Thousands of red-suited revelers who fan out through New York City bars have been criticized for being too rowdy
According to a new study, about $120 billion is needed annually for highway repairs, but those construction projects designed to upgrade our country's infrastructure bring more delays for commuters. Jeff Pegues reports on why many highway construction projects often take longer and blow their budgets.
"CBS This Morning" has now spoken with all three of "Jackie's" friends mentioned in the alleged gang rape story in Rolling Stone. It was mentioned that they had seen and spoken to her the night of the assault. All three of their accounts of what happened that night were similar, but very different from Jackie's. Julianna Goldman reports from Charlottesville, Virginia.
The Senate Intelligence Committee's report on CIA interrogation tactics used in the wake of 9/11 is still making waves in Washington. CBS News Congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes spoke with Dr. James Mitchell, one of the two psychologists dubbed "Dunbar and Swigert" in the report who helped design the interrogation program.
Meteorologist Evelyn Taft of KCBS in Los Angeles has the latest forecast.
California is bracing for the strongest storm to hit the West Coast in six years. Some parts of the state could see up to a foot of rain over the next two days. Bigad Shaban reports from Sacramento.
Severe storm arrives in Northern California; Obama trying to reverse dimming views on state of race relations in U.S.; stock market to miss out on usual "Santa Claus" rally?
"CBS This Morning" has spoken with all three friends of "Jackie," the victim of an alleged University of Virginia frat house gang rape written about in Rolling Stone magazine
An out-of-control car went onto a sidewalk in New York City's Herald Square Wednesday night; 6 people were taken to the hospital.
KCBS-TV: It's thought to be that of Erica Perez; whereabouts of her husband and their 4 kids still unknown
While there are 53 million students writing code around the world, one key group remains far behind when it comes to computer science
One billion-dollar freeway expansion did nothing to help traffic, an unfortunate trend escalating cost in time and money from construction projects nationwide
Expected to pound region with hurricane-force winds, heavy rain and snow; Southern California could get rain, towering waves
Prosecutors say the man sent grisly photos of himself killing and cooking the pet to his ex, threatening to do the same thing to her
A CBS News Poll shows a racial divide when it comes to the public's sentiments about policing and race in America. CBS's Kris Van Cleave sat down with a group of future and former police officers at New York's John Jay College of Criminal Justice to get their perspective.
12/10: CBS News poll shows new pessimism over race relations; Students offer hope for America’s racial divide
A new CBS News poll is helping to quantify America’s racial divide in the wake of the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown. Since 2009, Americans’ favorable view of race relations has plummeted 21 percent; and, high school seniors in Brooklyn, New York expressed optimism about America’s problem with race.
The chief of the Richmond Police Department stood with demonstrators in a show of concern over police abuse
"A lot of us have sons, and we want to make sure our colleagues are treating our young boys with dignity and respect," one officer says
Students from a school in Brooklyn, New York express their optimism in light of America's deep racial tensions
A new CBS News poll finds stark racial differences on views of the police and race relations in the U.S.