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In Palo Alto, five cameras installed in every regular beat officer's patrol car captures a 270-degree field of view that can be used for evidence and accountability. As Bob Orr reports, the city's police chief says the camera system is already making a difference.
Demonstrations continued overnight in Berkeley, Missouri, to protest the killing of a black teen by a white police officer. Neither the officer's dashcam or body camera were activated, leaving some to doubt the police department's version of events.
The NYPD says there have been dozens of threats against its officers ever since two of their own were murdered on Saturday. Police say they've made multiple arrests, include one that yielded a cache of firearms. Jericka Duncan reports.
Although critics have panned it, moviegoers are expressing pride as a reason for seeing "The Interview." Seth Rogan, the star and co-director of the film, made a surprise appearance to thank fans at a screening in Los Angeles. As Ben Tracy reports, it's still unclear if Sony will make its money back.
The agency's latest mishap with the Ebola virus underlines a year that saw a litany of mistakes
The president and first lady mark Christmas with family traditions and a visit with service members and their families at Marine Corps Base Hawaii
Volunteers across New York City helped feed thousands of homebound elderly residents on Christmas Day. CBS News' Kris Van Cleave accompanied Citymeals-on-Wheels helpers as they prepared, packed up and delivered food and good cheer.
Police cruisers in Palo Alto, Calif., are helping to keep officers accountable with cameras that capture a nearly 360 degree view of traffic stops
Many continue to pay their respects at the memorial to officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu as funerals are planned
Volunteers help feed thousands of those less fortunate on Christmas Day
Millions of high school students patiently wait to hear from colleges they apply to every year. We found one incoming freshman, who's more excited than any we'd ever met. Steve Hartman shows us why on "CBSN."
A terminally ill basketball player gets to live out her dream by playing an NCAA game. Meet the opposing team who let her shine. Steve Hartman has more on "CBSN."
Steve Hartman takes us inside his home on "CBSN."
According to a report, the two argued about how close they were seated, and the attacker pulled out a knife and stabbed the victim multiple times
Queens man arrested; police say weapons cache found at home included shotgun, pistol, brass knuckles
Moviegoers ventured out to see “The Interview” after Sony reversed course and went ahead with the Christmas Day release. For many in the audience, seeing the movie is a way of standing up for their rights as American citizens. Marlie Hall reports.
Anthony Lemons, 40, had sought to clear his name and said a burden was lifted from him as a Cuyahoga County judge acquitted him
Tensions flare after armed teenager was killed by police in Berkeley, Mo, near Ferguson where months of protests took place
Chicago Police Department spokeswoman Amina Greer says the shooting occurred on the mezzanine level of a Red Line "El" station on the city's South Side
Controversial Sony film is out online and hitting theaters; another night of demonstrations after police shooting near Ferguson; CDC lab in Ebola slip-up