Suspended star running back submits formal complaint about league's position regarding his child abuse accusations
Dr. Martin Salia, who was diagnosed with Ebola on Monday, is "extremely ill" and worse the previously successfully treated patients
Mississippi St.'s dream season ran may have run aground in Tuscaloosa; Florida St., TCU and Ohio St. survive; highlights from all top 25 CFB teams
The second enrollment period for people to sign up for federally mandated health insurance has begun. But as Kristine Johnson reports, the law remains highly controversial and is still fighting an uphill battle for acceptance with the American public; and, seven weeks after 43 college students disappeared, protests continue in Mexico over their apparent murder. As Manuel Bojorquez reports, what began as a spontaneous demonstration is becoming a movement of young people fighting political corruption and a culture of fear.
Former president says Democrats lacked national message: "The people who were against us felt more strongly than the people who were for us"
Four workers were killed and another was hospitalized when they were exposed to hazardous chemicals Saturday morning at a DuPont plant in La Porte, Texas.
After a troubled roll out last year, Healthcare.gov appears to be running relatively smoothly as second enrollment period starts
Workers at DuPont plant exposed to a hazardous chemical used to make insecticides and fungicides; fifth person hospitalized
During an interview Saturday, Cosby would only shake his head in response to questions about the allegations
Despite USDA approval, McDonald's says it won't use genetically modified potatoes developed by longtime business partner J.R. Simplot Co.
U.Va. student's remains were found last month after she went missing in September near campus
"I firmly believe it was a calling and God wanted me to," Dr. Martin Salia, who arrived in U.S. for treatment Saturday, says in video
Jasmine Baker located in Raleigh, N.C., with a man now being questioned by federal agents
Dr. Martin Salia, a surgeon who was infected with Ebola in Sierra Leone, was scheduled to arrive in the U.S. on Saturday for treatment. In this video, from United Methodist Communications, Salia explains why he decided to volunteer to fight the deadly virus in Africa.
A look at just some of the lively, goofy and downright weird school mascots
For some cities, a decision in the racially charged case will reignite debates over local police relations with minority communities
Enrollment will be open for the next three months, giving Americans a second chance to register for federal health insurance
Self-help gurus like Dr. Wayne Dyer and Josh Shipp are the stars of a speaking industry attracting a growing number who think they have what it takes to motivate
Law enforcement officers can confiscate property without charging anyone with a crime. $4.3 billion worth of assets were seized by police in 2012, more than 10 times the number in 2001. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning Saturday to weigh in.
Temperatures continue to plunge across the country. Meteorologist Ed Curran of CBS's Chicago station WBBM has the forecast.