Madison, Wisconsin on edge after white cop shoots unarmed black teen dead; Obama reassures on Iran nuke talks; don't overlook these deductions at tax time
A nine-second video of Oklahoma fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon is sparking outrage. The video surfaced Sunday and reportedly depicts fraternity members singing a racist song. Sigma Alpha Epsilon suspended its University of Oklahoma chapter indefinitely. Michelle Miller reports.
Video of a racist chant forces one of America's largest fraternities, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, to take drastic action. Also, a Republican Congressman says there are "huge gaps" in emails turned over by Hillary Clinton. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
Hundreds hold prayer vigil for unarmed black teen shot by white police officer; city stays calm, but emotions remain raw
Thousands of marchers, government officials and other public figures gathered in Selma, Alabama to commemorate the 50th anniversary of "Bloody Sunday," a brutal police assault on civil rights demonstrators that helped lead to the passage of the Voting Rights Act.
University of Oklahoma chapter disbanded by national frat; Confederate flag reportedly seen hanging from same frat's Oklahoma State University house
Social media video has surfaced of several members of a fraternity at Oklahoma University singing the offensive lyrics
A single-engine aircraft went down northeast of Jackson, Miss., Sunday afternoon, killing the pilot and his passenger
3/8: More questions raised in Hillary Clinton email controversy; A look at ELF, the solar-powered bicycle-car hybrid
Many people, President Obama included, are weighing in on Hillary Clinton's email controversy from her time as secretary of state, except Clinton herself; and, It's called the ELF, a solar-powered bike-car hybrid that's turning up in cities across the country. Costing $5,500, the transportation requires no insurance or gasoline.
Thousands jammed the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, marching and singing to remember a turning point in the struggle for civil rights. Bill Plante reports from Selma.
After planning a romantic date, a New Jersey man who goes by the name "The Gooch" on a dating website ended up stealing his date's car keys instead of her heart.
Chris Johnson and another passenger were wounded in their shoulders as the car they were in was stopped at a traffic light; the driver was killed
Apple is poised to unveil its much-anticipated Apple Watch. It's the first time Apple is venturing into a new product category since it revolutionized the tablet market with the iPad almost five years ago. Jill Schlesinger reports.
A pre-dawn party turned into a scene of chaos. Early Saturday morning, thousands of students attended a St. Patrick's Day party near the campus of California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo when a garage roof collapsed, injuring at least eight. Carter Evans reports on the details of how it went down.
It has been a tense weekend in Madison, Wisconsin, after a white police officer shot and killed an unarmed black teenager Friday night. Dean Reynolds reports on new information revealed in the case.
Many people, President Obama included, are weighing in on Hillary Clinton's email controversy from her time as secretary of state, except Clinton herself. Julianna Goldman reports on what is being left unsaid.
An inventor's pedal-powered vehicle is catching on in several cities across the country
Crackdown on wild parties at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo didn't stop a near-tragedy in a garage
Police say up to 20,000 chanted and sang the day after the 50th anniversary of the pivotal civil rights moment in Alabama
Amid threat from ISIS and other extremists in otherwise peaceful country, Peace Corps suspends program over "regional environment"