What began as a diet has exploded into a retro way of life that puts followers the path of our ancient predecessors, in a primal quest for health
The air bags being recalled can explode with too much force and send shards of metal into the passenger compartment
Pentagon plans expanded outreach to veterans who may have been exposed and need medical care
Robin Raphel, the former Ambassador to Tunisia and recent senior adviser on Pakistan, is part of a counterintelligence probe
NYPD says so-called "lone wolf" attacks are hard to detect in advance when "the conspiracy to commit a terrorist act is a conspiracy of one"
Kevin Frazier of Entertainment Tonight joins Jeff Glor to discuss "Star Wars VII :The Force Awakens."
The malware, named WireLurker, infects Apple OS X operating systems and then downloads applications onto iPhones that connect to those computers via USB.That means hundreds of thousands of users could be attack victims. Dan Ackerman bring us the story.
A typhoon in the Bering Sea has set conditions in motion to send a blast of polar air into the heart of America. Wind chills could reach deep into the 20s and deep into the south; and, even after he was wounded at the Battle of Gettysburg, 22-year-old Alonzo Cummings moved his command deeper into the battle, helping to turn the tide of the entire war.
The U.S. military Thursday revised a regulation to remove some outdated language many African Americans find offensive
A blast of polar air is about to send temperatures plunging in the heart of America, thanks to an invasion from the north
First Lt. Alonzo Cushing died for his country during Pickett's Charge at the Battle of Gettysburg
Republicans are outlining their plans for the next two years in Washington. While President Obama said he will work to find a middle ground, he won't be fundamentally changing his priorities. CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes has the latest.
First setback for same-sex advocates after a string of court victories; ruling sets up a potential U.S. Supreme Court battle over the issue
Second wife of Harold Henthorn went over a cliff at Rocky Mountain National Park in 2012; he's still being investigated in the death of his first wife in 1995
"Chef Arnold" returns to serve more food at public park despite being charged with violating new law in Fort Lauderdale
1st Lt. Alonzo Cushing helped turn the tide of the Civil War
Replica of George Washington's home, command center during Revolutionary War displayed as part of commemoration for 1781 battle
Police in Hawaii say sentencing could increase while an emergency declaration is in effect on Big Island
Agency announces familiar characters from classic holiday special celebrating big anniversary to appear on stamps
Kathryn McDonough will remain in prison for her role in the 2012 murder of University of New Hampshire student Lizzi Marriott