Colorado Supreme Court ruling has big implications for employers and pot smokers in states that have legalized marijuana
The Georgia Supreme Court has reversed the conviction of a man involved in a love triangle that led to a killing outside a suburban Atlanta preschool
As a Georgia mom fights for her life against flesh-eating bacteria, another woman who survived a similar devastating infection shares her story. Despite multiple amputations, Aimee Copeland is reaching out to helping others. WCGL-TV's Melinda Roeder reports.
Officials investigating playground accident in which 5-year-old was returned to her classroom despite serious injury
Police in Frederick, Md., say Larnell Lyles shot Brandon Brown Saturday as children waited on line outside Brown's ice cream truck
Two convicted killers, David Sweat and Richard Matt, broke out of a maximum-security prison in upstate New York and remain on the loose
12-year-old girl and 16-year-old boy who lost limbs in separate shark attacks were in waist-deep water, N.C. officials say
The average American home has three televisions and access to 189 channels. That's a stark difference from the '50s when only three networks ruled the airwaves. Wall Street Journal contributor Jennifer Wallace joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the benefits of watching television as a family.
CBS News contributor and GOP strategist Frank Luntz went to New Hampshire to speak to independent and Republican voters about the hurdles Jeb Bush may face in his bid for the presidency. He joins "CBS This Morning" to reveal what he learned.
Britain may be making up for lost time with famed historic document, which was first memorialized there by the American Bar Association
Parts of South that were flooded only weeks ago face new threat from system off Yucatan, which may develop into Tropical Storm Bill
Rachel Dolezal, the embattled president of Spokane's NAACP chapter, faces more troubling questions. Many accuse her of lying about her race. She abruptly canceled a Monday meeting where she planned to explain herself. John Blackstone reports on more revelations from Dolezal's brother
A United Airlines flight from Chicago to London was diverted over the weekend, forcing passengers to spend a night in a cold Canadian military barracks. But the 11 crew members apparently spent the night in a nearby hotel. Kris Van Cleave reports on the backlash.
A 12-year-old girl and a 16-year-old boy each lost parts of their arms. The incidents happened about two miles apart, causing the Brunswick County sheriff's office to launch a helicopter search for sharks over the coast. The victims are both listed in fair condition at a medical center in Wilmington, North Carolina. Tara Lynn from CBS affiliate WRAL reports.
More revalations as to how 2 murderers escaped a New York prison, and more troubling questions for the NAACP's leader in Spokane
Officers are continuing their search for David Sweat and Richard Matt in dense forests near the northern New York prison. Joyce Mitchell, the woman accused of helping them with the escape plan, is due back in court Monday. Anna Werner reports from Plattsburgh, New York.
Pope Francis accepts resignations of Archbishop John Nienstedt and his deputy amid charges archdiocese turned "blind eye" to abuse
With Rachel Dolezal's position at NAACP under fire, another family member has accused her of lying about her race
When a terrible crash mangled Darius Glover's body at 15, a doctor said he'd never ride again, but the racer had other plans
Golden State takes 3-2 lead in games by beating Cleveland 104-91; LeBron James scores 40 again, but Stephan Curry nets 37