Amy Van Dyken-Rouen, a six-time Olympic gold medalist in swimming, is learning how to walk again. Last June, she crashed in her all-terrain vehicle and severed her spine, an injury once considered irreversible. On Friday, Van Dyken-Rouen posted video of herself taking steps with the help of crutches. Charlie Rose reports.
In a court decision on Thursday, a jury ruled that Chrysler must pay nearly $150 million to a family whose 4-year-old boy was killed when a Jeep Grand Cherokee burst into flames. Jeff Pegues talked to the boy's family.
The U.S. Coast Guard rescued Louis Jordan Thursday off the coast of North Carolina, months after his family reported him missing. While details of Jordan's time at sea are unclear, he says he survived the capsizing of his boat by drinking rainwater and eating raw fish. Julianna Goldman reports.
A Pentagon program called SkillBridge is helping members of the military get trained in areas that will land them guaranteed jobs. The skills taught range from IT to precision welding. Wyatt Andrews reports.
Friday's job report yielded weaker than expected numbers for March. One economist says the winter may have played a role in the slowdown of hiring. Anthony Mason met one teen entrepreneur whose app hopes to help his fellow teens land work.
The threat of tornadoes loomed over the country's midsection Friday in what's been a slow start to tornado season. As Manuel Bojorquez reports, forecasters say the frequency will soon pick up.
Tired of seeing his fellow teens struggle to get work in a tight job market, this 17-year-old is doing something about it
The shortest full eclipse of the century will also be an exceptionally long partial eclipse, which is good news for skywatchers
Tiger Woods, who hasn't played since Feb. 5, says he will play in the 2015 Masters. In a statement on his website Woods said, "It's obviously very important to me, and I want to be there."
A hungry swine escaped into a Philadelphia Burger King parking lot, biting one patron on the foot before being caught by police. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Carter Evans take a look at the aftermath.
4-time winner at Augusta hasn't played a tournament since February
Two wives die in freak accidents 17 years apart and a husband is the only witness - is it a coincidence or something more sinister?
"It's a miracle that we're all alive," says one passenger
America's oldest team sport is now its fastest-growing team sport
A Pentagon program is expanding to help America's military men and women transition into jobs
A visit to the Bubbling Well Pet Memorial Park, a Napa Valley pet cemetery where thousands of animal companions have been laid to rest
For more than three decades Dr. Anthony Fauci has rallied the government when sickness becomes a public health crisis
The rules for longer life go way beyond whole grains and veggies
Washington Atlee Burpee, born on April 5th, 1858, founded a mail-order seed company that took on new importance during World War II
"We don't know about how we've changed his life, but we know that he obviously changed ours," said one of the boys