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People online are calling out actress Gwyneth Paltrow for accepting a food bank's challenge to buy one week's worth of groceries using food stamps. CBSN's Elaine Quijano and Vladimir Duthiers report.
One person has been shot and killed on the campus of Wayne Community College in North Carolina. Police are still searching for the gunman. CBS Radio News reporter Jim Krasula joins CBSN with the latest developments.
Police are searching for a driver who hit actor Ryan Reynolds with a car before driving off. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Elaine Quijano have the details of the accident.
Facebook page created in the hopes of reuniting Illinois families with their pets that may have run off when the tornadoes hit
Gallup-Healthways survey finds more than 14 million have gained coverage since Obamacare went into effect
A judge will decide whether Arias, 34, will be eligible for release after 25 years or serve the rest of her life behind bars
Lawyers also urge judge to disregard "colorful" claims by Zacarias Moussaoui about al Qaeda's ties to Saudis
"This fascination that we have with handguns... has to stop," police chief says
Brooks is a political and cultural Op-Ed columnist for The New York Times. In "The Road to Character," Brooks argues we have made a wrong turn when it comes to personal morality and that our society is becoming more shallow and self-centered. But he believes some of the world’s great leaders and thinkers show us how to get back on track. Brooks joins “CBS This Morning” to weigh in on some of the 2016 presidential candidates and his book.
"Careless actions of a single pilot have the potential to escalate tensions between countries," Pentagon says
It doesn't take a superpower to take down the U.S. in a brutal cyber attack. That's part of the message uncovered in Sunday night's "60 Minutes," where Steve Kroft investigated the devastating attack on Sony Pictures. Kroft asked cyber security expert and FireEye COO Kevin Mandia about future threats to American companies.
In January, they said they were unwilling to change their parenting style, but now it seems they have no choice
Some say it builds independence, but others claim it is negligent. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss free-range parenting and what the law says about how parents raise their children.
Warning: Images from video above may be disturbing. Sheriff's deputies in Panama City Beach, Florida, are searching for two men accused in a gang rape on a crowded beach. Two other suspects have already been charged. A group assaulted an apparently unconscious woman in the middle of the day during spring break last month, but no one intervened. It was caught on cell phone video. Anna Werner reports on the new details.
The Meitiv parents practice what they call "free-range" parenting, which they claim builds independence. Child protective services held their 10- and 6-year-old children for hours after they were spotted playing alone in a park Sunday. As Chip Reid reports, this is the third time the parents have come under fire for letting their children walk around unsupervised.
In Oklahoma, a graphic video from a body camera shows the deadly shooting of Eric Harris, an unarmed black man and convicted felon. Police brought in by the Tulsa County Sheriff's Department are investigating. They say an unpaid volunteer reserve deputy, Robert Bates, meant to use a taser, but fired his gun instead. Elaine Quijano reports on why police filed no charges.
South Carolina officials are considering more charges in the deadly police shooting of Walter Scott. A disturbing video captured the moment Scott was gunned down after a routine traffic stop. Despite quick action in charging former officer Michael Slager, there are still lingering questions about whether other officers on the scene did everything they could to save Scott's life. Vicente Arenas reports.
Hillary Clinton's campaign strategy; Marco Rubio to make it official; comeback for Myspace?
Bay County, Florida, sheriff told reporters he's seen many spring break excesses over the years, but this left him disgusted
Questions remain whether other officers on scene did everything they could to save Walter Scott's life as new dash cam audio emerges