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National Park Service and Secret Service will install temporary security measures before permanent renovations to D.C. landmark begin next year
Second time in less than 2 weeks the state released a condemned man due to new questions about his guilt
Former FBI agent Phillip Mudd says Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud represented a more serious threat than a typical homegrown jihadist
3 men, 2 women found dead after standoff in what may have started as dispute over family business
A group of prominent doctors want Columbia University to dismiss Dr. Mehmet Oz from its faculty, citing what they call an "egregious lack of integrity" for promoting "quack treatments."
Amid criticism and the launch of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, the Clinton Foundation has changed its policy on accepting money from foreign governments. CBS News correspondent Julianna Goldman has the details.
It is unclear what caused the shooting, but may have escalated from words exchanged between the suspect and the deputy
The little-known drug was legal, described as "wonderful," and even prescribed by psychiatrists
Carrie Underwood or Blake Shelton? Here are the top 10 Country music artists.
Google has compiled data on the most searched Country music artists, broken down by state.
Officials say ISIS may have targeted an American doctor shot in Pakistan due to her nationality.
LAPD searching for at least one suspect after multiple shootings, possible stabbing attack
Philip Mudd, author of "The Head Game" and former deputy director of the CIA Counter-Terrorist Center talks to Jeff Glor about tracking potential terrorists.
SpaceX has released a new video showing the company's attempt to land the Falcon-9 rocket on a barge after its launch.
Joe Levy, editor-at-large, Billboard Magazine talks to CBSN's Jeff Glor about the emergence of content on YouTube and Vine. Levy explains that social consuming and curated media is the future.
4/13: Gyrocopter flight over Capitol exposed security flaws; millennials' saving habits help debunk stereotype
In some of the most restricted airspace in the country, Doug Hughes was able to fly his gyrocopter on the lawn of the U.S. Capitol; though sometimes portrayed as moochers living off their parents, young adults are actually saving more money than other age groups.
Britt McHenry, apparently frustrated over the towing of her vehicle, laid into the tow company's cashier and the video has gone viral
Although adolescent use of traditional cigarettes have dropped noticeably, electronic cigarettes have made up for any decline
Officials are missing documentation that Robert Bates was certified to carry the revolver he used to fatally shoot an unarmed man
Kim Richards, of the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," was arrested after alleged "drunken rampage"