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The former Major League Baseball pitcher is considering taking legal action against Twitter users who responded with violent, sexually explicit messages to a post about his daughter. Schilling has outed some of the bullies on his blog and Twitter feed. Anna Werner reports from Boston.
There's a new alert about a massive scam involving criminals posing as IRS agents. The people behind the scam are calling at least 10,000 Americans every week, and federal investigators say they are absolutely ruthless. Chip Reid investigates the plot that's unfolding on your phone, only on "CBS This Morning."
Gen. David Petraeus pleaded guilty Tuesday to sharing classified information with his biographer and mistress, Paula Broadwell. If the plea deal is approved, the Petraeus faces a fine and two years of probation. David Martin reports from the Pentagon.
Day 3 of battle to retake key Iraq town from ISIS; trial starting for Boston Marathon bombings suspect; fake IRS reps engaging in massive phone scam
Federal investigators believe the Ferguson police department is racially biased. The Justice Department is due to release a report Wednesday spelling out the reasons why. The study claims officers violated black people's civil rights on a regular basis. Mark Strassmann reports.
Restaurateur Danny Meyer became famous for his take on a simple staple, and now he's serving up a slice of originality
Anthony Zuiker tells CBS News' Lauren Moraski about "CSI: Cyber," the life-expectancy of "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and his idea for a "CSI" movie.
"We've had very, very educated and intelligent people fall for it," Treasury Department official says
With opening statements set to begin, fate of suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev could rest with what jurors see as the answer
Agency says it thinks suspect fired near National Security Agency, on highway, and at other locations in D.C.-Baltimore vicinity
2013 crash at San Francisco's airport killed 3 Chinese teenagers, injured nearly 200 other people
Homeless man was wanted for probation violation after bank robbery conviction, had stolen French citizen's identity, authorities say
Youtube's #DearMe campaign encourages users to upload "video letters", offering advice to their younger selves. Within an hour of launching it became the number one trending twitter topic worldwide.
Target announced it will lay off several thousand employees as part of a major restructuring plan.
The NTSB says it is considering re-opening the investigation into the plane crash that killed musicians Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J.P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson, along with the pilot.
State's highest court rules Alabama's long-standing ban on same-sex marriage trumps federal judge's decision
A federal civil rights investigation has concluded the Ferguson Police Department has a pattern of discrimination against African-Americans; and, Bao Bao, now 18 months old, is on her own after zookeepers separated her from her mother.
"You attacked my child, the rules kind of go out the window when you attack family," said the former Red Sox pitcher
Residents of Ferguson, Mo., are no strangers to the excessive tactics used by police and a pending report by the Justice Department serves as vindication
This week saw the 10th anniversary of Pancake Day, an American holiday started by International House of Pancakes. But there's lot more than a decade of tradition behind the idea of a flapjack-themed celebration, particularly when it comes to the timing.