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National Weather Service supercomputers will be ten times more powerful by October
Dr. Jay Gordon signs hundreds of "personal belief exemptions," allowing parents to bypass laws requiring vaccinations
Police chief says deaths last fall were murder-suicide, says parents feared an "apocalypse"
Warren Lee Hill was sentenced to death in the killing of an inmate while serving a life sentence in a 1986 murder
The state's criminal appeals court issued a reprieve to the inmate, but did not immediately explain its decision
A Los Angeles judge ruled that V. Stiviano pay three parties connected to former Clippers owner Donald Sterling for the costs of her lawsuit against them
A couple who vanished after posting a Craigslist ad seeking a car have been found dead; a man police reportedly believe answered the ad is charged
Dr. Vivek Murthy believes the popularity of vaping still raises more questions than answers
In the midst of the potent wind and heavy snow, a yeti was spotted roaming around the streets of Boston Monday night
Police say a child and his mother were shot when the mother exchanged gunfire with a man who tried to force his way into a home
New Yorkers were left fuming after a blizzard that was supposed to dump two feet of snow turned out to be a bust
Cold temperatures and heavy snow may have blanketed the northeast, but states like North and South Dakota are seeing record highs
While a large blizzard is still pounding parts of New England, it wasn't as powerful as expected in New York City, New Jersey or Pennsylvania, prompting a meteorologist from the National Weather Service to issue an apology. WBBM meteorologist Megan Glaros joins "CBSN" with more on how the models changed.
Group had fallen through ice in pond outside Baltimore; boy who died was the last rescued
The Blizzard of January 2015 caused headaches for some while others saw opportunity.
Church leaders make national appeal for a "balanced approach" in the clash between gay rights and religious freedom
Houston-area DA takes closer look at abundance of false drug convictions
President Obama renews call for FAA regulations for use of drones
Irving Roth, 85, founded the Holocaust Resource Center in Manhasset, New York, to help ensure the world never forgets the atrocities of the Holocaust. Jill Wagner reports.
On 70th anniversary of the liberation of notorious death camp, Irving Roth warns history can repeat itself