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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
Another psychiatrist who interviewed James Holmes after the 2012 theater massacre said that he knew right from wrong
Authorities said the boy was rode a freight train for miles only to leave it and be struck by another train
After the successful launch of ship designed for a manned mission to Mars, the parachute fell apart exiting Earth's atmosphere. CBS Space Consultant Bill Harwood discussed the malfunction with CBSN.
At the G7 conference in Germany, President Barack Obama said military leaders still needed a strategy to keep Iraq out of ISIS hands. CBS News' Juan Zarate talked about the challenges on the ground.
A college student has developed a 20-watt laser beam capable of breaking balloons and setting things on fire. CBSN's Jeff Glor has a first look the new, and probably dangerous, technology.
Basketball great "Big Shot" Rob Horry discussed the upcoming documentary "Clutch City" about his back to back championship wins with the Houston Rockets. He sat down to talk with CBSN anchor Jeff Glor.
Albert Brady, who has been in solitary confinement since 1972 after being charged with the death of a prison guard, was ordered freed
6/08: Holes exposed in TSA terror watch list; Community demands firing of cop in Texas pool party incident
A new report found that the TSA doesn't have access to terrorist watch list data that would have flagged 73 airport workers; McKinney police officer Eric Casebolt was suspended after video was released showing his rough response to a disturbance at a Texas pool party.
After a white officer was placed on leave after a violent conflict with black teenagers, the community wants to know why it escalated
Sounding much like he did ten months ago, President Obama said Monday the U.S. still lacks a complete strategy to defeat ISIS. As CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett explains, the President put some of the blame on Iraqi leaders.