Two teenagers, on the run from police after six days of unlawful activities in multiple states, were finally captured by West Virginia authorities
Tonya Carpenter was struck in the head by Oakland player's broken bat on Friday at Fenway Park; friend said she was there with son and friend
Tony Award-winning actor Ben Vereen, the star of "Pippin" on Broadway, "All That Jazz" on the silver screen, and "Roots" on TV, almost lost his career and his life after a series of devastating tragedies. Mo Rocca catches up with the song-and-dance man who, at age 68, remains the consummate entertainer.
John Bowlen, a possible inheritor of the Denver Broncos, was arrested in a domestic violence incident and suspended indefinitely from the team
Many cops routinely trade their cruisers and badges for choppers and club colors in their off time, and gang experts say it can put everyone at risk
The latest on the 2016 presidential elections, voting rights, and national security, with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, and others.
Missed the second half of the show? The latest on the 2016 presidential elections, voting rights, and national security, with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, and others.
From the centenary of Les Paul to Worldwide Knit in Public Day - "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead, Jane Pauley reports.
Jane Pauley welcomes John Dickerson as the new moderator of "Face the Nation" and looks back at a pioneer - his mother, Nancy Dickerson, the first female correspondent at CBS News.
In Las Cruces, New Mexico, at the Dona Ana county office building, cats from a local shelter are brought to visit, and made available to any employee looking for a moment of purr bliss. Steve Hartman reports.
Correspondent Martha Teichner meets with Cuban-American artist Teresita Fernandez as she transforms New York's Madison Square Park into a living art space.
June 7, 1873, was the birthday of Susan Elizabeth Blow, who would open America's first public kindergarten in St. Louis. Jane Pauley reports.
Nearly five years ago, Rutgers University freshman Tyler Clementi jumped to his death from the George Washington Bridge. Tyler's parents, Jane and Joe Clementi, and his brother, James, soon learned that he has been the victim of cyber-bullying. They have since launched the Tyler Clementi Foundation, and tell Erin Moriarty of "48 Hours" of a new initiative to end bullying.
Richard Matt and David Sweat, now subject of an intense manhunt, first to break out of maximum security part of N.Y. prison since 1865, officials say
We leave you this morning at High Falls State Park in Georgia.
American Pharoah wins the Belmont Stakes, and with it horse racing's most cherished prize, unclaimed in 37 years
Some had suggested changing the format for horse racing's top events, until Victor Espinoza and American Pharoah made it look easy
Puerto Rican boxing hero lands huge left hook in fourth round, sending challenger down in a heap; stage set for showdown with Canelo Alvarez
In this web exclusive, columnist and activist Dan Savage talks to Erin Moriarty about how the tragic suicide of a young man bullied by his peers led to an outpouring of Internet support for LGBT youths, through the creation of videos designed to impart the message, for those suffering from bullying, that "it gets better."
Jason Garrison scored a tiebreaking power-play goal with 11:11 remaining to lift the Lightning past the Blackhawks 4-3 and even the series