Joey Poindexter, 40, was convicted of sexually assaulting five men, but prosecutors believe there are at least two dozen more victims
"I would like to enter a plea of not guilty by reason of mental insanity," Timothy Fradeneck, who allegedly confessed to the killings, told a Michigan judge
Is it an airplane? Or is it a car? CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Meg Oliver show us what's behind a mysterious aircraft that landed on a freeway in Virginia.
Two baby gorillas have made their debut at the Bronx Zoo in New York City. CBSN shows us video of the adorable apes.
Two weeks after an arsonist struck South Albany High School in Albany, Oregon, Journey drummer Deen Castronovo donated $10,000 to help rebuild the school's music department. CBSN's Meg Oliver and Vladimir Duthiers have more.
There's a growing number of "super barbers" who use people's heads as canvases to create stunning works of art. CBSN's Meg Oliver and Vladimir Duthiers show us images of the cool cuts.
Man broke SUV window with a rock and pulled the driver to safety; as police arrived, the rescuer said "he had to go"
A box truck drove through a guardrail on the Southeast Expressway in Dorchester, Massachusetts near Boston on Thursday morning. The incident snarled rush hour traffic for about two hours.
State police say two occupants were hospitalized with undisclosed injuries
Elizabeth Holmes is being compared to visionaries like Bill Gates and Steve Jobs. Holmes founded a biotech company called Theranos in 2003, and her mission is to allow blood testing in every drugstore at a fraction of Medicare costs. Norah O'Donnell reports on how her tiny invention is reshaping health care.
Two U.S. Army reservists allegedly sold AK-47 assault rifles and thousands of rounds of ammunition to undercover agent
Pair allegedly parked stolen car on train tracks, causing Amtrak train to derail, then came back and feigned injury
Controversial takeover of liberal group concluded, signaling major shift in tone and treatment of American sisters under social justice-minded Pope Francis
A new strain of dog flu has killed six dogs and sickened more than 1,000 in four Midwestern states. There is currently no vaccine for the H3N2 strain. Dean Reynolds reports from Chicago.
Doug Hughes says he didn't hide his intentions before flying a small helicopter over the National Mall and landing on the Capitol lawn. Vicente Arenas reports from Ruskin, Florida, with information on how the postal worker veered off his regular route to draw attention to campaign finance reform.
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Doug Hughes, the postal worker who landed a small helicopter on the Capitol lawn, remains in custody. Officials want to know why the aircraft got as far as it did in a heavily guarded and restricted airspace. Jeff Pegues reports.
Perhaps nobody was more surprised by the mailman's stunt at the Capitol than his neighbors in Ruskin, Florida
National debate over Common Core standards raises questions about how to handle special education. Should those students be measured by the same standards and take the same tests as the rest of their peers?
More than100 area Catholic leaders make "unprecedented move" against conservative local archbishop