Lawyers for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev say they need more time to evaluate "massive amount" of evidence and explore possible mitigating factors
Roller skating is making a comeback; 14 new rinks have opened across the country in the past year with a new twist on the classic four-wheel fad. CBS News' Colby Thelen reports.
She started with a little dough, and ended up with more than one person could ever need
Malachi Wilson missed his first day of kindergarten because his hair was deemed too long. His family had to provide proof that he is Native American and that having long hair is part of their spiritual beliefs. He's back in school, but his mother isn't satisfied.
Federal judge has thrown out law that would have banned procedure at majority of facilities statewide
Battalion was decorated for extensive combat in WWII and Vietnam; earned grim nickname from high rate of casualties in Vietnam
"Pancho" the 300-pound croc was a neighborhood legend and some area residents are saddened by his death
U.S. military operations in Iraq, including airstrikes and surveillance flights, have cost about $560 million since mid-June
Thousands of spectators flocked to Newport Beach to watch surfers catch big waves on the now world-famous "Wedge." Louisa Hodge of KCBS reports.
Wild waves are still pounding the Southern California coast. In Malibu, the old lifeguard headquarters shack has been destroyed.
The best shots (photos, not volleys) from the first week of the 2014 U.S. Open
Three-time NASCAR champion speaks for first time since his car struck and killed fellow driver during a sprint-car race in New York
The Wildlife Center of Virginia, a leading teaching and research hospital for native wildlife released a young Bald Eagle Thursday at Claytor Lake State Park. Crowds cheered on as Clark from the Wildlife Center in Virginia taught everyone a thing or two before letting the bird back into the wild.
Evelyn Howard needed a page from a battered family Bible to get voter registration approval
Two private companies have donated dozens of body cameras to the Ferguson, Missouri Police Department. Officers are being trained to use and wear the cameras amid increased attention on police use of force in the wake of the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
New technology being implemented amid increased attention on police use of force in the wake of Michael Brown's fatal shooting
The world's tennis stars take to the court during America's premier tennis competition
Daughter of Charles Vacca, who was accidentally killed by girl at Arizona shooting range, says she plans to write a letter to the child's family
Military says rescuers found evidence that the pilot did not eject before jet crashed in remote Virginia mountains
Some parents have asked whether their child's placement with a West African roommate should give them reason to worry