A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning."
More than 70 percent of Americans believe they will be better off financially in 2016
In one month, actual presidential voting will begin at the Iowa caucuses, and by the end of 2016, Americans will elect a new president
There are record-breaking floods along the Mississippi, Ohio and Arkansas Rivers
After routing Spartans 38-0, Crimson Tide will face undefeated Tigers in bid to win 4th national title in nine seasons under Nick Saban
Lawyers for comedian charged with sex crime are expected to try to gut the prosecution's case by a variety of means
Historic deluge has already damaged hundreds of homes and businesses and killed nearly two dozen people
An estimated one million people resolved to celebrate New Year's Eve with gusto and optimism, despite terror concerns and heavy security
The full episode of the CBS Evening News from the December 31, 2015 edition
For five-and-a-half months, CBS News followed a group of high school dropouts through a unique program run by the National Guard, called the Challenge Academy
Violent crime went up 20 percent and property crime went up 10 in the second largest city in America this year
Crime rose in the nation's second-largest city for the first time in 12 years, with violent crime up about 20 percent
While the Northeast goes through one of its warmest winters in recent memory, several businesses have seen their dream of a white Christmas turn into a nightmare
People in Missouri will finally see water from the Mississippi River start to recede following some of the worst flooding since the historic floods of 1993
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says Times Square will be 'the safest place in the world' when the clock strikes midnight on 2015
New Year's Eve celebrations went on as planned in Dubai despite a ferocious fire raging at a 63-floor hotel not far from where fireworks were being shot off.
Preview: It may seem like a stretch that years of meditation made the difference between life and death in a devastating plane crash, but as Mo Rocca finds out, it's a proposition that's being taken more seriously than ever before
The women, known as WASPs, served in a special unit called Women Airforce Service Pilots. They flew noncombat missions to free up male pilots for combat.
Lawyers for Dynel Lane, accused of attacking a pregnant woman and cutting her unborn baby out of her womb, wanted a different venue for her trial
A Las Vegas police spokesman said the bacon was wrapped on the door knobs, and was also found on the ground and fences