The officer who allegedly aided prison escapees David Sweat and Richard Matt has been arrested. Criminal defense attorney Randy Zelin joins CBSN to discuss.
The sophisticated aircraft is undergoing final testing and military officials are promising the jets will be ready
A day after being formally sentenced to the death penalty, convicted Boston Marathon bomber moved to federal prison in Florence, Colorado
Police had twice checked on the Oregon couple but found notes on their house indicating they were out of town
A judge also denied a defense motion that she recuse herself from Matthew's capital murder trial
Protestors set tires on fire, smashed cars and shut down the highway
Gene Palmer says he didn't realize providing 2 killers with tools and access to catwalk "made their escape easier"
Military plane crashes during night training mission, sparking massive fire; still no word on fate of pilot
French taxi drivers created chaos in Paris and other cities protesting the U.S. online ride service's European service - UberPOP
Nonprofit organization made false promises about their methods, jurors found in civil trial
Two Georgia prison workers have been indicted after a student was found dead strapped to a chair in an isolated jail cell. "48 Hours" Crimesider Michelle Sigona reports.
For the first time, the annual conference in Dallas has allowed media to attend the event
In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court upheld Obamacare subsidies in all states. CBS News' Justice Dept. reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN.
Blazes continue in California, Alaska and Oregon, forcing evacuations and scorching remote forest areas
Ken Broadwell's $930 winner was nothing compared to the jackpot he won later in the day
Riders on the California Screamin' roller-coaster were stopped mid-ride after a rider took out a selfie stick
Charles Severance is accused of shooting and killing three well-known Alexandria, Va. residents at their homes over the course of a decade
Hundreds attend funeral for 70-year-old Ethel Lance, one of nine victims of massacre at historic black church
Colorado theater shooter's attorneys will attempt to convince jury Holmes was legally insane when he killed 12, wounded 70 others in 2012 attack
Appellate court strikes down law designed to make it easier for organizations to challenge local firearms ordinances in court