The State Department confirms death of U.S. citizen fighting alongside Kurdish forces
Four hives of European honeybees on the roof of the city's convention center will provide honey for its cooks and for promotion
Judge's decision to dismiss 3 jurors from theater shooting trial demonstrates difficulties of protecting jury from vast media coverage
St. Petersburg police say 58-year-old Paul Pinkston arranged tours of two homes for sale, but then held each realtor at gunpoint, demanding they call relatives for ransom
New York's highest court rules on whether medical examiners have to return all organs from autopsied bodies to families
Karla Perez was kept on life support by a team of 100 after collapsing with a brain bleed so her son Angel could develop properly
Civil rights group wants Oklahoma sheriff investigated in wake of volunteer deputy's fatal shooting of unarmed man
Tonya Carpenter, 44, suffered what police initially said were life-threatening injuries when she was struck by Lawrie's broken bat
2-year-old in critical condition after young boy got behind the wheel of vehicle owned by Staten Island daycare
At least 18 people were hurt after two buses crashed into each other inside the Lincoln Tunnel in New York City. WCBS has the details of the traffic backup.
Maine authorities looking for truck they think was carrying rock involved in fatal accident
"My wife was laying there on the ground," Texas firefighter says in recounting horrific accident
Family members say 34-year-old Austin Ayars had been feeding cattle before the accident
State of Louisiana won an emergency stay of the release of Albert Woodfox, who famously languished in solitary confinement for years
When Danny Nickerson died from a rare cancer, a kindergarten classmate vowed to do what he could to fight the disease
A new NTSB report shows that the Amtrak engineer in May's deadly derailment was not on the phone when the train went off the tracks in Philadelphia. CBS News transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave joins CBSN with the details.
Off-duty firefighter among beach-goers who rushed to help 11-year-old boy after he was hit
A Georgia boy and his father were waist-deep in the water fishing in Daytona Beach Shores, Florida, when lightning knocked the boy unconscious. As Loren Korn reports, the boy survived.
Family of 22-year-old Kylan Langlinais says they received a recall notice two days after the crash that led to her death
Carrie Bradshaw Crowther, 49, who was found Monday after vanishing on her delivery date, no longer pregnant according to family statement