"Pepsi and Coke, have been going at it eyeball to eyeball, and in my view the other guy just blinked," said the president of rival Pepsi in 1985
President Obama spoke at the White House regarding a recent U.S. counterterrorism strike that killed two al Qaeda hostages. American Dr. Warren Weinstein and Italian national Giovanni Lo Porto were killed in January near the border between Afghanistan and Pakistan. Charlie Rose, Norah O'Donnell and Jeff Glor anchor this CBS News Special Report.
Government security officials say the gyrocopter flying in front of Capitol Hill was being tracked by several agencies but they chose not to shoot it down because they were concerned about the safety of people on the ground. CBSN's Anne-Marie Green and Elaine Quijano have the new information.
Marc Fucarile's right leg was blown off in bombing and prognosis for his left leg "doesn't look promising"
John Creech is accused in the 2012 death of Gavin Smith, whose remains were found in a shallow grave in the California desert last fall
After being raised in the U.S., two women return to the land of their birth to learn of their origins during the Vietnam War
Former CIA chief David Petraeus will be sentenced by a federal judge over his sharing of state secrets with his biographer, with whom he was having an affair. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN with why the plea deal he made with the government is so controversial.
Officials say Pentagon wants more transparency in its cyber mission - and it could provide some deterrence to adversaries
Wild animals have recently migrated outside their normal habitats, causing concern among residents
The NFL is praising a settlement over concussion lawsuits filed by more than 5,000 former players. A federal judge approved the deal Wednesday after years of negotiations. James Brown reports on how some players still have concerns.
Don't call him a chef who makes "full-on fancy" fare - he preps food you want to eat out of a chuck wagon for hungry cowhands (and no cussing when there's women around)
There is growing concern over some of New York City’s newest residents: coyotes. Animal experts say the creatures are moving farther into major urban centers. Michelle Miller reports on the efforts to capture the potentially dangerous animals.
Arizona police officer Michael Rapiejko is explaining his decision to ram an armed suspect with his patrol car. He was accused of using excessive force in 2005; the case was later settled. Carter Evans reports.
John Hinckley's doctors will tell a federal judge Thursday why the would-be assassin should be released from a government hospital for good. Hinckley's lawyers argued Wednesday he no longer suffers from the mental health problems that drove him to shoot President Ronald Reagan in 1981. Government prosecutors say Hinckley is still a danger to the public. Paula Reid reports.
The penalty phase of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's trial continues Thursday after an emotional day of testimony from survivors. The defense elaborated on a profane gesture the convicted Boston Marathon bomber made in a holding cell in 2013. Don Dahler reports on the surveillance video that was never seen until Wednesday.
Michael Rapiejko sent armed suspect flying with his patrol car and says he did what he had to do
Five of the six Baltimore police officers involved in the arrest of Freddie Gray have offered statements about what happened. The 25-year-old apparently suffered a spine injury during his arrest. He died a week later. Demonstrators in Baltimore continue pressing for answers, and protests escalated Wednesday night. Chip Reid reports.
Another Secret Service black eye, as government report shows agency may have put a former president and first lady at risk
Lawmakers want to know why Doug Hughes was allowed to fly his small aircraft straight into the heart of the U.S. capital, over the heads of befuddled tourists, as security agencies watched on. Mark Albert reports from Washington.
Far from flying into the heart of nation's capital undetected, Doug Hughes "should have been blown out of the air," lawmaker says