The proposal comes two years after legislation was passed giving the state one of the highest rates in the nation
After protests, officials at the University of Hawaii have made plans to decommision some of the telescopes on Mauna Kea
Netflix is testing advertising on its original content for XBox users. CBSN's Kristine Johnson has what this may mean for customers in the future.
Officials with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol said the man grabbed a trooper and knocked him down before he was shot
The month of May brought persistent floods to Texas and an unrelenting heat wave to India. On Monday, researchers from Rutgers University published an explanation for the repeating weather patterns; Earthquake disaster flick "San Andreas" grossed $53.2 million during its opening weekend despite predictions that people in earthquake-prone areas wouldn't go see it.
The Olympian and reality TV star formerly known as "Bruce" debuted on the cover of Vanity Fair as "Caitlyn Jenner". Entertainment Tonight correspondent Nischelle Turner has the latest reaction from her family and fans.
In a videotaped conversation with a psychiatrist, James Holmes said he believes he increased his self-worth by committing the shootings
Earthquake disaster flick "San Andreas" grossed $53.2 million during its opening weekend despite predictions that people in earthquake-prone areas wouldn't go see it. CBS News correspondent John Blackstone spoke with a seismologist to see what was real in the movie and what was fake.
In 95 percent of trials, undercover agents were able to smuggle fake explosives and banned weapons past airport security checkpoints. Jeff Pegues reports.
Caitlyn Jenner, formerly Bruce Jenner, captivated the internet Monday after a photo of her "Vanity Fair" cover was released. Michelle Miller reports on the social impact Jenner's outing is having.
Authorities in Colorado have made a link between two seemingly random shootings that occurred weeks apart. As Barry Petersen reports, investigators are considering the possibility the killings are the works of a serial sniper.
The U.S. Senate failed to reauthorize provisions of the U.S. Patriot Act that allow for the bulk collection of U.S. phone records. While some members of Congress see the collection as a necessary tool to fight terrorism, others call it an invasion of privacy. Nancy Cordes reports.
Lucy Jones explains what you should and shouldn't believe from the earthquake disaster film
Climatologists believe they have an explanation for why the current global weather pattern seems to be prone to repetition
A "48 Hours" interview with the wife of a millionaire shot dead turns the case upside down. Is there more to the story of what happened? Peter Van Sant has an update Tuesday, June 2 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS
New numbers from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons show more people are turning to plastic surgery after losing a lot of weight. Marlie Hall has details.
It's rare, but cats can spread bacteria to people and cause serious illness. Janese Walters of Toledo, Ohio, says she wishes she had known these dangers before she went blind in one eye. WTOL's Andrew Kinsey reports.
Up to 20 percent of your electric bill is going to power things like cable boxes, TVs, computers and gaming consoles. All those electronics use a lot of electricity -- even when they're off. CBS News' Julie Watts found some clever ways to save.
School is reinstating football program six months after controversial decision to cut sport because of cost
MLS player Dom Dwyer joined CBSN to discuss the corruption scandal plaguing FIFA and the sport's growing popularity in the U.S.