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A judge officially overturns the conviction of civil rights activists decades later. CBSN's Elaine Quijano has the details.
Internet giant previews new Super Bowl ad starring young golden retriever but dog lovers were not amused
Fifty-four-years ago, the eight college students and one civil rights organizer were convicted of trespassing and protesting at McCrory variety store in Rock Hill, S.C.
Media day allows the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots to meet reporters ahead of the big game, but the unconventional talk is not always about football. Jan Crawford reports from the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
North Texas school district investigating after elementary students were allegedly forced to expose their underwear for inspection
Friend of Jessica Hernandez says Denver police fired before she struck officer with vehicle
Bart the cat appeared to be lifeless after it was hit by a car and his owner buried him in a shallow grave
Numerous pregnant women in Connecticut would have probably preferred to wait until the driving wind and snow passed, but had no choice
Tommy Thompson was the first to retrieve some of the greatest lost treasure in American history - then he vanished after a legal battle
Marissa Alexander on Tuesday was sentenced to the 1,095 days she has already served in jail after pleading guilty to three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for the 2010 shooting
Nolan Michael Burch was among 20 pledges who received a bottle of liquor at Kappa Sigma initiation in November
Boxing stars meet at Heat game; Bout between the two would almost certainly be the richest ever in sport's history
Fifty-four years ago, nine activists from Rock Hill, South Carolina, went to jail for their roles in a civil rights protest. On Wednesday, the eight surviving activists of "Friendship 9" will leave the courthouse with clean records, in what will be just one more step in righting the wrongs of the past. Michelle Miller reports.
Coastal Massachusetts was hit especially hard by the 2015 blizzard
The drone that crashed onto the White House South Lawn has raised questions about the threats posed by small flying drones. Chip Reid speaks to Drone Shield founder Brian Hearing who is trying to keep up with the looming threat from the air.
Dire predictions of two feet of snow in New York City turned out to be way off. Jim Axelrod reports on how meteorologists guessed so wrong.
A jury in Nashville convicted Cory Batey and Brandon Vandenburg, two former Vanderbilt University football players, in just three hours. The defense argued that the men were too drunk to know what they were doing and blamed college culture. Gayle King reports.
Jordan-ISIS deal imminent?; New England facing bitter cold post-blizzard; robots looking inside volcanoes
Allenby insists that he was drugged, kidnapped and beaten in Honolulu earlier in January, despite potential holes in his story. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Meteorologist Megan Glaros of Chicago station WBBM is tracking the latest forecast.