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President Obama took aim at the press and his political colleagues during his speech at the White House Correspondents' Dinner.
Daniel E. Messel, who is being held in the murder of Hannah Wilson, has several prior arrests for violence against women
In Baltimore, mourners paid their respects to Freddie Gray, the 25-year-old who suffered a fatal spine injury in police custody. As Mark Albert reports, the community is demanding answers.
Two people are dead and several others are missing after a powerful storm capsized at least 10 boats during a regatta in Alabama's Mobile Bay. Jericka Duncan reports.
The Northeast got so much snow ski resorts are still open. Meanwhile, in the drought-stricken West, skiiers were left high and dry. Carter Evans and Adriana Diaz report.
James Holmes goes on trial Monday for killing 12 people in a Colorado theater, but can his defense convince a jury he was insane?
As Freddie Gray's family prepares to bury him, they are calling for peace in the wake of an eruption of violent protests
A photo editor for City Paper says he was beaten by police in riot gear during demonstrations over the death of Freddie Gray
An Alaska man, being sought on a warrant, tried to barrel through several patrol cars in an attempt to escape the law
A 3.5-magnitude temblor was recorded in the northern part of the state, right after geologists warn fracking may create quakes
"Mobile Makerspace" helps kids stuck in their hospital beds with the chance to invent more than just toys; they're improving their own lives
William Bratton, the police commissioner in New York City, talked about the time when cops literally turned their back on Mayor de Blasio
When a hardnosed Milwaukee cop and a drug dealer with a long rap sheet sat down over coffee, they had no idea how their futures would be changed
U.S. government forbids hostage ransoms, but is reevaluating how it handles hostages and their families and whether to prosecute
We leave you this morning at the Kirby Canyon Butterfly Preserve in Morgan Hill, California, a safe home for the threatened Bay Checkerspot Butterfly.
Dale and Alice Rockey have been married 81 years, but sadly Alice left us this week. She left us all some pretty good marital advice, which she shared with Lee Cowan.
On a ranch near the very small town of Seymour, Texas, cowboys fuel up for hard work. Kent and Shannon Rollins are cooks who prepare their cowboy meals-on-wheels on an actual, working chuck wagon. Scott Simon reports on the secrets to cowboy cooking.
From actor-director Robert Redford being honored by the Film Society of Lincoln Center in New York, to Saturday's 141st running of the Kentucky Derby, "Sunday Morning" looks at notable events of the week ahead. Lee Cowan reports.
Janis Heaphy Durham was not the kind of person who believed in after-death communication, until her husband, Max, died. And that, Durham says, is when things started getting weird: Lights in her Sacramento home would flicker; clocks would stop at the moment Max died. And then the mysterious handprint appeared on her bathroom mirror. Tracy Smith reports on the paranormal activity at the heart of a new book, "The Hand on the Mirror."
For more than a decade, on the streets of Milwaukee, two men shared a mutual disgust. One was a hardnosed cop named Ray Robokowski; the other, a drug dealer named Jacob Maclin. Steve Hartman tells the story of how the two enemies ended up becoming each other's best ally.