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A scene reminiscent of an oil spill that helped give rise to the environmental movement is playing out on the same stretch of California coast as the prior one
Passengers aboard a cruise ship are safe in Bermuda after a dramatic scare at sea. The Norwegian Dawn ran aground on a coral reef Wednesday after leaving the island for its return to the U.S. Bree Sison of CBS Boston station WBZ reports.
A big oil spill near Santa Barbara is threatening wildlife after a pipeline ruptured Tuesday afternoon. Initial reports say at least 500 barrels of crude oil leaked into the Pacific Ocean. Ben Tracy reports from Refugio State Beach in Goleta, California.
The government is preparing the largest consumer recall ever involving Takata airbags that have the potential to explode. Federal regulators say the number of vehicles that need to be fixed has doubled from 17 million to nearly 34 million. Five deaths and more than 100 injuries have been linked to the airbags. Jeff Glor reports.
Reports of 29 tornadoes darkened the skies over Oklahoma and Texas on Tuesday. One ripped across the north Texas town of Runaway Bay, and search and rescue crews looked through the rubble. Vicente Arenas reports.
The Norwegian Dawn cruise ship was grounded on a reef near Bermuda early Wednesday morning, and is now anchored and awaiting inspection. The cruise line says there were no injuries. Susan McGinnis reports.
An oil slick hit a four-mile stretch of the California coast north of Santa Barbara on Tuesday. A broken pipeline spewed thousands of gallons into a storm drain before it was shut off. Susan McGinnis reports.
Dozens of reported twisters darken skies, bring down trees and powerlines in North Texas towns
Six Flags rebuilt the Twisted Colossus into a hybrid of old wood and new steel; it's being called summer's most anticipated ride
From a virtual transformation of New York City through time to unprecedented views, One World Trade Center offers first-of-its kind attractions
Pipeline breach spews estimated 21,000 gallons of crude, soils beach, creates large slick in ocean; migrating whales a huge concern
Passengers aboard a Norwegian vessel will remain aboard as officials try to get it removed from its position after striking a reef
After a religious objections bill was defeated in the Louisiana state legislature, Gov. Bobby Jindal fought to enact its provisions anyway
Patriots owner Robert Kraft announced the team will not fight its $1M fine and loss of two draft picks for deflating footballs in the AFC championship game. Boston Globe sports columnist Dan Shaughnessy explains Kraft's motives and Tom Brady's moves since his 4-game suspension.
CBSN's Jeff Glor talks to Clarence Ditlow, director at the Center for Auto Safety, about the latest news in the Takata airbag recall.
There may be an explanation for those who find themselves on the brink of tears too often. CBSN's Jeff Glor explains that some people could be "HSP" or a "Highly Sensitive Person." HSP's have a deeper depth of cognitive processing, so can become easily overwhelmed.
Hillary Clinton talked to the press for the first time in her presidential campaign. Vox chief political correspondent Jon Allen and the Washington Post's national political reporter Robert Costa talk to CBSN's Jeff Glor about Clinton's press strategy.
A picture posted to Facebook of a mom's wide-eyed son standing next to a Virginia state trooper has gone viral. The post is praising the officer for "being a good person waiting with my son" after he got a flat tire driving home from Virginia Tech.
There is a bridge in Northern England made entirely out of sheets of paper. And yes you can walk on it.
The Coast Guard says an abandoned oil pipeline has leaked a 4-mile wide slick onto a beach north of Santa Barbara, California. CBSN's Jeff Glor spoke with a KCBS chopper crew about what they were seeing Tuesday evening.