Fire officials say blaze was so intense, crews could not save some of the family members trapped inside the burning home
4 decades after infamous kidnapping and prison sentence, heiress makes news for her shih tzu winning at Westminster Kennel Club show
A fire in a garage almost trapped a teenage girl inside an adjoining house after one of her exits was blocked by snow
Spencer Ore, 16, spent 2 years in treatment after bringing guns to a high school campus and making threats, but he may not be allowed to start over
Lisa Green, the author of "On Your Case: A Comprehensive, Compassionate (and Only Slightly Bossy) Legal Guide for Every Stage of a Woman's Life," joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss issues she says women cannot ignore.
A Florida lawyer is offering what he considers a foolproof way to get through DUI checkpoints: don't say a word to police. The Fair DUI flyer is a controversial new approach gaining traction, but advocacy groups like Mothers Against Drunk Driving fear it could allow impaired drivers to bypass the law. Jan Crawford reports.
A federal judge put a temporary hold on President Obama's executive action that is meant to protect millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation. It was in response to a lawsuit filed by 26 states that say the president had no authority to impose the costly programs. Jan Crawford reports from Washington.
The latest snow and ice storm is causing havoc, and all of North Carolina is in a state of emergency. More than 90,000 people are affected by power outages. Tara Lynn of CBS affiliate WRAL reports from Rocky Mount, North Carolina.
The Texas jury in the "American Sniper" murder trial saw the recorded confession of Eddie Ray Routh in the killing of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle and his friend Chad Littlefield. What they heard may have a big impact on whether the jury believes Routh's insanity defense. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
Dangerous winter weather hits South, heads north; Joe Biden a victim of timing?; controversy over drunk driving stops
It was snowing Monday night in Maryland, as Air Force One brought President Obama home from a holiday weekend. Much of the federal government and schools are closed Tuesday because of a snow emergency in Washington, D.C. Chip Reid reports from the National Mall.
A large stretch of the South and mid-Atlantic is struggling under a heavy coat of snow and ice, while Washington, D.C., is under a winter storm warning. Virginia and the Carolinas are hard hit, and hundreds are waking up with no electricity. Vicente Arenas reports from Charlotte, North Carolina.
Boston may not be directly in the path of the latest snow storm, but several more inches of snow are expected Tuesday. The city, along with much of the Northeast, is struggling to deal with obstacles the bitter cold and storms have left behind. Jericka Duncan reports from Boston.
Question over whether we can embrace natural beauty is not new, but one woman wants to bring the issue to Capitol Hill
Roughly three dozen tribes, known collectively as the Mardi Gras Indians, perform in their neighborhoods on New Orleans during the big festival. Their origins date back to the 18th century, when slaves would gather to play traditional African music. Megan Alexander reports.
Traditional extra hearty partying on streets of New Orleans, in all its glory, leads to start of Lent
Treacherous driving conditions, power outages and collapsing buildings are just some of the severeproblems residents are facing
At least 14 cars carrying crude oil ignited when train left tracks in snowstorm; one car went into river
A videotaped confession by the ex-Marine accused of the fatal shooting of Chris Kyle and friend Chad Littlefield in 2013 was seen by jurors in Texas
A hiker who activated an emergency rescue beacon in an attempt to survive brutal weather conditions was discovered in a mountainous area of New Hampshire