An American soldier changes the life of his Iraqi translator; but there is still much more to be told to their story
The jury voted 7-5 Thursday on the sentence for Desmonte Leonard, 24, a Montgomery, Alabama native convicted in the shooting deaths of 3 ex-Auburn football players
Authorities: 18-year-old had loaded rifle, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, large hunting knives, swords, hatchets and crossbows
An ornate bronze box locked since 1914 on Wall Street has been opened. Historians say the capsule was a way for members of the lower Wall Street businessmen's association to solidify their place in history as merchants, philanthropists, and descendants of revolutionaries. WCBS-TV's Elise Finch reports.
The Bostonian Society has opened a 1901 time capsule that had been hidden inside the head of a lion statue. What they found was an unexpected historical treasure.
Deputy who went inside Ebola victim's apartment hospitalized Wednesday after falling ill
Mohammed Hamzah Khan's lawyer addresses accusations that 19-year-old American was trying to join ISIS militants in Syria
Justice Anthony Kennedy's order spawned confusion among state officials and disappointment in couples hoping to be wed
Survivors reunited with clothing, badges and weapons plucked from the mud and blood following notorious 1971 prison uprising
Family and friends of captive American Abdul-Rahman Kassig held a prayer vigil Wednesday in his hometown on Indianapolis. Kassig, formerly known as Peter, was taken prisoner by ISIS in Syria while volunteering as an aid worker. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Thousands expected for series of protests, two months after police shooting of Michael Brown
Former NYC mayor says Manuel Noriega wants to "make a mockery of the U.S. legal system and attack our right to free speech"
Historians who opened century-old copper box that been hidden in the head of a lion statue atop a building got a small surprise
Asked about police claims that young man fired three shots, mother says, "Police lie. They lied about Michael Brown, too"
Former Baltimore Ravens running back's appeal of indefinite suspension heading to arbitration led by former federal judge
Authorities believe two children and two adults found dead in a Richmond home were shot and killed in a murder-suicide
"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