CBS News he's OK despite his arrest on live TV, which sparked outrage on Twitter
Joseph Kent's arrest on live TV during the Baltimore protests made international headlines, including speculation on social media that he was "kidnapped" by police. CBSNews.com reporter Ines Novacic met with Kent at his home and on the streets of his neighborhood, where he explained why he has become a leader of the protests.
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Objects thrown at police officers, who struck back with batons at Freddie Gray demonstration at City Hall
4/30: Baltimore police revise timeline in Freddie Gray arrest; lava boils over on Hawaii's Big Island
The Baltimore Police Department revealed that the van carrying Freddie Gray made a previously unknown stop; Lava began spilling over the sides of a crater near the top of Kilauea volcano
Tampa Bay Buccaneers announce which football player the team's taking from this year's crop of talent
Dante Allen, a second prisoner inside the Baltimore police van with Freddie Gray, describes what happened
Forty years after the fall of Saigon, CBS News' Bill Plante shares his story of reporting from the Vietnam War
Zoo officials in Oklahoma declared "code red" after one of its tigers got loose in the park.
Police officers who arrested James Holmes drove him past badly injured victims being treated after movie theater massacre
A drum major instructor for Ohio State University’s marching band is accused of sexually assaulting a woman. "48 Hours" Crimesider reporter Michelle Sigona has the details.
“People in Saigon feel that if Xuan Loc falls, the war is over,” reported Bob Simon on April 15, 1975. The city had sustained significant damage from North Vietnamese forces determined to take South Vietnam. Simon’s report originally aired on the “CBS Evening News.”
Pup no stranger to animal rescuers amid hard times for California sea lions
A time-lapse video shows a 57-story skyscraper erected in just 19 days in China.
A timelapse video shows a 57-story skyscraper in just 19 days in China.