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Building inspectors in Berkeley, California, say that a balcony that collapsed last week, killing six students, was supported by badly rotted wooden beams. CBSN's Contessa Brewer has the latest on the investigation.
President Obama will announce Tuesday the U.S. will not prosecute Americans who negotiate with terrorists for the return of their loved ones. CBS News Department Of Justice Reporter Paula Reid discussed the change in policy.
The Baltimore Sun has obtained a copy of the autopsy report for Freddie Gray, who died a week after a rough arrest by Baltimore police. As CBSN's Contessa Brewer reports, the medical examiner found Gray suffered a "high-energy injury."
A photograph John Nettles took by chance is becoming a symbol of how Charleston is coming together after last week's deadly church shooting. Nettles told CBSN's Contessa Brewer the story behind the photo.
Virginia's governor is leading the charge to remove the Confederate flag from the state's new license plates. Gov. Terry McAuliffe told CBSN's Contessa Brewer he also wants to get plates that already have the flag off the road.
Astronaut Scott Kelly is 88 days into a year-long mission in space aboard the International Space Station. "CBS Evening News" anchor Scott Pelley talked to Kelly to find out how the mission is going so far.
A group of flight attendants is suing Boeing, alleging the company has known for decades there's a risk of toxic fumes invading the passenger cabin. Kris Van Cleave reports.
The Senate held a hearing Tuesday over the recall of defective Takata airbags. Some senators questioned why rental car companies are not required to get their recalled vehicles fixed. Jeff Glor reports.
A breach into government computers turned out to be larger than previously thought. Some 18 million employees may have had their personal information compromised. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett reports.
States in the Midwest are cleaning up from a round of severe weather that brought heavy rain and tornadoes. CBS News correspondent Don Dahler reports on the damage.
Dashcam video shows the arrest of Dylann Roof, the alleged gunman in the South Carolina church massacre. CBS News correspondent Jeff Pegues explains how Roof was found and apprehended.
How can an average teenager suddenly become a hate-filled white supremacist? Christian Picciolini, a former neo-Nazi who has since reformed himself, explained how he was radicalized as a teenager. Picciolini shared his story to CBS News correspondent Dean Reynolds.
Both corporations and politicians increased their opposition to the Confederate flag. As Adriana Diaz reports, the flag is one step closer to coming down from South Carolina's capitol building.
"I felt like I might die," said one of the flight attendants who is suing the airplane maker
WikiLeaks released documents Tuesday that allege the U.S. National Security Agency targeted the presidents
As Charleston church shooting prompts Amazon.com and other retailers to remove Confederate flag items, sales of the divisive symbol surge
A former neo-Nazi skinhead, Christian Picciolini, was once recruited into racist activity much like Charleston shooting suspect Dylann Roof; he says it's even easier now in the Internet age
26-year-old Jewel Brangman is latest fatality tied to faulty airbags made by Japanese company
Brandon Vandenburg and Cory Batey, both convicted of multiple counts of aggravated rape and sexual assault, could be set free
A Texas woman taking part in an extreme athletic event was infected with a form of flesh-eating bacteria that left her blind in one eye. KTVT's Andrea Lucia reports.