Former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney says he will not make another run for president in 2016. Mr. Romney said he has "decided it is best to give other leaders in the Party the opportunity to become our next nominee." Nancy Cordes reports.
At select stores, a new technology is wowing customers, solving one of shopping's most important questions
Overt suspicion from Rep. Molly White and vitriolic hecklers greet hundreds of Muslims rallying during Texas Capitol lobbying day
The designer tells CBS News' Gigi Stone Woods about her 2015 fall collection and what advice she'd give to aspiring designers.
Thousands have descended on Phoenix in preparation for Sunday's big game
A Texas state lawmaker is facing some backlash for calling out participants of a peaceful Muslim rally. It was organized as an opportunity for participants to meet with state officials. But as KEYE's Lydia Pantazes reports, it instead became a war of words.
Man acquitted of murder charge in Trayvon Martin shooting no longer facing charge he threw wine bottle at his ex-girlfriend
In 2012, Tommy Thompson vanished during a court fight over his $50 million haul of gold bars and coins from a shipwreck
Doctors have encouraged healthy eating, but now some are concerned that some people are taking it too far. CBS News medical contributor Dr. Holly Phillips joins CBSN to explain how the newest eating disorder is orthorexia, where people take healthy eating to an unhealthy extreme.
The passionate creators of "dream teams" - a growing number of whom are women - live by how real-life NFL players affect their fantasy squads
The hip-hop mogul is accused of intentionally running over two men, killing one
A look back at the week that was on "CBS This Morning."
New research finds that people who drink heavily in middle age have a one-third higher risk for stroke compared to light drinkers. Heavy drinkers are also having strokes younger. Dr. Tara Narula, cardiologist at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the study.
Super Bowl tickets can still be yours this morning, but the price is nothing short of astronomical. On StubHub, the world's largest source for second-hand tickets, they start at more than $7,000 dollars, with the top seats going for more than $40,000. Only on "CBS This Morning," Carter Evans reports on how far the company is going this weekend to protect buyers.
A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning."
America's antiquated air traffic control system is getting an upgrade, with an overhaul through the FAA's NextGen designed to keep up with increasing air travel and the push for on-time flights. As Ben Tracy shows, however, parts of the country are paying a steep price for progress.
On Feb. 1, 1887, a California landowner proposed a new real estate project that ultimately became the home of motion pictures
Dartmouth College, one of the nation's most prestigious colleges, plans sweeping changes to combat sexual assaults. Students will also go through a mandatory sexual violence prevention program. Jericka Duncan reports.
New Yorker who made his political name over rent in the Big Apple may soon not have a place to live
For most people, the last thing they want is for a telemarketer to be on the other end of the phone, but for one Oregon woman, that unwanted call from Vegas helped save her life. Vanessa Murphy of Las Vegas affiliate KLAS reports on a woman's cry for help.