Police say a man and woman in a romantic relationship are dead after a shooting at a medical office building in Fresno
"They come into us about 20 pounds...they should be closer to 60 or 70 pounds," says a veterinarian
An Ohio company is using new surveillance technology to investigate crimes; the CEO plans on taking it global
An American surveillance company in Dayton, Ohio is using high-powered cameras and man-powered planes to track criminals from above. Their high-flying crime-fighting technique has some worried about privacy rights.
The former "NCIS" star returns to CBS in miniseries based on Alice Hoffman's best-selling novel
"I think the whole of American higher education is on the cusp of a state of flux that we have never seen ever," says the college's president
Noah Bennett and Rosonna Garvey, both officers in North Las Vegas, Nev., have found a unique way to give consolation to the families of police and others
In Nov. 2013, a foster child was found by a deputy chained to the porch with a dead chicken tied around his neck
Prosecutors allege former English teacher Brianne Altice had sex with an underage student while she was out on bail over incidents with two other students
Wossen Assaye, who overpowered guard and fled in stolen car, nabbed coming off bus in nation's capital
Testimony is part of an effort by Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's lawyers to show that Tamerlan was the mastermind of the bombings
A SWAT team was responding to the LaMott Fire Company No. 1, about 13 miles northeast of Philadelphia on Tuesday morning
The Indiana governor said he has asked for legislation from the general assembly this week
One teacher reported that as many as 20 percent of the students in a large introductory course cheated
Alabama searches for woman who scolded daughters after movie for their "disrespectful" behavior
Indonesian prosecutors outlined the jail terms they will seek if a U.S. man and his girlfriend are found guilty of murdering the woman's mother while vacationing at a Bali resort
"I understood there was an incident that had transpired, and I wanted to know whether he was involved..," Kraft testified of his star tight end who is now charged with murder
A toddler was found dead in a Manhattan restaurant bathroom Monday and his mother is now facing second degree murder charges, police say
Nineteen other states have legislation similar to Indiana's "religious freedom" law, but without much of the controversy. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the new law, which critics say gives businesses a free pass to discriminate against gays and lesbians.
There's a huge manhunt in northern Virginia for an accused bank robber who overpowered a guard and stole his gun. The suspect was in a suburban Washington hospital at the time he escaped. Mark Albert reports from outside Inova Fairfax Hospital in Falls Church, Virginia.