Sam Cooke's 1964 single became a civil rights anthem that has stood the test of time
President Obama asked the vice president to attend the service, scheduled for Saturday
Robert Sinclair from AAA New York joined CBSN with the big reason behind this year's especially busy season
A tornado slams the Southeast two days before Christmas
Thousands have lost power in storms moving through Mississippi, Louisiana and Alabama and toward Georgia
Officials say suspects tried to smuggle as many as 153 weapons on airline flights between Atlanta and New York
Sony announced Tuesday "The Interview" will get a limited release on Christmas Day after all. Here are the theaters that are showing it
Patrick Lambert of Houston is charged with murdering his estranged wife in September, then fleeing to Mexico
The police officer was working an extra security job when he fatally shot Jordan Baker after reportedly approaching him about break-ins at a strip mall
A cybersecurity firm's data suggests a Sony insider was key in pulling off the hack
The display was set up at Florida's state capitol by members of the Satanic Temple, which was allowed to do so under threat of litigation
AAA breaks down the numbers on some of the busiest travel days this year, with more than 98 million Americans expected to travel at least 50 miles.
The wing of an aircraft was hit by an American Airlines plane at New York's LaGuardia Airport. A passenger who was on the plane joins "CBSN" with what she witnessed.
Police in Baton Rouge, La.., found Jassiah Clark's body Monday night after taking a closer look at the hole in a vacant lot
Lifetime ban on blood donations dated from early days of the AIDS crisis; major blood banks support move
An alcohol-free eggnog chugging contest led one man to basically nearly drown in the creamy holiday beverage
Two jets at New York's LaGuardia Airport got a little too close for comfort Tuesday morning
Independent theaters say Sony has given them green light to screen controversial comedy that was scrapped following hacker threats
A 19-year-old decided to leave college and turn down a job offer from Apple to launch his own startup. The system he created called "Fresco News" is starting to get a lot of attention from major news outlets. Founder and CEO John Meyer joins "CBSN" to show us how it works.
Coca-Cola is getting rid of voicemail. The company has disconnected the service, and instead, is encouraging callers to either try again later, send an email, or text. CNET Editor Dan Ackerman joins "CBSN" with more on whether this is becoming a trend with companies.