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Police have arrested 26-year-old Robert Christian Kemp for allegedly squeezing a toddler so hard that the little boy stopped breathing and died
Officials say rancher found wreckage in rough terrain; conditions of three people on board not known
Port Authority Police Lt. David Lim is one of only 16 survivors of the collapse of the North Tower of the World Trade Center
Jeremiah Jackson, 22, has been charged with the murder and robbery for allegedly beating and strangling 23-year-old Laura Araujo, whose body was found in a duffle bag
Holocaust Museum opens archive detailing mass murder by Hitler and his henchmen and lesser-known cases from across Europe and Asia
Lawyer for woman seen being punched by officer: "How can you give away files about someone injured ... to the very people who beat her?"
Kevin Jarman suffered broken ankle during a 2011 arrest for shoplifting; it's not the first time he's received payouts from city
An attorney for the woman accused of manslaughter in the death of Forrest Hayes says she had no reason to kill the Google executive because he was a source of income for her
Kevin Lee Mosele, 20, accused of threatening to kill flight attendants and saying he was "going to set off a bomb"
Rakeem Williams, 25, is accused of leaving a stolen 9mm handgun loaded with hollow point bullets in his 11-month-old daughter's bag
Facility in Santa Clara, California, is a way for the clothing maker to weave its legacy into a larger game-plan for revival
On the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, a look back at CBS News anchor Walter Cronkite's report on the historic mission.
Robbers take women hostage; cars, houses hit with bullets during the chase
Tariq Khdeir arrives in Florida after getting caught up in Palestinian protests; he asks supporters to remember his slain cousin
Alix Tichelman, 26, is being held on $1.5 million bail after a judge refused to release her own on her own recognizance. Tichelman's attorney says the alleged high-end prostitute had no reason to kill Google executive Forrest Hayes with an overdose of heroin. Danielle Nottingham reports.
In a politically charged storyline, Riverdale's favorite redhead dies taking a bullet for his gay friend, a senator pushing for more gun control. High-profile deaths of comic book characters have become common, and some wonder whether this is just a marketing strategy.
Authorities say John Middleton killed victims because he feared they would report his drug activity; he maintained his innocence to the end
Take a look back at CBS News anchor Walter Cronkite's coverage of the dramatic liftoff and historic moon landing
The U.S. Marines recently tested out a prototype version of the Ultra Heavy-Lift Amphibious Connector in the waters off of Oahu, Hawaii. The new vehicle is expected to be the next generation of ship-to-shore transport for the U.S. Navy, and can carry a payload of almost 200 tons.
Redheaded comic book hero Archie was born during World War II, yet he was only in his 20s when he died Wednesday