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Time magazine is celebrating what it considers the most influential people in the world. The "Time 100" list includes everyone from world leaders to fashion designers. Michelle Miller reports on how these leaders leave an impact.
Dozens of barrels and bottles of stolen, rare Kentucky bourbon have been recovered. Investigators say they've busted the alleged crime ring behind the notorious 2013 top-shelf liquor heist. Anna Werner reports on the story she's been following for almost two years.
A deputy U.S. Marshal is under investigation for allegedly smashing a woman's cell phone. Video shows the man apparently striking the phone out of the woman's hands. She was recording law enforcement activity near her home. John Blackstone reports on the trend of capturing officers on video.
Feds probe death of Baltimore man in police custody; Hubble telescope's early near disaster; Ben Affleck's regrets
Day two of the sentencing phase in the trial of convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev begins Wednesday morning. On Tuesday, the jury heard an emotional testimony from the family of Krystle Campbell recalling how they learned about her death in the attack. Don Dahler reports from Boston.
The Justice Department is investigating the deadly injuries a Baltimore man allegedly received in police custody. Baltimore police suspended the six officers involved in Freddie Gray's arrest. Another cell phone video gives new perspective of Gray's arrest, as he asks for officers for an inhaler and medical attention. Chip Reid reports.
A Washington judge will decide if John Hinckley, the man who tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan, is fit to be released from a mental institution. The hospital that has treated Hinckley for more than three decades says he is safe to go. Major Garrett reports from the scene of the assassination attempt.
Twenty people are hospitalized and one is dead due to a suspected botulism outbreak in Lancaster, Ohio, near Columbus. All of them attended a potluck dinner over the weekend at a church. CBS Columbus affiliate WBNS has the story.
She says she was recording him when it happened; her action was part of increasing trend of citizens documenting law enforcement activities
Another perspective on death of Freddie Gray, whose family says he suffered fatal spinal-cord injury in police custody
Approval of proposed stadium by one pits it against other in effort to lure league back to region; several teams seen as possibilities
Young people will have unprecedented power to shape the next Presidential race. But in this episode of "Crunching the Numbers," CBS News elections director Anthony Salvanto and John Della Volpe of Harvard's IOP show how Millennials' goals and choices may be a lot different than you think.
Graffiti artist KEL1ST's masterpieces are graphically bold, with an unlikely color palette unseen in the work of his peers; his work covered entire sides of MTA subway cars from 1977-1987
The Justice Department is launching an investigation into the death of Freddie Gray, the 25-year-old man who died after being arrested by Baltimore police. As Craig Boswell reports, Gray's arrest was captured on video but questions remain about how he was injured.
The U.S. Marshals service is looking into a video posted online that appeared to show an officer breaking a woman's cell phone as she tried to record video in Southern California.
Using the social media hashtag #KylieJennerChallenge, teens are posting photos and videos of their attempts to swell their lips like the 17-year-old reality star.
Health officials link the outbreak to a church picnic
A Florida professor is tracing the movement of sharks from the air. WFOR-TV’s David Sutta explains he was able to predict exactly when they arrive and leave.
"Full House" star John Stamos confirmed the rumors that the original cast of the 1990s sitcom will be reuniting for a spin-off called "Fuller House" on Netflix.
A little-known app took the Internet by storm Tuesday, quickly becoming one of the most popular programs on Apple's App Store. Myidol turns your selfies into animated cartoons.