In 1974, Patty Hearst's abduction gripped the nation -- a complicated story that Jeffrey Toobin chronicles in his new book
After announcing his resignation, NYPD commissioner explains why it's the "right time" to leave, and blasts Donald Trump for his insensitivity
Joseph Anthony Corrao of Orlando went to Florida's Busch Gardens with family but left with police
Thomas Edwin Blanton Jr., 76, is last surviving KKK member convicted of murder in bombing of Birmingham's 16th Street Baptist Church
Officials say the transit cop had been on officials' radar for several years, and is accused of providing ISIS with material support
Since Khizr Khan held up copy of Constitution at Democratic National Convention, sales for U.S. government's founding document have soared
Tour bus from Mexico on its way to Washington state crashed with 30 people on board into a pole that nearly ripped the bus in half
Officials say the priest randomly came upon a man pinning down a woman who had been walking with her baby in her stroller
5-year-old boy, 9-year-old brother were playing in closet when they discovered handgun
Phelps skipped the opening ceremony the last 3 times to rest up for the grueling 400-meter individual medley held the next day
New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton, one of the nation's best-known names in law enforcement, announced his resignation Tuesday after more than 45 years of police work. His career included stints in other major cities including Boston and Los Angeles. Bratton, who will step down next month to join a consulting firm, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his time as chief of the NYPD and his future.
Controversy after report of $400M U.S. payment to Iran as 4 American detainees were freed, and how you'd fare under Clinton, Trump tax plans
The images show them without their hijabs after their arrest during a Black Lives Matter protest
According to Pinal County Sheriff, the inmates planned the attack while the officer was making routine security checks
An officer at the Pinal County Sheriff's Adult Detention Center was violently attacked by two inmates on Sunday, and the incident was all caught on camera. When the officer stepped into a common recreation area of the cell block, two inmates followed him and began punching him in the face and body. The officer fought back while a second officer ran over to help. Watch the video to see the entire altercation.
Foul smelling plant known as the "corpse flower" bloomed at the U.S. Botanic Garden in Washington D.C.
Schools were evacuated, highways closed, and flights delayed at Phoenix Sky Harbor after flash flooding moved through
Mayor of Portland announced the end of the pilot program that allowed homeless people to sleep on the streets without being bothered by law enforcement
Less than two weeks after a Republican convention that stressed party unity, Donald Trump has said he won't endorse two of his most prominent Republican colleagues; according to the old saying, "you can't reinvent the wheel," but when it comes to the ferris wheel, cities across the globe are doing just that
Kate Del Castillo insists she did not commit a crime and was involved only in a "journalistic and artistic project" about El Chapo