And after Denise Huskins turned up safe, her story turned even more bizarre; "abduction" was first reported by her boyfriend
Nathan Bradley, who served alongside former Taliban prisoner Bowe Bergdahl, joins CBSN to discuss the desertion charge against him.
A tornado strike in Oklahoma has killed at least one person, and caused extensive damage to homes and power lines.
3/25: Investigators look for clues in Germanwings mystery; B. Smith on her struggles with Alzheimer's
The wreckage from the Germanwings crash is strewn over a steep ten-acre site; and, former model and TV host B. Smith sat down with CBS News medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook for a conversation about her struggles with Alzheimer's and how she and her husband are taking action against it.
Multiple twisters spotted in Tulsa, Oklahoma City, causing substantial damage and power outages
A new study shows that attachment to cell phones while behind the wheel is a major cause of accidents involving teenagers
Levi Pettit who was seen on a video leading a racist fraternity chant joined an Oklahoma state legislator to speak on his involvement
School district says "embarrassing situation" was accidental, won't say if female teacher will be punished
A Boston bomb squad successfully disarmed a house wired to explode when a light switch was flipped. Authorities are searching for the person responsible for the explosives.
A 30-year-old western lowland gorilla named Emily gave birth at the Oklahoma City Zoo.
Covered by John Lennon and even Muhammad Ali, "Stand by Me" was selected to be preserved in the National Recording Registry
Some fans are in tears over news that One Direction member Zayn Malik is leaving the band.
The University of Oklahoma and a lawyer for its disbanded Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter have agreed no more members would be expelled in connection to a racist chant video
A California woman who was reported kidnapped in San Francisco is reportedly safe, contacting her father to say that she’s in Huntington Beach. "48 Hours" Crimesider reporter Michelle Sigona reports.
An Oregon woman behind the wheel of a car that injured three high school students was allegedly using her cell phone to record video before the accident.
A Washington man was fined for using a cardboard cutout of “The most interesting man in the world,” a popular Dos Equis advertisement figure, to go through the high-occupancy-vehicle lane.
Two weeks into a historic five-month, around-the-world-journey using nothing but the power of the sun, Solar Impulse 2 pilot Betrand Piccard tells CBS News how he and his copilot are proving the capabilities of renewable energy -- and proving the doubters wrong.
Bowe Bergdahl is expected to face charges from the U.S. Army for desertion and "misbehavior before the enemy."
Army Sgt. controversially traded for 5 Taliban also to be charged with "misbehavior before the enemy," his attorney told CBS News
The White House head florist, Laura Dowling, was reportedly escorted out of the building on Friday, February 13th. Rumors are circulating as to why. CBSN’s Elaine Quijano and Vinita Nair report.