CBS News medical contributor Dr. Holly Phillips tells Elaine Quijano a new study finds one simple step could improve your sex life.
3/18: Gunmen storm museum in Tunisia, killing 19; Women face tough challenges for retirement savings
Gunmen stormed a museum in Tunis, Tunisia and killed at least 19 people, most of them European tourists; and, it's harder for women to save for retirement than it is for men, according to financial experts. For one, women live longer and tend to make less than men.
Parking disputes between neighbors are common, but they don't often get this nasty. A woman who lost her leg in an accident is speaking out about the cruel note a neighbor left on her car, calling her a "cry baby one leg."
The University of Virginia and state police are investigating after video surfaced of a student covered in blood as he was being arrested for intoxication outside of a liquor store by an alcohol beverage control agent.
According to court documents, Target has agreed to pay $10 million to settle a class action lawsuit over a massive 2013 data breach. 40 million credit and debit cards were compromised after shoppers used them at Target stores during the busy holiday shopping season.
Information was stolen from as many as 40 million credit and debit cards used at Target stores during the 2013 holiday shopping season
Think you got it rough? Find out which U.S. cities work the longest each week, based on hours on the job and commuting time.
The host of a live C-SPAN call in program got pranked by a caller who followed the lyrical format of a particularly popular sitcom's theme song.
It's harder for women to save for retirement than it is for men, according to financial experts. For one, women live longer and tend to make less than men. As Anthony Mason reports, the disadvantage means women face more pressure to start saving at an early age.
Police in Japan are investigating phone calls threatening the life of U.S. Ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy. Reports of threats came hours before First Lady Michelle Obama arrived in Tokyo. Seth Doane reports.
“It's about developing kids to be great future citizens,” says Lynn Kelley, the woman who started the jump rope group the Firecrackers 20 years ago. The young girls from South Lebanon, Ohio now perform in front of large crowds across the country, learning important life lessons along the way. Adriana Diaz reports.
A Penn State student who attended parties at Kappa Delta Rho says the fraternity had a culture of encouraging people to drink regardless of whether they could handle it or not. According to police, the fraternity posted photos of naked women with comments boasting about sexual exploits. Vinita Nair reports from Penn State University.
Parachute malfunctioned during jump, officials say
Fraternity accused of posting nude photos on Facebook encouraged "everyone to drink, whether you seemed like you could handle it or not," woman says
A Mass. law enforcement officer told a jury about the discovery of materials intended to do even more damage after the Boston Marathon attack
Official sees no signs of a break-in at warehouse where coveted barrels of whiskey "wandered off"
Starbucks announced it will begin a mobile delivery service, with the first rollout targeted to private homes in Seattle and some buildings in New York City, including the Empire State Building.
Robert Durst had a fake ID, tens of thousands of dollars in cash and a mask when he was arrested in the 2000 murder of his friend, affidavit says
Kappa Delta Rho members could be expelled from Penn State for Facebook page with women's nude photos, university president Eric Barron says
A court security officer allowed Aaron Hernandez's mother to kiss her son's hand in the courtroom, which drew complaints from the family of the man he's accused of killing