Michael Hanline was found guilty in 1980 of first-degree murder in the 1978 death of Ventura resident J.T. McGarry
President Barack Obama along with 1,200 school officials signed the Connect Ed pledge in efforts to strengthen digital learning in schools across America. Barack also stressed the point that many other countries across the world are " trying to out-educate us".
Missouri Governor Dixon declares state of emergency ahead of grand jury decision to indict police officer Darren Wilson in shooting death of Michael Brown.
Parts of western New York saw up to 6 feet of snow, leaving the Bills scrambling to get their field ready for Sunday
Driver lost control on icy road, rolled vehicle down embankment into 2 1/2 of water
Ryan Lara, 15, was shot Nov. 8 while moving the family car; police arrested Tyler Geraud Wiley, 19
One suburban St. Louis gun dealer reports selling up to three times more weapons than usual in recent weeks
Family had sued over phrase "under God" in Pledge of Allegiance because it discriminates against atheist kids
Blizzards are no time to drive, but here are ways to help you survive if you do get stuck
Half of the country is covered by snow with upstate New York seeing as much as 6 feet by the end of Wednesday. Meteorologist Danielle Niles of WBZ explains the bone-chilling phenomenon known as "lake-effect snow" causing this weather.
It's a brand that appeals to everyone from the first lady to celebrities and even young schoolgirls. Norah O'Donnell interviewed the brains behind J. Crew and joins CBSN to share her impressions of Jenna Lyons.
Shelley Dufresne, 32, allegedly had a three-way sexual encounter with another teacher and a 16-year-old student in September
The Monterrey Herald reports that Antonio Miranda Martinez was let out of a jail in Salinas on Thursday because of a paperwork error just hours after a court appearance
Parts of the Buffalo, N.Y. area have received nearly six feet of snow, and plenty more powder is in the forecast. Authorities and residents are working to dig out stranded cars and clear the roads.
In announcing the end of his playing career, Collins praises former teammates, coaches and fans for embracing his decision to come out
A new Smithsonian Channel special called "United States of Drinking" looks at some of America's favorite drinks. Award-winning food writer and host John Ozersky joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about his spirited trip across the country.
A new ruling by the NTSB is rattling America's fledgling drone industry. While the Federal Aviation Administration is still considering how to regulate the commercial use of drones, NTSB is calling them aircraft, which could set a precedent. Jeff Pegues reports.
"A furry little fuzzball" chased Gary McGrath of Hampton, N.H., into his house, just after going after a neighbor's dog
Bill to end bulk collection of Americans' phone records fails largely due to Republican opposition, dealing a blow to Obama's reform attempts
Luz Cazares is being named a hero today after she helped her neighbors escape when a small plane slammed into their house in Chicago. Gayle King reports.