Steven Terrence Singleton, 26, a former college football player at LSU and South Carolina, has been charged with murder and cruelty to children
Camera captures moment sea lion leaps 7 feet out of the water, leading to frightening ordeal for San Diego man
Tesla is set to reveal new technology many expect will be a high-powered solar battery, but, in typical Tesla fashion, details have been sparse. CNET's Bridget Carey has the latest buzz around the announcement.
Vangardist Magazine has published a provocative cover infused with HIV-positive blood to raise awareness about the deadly disease. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Meg Oliver have a copy of the magazine in the newsroom.
Two days after eulogizing Freddie Gray, who sustained a deadly injury while in police custody, Pastor Jamal Bryant spoke talked to CBS Correspondent Jeff Pegues about the unrest in the wake of Gray's funeral.
Oluyemisi Adebayo is charged with murder in the death of a developmentally disabled 2-year-old girl
Crews clear the water using jet skis, and the area was closed to swimmers, divers and other ocean activities
Joseph Kent, who has been acting to defuse tensions between protesters and police, was arrested Tuesday night, sparking an uproar on social media. He speaks for the first time since being released from jail to CBSN.
Prominent activist Joseph Kent tells CBSN that he is undeterred by high-profile arrest
A pair of Tampa siblings uncovered an old box in their attic recently, which included old coins, a map and what appears to be a human hand. The treasure could be linked to legendary pirate Jose Gaspar. Bobby Lewis of Tampa affiliate WTSP reports.
The actress's ex-fiance, Nick Loeb, wrote an op-ed in the New York Times demanding that their frozen embryos not be destroyed or sit in a freezer forever. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss this celebrity legal battle that could impact would-be parents nationwide.
A victim recorded a dramatic video of an attack inside Hesperia city hall in Southern California. The suspect faces assault and attempted kidnapping charges. Crystal Cruz of CBS Los Angeles reports.
The Baltimore Orioles made baseball history by playing in front of an empty stadium Wednesday against the Chicago White Sox. Fans were banned due to security concerns in the wake of the city's unrest. Chip Reid reports from Baltimore.
Pro football's next generation of stars will be on display Thursday night. The NFL is holding its annual draft in Chicago for the first time in more than 50 years. Dean Reynolds reports from the NFL's "Selection Square" in Chicago's Grant Park.
A multi-state military exercise is the subject of intense speculation about the imposition of martial law. The training operation called "Jade Helm 15" was announced in March, and the Texas governor is deploying the state guard to monitor the exercises. Manuel Bojorquez reports from Dallas.
Baltimore streets were quiet overnight as a citywide curfew remained in effect. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joins "CBS This Morning" to respond to criticism about the delay in deploying the National Guard and calling protesters "thugs."
A jury will hear more graphic testimony about the carnage James Holmes unleashed inside a Colorado movie theater. Survivors and responders are describing the gruesome attack that killed 12 people and injured 70. Mark Strassmann reports from Centennial, Colorado.
New account may shed some light on what really happened to Freddie Gray in that Baltimore police van before he died in police custody
There's new insight into the arrest of Freddie Gray, as police get a handle on Baltimore protesters. Police plan to release details Friday about the circumstances of the 25-year-old's arrest. A Washington Post story quotes a prisoner inside the same police transport with Gray who says Gray was "banging against the walls" when he was inside. Jeff Pegues reports.
People across the country are joining Baltimore protesters in expressing frustration over the death of Freddie Gray. While protests were mostly peaceful in Baltimore Wednesday, the scene in New York City was chaotic. Vladimir Duthiers reports from New York's Union Square.