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Hundreds of people sued three major tobacco companies; deal affects lawsuits in federal but not state courts
Three men who live in Brooklyn, New York, have been arrested and are accused of supporting ISIS. They were arrested before at least two of them could join the terror group in Syria. CBS News correspondent Jeff Pegues joins CBSN with details of a raid that led to the arrests.
Surveillance video shows a New York City yellow cab driver getting out of a taxi. He walks to the back passenger door and appears to physically pull a pregnant woman from the back seat. WCBS-TV's Valerie Castro reports.
Officials say two of the men had plans to travel to Turkey in order to join with ISIS; third man allegedly operated domestic support network
Commuter train's collision with pickup truck on railroad tracks derailed 3 cars, injured dozens
Hakim Emmanuel has become a bowling celebrity after rolling only the 27th perfect 3-game stretch on record
The FCC is voting on changes to new "net neutrality" regulations. Net neutrality is the idea that the Internet should be accessible to all users. CNET's Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN to explain the ongoing debate.
"I was really worried about my baby," says pregnant passenger after alleged incident with yellow cab driver
Even though an estimated two-thirds of American women fall in the 14 to 24 size range, some say finding a high-fashion fit isn't as easy as it should be
For $24.99 per month, you can keep prying moms at bay by getting messages and handwritten notes from a made-up significant other
Homer Castor was arrested for crimes against an at-risk adult after the Saturday assault on 76-year-old Gerald Propp in a room they shared at a Colo. facility
Woman claims she wasn't hired because she was wearing a hijab; company has since settled similar cases, but keeps fighting Samantha Elauf in court
Eddie Ray Routh's defense team tried to paint a man crippled by PTSD, but many veterans aren't buying it
Spectacular aerial views of New York's frozen rivers and city scape
Smyrna and Riverdale High School basketball teams are sidelined this morning. Referees caught both squads playing to lose their games over the weekend. Don Dahler reports on the motives of the teams.
The driver of the pickup truck involved in Tuesday's commuter train crash in Southern California was arrested on felony hit-and-run charges. The impact of the crash left three train cars on their sides, with 28 injured. Omar Villafranca reports from Oxnard, California.
Guilty verdict caps emotional trial for deaths of famed "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle, his friend Chad Littlefield
Warnings for a new winter storm threat are up from Texas to Virginia. The South is getting rain, sleet and snow, while parts of New York are facing record-low temperatures. Jericka Duncan reports from Castile, New York, where a fountain looks more like an ice volcano.
The trial of Eddie Ray Routh ended with a very fast deliberation by the jury and a guilty verdict. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the case.
A Texas jury found Eddie Ray Routh guilty in the murder of former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle and his friend Chad Littlefield. The jury rejected Routh's insanity defense, and the judge handed down the mandatory sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole. Manuel Bojorquez reports from Stephenville, Texas.