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At least eight people are dead and dozens more hurt after attackers opened fire at a museum in Tunisia. CBS News correspondent Charlie D'Agata joins CBSN with the latest on the situation.
"Now he has seen more of the country than me," says S.C. owner after stowaway cat was found in a U-Haul trailer 2,000 miles away
Alleged racial slur from Florida high school teacher infuriates family, who says punishment doesn't go far enough
Police said in a statement Wednesday that 18-year-old Eh Lar Doh Htoo is charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill
Los Angeles police say more than a dozen empty beer cans were found around area where 30-year-old fell
Police say informant's computer "yielded information on two victims whose images would rise to the level of criminal action"
Devon Still of the Cincinnati Begnals says after nine months of treatment, his 4-year-old daughter may be free of cancer. Leah was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroblastoma last June. Jeff Glor reports.
One of the nation's most popular collegiate programs doesn't involve basketball or football. The women's gymnastics team at the University of Utah attracts the highest average attendance in women's college sports almost every year. Omar Villafranca takes us inside the sport that's drawing record crowds.
As the Housed Armed Services Committee is examining President Obama's request to formally authorize force against the terror group ISIS, CBS News contributor and Republican strategist Frank Luntz gathered a focus group to look at the ISIS threat and how Americans think the government should respond. Luntz joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the heated conversation.
The charge for Susan Berman's murder has brought the mysteries surrounding Robert Durst back into the spotlight. After Durst's apparent confession on the HBO documentary, "The Jinx," investigators may also be looking at Durst in the disappearance of two teenage girls in California in the mid-'90s. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Kraft is recalling more than 6.5 million boxes of its original flavor of macaroni and cheese. Some customers found small pieces of metal in the packaging. The recall reaches into the Caribbean and South America in addition to the U.S. and Puerto Rico. Anna Werner reports.
The controversial campaign is aimed at tackling race issues in America, but the movement is already facing stinging criticism on social media. Advertising Age deputy managing editor Natalie Zmuda joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the brewing controversy.
The letter was intercepted before it was delivered to the White House, and more tests are being ordered to confirm the poison. The Secret Service will not comment on the criminal investigation into the origins of the letter. Major Garrett reports from the White House.
Death threats against Caroline Kennedy; letter to White House tentatively tests positive for deadly poison; should U.S. oil export ban be lifted?
Missouri executes its oldest death row inmate, 74, despite claims a brain injury left him with a diminished mental capacity
Gunfire rang out in what cops call high-crime area in center of Stockton
The Secret Service says an envelope addressed to the White House that arrived at an off-site mail facility Monday showed a "presumptive positive" for cyanide.
Secret Service says second test of envelope showed "presumptive positive" for deadly chemical
3/17: Penn State frat suspends frat over "disturbing" photos; Researcher seeks to find out why penguins waddle
A former member of Kappa Delta Rho at Penn State told police about an invitation only Facebook page that featured images of women who were passed out or asleep, in various states of undress, some of them in sexual poses; and, it's one of nature's great mysteries: Why do penguins waddle? The question is getting some answers thanks to a research project taking place at the London Zoo.
CBS News' James Brown talks about 24-year-old NFL player Chris Borland's decision to retire due to concussion concerns.