Special plane carrying Writebol stops in Maine for refeuling; she's joining a doctor who also has Ebola at Emory University Hospital
Over six million bats have died from white-nose syndrome since 2007; effects on farmers may be devastating
Ebola outbreak may be much worse than thought; Gaza truce holding, for now; and the Tea Party's last stand for this go-round
But is using the technology to take wedding photos flying in the face of the law?
Hundreds threatened, several destroyed, evacuations underway in Northern California, Oregon and Washington
Judge says Arias, who was convicted of murder in brutal death of her ex-boyfriend, can act as her own lawyer in penalty phase
Number of homes "likely lost" after mountain mudslides; one man died after car was swept into creek
Sgt. Matt Krumweide has spent the last two years recovering from injuries he sustained while fighting in Afghanistan
In groundbreaking legal settlement, Corps agrees to pay $143,000 and reveal amount of pollutants its damns are sending into waterways
Suspected Windy City thief has robbed at least two people in wheelchairs using physical force
Doctors say patient who recently traveled to West Africa is undergoing tests and is isolated at hospital, but "odds are" he doesn't have the virus
The water supply for Toledo, Ohio and southern Monroe County, Mich. was declared unsafe to drink or bathe in for two days as algae blooms spread in Lake Erie
43 million-year-old monolith used by Washington state Salish tribe for refuge and spiritual renewals
Police caught the 150-pound tortoise named Clark found ambling around Saturday even though he "did try to make a run for it"
2013 Ala. law required abortion doctors to have hospital admitting privileges; pro-choice advocates in Texas fighting similar impediments
Former White House Press Secretary James Brady has died at the age of 73
Bethany McKee is one of four young adults - two men, two women - accused in 2013 strangulation double murder
Woman, 62, and foster daughter, 10, were murdered, say police in Long Branch, N.J.
More than 20 people were rushed to the hospital for apparent drug overdoses during the Mad Decent Block Party Music Festival in Maryland. Two young men have died after attending the all-day concert. WJZ's Tracy Leong reports.
After thunderstorms and heavy rain, mudslides popped up in the San Diego area. CBS affiliate KFMB in San Diego reports.