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In the aftermath of two convicted murderers escaping from a maximum-security prison in New York, we take a look at other high-profile fugitives and their shocking escapes from behind bars...
Crews corral the surviving pigs by their hind legs after truck traveling from South Carolina to Indiana overturns
Alfred Brown was convicted in 2005 for the deaths of a Houston police officer and a store clerk, who were killed during a 2003 robbery
After video shows McKinney police officer pinning black teen to ground and pulling gun on others, some say his actions were justified
The American women have never lost an opening World Cup match, but the win didn't come easy
East Hampton relies on accommodating visitors during summer; denying them a service they're used to has already caused a headache
Jon Stewart is known for using satire to criticize the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, but he is also a strong supporter of those serving in the military. Stewart and his team showed Jim Axelrod how they are helping veterans find jobs in the competitive field of entertainment.
Uber has pulled its services from the ritzy town after a local law was passed requiring cab companies to maintain a physical address there. Officials say the drivers were clogging the streets, but the move could cause headaches for visitors in the exclusive summer vacation spot. Michelle Miller reports on how town officials are defending their road rules.
Tensions rise after cell phone video airs of a police officer pointing a gun at black teens after breaking up a pool party in suburban McKinney, Texas
Demonstrators are planning more rallies in a Dallas suburb to denounce what they say is police brutality. Hundreds spoke out Monday against the video of a McKinney police officer throwing a teenage girl to the ground outside a pool party before pulling out his gun. Brian New of CBS station KTVT, who first brought the video to the attention of police, reports from McKinney, Texas.
A Senate committee on homeland security will meet Tuesday to discuss disturbing gaps in airport screening. It follows the release of a report showing the TSA failed to prevent dozens of airport workers with ties to terrorism from receiving access to secured areas of U.S. airports. Kris Van Cleave reports on the reason behind the lapse.
Health officials are racing to locate anyone who came in contact with a woman infected with a rare and potentially deadly form of tuberculosis. She flew from India to Chicago in April and spent time in Missouri and Tennessee. CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the scare.
Sources name a female prison employee who, according to a new report, was part of an inside job to break out Richard Matt and David Sweat
There is new evidence that a prison escape in northern New York may have been an inside job. Sources tell CBS News that police are questioning a prison employee named Joyce Mitchell. Convicted killers David Sweat and Richard Matt are still on the run. Don Dahler reports from Dannemora, New York.
A woman is questioned about her links to escaped murderers, why Dennis Hastert might try to avoid trial, and Oscar Pistorius is getting out of jail early
Boston Police Commissioner William Evans and other law enforcement officials released video of the confrontation between terror suspect Usaamah Rahim and Boston police and FBI agents that led to Rahim's death.
Jon Stewart's program prepares military men and women for careers in the competitive landscape of entertainment
Family give update an on Tonya Carpenter, whose head bore the full force of a broken bat flying from home plate in Boston
Mother of 2, missing since 2003 like the other 6 people whose remains were found behind a strip mall, would be a grandmother today
The Red River's crest at Shreveport is expected to last two days before beginning to go down