A giant ancient ape seems to have gone extinct after its favorite fruit became scarce
At CES 2016, virtual reality goes to the next level with the HTC Vive
Two deputy city marshals in Louisiana are charged with second-degree murder in the fatal shooting of a boy with autism
Declaration comes same day federal officials confirmed they're investigating high lead levels in city's water supply
Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump denies Samuel L. Jackson's claim he cheated during a golf game
William Porter plans to invoke Fifth Amendment in trials of two other Baltimore cops for Freddie Gray's death, his lawyers say
Ron Clark may be the subject of a viral dancing video -- but it's what he's done to make the video possible that's worth busting a move over
As El Nino drenches California, the Los Angeles river is rising at an alarming rate
Last year, a CBS News investigation discovered a compounding pharmacy outside of Dallas, Texas, sent people millions of dollars in medications they didn't order
After an online petition was signed by more than 500,000 people, Britain's Parliament will discuss whether to ban presidential hopeful Donald Trump from entering the U.K.
A Netflix documentary about Steven Avery, a man serving a prison sentence for murder, has stirred viewers who believe the man was wrongfully convicted
With just under four weeks until the Iowa caucuses and five weeks to the New Hampshire primaries, Republican candidates are battling for the first votes of the 2016 election season.
Communities that were dealing with wildfires and drought are now being covered under mudslides as storms brought on by El Nino pummel the West Coast
It could be two weeks until flooded areas are dry again, but the Mississippi River is finally returning to its banks
Twitter has a proposed feature that will expand its tweet limit to 10,000 characters
As President Obama spoke Tuesday on gun violence, he mentioned a teen who gave up his life to save his friends when they were caught in gunfire in Knoxville, Tennessee.
After President Obama released his gun plans on Tuesday, several Republicans vying for the White House denounced the executive actions
In an emotional appeal, President Obama called his executive actions "common sense steps" that respect the 2nd Amendment
23 Illinois counties declared disaster areas from deadly floods -- and it could be weeks before the water is gone
Last year, CBS News discovered that Downing Labs sent millions of dollars in medications to patients who didn't order them