A California bakery has invented the doughnut pop tart! CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Elaine Quijano show us the latest breakfast dessert hybrid.
A 104-year-old woman reveals what her secret is to living a long life. CBSN's Elaine Quijano and Vladimir Duthiers show us the video.
It turns out that when Jourdan Barovick and Ryan Spencer met on a blind date in 2004, it wasn't the first time they crossed paths
March Madness is in full swing after a day of exciting games. There were several upsets, and according to CBSSports.com, 99 percent of brackets on the site are now busted after Georgia State's win against Baylor. Washington Post sports reporter Matt Bonesteel joins CBSN with the games that surprised him.
Indiana-born farm girl quit her job at a Dallas grocery store to enlist after Japan attacked Pearl Harbor
Taya Kyle writes love letter to "tough, romantic, loving" Navy SEAL who was fatally shot in 2013
Tensions are high this morning in Philadelphia after a community meeting with police. Protesters screamed, "Hands up, don't shoot" and voiced outrage over the police shooting of a 26-year-old man in December. Charlie Rose reports.
Men are now getting a shot at affordable glamour. “The Black Tux” provides high quality tuxedos to rent for a low price online. Carter Evans reports on the men’s fashion start-up that is looking to capitalize on a $1.2 billion market.
Much of the U.S. to get another blast of winter, with forecasts of up to 6 inches of snow in Northeast and mid-Atlantic
Mississippi authorities probe death of black man found hanging from tree; making in-person Craigslist-based buys safer; following the March Madness money
Virginia lawmakers are asking if state liquor agents should have the power to make arrests as a U.Va. student's bloody detention earlier this week sparked outrage. The 20-year-old U.Va. student told his story for the first time yesterday. Wyatt Andrews reports from Charlottesville.
Unclear what transpired; source: he was man who was earlier named prime suspect in killing of his girlfriend in Canada
The body was found in the small Mississippi town of Port Gibson. Law enforcement agencies and the Justice Department's civil rights division are investigating exactly how the man died. Manuel Bojorquez reports from Mississippi.
Homeland Security Dept. inspector general describes how snafu happened; says felon is also ex-member of domestic terror group
Mother and uncle of 19-year-old Tony Robinson, unarmed biracial man killed by Madison, Wisconsin police officer, say "something needs to change"
A New Jersey couple was shocked to realize they had crossed paths with each other 16 years before officially meeting, thanks to resurfaced home video.
Microphones picked up a candid comment President Obama made Thursday during Prince Charles' visit to the White House.
The reading of the pledge in a non-traditional way, though not intended to offend, attracted an angry response
After the Justice Department's scathing report on Ferguson's police force, the city must now decide whether it wants to reform the police department or disband it
A high school in upstate New York has apologized for reciting the Pledge of Allegiance in Arabic after complaints from students, parents and town residents. The Arabic pledge was part of the school's observance of National Foreign Language week.