While they're only in medical dispensaries now, the manufacturers hope to add hundreds of machines in other locations over the next few years. KIRO-TV's Jeff Dubois reports.
Project at Pueblo Chemical Depot starts less than a year after chlorine gas killed 13 people in Syria
The Metro North train struck an SUV north of New York City, killing five on the train and one in the vehicle.
A witness recorded a dramatic rescue from an ice-filled bay off Lake Michigan. A Coast Guard team pulled a labrador retriever to safety. A few hours later, another dog in Massachusetts was rescued from a partially frozen river. Gayle King reports.
The city District Attorney's office said in a statement there isn't enough evidence to charge Mark Andrus, 54, with murder in connection with a dismembered body found inside a suitcase
In the largest and most comprehensive national study on American singles, Match.com is clearing up the mystery of the dating game. The results reveal what Match.com calls "The Clooney Effect," where men are not looking for dependent women anymore. Helen Fisher, a biological anthropologist and the chief scientific adviser of Match.com joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the findings.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials say Richard Nixie, 30, admitted to trapping alligators less than five feet in length and cutting off their tails for his Super Bowl dinner
Dr. Vivek Murthy is making history as the first surgeon general of Indian descent and the youngest. Murthy joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington for his first on-camera interview since being confirmed as surgeon general and discusses the safety of the vaccine. He also touches on his views on the legalization of marijuana.
A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning."
The Metro-North railroad is already under heavy pressure to improve its safety record after its fourth deadly accident in less than two years. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo joins "CBS This Morning" from the state capitol in Albany to discuss the accident.
From Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul to Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, the political debate over the measles vaccine is not dying down among potential presidential hopefuls. CBS News contributor and Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the politics of vaccination.
Several dead as commuter train rams SUV outside NYC; deadly Taiwan plane crash caught on dramatic video; Jordan swiftly retaliates for purported ISIS execution
Federal accident investigators are heading to the scene of a deadly Metro-North commuter train crash 30 miles north of New York City. The train hit an SUV trapped under a crossing gate. Officials say five passengers and the SUV driver were killed. Vinita Nair reports from the crash site in Valhalla, New York.
Federal accident investigators are heading to the scene of a deadly Metro-North commuter train crash 30 miles north of New York City. The train hit an SUV trapped under a crossing gate. Officials say six passengers and the SUV driver were killed. Vinita Nair reports from the crash site in Valhalla, New York.
Criminal exploitation normally associated with foreign countries affects a surprisingly large number of American kids - and the problem is getting worse. Ines Novacic reports.
Private investigator Joe Mazzilli revisits the location of a traumatic case.
Joe Mazzilli of The Runaway Squad talks about his start in the NYPD.
Train car, vehicle set ablaze at what governor calls "truly ugly and brutal" scene; one official "amazed" anyone escaped train car alive
After allegedly crashing into two parked SUVs in Colorado, Lance Armstrong let his girlfriend take the blame. As Jeff Glor reports, Anna Hansen later admitted to police that she had lied to protect Armstrong.
Retired astronaut Leland Melvin became an Internet sensation when he added some furry friends to his official NASA photo.