Across the country, opioid deaths -- whether caused by pain pills or heroin -- jumped 372 percent from 2000 to 2014
For almost 30 years, Lucy Jones has been famous in California as a USGS seismologist nicknamed "Earthquake Lady"
American Airlines co-pilot John Maguire registered .081 percent on a breath test Saturday morning, records show; limit for a pilot is .04
League makes veiled threat of legal action over story that called concussion research flawed; paper stands by report
With just seconds left and down by one point, a middle school basketball team from Kansas is literally left stuck with a heartbreaking result
This documentary looks at how spirituality is evolving in our culture and what it means for religious institutions
State's top lawyer says he won't defend controversial law laying out rules for transgender bathroom use against a federal challenge from gay rights activists
Woman with breast cancer goes from nervous to confused to elated during doctor's visit
Complaint says woman miscarried in Florida hospital bathroom, and employee came in and flushed the remains down the toilet
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary were shot by a young man trying to impress Jodie Foster on March 30, 1981
25-hour standoff in downtown Seattle was "an incalculable waste of time and services," authorities say
FBI analyzing whether hack on MedStar Health hospitals similar to California attack where officials were forced to pay a ransom
Last time the plant had an unplanned shutdown was in November 2009, when there was a hydraulic fluid leak
Harrison Fast from Boulder, Colorado, was speed flying on the Jungfrau mountain in the Bernese Alps when he disappeared
The State Department also warns U.S. citizens to avoid travel to southeastern Turkey, particularly near the Syrian border
Engberg appeared on the "CBS Evening News" for 26 years and is best remembered for his original series "Reality Check"
The average American girl starts having sex at 17, but talking to kids about the birds and the bees can be confusing for adults and children
For Kim Vaillancourt, 36 and a mom of 5 already, the question of protecting the baby came down to this: "The baby saved me. Now it's my turn to save him"
Twenty-five-year-old James Howard tried to buy a rifle last week, but the store owner refused to sell it to him
The former Malcolm Little lived with his sister's family in Boston in the 1940s as a teenager