Widow and children of man who went to rural Hawaii health center with sore throat in 2013 and ended up dead will receive a $4.2 million settlement from the federal government, the widow’s lawyer said
Nelly hasn't been paying his taxes, prompting the IRS to hit the St. Louis-born rapper with a $2.4 million tax lien. According to calculations by "Spin Magazine," fans would need to stream the Nelly hit "Hot in Here" on Spotify at least 287 million times in order to pay off Nelly's tax bill. The article prompted #hotinherrrestreamingparty and #savenelly to explode on Twitter.
The running back's server at a Maryland restaurant took to Facebook to complain about the tip left on a $128 bill
Far from the desert, a teenage driver collided with a camel on an Alabama road, injuring the driver and leading to the animal being euthanized
9/14: Hillary Clinton releases more medical documents; Louisiana woman saved in flood meets her hero
Hillary Clinton's age and health have been called into question after a recent bout with pneumonia pulled her off the campaign trail; In the middle of August's historic Louisiana flooding, Haley Brouilette and her dog were pulled from her sinking car
Court documents say the man mailed four dead skunks and a dead raccoon to the successful applicant after he was passed over for a coaching and teaching position
In a series of leaked emails, Colin Powell criticized both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, and said he wasn't going to endorse anyone until the first presidential debate. CBS News political contributor chief national correspondent for "The New York Times," Mark Leibovich, joins CBSN with analysis.
Police say the man fled after the shootings armed with a handgun and rifle; he killed himself as officers approached him in a neighborhood about a mile away
Samsung is blaming a manufacturing flaw for causing some of its Galaxy Note 7 phones to catch fire. The government is warning owners to turn them off. The same kind of batteries power most everything in our mobile world, so Jericka Duncan found out more about them.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell held nothing back in private emails leaked by a website called DC Leaks. He took hard hits at both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Nancy Cordes reports.
In the middle of August's historic Louisiana flooding, Haley Brouilette and her dog were pulled from her sinking car. The video went viral, and now she's been reunited with the man who saved her life. Omar Villafranca reports.
Tropical storm Julia is churning off the Southeast and is expected to gain strength and dump rain on Georgia and the Carolinas. David Begnaud is in Charleston with the latest.
American drivers illegally passed school buses with stop signs out more than 13 million times last year. Now, some cities are addressing the problem by mounting exterior cameras on buses to catch violators. Mark Strassmann reports.
A growing concern this election year is that Russian hackers may try to tamper with election systems, releasing information for their agenda. CIA Director John Brennan said Russian hackers have been breaking into U.S. political websites for years, and more hacks are likely, reports Jeff Pegues.
Donald Trump was scolded by a pastor at a black church in Flint, Michigan when he started to slam Hillary Clinton, instead of talking about the task at hand. Major Garrett reports.
In Baton Rouge last month, David Phung -- a land surveyor by trade -- demonstrated he’s pretty good in the water, too -- saving a dog and her owner from floodwaters
John Brennan, while not specifically blaming Russia for previous hacks, says Russian hackers have been breaking into U.S. political websites for years
Hillary Clinton's age and health have been called into question after a recent bout with pneumonia pulled her off the campaign trail. Now, under pressure to be more transparent, her team is releasing more of her medical history. Nancy Cordes reports.
With both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in the spotlight over releasing -- or not releasing -- their medical records, Dr. Tara Narula weighs in on what we know about their health, and what it means.
The storm is expected to weaken to a tropical depression as it moves northeast