Police say someone may have intentionally caused a chemical leak at a Chicago hotel that was hosting a "furry convention." At least 19 people were sent to the hospital to be treated. "48 Hours" Crimesider reporter Michelle Sigona joins "CBSN" with more on what she's learned about the investigation.
Demonstrators moved to Barclays Center in Brooklyn as Prince William and Kate Middleton arrive to attend the Nets-Cavaliers matchup.
Demonstrators turn out at Brooklyn's Barclays Center for the arrival of Prince William and Kate Middleton's attendance at the Nets-Cavaliers game
Demonstrators protested police brutality at Brooklyn's Barclay Center as Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, attended a NBA game
High demand for electrical power is putting strain on the grid and leaving us at risk of blackouts, but new technologies such as smart grids and microgrids offer promise for the future. Heba Kanso reports.
The violence and destruction on the streets at Berkeley have shaken a city with a 50-year history of protest. Many protesters have been working to keep their demonstrations peaceful, but others are lashing out at the police. John Blackstone has the story.
The White House says a controversial Senate report will be released Tuesday that contains criticism of the CIA for its interrogation techniques during the Bush Administration. Some in the intelligence community say the release will put Americans in harm's way. Homeland Security correspondent Bob Orr and congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes join "CBSN" with more.
A private jet attempting to land at Montgomery County Airpark crashed into a neighborhood in Gaithersburg, Md., setting three homes afire. Three passengers in the plane were killed, as well as another 3 on the ground. Jeff Pegues has the story.
The storm will bring a mix of rain, snow, ice, and wind to areas from Virginia to Maine. Meteorologist Megan Glaros, from Chicago’s WBBM, has the forecast on the storm that’s expected to impact millions.
While there have been successful rescue U.S. military rescue missions, the attempts are risky. As long as the U.S. refuses to negotiate with terrorists, missions will remain dangerous and only sometimes successful. David Martin has the story.
It’s a race against time for Sen. Dianne Feinstein, who has been working to release her report on CIA torture tactics before Republicans take control of the Senate. While some argue it could put Americans in danger, Feinstein argues it will insure the CIA never resorts to torture again. Nancy Cordes reports.
A study conducted by the city shows it is not ready for a massive, and possibly inevitable, temblor
Prosecutor Bob McCullough was unable to immediately explain why police questions asked of Michael Brown's friend were not with the documents when they were released
Female guard said to falsify records in case of Jerome Murdough, who one official said "basically baked to death" in Rikers Island cell
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A private plane crashed into a house in suburban Maryland monday morning
BP left on the hook to pay inflated and bogus claims by businesses affected by the 2010 oil spill, adding potential billions to liability
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The source of the gas was apparently chlorine powder left in a ninth-floor stairwell at the hotel, according to the Rosemont Public Safety Department. Investigators believe the gas was created intentionally and are treating it as a criminal matter.