Army Maj. Scott Smiley lost his sight to a roadside bomb in 2005, but it hasn't stopped him taking on new challenges
Army Major Scott Smiley was blinded in Iraq in 2005 but that did not stop him in the epic Ironman challenge. Carter Evans reports.
Convicted murderer Kristopher McNeil allegedly had help from an insider busting out of prison, but he wasn't free for long
As the search for a convicted killer continues, police charged a kitchen worker with helping him flee
New York City's Gay Pride Parade held every year on June 28th to commemorate the Stonewall riots celebrated the legalization of same-sex marriage in all 50 states
Cleveland native Lebron James has opted out of his $21.6 million contract with the Cavaliers. CBSN's David Begnaud has the latest.
Several cities held LGBT pride events which were lifted by the Supreme Court's historic decision on same-sex marriage
Police say the operator of the boat lost control, striking onlookers who were near the race course
Sgt. Jay Cook - hailed a hero by the governor - is a 21-year-veteran who was by himself when he spotted fugitive killer
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and law enforcement officers hold a press conference discussing the end of the 23-day upstate New York manhunt. Richard Matt was killed Friday, David Sweat was apprehended Sunday afternoon.
Early reports say the passengers were killed, but the occupants of the home escaped, police say
Only two days after SCOTUS legalized same-sex marriage, a couple tied the knot at a landmark in the fight for gay rights. The Stonewall Inn is often recognized as the birth place of the fight for gay rights. Elaine Quijano reports.
A teenage boy was bitten by a shark off North Carolina's Outer Banks. This is the sixth shark attack in a month, which is unusual for a state that normally sees only three attacks per year. Don Dahler reports.
In 1969, patrons of a New York speakeasy fought back against a police raid, and their actions started a new push for human rights
Former Confederate Generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson have been immortalized in stained glass in important national church
David Sweat was shot and captured by authorities about 48 hours after police shot and killed the fellow prisoner he teamed with for a daring prison escape. Sweat and Richard Matt were on the loose for over three weeks. CBS News correspondent Ann Werner has the latest report on how the dramatic pursuit of two escaped killers came to an end.
Convicted murderer David Sweat has been apprehended after breaking out of Clinton Correctional Facility in upsate New York. CBS News correspondent Anna Werner has the latest from the scene.
After three weeks on the run, convicted murderer David Sweat has been shot and apprehended by police. CBS News investigative correspondent Pat Milton joined CBSN with some of the details.
The New York State Police report that they have captured David Sweat. The massive manhunt for the escaped fugitives has been ongoing for over three weeks.
David Sweat survived on the lam longer than now-deceased partner Richard Matt, but massive manhunt succeeds in the end