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
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead
Police suspect John Lee, 29, of shooting his landlord, his adoptive mother, and a manager at one of his parents' favorite restaurants
New Jersey governor travels to Green Bay to watch from the owner's box again as his favorite team battles for championship shot
Two of MLK's sons want to sell their dad's traveling bible and Nobel medal, and are trying to force sister Bernice to turn them over
Web extra: Erin Moriarty of "48 Hours" talks with inventor Dean Kamen about his childhood "bed-maker."
We leave you this morning swimming with the manatees at Blue Spring State Park near Orange City, Florida.
Sunday Morning takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead.
1/10: France stands together in defiance of terrorists; Daring climbers attempt to scale Yosemite's El Capitan
If terrorists thought attacks in and around Paris would spread fear and intimidation, they were wrong; and, Kevin Jorgeson and Tommy Caldwell are about to make some rock climbing history by scaling the California rock formation El Capitan in the most challenging way possible.
Unknown number of hostages being held at Tomball Regional Medical Center, near Houston, police say
Kevin Jorgeson and Tommy Caldwell are about to make some rock climbing history by scaling the California rock formation El Capitan in the most challenging way possible. They have been planning their 3,000-foot climb for six years. Jim Axelrod reports.
Foie gras is back on the menu at California restaurants, where one person's delicacy was another's episode of animal cruelty. As Carter Evans explains, this comes after a court battle to overturn the law that banned it in the first place.
Blast shatters windows, fire triggers evacuations, but police say no one is hurt
John Ficarra honors the courage of Charlie Hebdo's cartoonists and their dedication to freedom of the press
At the Ramen Lab in New York City, people can learn more about the growing noodle phenomenon, and why it's more than dry packages with flavor mix
Global bike-sharing company connects bicycle owners with cyclists who want to rent their wheels