Witnesses describe chaotic scene as many passengers left the train on their own before emergency responders arrived
From deadly distractions to train technology, feds outline "critical changes" needed to save lives
After series of delays, one passenger flying out of Cleveland thought he'd be the only one aboard the plane, but his hopes were dashed
FDA doesn't require labeling of genetically modified foods; most of the country's corn and soybean crop is now modified
A fire early Tuesday morning in an underground construction site near New York City's Penn Station was deemed suspicious by the FDNY. The fire resulted in delays for commuters on the Long Island Raid Road and the city's subways. Nearly 150 firefighters responded to the blaze, with two sustaining minor injuries.
Ashlynn Marracino, a 16-year-old from Southern California, sends a balloon to the heavens on her late father's birthday every year. This year, a message came back, along with some other items, from a stranger almost 450 miles away. Stacey Butler from CBS Los Angeles reports.
Darren Sharper is accused of drugging and raping women in three states; he is currently being held in Los Angeles
After hours of delays, a New York-bound Delta flight takes off with just two passengers. CBSN's Elaine Quijano and Michelle Miller show us how one of the passengers tweeted about his experience.
Chance encounter in a college classroom brings together two who met in 1995 at their relatives' Minnesota wedding
While the North American International Auto Show is unveiling cars across town one photographer shows off the abandoned automobiles around Detroit
Officials say 16-year-old wandered away from skate park and ended up trapped in muddy stream
The smallest implantable device the FDA has ever approved for the human body is helping patients with glaucoma, one of the leading causes of blindness. CNET.com's Kara Tsuboi reports.
Almost every year since her dad died in 2010, 16-year-old Ashlynn Marracino has written him a letter on his birthday
Firefighters in Washington state rescued a 16-year-old boy who was stuck in the Puyallup River for five hours on Monday. The rescue was caught on video. KIRO's Henry Rosoff reports.
There are significant delays for commuters on Washington, D.C.'s metro after smoke from an electrical fire killed one person Monday. At least 80 others were hospitalized, forced to escape through smoke-filled tunnels. Chip Reid reports from L'Enfant Plaza station, where investigators are reviewing the evacuation.
Rebekah Turner Maxwell allegedly killed Betty Tice Turner inside the family-owned business, police say
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If you're looking to change or advance your career, U.S. News & World Report is releasing its list of the best jobs of 2015. Editor-in-Chief Brian Kelly joins "CBS This Morning" to reveal the list, first on "CBS This Morning."
Tough Mudder is a 10- to 12-mile obstacle course and one of the world's largest events of its kind. Tough Mudder founder and CEO Will Dean joins "CBS This Morning" to announce the all-new obstacles for 2015.
The University of Virginia has reinstated Phi Kappa Psi, just in time for the return of students from winter break. The fraternity has been under scrutiny since a Rolling Stone article claimed that a student had been gang raped by the frat's members. Julianna Goldman reports.