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Check out a sneak peek of Wednesday's "CBS This Morning," including a fashion designer for the average woman.
15 people were hurt when a natural gas leak caused a house to explode in Stafford, New Jersey, The blast was captured by a police car's dashboard camera.
Hillary Clinton gave her first U.S. speech of 2015 Tuesday at a women's tech conference in Silicon Valley. Clinton addressed everything from the tech industry's glass ceiling to why she wouldn't make a good Oscars host.
During a spacewalk outside the International Space Station, astronaut Barry Wilmore snapped what may be the ultimate selfie, capturing Earth behind him and the reflection of fellow astronaut Terry Virts.
As expected, President Obama vetoed a bill Tuesday which approved the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline, passed by the Republican-controlled House and Senate. CBS News Congressional Correspondent Nancy Cordes explains why this doesn't come as much of a surprise.
The FCC is expected to vote Thursday to regulate the Internet as a public good, what's come to be known as net neutrality. Some lawmakers had considered trying to overturn that ruling, but Senate Commerce Committee chairman John Thune, R-South Dakota, said he will let it stand.
Jurors weighing evidence in the trial of Eddie Ray Routh, accused of killing "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle and friend Chad Littlefield
2/24: VA Secretary apologizes for special forces claim; 77-year-old grandmother is weightlifting champion
Veterans Affairs Secretary Bob McDonald has apologized for saying he served in the U.S. Army Special Forces. His original claim was heard on a "CBS Evening News" story that showed McDonald speaking to a homeless veteran on the streets of Los Angeles; and, there's a good chance Willie Murphy, 77, is stronger and more athletic than you are. Michelle Miller traveled to Rochester, New York to get a look at Murphy's intense routine.
According to the New York Post, an NYPD retraining program includes a clip of Patrick Swayze in the 1989 cult classic movie "Road House." In the movie, Swayze plays tough-guy Dalton, who's teaching his fellow bouncers how to handle unruly customers at a rowdy bar.
ESPN and Keith Olbermann are fighting again. The network suspended Olbermann after he engaged in a Twitter battle about Penn State University's dance marathon, which raises money for children with cancer.
Documents obtained by CBS News point to economic factors in the decision to exclude cargo pilots from measures meant to improve safety
Willie Murphy's workouts include dead-lifting more than twice her own weight and putting up 125 pounds on the bench press
Norah O’ Donnell joins CBSN to discuss her story about Lynsey Addario, a photojournalist who has traveled the world to document crisis.
Girl went to middle school wearing T-shirt that said she received a "good woopin'" for bad grades; mom wound up behind bars
A trade group representing plastic bag makers, believing the ban costs jobs, has collected enough signatures to force a vote on the law
A co-defendant of the ex-NFL star told police Hernandez put guns in a box in his basement after the killing
Attorney for convicted killer tries to sway sentencing panel with images of Jodi Arias from happier times
A Massachusetts boy's happy birthday became a sad one when someone loaded all his gifts into the wrong car
Suspect, Brian Williams, 25, jailed without bond on four counts of first-degree murder in shooting deaths
After tweeting the word "pitiful" in response to THON - an event that raised $13 million for cancer - the ESPN personality apologized