Homes and farmland remain under water as floodwaters from storms in neighboring Oklahoma and Texas overwhelm the Red River
Chain-reaction crash in southeastern part of Colorado involves 11 vehicles
According to an affidavit, police found a bloodied baseball bat and bodies in multiple bedrooms when they entered the Savopoulos home
"Joe" inherited $12,000 from a deceased relative - and he accidentally left most of it on a Florida bus bench
Measure allows some court officials to stop performing marriages if they hold a "sincerely held religious objection"
Adolf Hitler was once a struggling young artist; Fourteen of his works are up for auction this month in Germany
17-year-old Ali Shukri Amin was an honor student Osbourn Park High School in Manassas
“Jurassic World” picks up 22 years after the events of 1993’s “Jurassic Park.” The film's stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard told CBS News’ Suzanne Marques that the film has multi-generational appeal.
The driver - who was with his 3-year-old son - admitted that he had used drugs, police say
The July cover story in Consumer Reports takes an in-depth look at the truth about product labels that say “Made in America,” and the buying power it creates. Consumer Reports senior projects editor Tod Marks joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss what the U.S.A. guarantee really means.
Police questioning cab driver who says he picked up men matching descriptions of missing inmates
The U.S. is stepping up the fight against ISIS in Iraq, as President Obama approved the deployment of 450 more troops. Just 75 of them will focus on training Iraqi troops, and most of the new American personnel will provide security. U.S. Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the goal of the strategy shift.
On Thursday Congress hears from Lt. Col. Jason Amerine who criticized American policy on hostages held overseas. Amerine is being investigated by the Pentagon after giving lawmakers a warning. He says the government failed to form a comprehensive plan to recover American hostages, and that cost lives. Nancy Cordes reports.
Federal regulators are working to cut the cord on “robo” calls. Some telemarketers are still getting through to some phones on the national “Do Not Call” registry. Chip Reid reports from the Federal Trade Commission in Washington.
Coast Guard investigating after something on fishing boat goes severely wrong, causing it to sink
A lawyer for officer Eric Casebolt said her client was emotional that day because he responded to two suicide calls, one of which involved a man who fatally shot himself in plain view of his family. Cell phone video showed Casebolt slamming teenager Dajerria Becton to the ground in McKinney, Texas, last week. Becton's lawyer said that wasn't an excuse for the officer's behavior. Vicente Arenas reports.
Manhunt for two escaped killers intensifies as police comb a tiny upstate New York community
Coast Guard video shows dramatic video of the four men plunging into the water from the sinking boat. The rescue took place near Lituya Bay. Elaine Quijano reports.
The search for two escaped killers shifted into high gear overnight in northern New York. Police rushed into the small community of Cadyville after learning of a possible sighting. Cadyville is just east of the prison where David Sweat and Richard Matt broke out six days ago. Anna Werner reports.
The search for two escaped killers shifted into high gear overnight in northern New York. Police rushed into the small town of Cadyville after learning of a possible sighting. Cadyville is just east of the prison where David Sweat and Richard Matt broke out six days ago. Anna Werner reports.