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The National Transportation Safety Board says there are 11,000 tire-related accidents each year leading to about 200 deaths. A potential reason: most recalled tires are not making it off of the roads. Jeff Pegues reports.
Sony's PlayStation network is offline for the third straight day and Microsoft's Xbox Live is back in service. Both gaming platforms were hacked this week, disrupting Christmas gaming. Carter Evans reports from Los Angeles.
Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist of Chicago station WBBM has the forecast.
The shooting deaths of two NYPD cops has made police around the country more aware of the power of social media. Shawn Henry, former executive assistant director of the FBI, joins "CBS This Morning Saturday" from Washington to discuss how social media is used in investigations.
Thousands of police officers will be on hand for the funeral of Rafael Ramos, one of the NYPD officers gunned down last weekend. An emotional wake was held on Friday. Mark Albert reports.
Vice-president Biden is attending funeral for officer Rafael Ramos, who was ambushed along with his partner one week ago
Car hits boy, 12, riding motorized scooter in front of his house
12/26/14: Thousands mourn slain NYPD officer Rafael Ramos;Christmas baby born on Philadelphia subway train
Police officers from all over the country poured into New York City to pay their respects to slain NYPD officer Rafael Ramos at his wake. As Jericka Duncan reports, amid the mourning tensions remain high between police, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, and protesters.and Western sanctions and the collapse of oil prices are taking their toll on the Russian economy. The crisis has forced President Vladimir Putin to cancel holiday leave for government employees, who will be working on managing the situation instead. Debora Patta reports.
Ten years after a devastating tsunami killed hundreds of thousands of people, Thailand pays tribute to those who lost their lives.
The National Transportation Safety Board is working on new tire safety recommendations after recent statistics exposed the severity of tire-related incidents. Although tires are recalled, many of them stay on the road. As Jeff Pegues reports, some experts say the system is flawed.
While traveling on the subway on Christmas Day, Yanjin Li of Philadelphia went into labor. With no way to get to a hospital in time, city transit officers stepped in to help. Jim Axelrod reports on the special delivery.
Holiday spending is expected to increase by four percent this year. But despite positive economic news, there are still trouble spots ahead. CBS News Senior Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger explains what Americans should look out for.
Western sanctions and the collapse of oil prices are taking their toll on the Russian economy. The crisis has forced President Vladimir Putin to cancel holiday leave for government employees, who will be working on managing the situation instead. Debora Patta reports.
The Microsoft Xbox Live Network and Sony's PlayStation Network were down for much of Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Issues lingered on Friday as a hacker group known as "The Lizard Squad" continued to boast of its ability to disrupt the holiday for gamers. Ben Tracy reports on the hack and the possible motives behind it.
Police officers from all over the country poured into New York City to pay their respects to slain NYPD officer Rafael Ramos at his wake. As Jericka Duncan reports, amid the mourning tensions remain high between police, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, and protesters.
The famed astrophysicist took to Twitter on Christmas morning with his thoughts on the holiday, angering many
A group known as "The Lizard Squad" is boasting about the misery it caused to Xbox and PlayStation users over Christmas
Parliamentary debate on party quotas descends into chaos as lawmakers trade blows.
Thousands are gathering at Christ Tabernacle Church in Queens to pay their respects to the NYPD officer who was gunned down last week along with his partner. Jericka Duncan reports.
Less than half of children live in homes with two heterosexual parents in their first marriage, according to new data by the Pew Research Center.