Following the release of the video message by the terror group's spokesman, New York police commissioner William Bratton urged officers to stay vigilant and cautious
Two thrill seekers are steps closer to achieving an unprecedented feat. For more than two weeks, they've been working their way up a 3,000-foot wall of granite at Yosemite's El Capitan. Ben Tracy shows us how close they are to reaching their goal.
Sen. Marco Rubio, member of the Foreign Relations and Intelligence Committees and author of "American Dreams: Restoring Economic Opportunity for Everyone," joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the threat of terror in America in light of the attacks in France.
New York City's police department has been alerted to new ISIS threat. Police Commissioner Bill Bratton joins "CBS This Morning" after ordering officers to stay vigilant.
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Composer Joel Beckerman explains the distinct elements behind the piece. It took Beckerman two months and eight different versions to finally nail it down.
President Obama wants to require companies to inform customers within 30 days of their personal data being hacked. And, Crayola apologizes after their Facebook page was hacked and inappropriate content was posted. Jill Wagner reports on the day's top MoneyWatch headlines.
A look at what's next as awards seasons continues. And, Singer Meghan Trainor wants you to know she's more than just all about that bass. Suzanne Marques as your Eye on Entertainment.
Many cancer survivors report lingering problems, long after they've beaten the disease. And why some people may be more prone to post-traumatic stress. Eboni Williams has some of the day's top health stories.
Beckerman explains how companies are using it, including the music you hear every day on "CBS This Morning"
Numerous sightings were reported to police over last two weeks
A state law that makes challenging local firearms measures easier for gun rights groups has certain municipalities changing their approach
1/11: France commemorates terror attack with massive unity march; Is "Je suis Charlie" a lasting movement?
French officials say millions of French citizens, led by a lineup of presidents and prime ministers from more than 30 countries, marched in the streets of France in a defiant response to last week's terror attacks; and, the message 'I am Charlie', in support of the French satirical newspaper that mocked Islamic terrorists, has become the rallying cry of global condemnation of what demonstrators see as a direct attack on freedom of speech.
The disease is increasingly affecting care facilities despite vaccinations and sanitation efforts
A Montana couple is welcoming their newborn identical triplets, which are rare -- roughly one in a million in the medical world.
What seemed to be an amazing catch by Dallas receiver Dez Bryant was reversed by officials, and the Cowboys lost to the Packers 26-21
The Grammy-winning singer was unharmed; police do not know the motive behind the violence
The lifelong friends who enlisted in the Army Air Force together during World War II, died Jan. 5 in their Los Angeles homes
The Kinseys of Miles, Montana, grow quickly from a family of three to a family of six as pregnancy results in a one-in-a-million birth
Gen. Martin Dempsey says while there are "dozens" who still need to be detained, he is among those who believe Guantanamo Bay should close