Police say Nyia Parler, 41, left her son alone in the woods in Philly with a blanket and a Bible to be with her boyfriend in Maryland
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus says that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be bogged down by scandals, including foreign donations and her email server, as she announces her presidential campaign.
Secretary of State John Kerry pushed back against the charge from Sen. John McCain that he is “delusional” about the negotiations.
Kerry said the State Department’s inspector general is reviewing all email management.
The latest on nuclear negotiations with Iran, relations with Cuba and Hillary Clinton’s upcoming presidential announcement, with Secretary of State John Kerry, Sen. Rand Paul, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Republican National Committeee Chairman Reince Priebus and others.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minnesota, says Clinton has answered questions about the Clinton Foundation’s donations from foreign governments.
The Minnesota Democrat favors lifting embargo on Cuban and said Sen. John McCain may have gone too far in criticizing Kerry over the Iran negotiations .
The fact that the Clinton Foundation took money from Saudi Arabia undercuts the former secretary of state’s claims, Paul said.
Paul, who recently announced he is running for president, discussed immigration, criminal justice, the GOP’s inclusiveness and more on “Face the Nation.”
The Kentucky senator said he sincerely wants a deal on Iran’s nuclear program.
They call it the “Uber effect.” Rita Braver reports on the different types of businesses that are offering similar services via smartphone apps, and transforming our "on demand" economy.
Because specialty foods outlet Trader Joe's has no stores in Canada, an enterprising Vancouverite makes cross-border runs to buy up items, to sell at his shop, Pirate Joe's
Dickerson, who is CBS News' Political Director, will take over when Schieffer retires this summer.
We leave you this morning at the Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota.
A woman was dangling her 2-year-old over a railing before incident; child endangerment charges likely
It tracks every move, step taken, calories burned, and hours slept. Most people never take them off. Tony Bass is a senior vice president at Polar, which makes a wide range of wearable activity trackers, the latest in fitness gadgets you only recently realized you need. Susan Spencer of "48 Hours" reports.
Donald Trump spent $100 million on his Boeing 757, and it’s second-hand! Of course, it's been trumped up. Correspondent Vladamir Duthiers takes a tour, and visits a company that specializes in outfitting the private jets of billionaires.
KIND's founder and CEO Daniel Lubetzky says his company has roughly doubled in size every year for a decade, a period during which Americans gobbled up more than one billion of its bars. The Mexican-born son of a Holocaust survivor, Lubetzky started out by peddling his concoction door-to-door. Susan Spencer reports on the high bar Lubetzky set by creating his own healthy snack bar.
Nancy Giles dives into the history of our smallest-denomination coin, and hears voices for and against dumping the penny.
If you are in the business of launching a new product, the name is everything. David Placek is a professional "namer, whose Sausalito, Calif.-based company, Lexicon, has named some of the biggest products around. Lee Cowan finds out about the genesis of such well-known names as Outback, Dasani and Swiffer.