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The White House is going to great lengths to explain why it won't call the Paris terrorists "radical Islamists." As CBSN's Elaine Quijano and Michelle Miller report, Press Secretary Josh Earnest explains why.
Some people are looking in to cash in on the latest edition of Charlie Hebdo. One listing on eBay shows that the magazine is going for more than $1,000. CBSN's Elaine Quijanoa and Michelle Miller report.
Does not knowing what's on TV tonight qualify as an emergency? Police in Norwood, Massachusetts, clearly don't think so. CBSN's Elaine Quijano and Michelle Miller report.
Immigration attorney says Mohammed Gulab has been targeted with RPG's and death threats at home
Armed with new state law, pro-gun groups rapidly scaling up their attack on municipal firearms ordinances in Pennsylvania
Norwood, Mass. Police Department makes public plea after receiving unusual emergency call
Ten people are reported dead after a bus carrying 12 prisoners and 3 corrections officers went off a bridge, landed on a railway and was struck by a train
Gas prices may be at multi-year lows, but Detroit is still rolling out a fleet of new electric vehicles
Ahmed Abu Khatallah accused of being a ringleader of 2012 attacks that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans
Officials say two cotton-top tamarins died because a caretaker "overlooked" them and left them out in cold; 3rd monkey survives
Ciarria Johnson, 21, is reportedly charged with two counts of negligent homicide in the death of her children
A website allows customers to glitter bomb their enemies from the comfort of their own home. Michelle Miller and Elaine Quijano show how.
Group of practical jokers thought a prank against LAPD officers was harmless fun, but the department didn't see the humor
MillerCoors will begin selling a gluten-free version of Coors beer. Michelle Miller and Elaine Quijano show where the company will start testing it.
The measles outbreak is spreading fear well beyond California. One victim traveled to the Seattle-area for the holidays, flying there and back to California on two different airlines. The woman was not vaccinated. Carter Evans reports how she is the latest example of a controversial trend.
Florida teenager Jamal Rutledge went from suspect to hero for helping save the life of the police officer booking him. Surveillance video from the Fort Lauderdale Police Department shows Officer Franklin Foulks lean back and collapse. Police say the teen's quick action helped Foulks survive. Gayle King reports.
The NASCAR poster boy and former stock car champion appeared in court to testify that his former girlfriend, Patricia Driscoll, was a trained assassin. Driscoll filed for a protection of abuse order from Busch. Elaine Quijano reports.
A 3-year-old boy was waiting in his mother's car Wednesday when it was stolen. Mother Elizabeth Barrios called police, who devised a plan to return the boy safely. Bigad Shaban reports.
Is it possible to fall in love with someone by asking just 36 questions? Psychologist Arthur Aron brought together pairs of strangers and told them to ask each other a series of increasingly personal questions. Certified sex therapist Sari Cooper joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about the experiment.
"CBS This Morning" takes a looks at headlines from around the globe.