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A judge ruled there is insufficient evidence against a man convicted of killing a North Carolina teenager and putting her body in the Susquehanna River
How do you propose to your significant other if you're a cop? Have her pulled over. In Galveston, Texas, a dash cam captured Gregory Parris' unusual proposal tactic. Gayle King reports.
Glendive, Montana residents line up to receive bottled water after elevated levels of benzene were found near Yellowstone oil spill
Officials say 33-year-old was on a flight from Jordan to JFK airport when she delivered a 6-pound, 5-ounce girl
Up to 30 people injured, and as many as 20 sent to the hospital, one in serious condition; one of the buses in the crash was empty
Rep. Kevin McCarthy of California joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss the key issues that leave Democrats and Republicans at odds, and how the two parties can find common ground.
The White House had some fun on Twitter before President Obama's State of the Union address, hinting that he would wear his infamous tan suit. Sen. Joni Ernst and First Lady Michelle Obama also got plenty of attention for their wardrobe choices. Gayle King reports.
Lawmakers in California are preparing to roll out legislation that would allow terminally ill patients to control their own deaths. They will be joined by the family of Brittany Maynard, the woman with terminal brain cancer who ended her own life in Oregon and set off a national debate. John Blackstone spoke with Maynard's mother about the family's emotional end-of-life choices.
The alleged victim claims she was drugged at an Alpha Delta Phi party and has no memory of the alleged assault. Police have appealed to other students who may have seen what happened. Anna Werner reports with the court documents that give new insight.
In an appearance on "CBS This Morning," Vice President Joe Biden commented on the investigation of the New England Patriots allegedly supplying under-inflated footballs in their playoff win against the Indianapolis Colts.
Vice President Joe Biden joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss President Obama's State of the Union address and recent reports of shots fired near his Delaware home.
President Obama is laying out an ambitious plan of action for his final two years in office. He starts a two-day trip to lobby for his proposals from Tuesday night's State of the Union address. Major Garrett reports on the highlights.
5 workers infected in Disney theme park-linked measles outbreak; controversy deepens over balls used in Patriots NFL playoff game; to-do list coming out of Obama's State of the Union address
Alleged victim says she was drugged and attacked, and while police investigate, there will be no recruiting, events or parties for Alpha Delta Phi
One dead, one hurt in demolition accident but what could toll have been had it happened when road was busier?
Created by the group One Hundred Black Men of America in 2004, The Eagle Academy for Young Men is a unique school with a strategy that could be saving lives
Report: 11 of New England's 12 balls in playoff game vs. Indianapolis were under-inflated; CBSSports.com says Baltimore suspicious about its tilt with Pats
In the GOP response to the president, Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, calls for reforming the nation's tax code.
In the GOP response to the president, Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, asks Obama to sign the Keystone XL pipeline bill.
President Obama addressed the recent social unrest around race relations and law enforcement by asking Americans to "understand" the other side and work to find common ground