Spartans come from behind to continue its improbable run in the NCAA Tournament
Win over Florida State puts South Carolina women "on the map," coach says
On the famous park's first day, its most popular coaster gets stuck on the tracks
Emergency workers have been searching for two people missing since powerful blast, fire leveled three buildings
More bodies are being found, as immigrants choose increasingly dangerous routes across the Rio Grande into South Texas
The latest on Germanwings flight 9525, the politics of an Iran nuclear deal, Ted Kennedy, with aviation expert Sully Sullenberger, Saudi ambassador Adel al-Jubeir, Sen. Richard Burr, R-North Carolina, Rep. Adam Schiff, D-California, and others.
Missed the second half of the show? The latest in the discussion on Ted Kennedy.
20-year-old pitcher had been in a coma after suffering serious head injury
Extensive training and medical disclosure requirements should help prevent an aviation accident like the one seen in France last week
A tribute to The Beach Boys' Brian Wilson, April Fools' Day and Good Friday - just some fo the notable events this week. Charles Osgood reports.
It's the only skyscraper ever designed by the great architect Eero Saarinen - "Black ROCK," CBS' corporate headquarters building in New York City, which opened for business on March 24, 1965. Charles Osgood reports.
Whenever Jim O'Connor isn't torturing kids with calculus, he's on a whole other tangent, cuddling sick babies. Three days a week for the past 22 years, Jim has volunteered, stepping in when parents can't, to hold, feed and comfort their children. Steve Hartman reports.
Gov. Mike Pence says he'll support legislation to "clarify" law's intent, but says making gay and lesbian residents a protected class "not on my agenda"
Tennessee's clutch free-throw shooting the difference in clawing back from 17-point deficit in second half for OT win
Top-seed Kentucky holds off Notre Dame, improves to 38-0; Wisconsin outlasts Arizona, now seeks revenge for 2014 Final Four loss
Part-time Darby Borough police officer dies at hospital; police expect to file criminal charges but no arrests have been made
Nasty road craters are the bane of any driver. Now researchers in Boston are using new technology to spot potholes before they start. Eric Fisher reports.
A San Francisco jury has rejected a gender discrimination case questioning male dominance in the tech hub. As Carter Evans reports, the woman who brought the lawsuit says it was an effort to "level the playing field."
The University of Oklahoma says members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon learned the racist chant that got the fraternity kicked off campus during a national fraternity leadership cruise. Jericka Duncan reports on the investigation.
Boston police say a suspect was shot by officers after opening fire during a traffic stop, critically wounding officer John Moynihan. As Jim Axelrod reports, Moynihan is a highly decorated police veteran and former Army Ranger.