The U.S. unemployment rate fell to 5.5 percent after employers added 295,000 jobs in February. The news sent the markets down, as Wall Street worries the improving jobs picture will lead the Fed to raise interest rates. Anthony Mason reports.
With so much snow in so many places, it's hard to believe Spring is two weeks away. March is already off to a cold start, with temperature records falling in more than a dozen cities. Jim Axelrod reports.
On March 7, 1965, a peaceful march to demand voting rights turned violent when the demonstrators were attacked by police
A #FindDancingMan Twitter campaign went viral after cruel captioned photo shared online
City officials confirm 2 police officials and one clerk out of their jobs after DOJ report
How do you hold a the world's most-famous dog sled race without snow? Iditarod director says it will be "a whole new ballgame"
At least 3 homes damaged but no one hurt, emergency officials say
Connecticut governor says recommendations in final report reviewing Newtown shooting face financial and political challenges
CBS News' Bill Plante discusses his time reporting on the voting rights act and the Selma march 50 years ago. He speaks with CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Kristine Johnson.
Erich Nowsch Jr. accused in shooting death of Tammy Meyers in neighborhood gunbattle initially characterized as a case of road rage
"His devotion is that strong that he still comes when he can't make it to the bench even," said a city worker who decided to lend a hand
Powerful, iconic images chronicling the historic 1965 civil rights marches from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama by Spider Martin, James Baker and Charles Moore on the 50th anniversary
NCAA: School put on probation for 5 years and basketball team must vacate wins in which ineligible players participated
Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Daniel Norris lives in a van parked behind a Walmart. CBSN's Meg Oliver and Vladimir Duthiers discuss this unusual choice.
8-year-old Girl Scout in upstate New York takes action after Kentucky factory workers complain about excessive work
In the battle of the sexes, who is more narcissistic? CBSN's Meg Oliver and Vladimir Duthier have more on what the research shows.
Cammy was born without the ability to walk or speak - but that didn't stop her from skating with her favorite NHL player
President Obama says the type of racial bias found in the DOJ investigation of the Ferguson Police Department isn't isolated. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Meg Oliver have more.
They were terrifying moments for the passengers of a Delta flight that skidded of the runway at New York's LaGuardia Airport. CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg joins CBSN with what may have gone wrong.
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