Theodore McCarrick resigns from College of Cardinals in wake of abuse allegations
Pope Francis accepted his resignation and ordered him to conduct a "life of prayer and penance" in a home to be designated by the pontiff until a...
"Homes were exploding": Residents describe deadly blaze roaring through Northern California
What was described as a wall of flames tore through two towns before it jumped the Sacramento River and reached the city of Redding
GDP growth touted as “historic” by Trump is anything but
Quarterly expansion of 4.1 percent is impressive, but it's not unprecedented, while the economy has been growing since 2009
Man charged with intentionally starting nine Southern California fires
All nine fires were set Wednesday in the Idyllwild, Anza and Sage areas east of Los Angeles, and one became the Cranston Fire that has grown to 18...
Trump denies advance knowledge of son's meeting with Russian lawyer
Trump's longtime attorney is reportedly willing to tell special counsel that the presidential candidate knew about the meeting in advance
North Korea hands over remains of Korean War soldiers to U.S.
"Now, we will prepare to honor our fallen before they continue on their journey home," U.S. Forces Korea commander Gen. Vincent K. Brooks says
Michael Cohen claims Trump knew in advance of 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Russian attorney
Trump's former personal lawyer is willing to talk with special counsel about it, CBS News' Paula Reid reports
Joaquin Castro on twin brother's possible 2020 run
On CBS News podcast, Democratic Texas congressman talks with Major Garrett about urging his brother, former HUD Secretary Julian Castro, to take on...
Cyclist who flew off road into a ditch determined to finish Tour de France
The Texan fractured his scapula in the accident, but is determined to keep going, and make a difference
Feds say 711 immigrant children can't be reunited with parents ahead of deadline
The government announced Thursday evening that 1,820 children have been reunited with their parents, while 711 children remain in custody
Son of Korean War soldier hopes to finally lay his father to rest
Hal Downes was a radar operator in the back of an Air Force bomber which went down during a mission over North Korea in 1952
Colorado widow battling late husband's insurance company over marijuana
Insurance company reduced the payments because Adam Lee had marijuana in his system when he died