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It's the only Catholic choir school in the U.S., and they only accept 12 new students each year
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President Obama announced that the U.S. would start normalizing relations with Cuba following the release of Alan Gross, a U.S. government subcontractor, from a Cuban prison and a prisoner swap between the two countries. Norah O'Donnell and Charlie Rose anchor a CBS News Special Report with reports from Margaret Brennan and Bob Schieffer.
Nearly everyone in the large Cuban exile community is happy Alan Gross was freed, but the normalizations of relations is hotly debated
World War II radio reports for CBS News under the direction of Edward R. Murrow set the standard for broadcast journalism
What does the release of Alan Gross mean for U.S.-Cuba relations? President Obama is expected to address the situation. CBS News senior White House correspondent Bill Plante joins CBSN with reaction from the White House.
Dramatic new video shows moments aboard American Airlines flight from South Korea to Dallas in which 14 were injured
A judge agreed that it would be "impossible" to find a fair and impartial jury in Decatur County, Tenn. where the kidnapping and killing of the nursing student took place
Hiawatha Robinson Jr. was arrested Tuesday, faces murder and sex charges
A California elementary school custodian who allegedly killed his wife before kidnapping his four children and engaging police in a standoff pleaded not guilty Monday
An American held for five years in a Cuban prison is now free. CBS News producer Portia Siegelbaum joins CBSN with the details of his release.
U.S. citizen Alan Gross was released from Cuba on humanitarian grounds. He's been held behind bars for five years. CBS News correspondent Margaret Brennan joins CBSN with more on what this means for U.S.-Cuba relations.
Obama administration officials say Alan Gross, an American prisoner in Cuba, has been released. It comes as part of a deal where American officials released three Cuban prisoners. Gross was arrested in 2009 and charged with bringing banned technology. Bill Plante reports from the White House on President Obama's plans to speak to the nation.
Floods in Northern California and rocks and debris falling on roadways in the south are the latest effects of much-needed rain there
Alan Gross was arrested in 2009 for bringing banned technology into the country.
On screen, Bradley Cooper stars in the new movie "American Sniper." On stage, he's the lead in a revival of "The Elephant Man." Cooper talks to "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose about his two projects and how "American Sniper" was his most challenging film yet.
Derby the dog was born with deformed front legs, but thanks to prosthetics made from a 3D printer, he can run like the wind. Norah O'Donnell reports.
"CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of the day's headlines from around the globe.
The1962 prison break from the notorious Alcatraz prison is still one of America's great mysteries. John Blackstone reports on Dutch scientists who have new evidence showing the men might have floated to freedom.
A routine traffic stop that turned deadly for Charles Eimers in Key West is under review again after new video evidence highlighted inconsistencies in police officers' accounts of what happened. Elaine Quijano reports on why the victim's family thinks the death was more than an accident.