Apple is poised to unveil its much-anticipated Apple Watch. It's the first time Apple is venturing into a new product category since it revolutionized the tablet market with the iPad almost five years ago. Jill Schlesinger reports.
A pre-dawn party turned into a scene of chaos. Early Saturday morning, thousands of students attended a St. Patrick's Day party near the campus of California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo when a garage roof collapsed, injuring at least eight. Carter Evans reports on the details of how it went down.
It has been a tense weekend in Madison, Wisconsin, after a white police officer shot and killed an unarmed black teenager Friday night. Dean Reynolds reports on new information revealed in the case.
Many people, President Obama included, are weighing in on Hillary Clinton's email controversy from her time as secretary of state, except Clinton herself. Julianna Goldman reports on what is being left unsaid.
An inventor's pedal-powered vehicle is catching on in several cities across the country
Crackdown on wild parties at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo didn't stop a near-tragedy in a garage
Police say up to 20,000 chanted and sang the day after the 50th anniversary of the pivotal civil rights moment in Alabama
Amid threat from ISIS and other extremists in otherwise peaceful country, Peace Corps suspends program over "regional environment"
An 18-month-old Utah girl survived hours upside down in wreck that killed mom and later sent rescuers to the hospital with hypothermia
Madison police chief acknowledges it'll be "complicated...for the public to accept" white cop's shooting of unarmed black teen
Ahmed Al-Jumaili, 36, had just moved to Texas from Iraq; police release video of murder and haven't ruled out hate crime
Hoboken's annual St. Patrick's bar hop tradition interrupted by unusual scene as man sets himself on fire in middle of street
When Lin-Manuel Miranda sings about the drive of the "young, scrappy and hungry" immigrant, he's not singing about just any immigrant. He's singing about the man on the ten dollar bill, Alexander Hamilton. As Mo Rocca reports, Hamilton's musical journey to the stage is as revolutionary as the young revolutionary who helped create the America we know..
National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore took 44 acres out of production on a farm he owns in Nebraska for what he calls "prairie patches" - all for the sake of butterflies, the colorful insects that face threats to their very survival.
CBS News senior White House correspondent Bill Plante sat down with President Barack Obama, who said the civil rights marches at Selma was his source of inspiration to get involved in public service in the first place.
On March 7, 1965, hundreds of voting rights activists marched out of Selma, Ala., for the State Capitol in Montgomery. They only made it to the Edmund Pettus Bridge, where authorities set upon them. The violence of that “Bloody Sunday,” broadcast across the nation, was remembered by activists who returned to Selma 50 years later. Charles Osgood reports.
March 8th, 1971, was the final fade-out for one of Hollywood's earliest comic stars. During the silent era, Harold Lloyd proved himself a master of the well-timed (and sometimes death-defying) stunt. Charles Osgood reports.
"They took our winter," veteran musher says of Boston, which got nearly 7 feet more snow than Anchorage this year
The authorities' attacks on civil rights marchers a half-century ago illustrate how the right to vote was won by bloodshed
Fact that 19-year-old Tony Robinson Jr. was unarmed "all the more complicated for the investigators, for the public to accept"