Students say they're demonstrating over janitorial job cuts because the workers' contract prohibits it, and "because of our relative privilege"
Girl killed and 14-year-old injured after backyard swing snaps, knocking both into swimming pool
In the wake of the Eric Garner death, "we want to talk people into their cuffs," trainer says
After a hospital visit, defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks picked up 18-year-old Khameyea Jennings in his Lamborghini
Herschel Walker won the Heisman Trophy in 1982 and went on to become a superstar in the NFL. Now, Walker's 15-year-old son, Christian, is picking up the family tradition of extraordinary athleticism, but in competitive cheerleading. Jan Crawford sat down with the father-son duo, who say football and cheerleading have more similarities than you might think.
The Seattle Seahawks signed long-snapper Nate Boyer Saturday after his remarkable transformation from solider to big-time college athlete. Jericka Duncan reports on the unlikely story of the 34-year-old rookie.
The boxing fight could spark a more intense battle over online piracy. Many fans avoided pay-per-view charges by using live streaming apps like Periscope and Meerkat. Those apps let people watch the bout for free, even though HBO and Showtime, owned by CBS, tried to stop it. CBS News contributor and editor of NewYorker.com Nicholas Thompson joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the controversy.
The highly-anticipated boxing fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao was the richest bout in history, but for all the hoopla, many fans say they didn't get their money's worth. Carter Evans reports from Las Vegas.
Baltimore is returning to normal after the city's mayor lifted the mandatory curfew Sunday. A week of demonstrations and violence saw nearly 500 arrested and 113 police officers injured. Jeff Pegues reports from Baltimore.
2 gunmen killed at event called "clear attempt to bait" Muslims, and American teams help get aid out as the death toll rises in Nepal
Police in Garland, Texas, say officers killed the gunmen, and investigators are searching the scene for evidence. The contest was sponsored by the controversial group "American Freedom Defense Initiative," which has run ads in cities across the country criticizing Islam. Omar Villafranca reports.
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