Long before the violent acts committed by Ismaaiyl Brinsley took place, there was a history of troubles that led to the murders of two New York police officers
Havana says it has the right to grant asylum to U.S. fugitives, indicating it does not intend to send back Joanne Chesimard, American woman who killed NJ trooper
Authorities say ring involving hundreds of dogs has ties to West Virginia, North Carolina, New York and Maryland
After five and a half months, the cadets have earned their second chance at life
In the wake of the deadly shooting of two police officers, former NYPD Commissioner Howard Safir wrote an op-ed in Time Magazine. He joins "CBSN" and says the ongoing anti-police rhetoric is the worst he's seen in 45 years.
Nineteen people were named in December as winners of the Carnegie Medal for life saving acts
Colo, a Western lowland gorilla, is celebrating with cake made of peanut butter, applesauce, honey, carrots and Greek yogurt
After visiting families of slain police officers, mayor says New Yorkers should thank and console officers on the street
A volunteer coach whose Ohio house was the scene of a party that preceded the rape of a girl by two high school football players is now facing more time in jail
As 2014 nears its end, we look back at the year's more memorable "On The Road" stories
Assata Shakur -- aka Joanne Chesimard -- was convicted of killing a New Jersey state trooper in 1973 and was granted asylum by Fidel Castro
Boxing legend was admitted to undisclosed hospital with pneumonia during the weekend
Prosecutors said they expect jury selection to take about 10 days and they plan to call about 45 witnesses at the former NFL star's murder trial
Commissioner William Bratton discusses uneasy atmosphere in police force after deadly ambush in Brooklyn
Kelly, the former Clemson quarterback who announced last week he made a verbal commitment to play at Ole Miss, was arrested early Sunday morning after allegedly punching a bouncer
Lawyers for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev draw parallels to Timothy McVeigh in bid to move trial out of Massachusetts
Dontre Hamilton, a black man, was shot 14 times by Christopher Manney, a white police officer who was fired after the incident
Colorado braces for lots of snow; Gulf Coast could see hail and damaging wind; airport delays possible along Eastern Seaboard
The Memphis Grizzlies are showing their softer side for the holidays. The team spread some cheer for "personnel intern" Brendon Henderson by replacing his stolen car. Veteran guard Vince Carter handed over the keys, saying, "It's the holiday season of giving, and that's what we wanted to do." Vinita Nair reports.
The U.S. is home to more than 40,000 Chinese restaurants, but what's in your local take-out order bears little resemblance to the many types of cuisine in China. Now, two Americans are taking American-style Chinese east to China. Seth Doane reports.