The FBI met with private cybersecurity firms who claim North Korea was not solely responsible for the hack
A two-year-old boy got his hands on a gun inside his mother's purse and then accidentally shot and killed her with it inside a crowded Wal-mart in Hayden, Idaho. Authorities say the woman was shopping with four children, and had a permit to have a concealed weapon.
A local haunted house manager went up against city hall over keeping up a ghoulish interpretation of the first Christmas
At the Morton Salt Factory on the North Side of Chicago a wall collapsed spilling massive amounts of of salt on the cars parked outside.
Fire officials think the wall was too weak to hold the massive spill
With fears of widespread Y2K-related power outages, Americans looked to the Amish for help
It's 15 years since the new millennium dawned and CBS News is taking a look back. As 1999 neared its end, red flags were raised over Russia’s ability to usher in the year 2000. This CBS News report covers the fear that existed at the time of the possibility of accidental launches of Russia's nuclear missiles.
It's 15 years since the new millennium dawned and CBS News is taking a look back. In Kidron, Ohio, an Amish business started to see an influx in non-Amish customers. As this 1999 CBS News report found, fears of Y2K-related power outages were driving people to seek non-traditional ways to be ready.
It's 15 years since the new millennium dawned and CBS News is taking a look back. In this December 1999 report, CBS News examines how fear of the year 2000 led to an increase in gun sales. Gun makers capitalized on Americans’ uncertainty by marketing their weapons specifically for Y2K.
Industry testing standards may not be stringent enough to prevent infections, experts say
As 1999 neared its end, gun makers successfully branded their weapons to appeal to Americans' fear of the Year 2000 bug
Authorities say the child, 2, fatally shot his mother after he reached into her purse and found a lawful concealed gun
Under fire from several cyber experts, the FBI stands by its original conclusion about who is behind the Sony Pictures hack, and others argue that the FBI is right
According to a spokesman, the former president is now resting at home
One of the DOE's "longest-running sexual violence investigations" wraps up with revered institution agreeing to change its ways
According to a study done by Jawbone, New Yorkers rank 16th in the world when it comes to staying up late on New Year's Eve, falling behind cities like Moscow, Buenos Aires and Paris.
Anger is still boiling over amongst the rank-and-file in the NYPD following the slaying of two cops; unions also seeking new contracts
Las Vegas Valley officials expecting dangerous road conditions as a winter storm hits the desert metropolis
Inside the 60th International Debutante Ball at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York