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At 10 p.m. Thursday night, a person produced a gun and shot the two people during the Muses parade, police spokesman Frank Robertson said
A U.S. Coast Guard ice-breaker is racing to rescue an Australian fishing boat stranded in frozen Antarctic waters. The vessel and 26 crew members are stuck 900 miles northeast of the McMurdo Sound. Jeff Glor reports.
A look back at the week that was on "CBS This Morning."
FBI director James Comey spoke candidly on Thursday about the strained relationship between police and minority communities. New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton joins "CBS This Morning" to reflect on Comey's comments and the issue of societal bias.
Eleven children are safe after a horrifying 14 minutes on a runaway school bus in Minnesota. The driver had a medical emergency and couldn't drive. The bus swerved along roads and even drove through a ditch. Elaine Quijano reports on what the police had to do to bring the bus to a stop.
Boston braces for yet another big snowstorm; Obama, tech giants' execs huddle at cyber-security summit; the trek of Valentine's Day flowers
David Carr collapsed in the New York Times newsroom Thursday and could not be revived. Times executive editor Dean Baquet called Carr "the finest media reporter of his generation." Carr appeared on "CBS This Morning" just two days ago. Charlie Rose reports.
Coastal Maine and Massachusetts are under another blizzard watch. A new storm threatens to dump a foot of snow or more on areas that are still recovering from record-breaking snowfall. Nicole Jacobs of CBS station WBZ reports from Boston.
As the “American Sniper” murder trail enters its third day, jurors have more insight about what happened moments after former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle was killed. Prosecutors showed a dramatic video of the suspect, Eddie Ray Routh, speeding away from police. Manuel Bojorquez reports from the courthouse in Stephenville, Texas.
Police in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, say Craig Stephen Hicks shot and killed three young Muslims Tuesday in an apartment. The motive is still under investigation, but the victims' family claims this is a hate crime. Vicente Arenas reports.
The journey to impress your loved one starts in Colombia, and getting those flowers to the U.S. on time and looking so fresh isn't easy
Much of New England waking up to deep freeze as new blizzard watch covers many areas still reeling from record-breaking snowfall
Carr, who wrote the newspaper's popular Media Equation column, died Thursday, the Times reported
President Obama appeared in a special BuzzFeed video where he made a few funny faces and used a selfie stick, in an effort to tout Obamacare for younger audiences. However, some Republicans are accusing him of diminishing the presidency.
Some Marines hospitalized after mishap, military statement says
Policeman who arrested Eddie Ray Routh testifies at murder trial suspect said he had "taken a couple of souls" and intended to take more
Bob Simon's way with words was so extraordinary that calling him a wordsmith doesn't do him justice. "CBS Evening News" anchor Scott Pelley, a colleague of Simon's for years at "60 Minutes," remembers Simon as a courageous reporter with an unrivaled ability to bring a story to life; and, In honor of the late Bob Simon, the "CBS Evening News" aired a condensed version of his popular "60 Minutes" piece: Joy in the Congo.
A federal judge in Alabama is ordering Mobile County to start issuing marriage licenses for same-sex couples.
CBS News White House correspondent Bill Plante reflects on the life of his longtime friend and colleague, 60 Minutes correspondent Bob Simon, who died in a car crash Wednesday night at age 73.
CBS News White House correspondent Bill Plante offers some thoughts on his friend and colleague Bob Simon