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We don't know much about this piggy, but he sure is making some interesting squealing noises as he noshes on potato chips.
Phoenix judge denies killer's attorneys bid for another mistrial, tells panel to try harder to decide life or death
Residents in New York's northern suburbs say roaming coyotes are becomeing more brazen
The Department of Justice began an investigation into the Ferguson Police Department following the shooting of Michael Brown. The report is expected to conclude that police have engaged in a pattern of excessive force against blacks.
Trail of tiny feet ends in the snow angel-like print of a raptor with wings outstretched
Official says forthcoming DOJ report expected to conclude that Ferguson police, courts and jail showed sweeping patterns of racial discrimination
Jill Jacobson, a 31-year-old photography instructor, committed suicide by hanging herself in her classroom
Former U.S. Ambassador Daniel Kurtzer tells CBSN that it will be hard for President Obama to work with the Israeli Prime Minister if Benjamin Netanyahu gets re-elected following his speech to Congress.
Prosecutors say victim, 88, was beaten to death for his wallet in Spokane, Washington
NTSB considers reopening investigation into 1959 crash that killed Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made an unprecedented speech to the U.S. Congress. State Department correspondent Margaret Brennan and Chief White House correspondent Major Garrett join CBSN with reaction on what he said, and what could come next after the address.
Police say a 5-year-old fell from his parents' moving SUV as they tried to steal a TV
If convicted, the the 12 jurors and six alternates will have to decide is whether to give accused Boston Marathon bomber the death penalty
Mother of 12-year-old Tamir Rice breaks silence after Cleveland says boy shot by police died as a result of his own actions
A 6-year-old's rendition of the national anthem at a basketball game in Racine, Wisconsin, had the crowd cheering. CBSN's Elaine Quijano and Vladimir Duthiers report on her performance.
The National Portrait Museum has 55 images of Bill Clinton, but only one, according to artist Nelson Shanks, alludes to a dark point in his past
Taser International is covering expenses for police chiefs who speak at conferences and hiring recently retired chiefs as consultants
After being called "a jerk," one New Jersey mayor decides to no longer allow questions at meetings that turn them into "the Spanish Inquisition"
The newest gadgets and tech toys are on display at the Mobile World Congress. CNET's Bridget Carey joins CBSN with more on why all eyes are on Google this year and their plans for wireless service.
Sheriff says criminal responsible for killing birds worth $1.7 million is familiar with alarm systems used in the chicken houses