Traditional medicine can do wonders when it comes to saving lives. But when it comes to making those lives worth living, sometimes patients need a little more. Steve Hartman reports.
Jan Crawford explores a unique folk art tradition going back 100 years - once seen on nearly every row house in the working class neighborhoods of Baltimore, Md. - as artists today once again embrace the tradition of painted window screens, an authentic connection to the city's past.
There are currently about 40 million Americans over the age of 65, and those over 80 are the fastest-growing segment of our population. Rita Braver reports on a group of seniors who have banded together and found a way to make their golden years not just affordable, but truly "golden."
Police said a search team seeking clues for a missing 18-year-old college student found human remains while combing an abandoned property just outside of Charlottesville, Va. Officials cautioned against jumping to conclusions, but they called the find a significant development. Julianna Goldman reports.
Riot police, tear gas, and numerous injuries and arrests follow Keene State College fall festival after "people just got too drunk"
Offensive pass interference penalty may make the difference in college football playoff picture; Ole Miss cruises; Kansas State surprises; top 25 team roundup
The storm will miss the islands by more than 100 miles, but flash-flood warnings were issued and a tropical storm watch is still in effect
A two-week meeting of 200 bishops has revealed a deep split over the direction Pope Francis wants to take the Roman Catholic Church. The assembly had considered language in a document to be issued at the conclusion that would welcome gays as well as Catholics who had been divorced and remarried and wanted to be able to take Communion again; and, six-year-old Noah Wilson lives near Kansas City, Missouri, and will be watching his favorite team, the Royals, at Game 2 of the World Series. He couldn’t be more excited. As Jim Axelrod explains, Noah could use a little lift. In April, he was diagnosed with a rare bone cancer and has been undergoing treatment ever since.
The blaze took the lives of a new bride, her children and her paralyzed father-in-law
No one outside the Dallas hospital has tested positive in the U.S., yet fears about the virus have reached a fever pitch
University of Virginia student has been missing since mid-September
A glance at the stories stemming from the new U.S. cases and news from overseas
Three staffers at Massachusetts facility fired after 20-month-old was allegedly hanged from a doorknob by his shirt
Florida man wanted big changes for his family, but authorities say he instead reached for a gun after arguing with his wife
Alleged plot uncovered when witness learned "hit" had been put out on him
CBS News senior medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook on the facts, and the "illogical panic," about the outbreak and how to deal with it
Officials' response in monitoring, limiting movement of health workers has been one of the critical blunders in the crisis
The former player holds many major league records, but was banned from baseball for life for gambling on games as a manager
Judann Pollack, deputy editor of Ad Age, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss who is getting in on the craft soda game.
One appeals court says parents should be held accountable for what their children post online. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman sorts out that that could mean.