Laverne Cox Gives CBS2's Dana Tyler A Sneak Peak At Her Role In 'Doubt'The new court drama "Doubt," starring Katherine Heigl and Elliot Gould, premieres Wednesday night on CBS at 10 p.m.
Two Prison Employees Released, Delaware Officials Communicating With Hostage TakersPrison guards have been taken hostage by inmates at a maximum security facility in Delaware.
Beloved Television Icon Mary Tyler Moore Dead At 80Mary Tyler Moore, the star of two of TV's best-loved sitcoms, has died. She was 80.
Cardinal Tobin Installed As Leader Of Newark ArchdioceseThe 1.5 million Roman Catholics in the Newark archdiocese welcomed a cardinal as their new shepherd Friday.
A Monumental Engineering Feat, The Lincoln Tunnel Turns 79Seventy-nine years ago Thursday, the very first tube of the Lincoln Tunnel, connecting New Jersey and New York City, opened to traffic.
Police: Suspect In Ambush-Style Killings Of 2 Iowa Officers In CustodyPolice said both Des Moines area officers were shot and killed while sitting in their patrol cars.
NYPD, Prosecutors Probe Claim That Anthony Weiner Sent Explicit Messages To Girl, 15The NYPD and other authorities confirmed Thursday afternoon that they are investigating the latest claims against Anthony Weiner.
Seen At 11: Passport Problems Could End Your Vacation Before It StartsYou've planned every last detail of your dream vacation, but imagine arriving at the airport and being told you can't go because your passport is invalid.
'Willy Wonka' Star Gene Wilder Dead At 83Gene Wilder, the star of such comedy classics as "Young Frankenstein'' and "Blazing Saddles,'' has died. He was 83.
Florida Governor: 4 Zika Cases Likely Came From Local MosquitoesGov. Rick Scott said Friday that one woman and three men in Miami-Dade and Broward counties likely contracted the virus through mosquito bites.
Historic Stonewall Inn Dedicated As National MonumentLocal and federal officials joined members of the LGBT community at a dedication ceremony officially designating the historic Stonewall Inn as a national monument to gay rights.
Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton React To Brexit VoteTrump hailed the vote, drawing parallels to the anger driving his own presidential campaign, while Clinton said the economic uncertainty sparked by the choice "underscores the need for calm, steady, experienced leadership in the White House.''