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Family members of Mississippi man Otis Byrd have said Byrd wouldn't have killed himself
The newly opened One World Trade Center observatory is the crown jewel on America's tallest building
The Brevard County Sheriff's Office interviewed Kim Hallock hours after she says she and ex-boyfriend Charles "Chip" Flynn were abducted from a local park and taken to a remote orange grove where Flynn was shot. Listen to excerpts of the 43-minute interview conducted on April 4, 1989.
Sabrina Gordon fell 36 feet from the FreeDrop USA attraction at the San Bernardino County Fair
The most compelling photos from the week's news, May 23-29, 2015
Hundreds of people lined the streets to be among the first to pay a visit
A record crop of apples, coupled with West Coast port slowdown, is taking a toll on apple growers
Social media apps are tracking your location all the time. CNET's Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN with more on whether you can hide from it.
Top Stories: Texas flooding; FIFA scandal; Bounce house takes flight; Queen opens Parliament; Shake Shack; Elizabeth Moss; U.S. women's soccer.
Protesters are planning to hold a Prophet Muhammad drawing contest outside an Arizona mosque that was frequented by two gunmen who attacked a similar event in Garland, Texas. CBS News homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues has details of how police are preparing for the event.
A police officer whose patrol car was stuck in floodwaters was rescued by crews in Sachse, Texas. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Elaine Quijano show us the rescue caught on tape.
Waitress Mariana Villarreal barely knows Don Thomas, a longtime regular who lost both of his kidneys to cancer
Before she was Baltimore's top prosecutor, Marilyn Mosby once appeared on an episode of "Judge Judy" in 2000. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Elaine Quijano have the details.
More car and truck models are identified in the Takata air bag recall, JPMorgan Chase is cutting jobs, and Walmart is the most-visited place in America. CBS News MoneyWatch's Jill Wagner joins CBSN with the day's business headlines.
Hovercraft helps Dallas woman out of submerged car; Oklahoma man swept off a bridge by floodwaters is rescued - then jailed
20-year-old woman picks punishment offered by Cleveland-area judge who embraces principle of "an eye for an eye"
For the second year in a row, America's best spellers are sharing a championship trophy. The Scripps National Spelling Bee ended last night in an unusual tie. Chip Reid reports from National Harbor, Maryland where the drama lasted well into the evening.
For the next three months, airport customs and border agents will test facial recognition that aims to identify foreigners who stay in the United States too long. Kris Van Cleave reports from Washington Dulles International Airport on how the new technology has some worried anonymity will be a thing of the past.
Record-breaking rain is bringing new danger to the southern Plains. Texas officials asked hundreds of people to evacuate their homes overnight due to new flash flooding. Forecasters say drenching downpours from Kansas to Texas may bring more flash floods through tomorrow night. Don Dahler reports.
Record-setting rain drenched the city overnight forcing dozens of rescues. One firefighter carried a young boy out of his apartment building. The water quickly rose as high as people's necks. The Weather Channel’s David Malakoff reports from the middle of the flooding.