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A graduate student came across footage of the 1915 wreck that killed 844
"Fifty Shades of Grey" opens Friday, and the steamy love scenes are generating controversy because of the leading lady's "submissive" role. Lee Woodruff spoke to two famous and powerful women who say they are submissive in their marriages, but in a much different way.
Tuesday's announcements of Brian Williams's suspension from "NBC Nightly News" and Jon Stewart stepping down from "The Daily Show" are creating shockwaves throughout the media landscape. New York Times media columnist David Carr joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the impact.
Much of Prescott, Arizona, Kayla Mueller's hometown, is in shock over her death. Hardly anyone knew that she was being held by ISIS for the last 18 months. Ben Tracy reports on the reaction from the community.
Lottery officials hope the 3rd largest prize in history will reap greater interest and turn around slipping sales
Members of the Seattle Symphony surprised passengers on a delayed flight to Palm Springs. The string quartet broke out their instruments and played an impromptu concert. Charlie Rose reports.
It's been more than two months since someone has won Powerball's top prize, and the game hasn't seen a really big jackpot in almost a year. Revenue has dipped as a result, and lottery officials are hoping the drawing will change that. Michelle Miller reports.
Kyle Kraska, a popular sports reporter at CBS's San Diego affiliate KFMB, is recovering after he was shot multiple times Tuesday in his driveway. The shooting led to a manhunt and standoff, which ended in the capture of the suspect. Danielle Nottingham reports.
Opening statements begin Wednesday in the "American Sniper" murder trial, where former Marine Eddie Ray Routh is accused of killing Chris Kyle, the former Navy SEAL depicted in the Oscar-nominated movie. Routh's attorneys are expected to mount a defense based on insanity. Mark Strassmann reports from Stephenville, Texas.
Subways and commuter trains are running again in Boston, but the city is racing against the clock, as plows and shovels chip away at nearly six feet of snow. Another storm is expected on Thursday. Jericka Duncan reports on the growing problem of where to dump all that snow.
The White House confirmed Tuesday the death of Arizona woman and ISIS hostage Kayla Mueller. For the first time, President Obama also revealed that Mueller was one of the hostages U.S. forces tried to rescue in an unsuccessful mission in July. Major Garrett reports from the White House.
Surprise as Kayla Mueller mourned; enabling the deaf to "hear" using the tongue; movie version of "Fifty Shades of Grey" already sparking controversy
"The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart revealed Tuesday night that he will be leaving the program. He has been the face of one of the most popular TV shows for the last 16 years. Don Dahler reports.
"NBC Nightly News" anchor Brian Williams will be off the air until at least August. The network announced Tuesday night that Williams was suspended without pay for six months. Williams described a false version of an Iraq War incident multiple times, and the network's CEO called that mistake "inexcusable." Jeff Glor reports.
Chicago's Jackie Robinson West won America's hearts, but questions persisted over whether team played by the rules
Former Marine Eddie Ray Routh goes on trial for allegedly killing "American Sniper" Chris Kyle and friend; attorneys expected argue insanity
The city has well overspent their snow removal budget, but plows keep chipping away at nearly 6 feet of snow before a possible storm Thursday
"Fifty Shades of Grey" shows one meaning of the word, but for two well-known ladies, being passive has a completely different definition
Kyle Kraska, of CBS San Diego affiliate KFMB-TV, was shot outside his home in ritzy part of town
Walter Storey executed for fatally slitting neighbor's throat; two prior death sentences for same crime had been tossed