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President Obama and the first lady say the holiday season is a chance to “reconnect with the values that bind us together”.
Mayor of Berkeley, Missouri, urges calm after police shooting: "You couldn't even compare this with Ferguson or the Garner case in New York"
Police say victim was shot to death at close range less than 2 hours before mall was to close; suspect in custody
Violent storms struck just as millions were preparing to celebrate the holidays, killing at least four in Mississippi Tuesday night. Jericka Duncan reports.;A Washington, D.C. woman is continuing her annual tradition of organizing a pajama drive for foster children. Kathy Jackson told CBS News she was inspired to start the drive after her battle with leukemia. Julianna Goldman reports.
A Washington, D.C. woman is continuing her annual tradition of organizing a pajama drive for foster children. Kathy Jackson told CBS News she was inspired to start the drive after her battle with leukemia. Julianna Goldman reports.
Christmas midnight masses were held at the Vatican and in Bethlehem. Pope Francis presided over a mass in St. Peter’s Basilica reminding the congregation of the reason for the season. Jim Axelrod reports.
As sales of drones soar, the FAA is worried about the safety problems they'll cause. Bob Orr reports on how the agency is trying to keep the airspace safe.
ISIS militants captured a Jordanian pilot from the U.S.-led coalition after his F-16 fighter jet crashed during a mission. As Debora Patta reports, there is growing concern over the pilot's welfare.
The mayor of Berkeley, Missouri, is appealing for calm following a violent protest that began after a white police officer shot and killed a black teenager who police say was armed with a gun. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Sony's "The Interview" is now playing at your fingertips. The company decided to release a director's cut version for people to stream online. Sony's decision comes after days of backlash. Ben Tracy reports.
The CDC released a statement Wednesday saying that it may have made mistakes which could have exposed a worker to the Ebola virus at their lab in Atlanta. Bob Orr reports.
Eric Fisher, WBZ's chief meteorologist, tracks the rain and wind that's still expected to impact parts of the Northeast.
Violent storms struck just as millions were preparing to celebrate the holidays, killing at least four in Mississippi Tuesday night. Jericka Duncan reports.
The FAA has created a video telling drone users what they can and cannot do with their flying machines
A detective with the San Jose Police Department explains the misconceptions people have about officers in riot gear
We dug into the CBS News archives to find a story on one of the first hacks of its kind. A man who went be the name "Captain Midnight" interrupted a movie on HBO with a message that bewildered viewers and alarmed the cable industry.
Deadly virus sample was sent to a less-secure lab by mistake; technician will be monitored for symptoms
NYPD increases security at some stationhouses and arrests at least 4 people over threats to police after deadly shootings of two officers
In one of the first hacks of its kind, a man by the name of "Captain Midnight" hijacked the cable company's signal
Viral video shows Boston terrier going round and round