It's rare, but cats can spread bacteria to people and cause serious illness. Janese Walters of Toledo, Ohio, says she wishes she had known these dangers before she went blind in one eye. WTOL's Andrew Kinsey reports.
Up to 20 percent of your electric bill is going to power things like cable boxes, TVs, computers and gaming consoles. All those electronics use a lot of electricity -- even when they're off. CBS News' Julie Watts found some clever ways to save.
School is reinstating football program six months after controversial decision to cut sport because of cost
MLS player Dom Dwyer joined CBSN to discuss the corruption scandal plaguing FIFA and the sport's growing popularity in the U.S.
17-year-old Michigan boy posing as gun-toting agent drives Dodge Charger to Ohio, where he crashed
Caitlyn Jenner, formerly Bruce Jenner, introduces herself in a newly released video from a Vanity Fair photo shoot. As CBSN's Meg Oliver and Vladimir Duthiers show us, Jenner will be on the next cover of the magazine.
Sen. Lindsey Graham officially became the ninth Republican to enter the presidential race. CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joins CBSN with an analysis of the 2016 GOP field so far.
Top U.S. court rules in social media threat case, but dodges broader free speech question. CBS Radio News' Barry Bagnato joins CBSN with the details.
The Department of Homeland Security found that there were many security gaps within the TSA's screening procedures. CBS News homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues joins CBSN with more.
Are "smart clothes" the next wearable technology fad? CNET's Dan Ackerman joins CBSN with details of Google's plans to bring touch screen capability to your next pair of jeans.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are expecting a second child. As CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Meg Oliver reports, people on Twitter already have a recommendation on what to name the baby.
When pricey Eagle Stadium opened in 2012, it revived argument about whether communities and schools have their priorities straight
Tony Gianunzio, 92, was a teenage pitching prospect when he joined the U.S. Coast Guard
Feds probing $20 million no-bid contract awarded to a training academy where Barbara Byrd-Bennett once worked as a consultant
Dozens killed in storms that began in Texas and Oklahoma over Memorial Day weekend; others still missing
Farm-to-table restaurants are popping up all over the country. Now, a pioneer is looking beyond her relentless mission to open the nation's first certified organic restaurant. Chip Reid shows us how Nora Pouillon wants to add to her already full plate.
The FBI now has sufficient evidence that links recent killing of bicyclist John Jacoby with the April shooting of Cori Romero. It is feared that they are dealing with a serial shooter on the interstate and are linking together other accounts from local motorist that have experienced their driver’s side or passengers side windows suddenly exploding. Jeff Glor reports.
There is no word yet on funeral arrangements for Vice President Joe Biden’s oldest son. The 46-year-old father of two was Delaware’s former attorney general, who was planning to run for governor. Major Garrett reports from the White House on this latest tragedy in the Biden family.
The NSA's bulk collection of Americans' phone records is in flux after an unusual Sunday Senate session
Three important sections of the Patriot Act are no longer part of the anti-terror law. The Senate failed to pass a bill extending the government's authority to collect phone information, track lone-wolf threats and follow suspects who change their phones. Republican senator and presidential candidate Rand Paul blocked a final Senate vote during a very unusual Sunday session. Nancy Cordes is on Capitol Hill, where the Senate is now moving to plan B.