Four years ago, Alicia Shaffer put together hand-made headbands for her clothing boutique. When she expanded her collection and started selling them on online craft marketplace Etsy, her life was forever changed. Cate Cauguiran reports for KPIX.
Afghan villagers shift snow with shovels and bare hands as death toll from avalanches north of Kabul tops 220
The most compelling images from the week's news, Feb. 21-27, 2015
International Polar Bear Day celebrates the world's largest bear and land carnivore to highlight conservation efforts
Global agency tasked with stopping the flow of cash to terror groups says ISIS may be nearing the bottom of its well
Cameras were mounted on drones, as filmmaker Sam Cossman and a team captured the fiery close-ups on the island of Vanuatu in the South Pacific. Gayle King reports.
A video posted Thursday shows ISIS members destroying irreplaceable antiquities in Iraq. One of the pieces may be close to 2,700 years old. Clarissa Ward reports on why the extremists say it had to be done.
Dave Spector was a child actor from Chicago who later found fame as a "gaijin tarento" on Japanese television
British intelligence officials admit they have tracked Mohammed Emwazi since 2009 but lost track of him about two years ago. Emwazi has claimed responsibility for the killings of at least seven ISIS hostages beginning last year. Charlie D'Agata reports from the street in London where Emwazi once lived.
Some families of ISIS hostages seen in videos with Mohammed Emwazi, or "Jihadi John," are publicly demanding justice. The parents of journalist Stephen Sotloff released a statement, and James Foley's father said it will do no good if Jihadi John is caught. Gayle King reports.
World knows presumed ISIS executioner's name, but not what drove him to radical Islam, or why he wasn't stopped
Roy was known for writing against religious fundamentalism and had received death threats in the past, family and friends said
Ukrainian government and pro-Russia rebels say they're moving heavy weapons back from front line -- but will resume combat if provoked
The law enforcement dilemma: How best to identify potential terrorist threats and ISIS supporters who may mask their true intent
A new video shows ISIS militants destroying museum artifacts reportedly in the city of Mosul, Iraq.
A lack of resources has hindered efforts to clear the snow that has buried people inside their homes
Destructions are part of extremist campaign to eliminate what they view as heresy
Before dying under mysterious circumstances, prosecutor alleged president tried to cover up Iranian involvement in bombing
Drink your coffee and eat your cup! CBSN's Elaine Quijano and Vladimir Duthiers show us KFC's newest product.
The number of Christians kidnapped and held hostage by ISIS has gone up. CBS News correspondent Mark Phillips joins CBSN with more on what ISIS is hoping to achieve from these kidnappings.