Federal investigators found high speeds were to blame in many fatal tractor-trailer tire blowouts and pledged to reverse disturbing trend
Elite Shooting Sports is part of growing trend offering style and sophistication, but prefers not to be called "elitist"
Was wildly popular 1970s fad, but Dahl later came to have some regrets about it, he said
Web sensation Vani Hari, aka "The Food Babe," is on a mission to hold the food industry accountable, but critics accuse her of using fear tactics. She spoke with CBS News' Parvati Shallow about what inspires her campaign to improve how America eats.
Authorities in Los Angeles say Andrew Getty, a grandson of oil magnate J. Paul Getty, was found dead at his home Tuesday. An unidentified woman has been detained as a person of interest in Getty’s death.
Amid an investigation of a large number of students at Stanford University cheating, the provost sent a letter to faculty and staff saying that as many as 20 percent in an introductory course may have been involved.
CBS News political director John Dickerson and New York Times political reporter Amy Chozick discuss Bill Clinton’s likely role in Hillary’s possible presidential run
CBS News political director John Dickerson and New York Times political reporter Amy Chozick discuss Bill Clinton’s likely role in Hillary’s possible presidential campaign run.
The NYPD says it’s reviewing video of an undercover officer screaming at an Uber driver and allegedly mocking his accent.
New research shows that Anne Frank likely died about a month earlier than previously thought, and died of typhus in a Nazi concentration camp.
Google is paying homage to the 30th anniversary of Pac-Man. The company rolled out "Pac-Maps" where gamers can play Pac-man on actual city streets throughout the globe.
A photo of a 4-year-old Syrian refugee is going viral. The photo was taken by Osman Sa??rl? in 2014, but was tweeted last week by a journalist in Gaza. Accusations of the photos authenticity followed, and it is now confirmed that the photo was not staged.
3/31: Lufthansa knew about Germanwings co-pilot's depression; Prolific quilt maker dedicates time to help kids
Lufthansa Airlines made a stunning admission Tuesday when it revealed Andreas Lubitz had previously told the company about his depression; and, Trudie Hughes works seven days a week, ten hours a day making quilts for a children's shelter in Milwaukee called La Causa Crisis Nursery.
Andrew Getty, grandson of oil magnate J. Paul Getty was found unresponsive by firefighters Tuesday afternoon
Milwaukee quilter Trudie Hughes sews two quilts a day for a children's shelter
Trudie Hughes works seven days a week, ten hours a day making quilts for a children's shelter in Milwaukee called La Causa Crisis Nursery. Barry Petersen reports on Hughes' remarkable efforts.
Sea lion pups are starving in dramatic numbers in southern California. Veterinarians say the ones they're treating are often 50 pounds underweight. John Blackstone reports on the effort underway to nourish the pups.
Financial problems have forced Sweet Briar College in central Virginia to announce it'll soon close its doors. Other schools are taking notice as they become saddled with fiscal trouble that is increasingly becoming too much to overcome. Chip Reid reports.
The American Pharmacists Association is discouraging its members from providing drugs used to carry out executions. The group's new policy could make it harder for death penalty states to acquire the drugs they need to carry out the death penalty. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
The talks over Iran's nuclear program were extended for at least one more day in hopes of landing a framework for a deal. The negotiations are aimed at stopping Iran from developing a nuclear bomb. As Margaret Brennan reports, even if an agreement is reached, selling the plan in Iran and in the U.S. will have its hurdles