"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead
In court filings, the FBI said there is a strong resemblance between photos of the John Doe and former State Department diplomat William Bradford "Brad" Bishop Jr.
The case against Stephen Howells and Nicole Vaisey now involves 6 children
Prosecutors say one of the two victims remains in critical condition and may be partially paralyzed
ACLU report says 63 percent of "civilian-police encounters" involved blacks, who make up one quarter of city's population
Family of 13-year-old Jahi McMath seeking unprecedented order declaring her to be alive after being declared brain dead
High school students received words of wisdom from fashion powerhouses including Anna Wintour and Jason Wu
American fighting for jihadist group in Syria tells why he's doing it; new allegations on old Secret Service scandal; Mitt Romney do-over in store?
Hardin, Montana once even offered to take in suspected terrorists from Gitmo for its then-empty $27M facility
He's the most sought after Republican on the campaign trail, headlining 44 events this year, and polls confirm the former Massachusetts Governor is having a moment
The go-slow intro is being touted by sellers in Colorado and Washington state, where the recreational stuff is legal -- here's why
Police say an off-duty officer "attempted a pedestrian check when suspect fled on foot"
In a tweet posted multiple times, mother of Peter Kassig begs for news of her son's fate
Accuser says Sanford Rubenstein raped her at his Manhattan apartment following a 60th birthday party for the Rev. Al Sharpton
New Jersey football coach was attacked by a player's dad after a game last weekend after parent said coach "took an aggressive stance"
Investigators say Eric Frein described how he opened fire on two state troopers - watching one of his victims fall "still and quiet"
Police say victims were two adults and two children, won't say if they are looking for a suspect
Another person critically injured after bees emerged from attic of a home
CBS News visits a mock Ebola treatment unit similar to 17 clinics the U.S. is building in West Africa
"We thought that because he was in America, he was safe, that he would be the one Liberian to survive," says friend