Without a safety net, Walenda performed two tightrope walks -- including one wearing a blindfold -- 50 stories above the Chicago River
11/2: Early winter storm slams east coast; Terminally ill basketball player Lauren Hill gets her wish
A coastal storm in the Northeast brought up to a foot of snow in Bangor, Maine, and plenty of powder elsewhere. According to the National Weather Service, it was the earliest snowfall in Columbia, South Carolina, beating a 100-year-old record by eight days; and, every basketball player is up against the clock, but none more so than the brave young woman Steve Hartman and thousands of others watched in action.
Local authorities asked FAA to limit airspace near Ferguson so that news helicopters couldn't cover Michael Brown demonstrations
13-year-old twin girls and a friend were struck and killed while trick-or-treating Friday night in Southern California
Snow falls from South Carolina to Maine over the weekend, with areas of the Rocky Mountains also hit
The tests will determine if the rifle was the weapon used to kill a Pennsylvania state trooper and critically wound another officer
Investigators are still trying to identify the five people killed and another critically burned in Maine's deadliest fire in 30 years
It took Lauren Hill just 17 seconds to score in her college basketball debut in front of a packed arena that included Pat Summit
Former world-record holder Kipsang wins strategic race on windy, cold morning; Keitany redeems herself for coming up short in past years
The U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations recently traveled to the region and talks about her family's fears for her safety
Kaci Hickox said, after fighting her Ebola-related involuntary quarantine in court, she will stay out of town until incubation period is up anyway
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead.
Mo Rocca introduces us to a man who is both loved and reviled in Providence, R.I., former mayor and convicted felon Buddy Cianci, now running to return to City Hall.
This week's moment in nature takes us among the rock formations of Devil's Playground in Utah.
Nine-year-old Ben Pierce, of Denton, Texas, is not blind - at least not yet. But he suffers from a condition that is slowly stealing his sight, and so he is on a mission. Steve Hartman reports.
Livability.com determined the 10 Best Places to Live for Liberals, Conservatives and Centrists. Charles Osgood reports.
Players tweet photos of smashed bus windshield; organizers hope as many as 5,000 Native Americans show up for protest against "Redskins" name
Martha Teichner takes us on a tour of a new exhibit at New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art, which explores what was expected of Victorian-Era widows.
It is often said that hitting a baseball is one of the most difficult feats in all of sports, so just imagine hitting a baseball totally blind. Mark Strassmann introduces you to visually-impaired athletes at the National Beep Baseball Association's World Series.
On Nov. 2, 1898, University of Minnesota football Johnny Campbell became America's first widely-acknowledged "yell leader." Charles Osgood Reports.