The true crime classic recounts 1959 mass murder in Kansas, but information found in re-discovered police files has some questioning facts
The Duke of Cambridge and his wife arrive in the U.S. on Sunday for a three-day visit, their second as a royal couple
Police are investigating what killed high school student and the horse she was riding
The Roller Derby World Cup is underway in Texas. Fans have come from near and far to join in on the fun. Thirty countires are participating in this year's competition. Although it's a forceful, physical contact sport, it's also a sport of togetherness.
There may be a Starbucks on every corner, but a new 15,000-square-foot complex in Seattle is unlike any other coffee shop
Andrew Cuomo says "long string of events" involving deaths of black men at the hands of police eroding Americans' faith in justice system
Painting of the two-term California governor once featured a lapel button showing the face of someone else
Officials in South Carolina are extra careful to give cases involving police officers scrutiny
Starbucks started with one store in Seattle and spread around the world. CEO Howard Schultz is ready to expand the way you think of his stores. John Blackstone took us on a tour of his new project in Seattle.
28-year-old woman charged with attempted murder after throwing radio alarm clock into the water
A violent moment amid mostly peaceful protests in wake of the Eric Garner grand jury decision, as a protester strikes an NYPD officer in the head near the Staten Island Ferry entrance. Elaine Quijano reports.
Grammy nomination day has arrived and only on "CBS This Morning," the finalists for the Grammy Music Educator Award are announced
Suburban Seattle couple had never bought a Powerball ticket before hitting the jackpot
Demonstrators disrupt NYC streets over the decision not to charge a police officer in the death of Eric Garner. The protests are large, but mostly peaceful, nothing like the rioting in Ferguson, Missouri after a grand jury cleared the police officer who killed Michael Brown. Michelle Miller looks at how preparation and experience made a difference.
Windshield of aircraft bound for D.C. heavily damaged after being struck by bird shortly after takeoff
Bentley belongs to the nurse Nina Pham, the first person to contract Ebola in the United States. Dallas officials say they spent more than $26,000 to take care of Bentley while his owner was in the hospital. Gayle King reports.
NASA gets Orion deep space capsule airborne for inaugural orbit while, back on Earth, police arrest hundreds as anger simmers over their conduct
Protestors clashed with police nationwide for another night after a grand jury declined to indict an NYPD officer in the death of Eric Garner. Police in New York City made 200 arrests. Jim Axelrod reports.
An unarmed black man was killed in Phoenix on Tuesday by police responding to reports of a drug deal. Protests there continue. Gayle King reports.
A rare delicacy has traveled 4,300 miles to sit upon an auction block in New York city this weekend; starting bid, $50,000