Dietary supplements are a $40 billion a year industry in the United States, but a new report has found serious health risks with the products. Dr. Tara Narula explains.
Tim Kaine officially steps into the spotlight at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday night. In a "60 Minutes" interview alongside running mate Hillary Clinton, he discussed what he brings to the table to help the ticket win in November.
Following Donald Trump's apparent call for Russia to locate Hillary Clinton's missing emails, her campaign hit right back. The Clinton campaign immediately accused Trump of both encouraging Russian espionage against America and threatening national security. Nancy Cordes reports.
A look at the ways -- some of them illegal -- lottery winners have used their winnings
On Wednesday, Donald Trump called on Russia to "find the 30,000 emails that are missing" from Hillary Clinton's email server. Critics were quick to say his remarks call on the foreign power to cyberspy on Trump's rival for the presidency. Major Garrett has more.
Criminal charges have been dropped for the remaining Baltimore officers in the death of Freddie Gray. Gray's neck was mysteriously broken in a police van. After four trials and no convictions, the prosecutor conceded it would be impossible to convict any of the cops. Jeff Pegues reports from Baltimore.
A federal judge has ruled that John Hinckley Jr., the man who shot President Reagan, will be allowed to leave a mental hospital and live full time with his mother. Chip Reid reports.
CBS News contributor Frank Luntz, CBSN political contributor Leslie Sanchez, and Democratic strategist Lynda Tran join CBSN to discuss Donald Trump's motive in encouraging Russia to hack Hillary Clinton's email. The Clinton campaign has said the GOP nominee is "encouraging espionage."
Homeowner in Minnesota was in for a big surprise when he looked at his backyard during a hot summer day
Tim Kaine is best known as the senator and former governor of Virginia, but was he born there?
Shark sightings have prompted authorities to temporarily close popular beaches in New England, New York and elsewhere this month
New York City's Bronx Zoo is now exhibiting the chick, who hatched in May
Philadelphia officer's posts got more than 260,000 views within the first three days of the Democratic convention
Car accidents. Alleged stick-ups. And much, much worse. If you're playing the world's most addictive mobile game, here's what you should know
Two-year-old German Shepherd was taken in by the MSPCA after he became trapped in his tether and chewed off his right rear foot to escape
The woman publicly standing by Tim Kaine's side these days is often Hillary Clinton, but her VP nominee has a woman by his side in his private life
Performers take to the skies to exchange vows, rings during high-wire wedding
He didn't win the Democratic nomination, and some of his supporters are furious.
Former Vermont govenor Howard Dean revisited the famous scream from his 2004 presidential campaign. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers has more.
Donald Trump slammed Hillary Clinton and President Obama during a news conference in Florida today, and suggested that Russian president Vladimir Putin has used the "N-word." Roll Call columnist Jon Allen, Democratic strategist Lis Smith, and Time political reporter Zeke Miller join CBSN to discuss.