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Federal officials monitoring the drums at Los Alamos National Laboratory said the drums are more stable
Dr. Oz, the popular doctor and TV host, has fired back at a group of doctors who wrote a letter demanding his resignation.
Adam Zyglis, the political cartonist for The Buffalo News, won another Pullitzer Prize for his memborable cartoons. Here are a few of his best.
To celebrate Tim Tebow's recruitment to the Philadelphia Eagles roster, a restaurant made a pretzel of the quarterback performing his signature pose. CBS Sports writer Will Brinson joins CBSN to discuss how Tebow will fit and which NFL team will be the one to watch this season.
4/20: Baltimore police provide few answers in death of Freddie Gray; Boston Marathon bombing amputee makes improbable journey
Freddie Gray suffered a fatal spinal injury after his arrest in Baltimore a week ago. Video captured the arrest involving six officers who have since been suspended pending an investigation; and, Rebekah Gregory lost her leg in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. On Monday, she participated in this year's marathon, running the last three miles and calling it "the hardest thing I've ever done."
While Tim Tebow makes arrangements to join the Philadelphia Eagles, a popular pretzel maker created something in anticipation
Highly infectious and deadly virus confirmed; experts say it's too early to predict impact on egg prices
A New Richmond police officer said he held back, despite a man charging him and saying repeatedly "shoot me"
Competitive eater Molly Schuyler, ate a table full of food in under 30 minutes
Rebekah Gregory, a victim of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, ran the last three miles of Monday's marathon
The Post and Courier won the Pulitzer Prize for its domestic violence series, while the Times and the Wall Street Journal won investigative journalism awards
A U.S. aircraft carrier is headed to Yemen amid reports that a convoy of Iranian ships may be carrying weapons to rebels fighting in Yemen.
An arrest report mentions potential knife-related charges, but there's little known publicly about how 25-year-old sustained such serious injuries in police custody
"All I can tell you is I'm appalled, he deserves to live life ever after in the United States," says a retired DEA agent
Men's champ Desisa, who won Boston Marathon year of the bombing, clocked in at 2:09:17; Rotich took lead mere yards from finish line, finishes in 2:24:55
Police have identified an Illinois mother who was found wrapped in plastic and stuffed in a storage bin. Officials say her baby was stolen but has since been found alive. "48 Hours" Crimesider reporter Michelle Sigona has the latest details.
Daniel Berehulak's intense images of Ebola in West Africa won the Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography; the Pulitzer for Breaking News Photography was awarded to the staff of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch for the Michael Brown story
One soldier found a cleaver way to surprise his son after returning home. He photobombed his school portrait, and the reaction is priceless.
A Washington Post reporter jailed by Iran, has now been charged with four counts by the country, including one count of espionage.
Sperm donor who fathered at least 3 dozen children wasn't the healthy, high-IQ catch he claimed to be, mothers allege