Events marking 150th anniversary of Appomattox include reenactment of Robert E. Lee's last clash with Ulysses S. Grant's troops
In 1990, the husband of New Hampshire woman Pamela Smart was shot to death, in one of the first high-profile cases involving a teacher -- Smart -- having an affair with a student
When you think American wines, your taste buds might expect something from Napa or Sonoma, but it might be time to raise a glass to Texas. Manuel Bojorquez reports on winemakers in the Lone Star State.
Charlie Rose takes a look back at the historic career of CBS News' Bob Schieffer, who has announced his retirement. Rose visited Meg Oliver and Gigi Stone Woods in the CBSN studio.
Republican presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul is taken to task after critics charge he is sexist in interviews. CBSN's Meg Oliver and Gigi Stone Woods take a look at the controversy.
The North Charleston police department fired Michael Slager Wednesday, the day after a graphic cellphone video of the shooting led to his arrest. For the first time Wednesday, the man who recorded the incident spoke out. Vicente Arenas reports from the Charleston County detention center where the suspect is being held without bail.
Kent Sprouse was convicted of the death of Ferris Police Officer Harry Marvin "Marty" Steinfeldt III, who was shot outside the Ferris Food Mart about 20 miles south of Dallas in 2002
57 million people live in an area with an "enhanced risk" of hail, damaging winds and twisters, forecasters say
Former officer Michael Slager was fired after a graphic cellphone video surfaced showing him shooting an apparently unarmed black man. NYPD's Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence and Counterterrorism John Miller joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what officers are taught to do in such situations.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev could be sentenced to death for his part in the Boston Marathon bombings. Juries around the country have not always sent convicted terrorists to death row. NYPD's Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence and Counterterrorism John Miller joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the possible death sentence and the South Carolina Police shooting.
Man who recorded S.C. cop shooting incident speaks out; jury that convicted Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to weigh his possible death sentence; Bob Schieffer to call it a career
A giant of journalism is stepping aside. The "Face the Nation" host says he will end his career after more than 50 years. He was sent to Vietnam to cover the war as a young newspaper reporter and began a legendary career at CBS News in 1969. Charlie Rose reports.
Prosecutors have a guilty verdict in the Boston Marathon bombing trial. It took jurors less than two days to convict Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on 30 federal counts. That same jury will determine if Tsarnaev should face the death penalty. Don Dahler reports on the emotional reaction to the verdict.
Xavier Morales, a senior Secret Service supervisor, is on leave after being accused of assault. A female employee says her boss made unwanted sexual advances after a party last week. The allegations are another blow to the agency's new leadership, which has been trying to change the culture. Bill Plante reports.
Feidin Santana recorded video showing South Carolina officer shooting black man in back
A major water main break shut down several subway lines in lower Manhattan.
These states have the highest property taxes in the country
Whistleblower Chelsea Manning opens up about her prison sentence and her battle to transition to a woman in a new interview with Cosmopolitan.
New video shows the moments leading up to the fatal shooting of a 25-year-old man by a Miami Gardens, Fla., police officer.
4/8: How surveillance video paved way for Tsarnaev's guilty verdict; Sarah Thomas "honored" to be first full-time female NFL ref
A federal jury found Dzhokhar Tsarnaev guilty on all 30 counts linked to the bombing of the 2013 Boston Marathon; and, the NFL has named Sarah Thomas as its first full-time female referee. Thomas, a mother and a pharmaceutical sales rep, talked to CBS News' Jeff Glor about the new job and how officiating has changed the way she watches football.