Data prepared for ex-players' lawyers show how many the league expects will develop at least moderate neurocognitive problems
Police say a driver reported Tueday that George Zimmerman threatened to kill him after a confrontation
Michigan dog stood 7 feet, 4 inches on his hind legs
Guards union says discovery was made well before school shooter, 2 other inmates scrambled over fence for a few hours of freedom
"Sunday Morning" takes a look as some notable events of the week ahead
Asia Cotton was only 11 when her flight, American Airlines flight 77, crashed into the Pentagon on 9/11. Her parents established a scholarship in her honor, and just celebrated the first recipient's graduation. Bruce Leshan from WUSA reports.
Football fans condemned Rice's actions, but there was little consensus as to what his punishment should be
New rule follows release of government report that 4,405 workers were killed on the job in the United States in 2013
The Ontario County (N.Y) Sheriff's Department plans says next week it will release the findings of its investigation into race car driver Kevin Ward's death
New York City's go-to designer of "tiaras for your teeth" taught himself the art of making gold "grills"
Castro Valley High School sees the purchase of an expensive espresso machine as an investment and a way to maintain jobs. The espresso machine is the source of some controversy in the area. KPIX's Christin Ayers reports.
Baltimore Ravens fans show their support (or disgust) of Ray Rice at the first game since he was indefinitely suspended from the NFL
The CBS Sports host took a moment to weigh in on the Ray Rice controversy on "Thursday Night Football"
Oscar Pistorius verdict announced; new questions on what Roger Goodell knew and when he knew it about Ray Rice incident; and why Target wants to be seen as "cool" again
CBS News investigates effectiveness of state medical boards at stopping dangerous physicians
T.J. Lane, who killed 3 students in 2012, caught hours after breaking out with 2 other inmates, who've also been apprehended
T.J. Lane escaped along with two other inmates from a prison in Lima, Ohio. Lane pleaded guilty in 2013 for the shooting of three students at Chardon High School. Marlie Hall reports.
Just three days after runningback Ray Rice was released, the Baltimore Ravens capitalized on quarterback Joe Flacco's passing game to hold down the Pittsburgh Steelers as CBS launches its first Thursday Night Football
Police have launched a search in nearby wooded areas for T.J. Lane who killed three Ohio students in 2012.
Newly released documents show that Yahoo battled against the government on claims that it violated the Fourth Amendment rights of its users