Double Explosions Outside Turkey Soccer Stadium Leave Dozens DeadAt least 29 people were killed and more than 160 were injured.
African-American History On Display At Newly Opened National MuseumPresident Obama spoke at the dedication ceremony telling the crowd in attendance that the museum would help tell a "richer and fuller" story of African Americans.
Pope Francis Appoints Panel To Study Possibility Of Female DeaconsPope Francis has given his blessing to a panel to begin to consider the idea of women in the clergy.
Health Watch: Tips For Picking The Right Sunscreen For YouHow to choose the best sunscreen to prevent against harmful summer sunburns.
Study: Laundry Detergent Packet Poisonings On The Rise In KidsThe colorful packets can be a convenient way to do the laundry, but to a toddler they can look like candy.
New ‘Smart’ Contact Lens Could Improve Vision, Predict Glaucoma RiskA new type of contact lens promises to do more than help people see. It's also been designed to predict who is at risk of getting serious glaucoma.
NYC Woman Knits Hats, Scarves For Syrian Refugees OverseasAnna Strasser and other knitters across the U.S and Canada made almost a thousand hats, scarves and other knitwear that were shipped to Germany to help refugees.
The British To Invade The 2015 Tony AwardsThe British are coming for this year's Tony Awards.
New Ratings Out For Best Children's Car Booster SeatsHighway safety officials released new ratings Thursday for booster seats for children in cars, and it was a record year for the best bets.
Stony Brook University Program Gets Paralyzed Patients Out Of WheelchairsA program on Long Island is getting paralyzed patients out of their wheelchairs and into activities they never thought possible, CBS 2’s Marlie Hall reported.
Brooklyn Company Fighting Back Against Sugary YogurtThere are all types of styles and flavors to choose from. But some are saying the specialization of yogurt has turned out products that are chock full of sugar.
Robotic Exoskeleton Allows Paralyzed Patients To Walk AgainFor the first time, patients with spinal cord injuries have begun using a revolutionary device that helps them walk again at home.