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.
Sarah Thomas, once a college basketball standout, caught the eye of the league and will be the first woman to officiate a male-dominated game
Rough weather including softball-sized hail, strong winds and at least one tornado cause damage but few injuries
Richard Donohue had a major artery in his leg severed when he was shot by the Tsarnaev brothers and nearly bled to death
As many as 7 other officers responded to scene after North Charleston police officer Michael Slager shot Walter Scott
A look at some of the main people involved in the fatal shooting of a black man by a white police officer in North Charleston, S.C.
Legal expert Rikki Klieman lays out the strategies likely to be used by the prosecution and defense in determining Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's fate
Lawyers for a 19-year-old man accused of sexually assaulting 13 teenage girls say their client, Tyler Kost, is a victim in a plot modeled after the movie "John Tucker Must Die."
An attorney for the family of Otis Byrd says they want independent investigation into his March hanging death
Former Nets and Devils co-owner died along with six others in fiery crash of private jet near Boston
Caught on tape: A dashcam video which purportedly shows the moments leading up to Miami Gardens police fatally shooting a mentally ill man has been made public. Lavall Hall, 25, was shot in February.
CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman, former prosecutor Randy Zellin and CBS News' Paula Reid join CBSN to discuss Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's conviction on all 30 counts in the Boston Marathon bombing.
CBS News associate producer Nicole Sanseverino reports from the inside the courtroom after Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found guilty on all 30 counts in the Boston Marathon bombing trial.
Former managers accuse nation's largest supplier of HIV, AIDS medical care of bilking Medicare, Medicaid in elaborate scam
Jurors deliberating fate of ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez asked judge for clarification on weapon and ammunition possession charges he faces
Florida man said he noticed a bobcat sitting on the edge of the surf staring at a shark just before it pounced
Sam Holtz, a 6th grader from suburban Chicago, tied for first with a near-perfect March Madness bracket, beating out 115,700 participants
Hannah Reynolds was believed to have died while still a slave, but records now indicate she survived until after Lee surrendered to Grant
After a bystander's video surfaced, white South Carolina police officer Michael Slager was charged with the murder of Walter Scott, a black man
Jury will decide whether Tsarnaev gets life in prison or death sentence for 2013 bombing that killed 3 and wounded 260