Don Collins was found guilty of capital murder for a childhood attack on a boy who died nearly 13 years later
Official making $111K a year is facing a maximum penalty of a week-long suspension without pay for foul deed in drought-stricken state
Officials say at least 40 vehicles, including tractor-trailers and a bus, were involved in large pileup on Monday evening in bad weather
Zoo says the 880-pound bear "should get an extra large payday from the tooth fairy" after having 3 teeth pulled
A Pew Research Center study last year found stay-at-home dads now account for more than 16 percent of at-home caretakers. Now with more than 20 percent of wives out-earning their husbands, the trend is growing. Dean Reynolds reports on how many are putting a commitment to parenting ahead of their careers.
The off-strip Clarion Hotel and Casino was imploded, the first in the city since 2007
Same-sex marriage became legal in Alabama Monday, but some judges are defying a federal order and denying gay couples the ability to get a marriage license. Chip Reid reports from Montgomery, where the state's top judge, Chief Justice Roy Moore, is behind the push to make sure same-sex marriage doesn't happen.
State tax agencies around the country are on high alert amid a surge in criminal tax filings. Alabama is investigating at least 16,000 returns suspected of fraud, while Utah flagged at least 8,000. Minnesota temporarily stopped accepting returns using Turbotax last week. Former FBI executive assistant director and CrowdStrike Services president Shawn Henry joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss the latest tax scams.
Three record-breaking storms in Boston the past two weeks have left five and a half feet of snow on the ground. Schools are closed, and trains and subways are shut down. Boston's Logan International Airport hopes to reopen by midday. Jericka Duncan reports from the city at a standstill.
The police department in Ferguson, Missouri, is among many experimenting with the Alternative, a new technology that its creators say makes bullets less deadly. It's become more relevant in the wake of high-profile police shooting cases. Mark Strassmann reports on how it's meant to save lives on both sides of the gun.
A jury has been selected in the trial of former Marine Eddie Routh who is accused of killing Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, the subject of Oscar-nominated blockbuster "American Sniper." Opening statements in the trial will begin on Wednesday. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the case.
The world is getting a look at some of the souvenirs Armstrong brought home from Apollo 11. They were all gear that NASA was going to throw away, and now they're on display at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum in Washington. Wyatt Andrews reports.
Bostonians peep out from underneath a fresh layer of winter's worst, and an ex-ISIS member tells Clarissa Ward why he chose to escape the group
Sources have told a CBS News affiliate the key suspect in 2 cases of college students who were found dead is facing new charges
Buildup from two and a half weeks of relentless winter weather is creating a new set of problems for residents expected to face more this week
Carmen, a nine-year-old boxer from Cincinnati, is fighting for her life after she apparently tried to protect her owner in a house fire. The man died, but firefighters were able to resuscitate the dog. Cincinnati affiliate WKRC has the story.
Representing more than 16 percent of at-home caretakers, one organization is helping fathers find support and purpose
Ferguson, Missouri, police are just some of the officers testing and training with a new device designed to save lives on both sides of the gun
Carmen, a 9-year-old boxer, is "still on very intensive ventilator support," but her actions have thousands rooting for her
Think electric Braille, on the tongue: The sensation is like "eating pop rocks or drinking champagne," researchers say