Online petition platform Change.org has exploded 10-fold in just three years. The website's founder and CEO, Ben Rattray, joins CBSN with more on what contributed to its massive growth.
Mississippi school district superintendent wants to lay down the law after high school ceremony's spectators show their support
Oklahoma City high school under fire for video showing students moving dead felines in synchronized form to well-known jingle
Houston police believe Amanda Baird's 4-year-old may have witnessed the murder
Firefighters doused a swarm of bees with foam at Pasadena High School in California after dozens of people were possibly stung during a middle school's graduation ceremony. Four people needed the paramedics, but no one needed hospitalization.
Della Curry, an elementary school cafeteria worker in Colorado, says she was let go Friday for handing out free meals to kids who couldn't pay. But now the school says it has documented numerous incidents that resulted in her firing. Gayle King reports.
Attorneys for Ingmar Guandique, who was convicted in 2010 of killing D.C. intern, say a key witness gave false testimony
Father describes how two girls fought exhaustion to survive a boating accident that claimed four lives
"This guy would be dead today," rescue pilot says after 58-year-old spent three days without food or water in steep terrain
At least 4 injured after hive got spooked by hundreds of people at graduation ceremony in Pasadena
Colorado school district says Della Curry's firing had nothing to do with giving away food to hungry students who couldn't pay
The Air Force is using the “F-35 Lightning Two” jet in exercises. The project faced a host of problems, but after two decades, the aircraft is finally being delivered for service, and pilots are stepping up training with simulators. Air Force Maj. Joshua Arki gives Charlie Rose a first-hand look at the capabilities of the U.S. military's most advanced and most expensive plane.
In the midst of California’s historic drought, cities and towns are looking for any source of water they can find. That includes a water recycling process some call “toilet to tap.” Ben Tracy reports.
Alleged Boston terror plotters intended to carry out ISIS-style beheading, perhaps of controversial critic of Islam
A 4,000 sq. foot house in a quiet gated Texas community is causing quite a stir, and now it's at the center of a lawsuit. Neighbors say the single family home doubles as a swingers club on the weekends. Vinita Nair reports on the details of the case.
Unsealed documents reveal new details about the evidence in the Washington, D.C. quadruple murder. Police are examining cell phone records relating to the deaths of Savvas Savopoulos, his wife, son and housekeeper. Wyatt Andrews reports at the crime scene with the renewed focus on the businessman’s assistant.
New information has been uncovered about the intentions of Usaama Rahim, the terror suspect who was shot and killed by Boston police. Rahim allegedly wanted to attack police officers, but sources have told CBS News that his original target may have been Pamela Geller, the outspoken critic of Islam who organized the art exhibit and protest outside Dallas that was attacked by two Muslim men last month. Jeff Pegues reports.
The FBI arrested David Wright hours after Usaama Rahim was shot. Authorities say the two exchanged phone calls and that Wright urged Rahim to destroy his smartphone and computer. Jim Axelrod reports from Boston.
Smart's lover, William Flynn, served almost 25 years for shooting her husband to death in what prosecutors said was plot she hatched
It's been 37 years since a horse won the elusive Triple Crown, taking all 3 major U.S. races, but trainer Bob Baffert believes his steed could make history