Former President Bill Clinton sat down with Charlie Rose to discuss Hillary's health. CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes takes a look at the interview.
A fire at the Florida mosque where Pulse nightclub shooter Omar Mateen once attended is being investigated as arson. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN with the latest.
The NCAA has pulled seven championship events from North Carolina, including opening-weekend men’s basketball tournament games
Southern California community college football player was suspended for five years for knocking out a referee during a game, but his school said the punch was accidental
Did you ever think the Oxford English Dictionary would contain the contraction for "man boobs?" Well, now it does.
The next few months will be busy for Samsung as it replaces 2.5 million brand new smartphones recalled last week because their batteries can catch fire. The same type of battery is used in all kinds of devices. Kris Van Cleave took a look at their safety.
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray says the accident underscored the need to find safe shelters for the city's growing homeless population
"Face the Nation" host John Dickerson weighs in on both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have problems being transparent to the American publich and how their strategies could play out if elected.
Someone set fire on Monday to the mosque where the Orlando nightclub shooter once worshipped. Surveillance video showed someone fleeing the Islamic center of Fort Pierce as the fire broke out. There was some extensive damage. Police won't speculate as to whether this was a hate crime.
Former president Bill Clinton will fill in for his wife on the campaign trail over the next few days as she recovers from pneumonia. Clinton spoke about his wife's health with "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose.
Hillary Clinton's campaign is apologizing for not revealing her pneumonia diagnosis sooner. Now, Clinton's team is attempting to manage the damage and says it will release more medical records soon. Nancy Cordes reports.
The new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture opens its doors on September 24th. The exhibits will showcase the African-American experience in the United States. "CBS This Morning" gave us the first look inside, and Scott Pelley has another sneak peek.
Hillary Clinton battled back against attacks launched by Donald Trump during a forum Wednesday night. Among his more controversial statements were disparaging comments about U.S. military leaders and Trump ranking Vladimir Putin as a better leader than President Obama. Nancy Cordes reports.
Hillary Clinton got into hot water when she called half of Donald Trump supporters a "basket of deplorables." Trump is doubling down on the comments, releasing a TV ad and relentlessly attacking her on the campaign trail. Major Garrett reports.
Hillary Clinton was unsteady on her feet while leaving the 9/11 memorial on Sunday, raising questions about her health. The revelation that she was diagnosed with pneumonia could provide some answers. Dr. Jon LaPook explains how the infection can cause weakness and dehydration.
Heartwarming video captures the moment three-year-old Dawson and four-year-old Hannah were reunited in U.S.
Florida police are looking for the arson suspect who torched the mosque formerly attended by Orlando gunman Omar Mateen. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN with the latest details.
Planet Fitness workers were brought to tears by the man's touching tribute on Sept. 11
Donald Trump took aim at Hillary Clinton after she called many his supporters "a basket of deplorables." CBS News senior political editor Steve Chaggaris and Aaron Blake of The Washington Post join CBSN to discuss the latest from the campaign trail.
While addressing the National Guard Association in Baltimore, Donald Trump took aim at Hillary Clinton for calling many of his supporters "a basket of deplorables." See his full remarks.