"He belongs to the government": Families adjust to Marines returning from war
Spouses and children talk about coping with the absence of a service member, and the difficulties that come with reuniting
Illegal northern border crossings up 142 percent from last year
The 5,525-mile-long U.S.-Canada border, the longest and busiest land boundary in the world, presents challenges to law enforcement
Dozens shot across Chicago in spate of overnight violence
Two of the victims have died and the others were hospitalized with injuries
Iranian activist says government wanted to "break" women who joined campaign
"I took off my hijab and I say louder-- no to compulsory hijab," said Masih Alinejad
Fantastic Negrito on struggling, succeeding and his three musical lives
Musician who nearly died into 1999 now has a new album, "Please Don't Be Dead"
Meet the astrophysicist who inspired NASA's first solar probe
The Parker Solar Probe will fly through the sun's outermost atmosphere – the first spacecraft ever to do so
Protesters rally at NRA headquarters in Virginia
The protest is intended to honor and remember victims of gun violence, and serve as a call to action for political leaders to strengthen gun safety...
Warren calls criminal justice system "racist" from "front to back"
Warren is considered a possible 2020 presidential candidate
Fantastic Negrito performs “The Duffler”
Musician Xavier Dphrepaulezz was 45 when he created his alter ego, Fantastic Negrito. Last year, his album “The Last Days of Oakland,” won a...
Jobs, Wozniak -- and Wayne? What happened to the third co-founder of Apple
"I don't own an Apple product," said Ronald Wayne, "not even an iPhone"
Authorities "looking into everything" in search for missing Iowa student
University of Iowa sophomore Mollie Tibbetts was last seen July 18 on her daily run
An essential challenge in parenthood: Teaching our kids to leave us
"CBS This Morning" co-host John Dickerson explores the defining lessons for both children and their parents when kids go to camp