The Silicon Valley upstart known for building the world's fastest electric car, has hit a roadblock in the home of America's auto industry
Kaci Hickox vigorously objected to New Jersey's Ebola-related quarantine; now one of her lawyers is balking at restrictions that may be imposed on her in Maine
The new video released by the terrorist group purportedly shows journalist John Cantlie playing the role of a reporter, spreading messages on their behalf
The crash killed Steven Moore, executive director of the National Gay Pilots Association
Almeda Sullivan pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder with extreme indifference
What caused the Blackhawk aircraft to have problems is unknown, but officials are investigating
The move is not expected to delay the case, whose opening statements are not expected until June
When Kaci Hickox was released from her quarantine, it ended a three-day odyssey that has become the latest example of an Ebola policy being written on the fly; and, cadets at the National Guard's Sunburst Youth Challenge Academy get the chance to show their families just how much they've achieved.
Cadets at the National Guard's Sunburst Youth Challenge Academy get the chance to show their families just how much they've achieved. Michelle Miller reports.
Since late June, the price of gasoline has fallen to a nationwide average of $3.04 -- the lowest price in four years. Don Dahler reports on the cause and effect.
While on the campaign trail, New Jersey governor Chris Christie defended his quarantine policy for medical workers returning from West Africa as other politicians chime in with their policies, all differing from the CDC's. Chip Reid reports.
The new guidance comes after New York and New Jersey's governors announced quarantining rules
The community of Marysville, Washington, remembers two high school students killed by a classmate and prays for three still fighting for their lives. Carter Evans speaks with a friend of the shooter.
The boy had reportedly traveled to Guinea with relatives before coming to the United States.
Authorities release more details of high school shooting in Washington state that left three dead, three seriously injured
A quasi-military camp run by the National Guard tries to get high school dropouts back on track; CBS News was there when cadets and families were reunited
Two brothers, ages 11 and 13, were beaten by schoolmates who taunted them about the virus
American Stamp show celebrates 100 years of eclectic collections, and collectors
Although Frank Schaefer was defrocked after officiating at his son's wedding, religious officials within the church ruled that decision was wrong
The lawsuit says that police didn't act properly and that if they had, there's "a reasonable chance" 12-year-old Autumn Pasquale would be alive