Christian Cooper Tells CBS News The Central Park 911 Call 'Was Unmistakably Racist'The Harvard-educated science editor and bird watcher sat down with Gayle King to discuss his encounter with Amy Cooper and the national attention it received.
Biden, Sanders Face Off In 6-State 'Mini-Super Tuesday'Amid coronavirus fears, both Biden and Bernie Sanders canceled rallies that were planned for Tuesday night in Cleveland after Ohio Governor Mike DeWine declared a state of emergency.
Abandoned By U.S., Kurds Turn To Assad, Russia As ISIS Detainees EscapeHundreds of ISIS family members and supporters escaped from a camp in northern Syria over the weekend amid a fast-moving Turkish offensive.
Jane Pauley To Host CBS' "No Exit!" Special On May 17th"No Exit!" is coming to CBS on Friday, May 17th at 9:00 PM ET/PT and will be hosted by CBS News' Jane Pauley.
Cobalt Miner Ziki Escapes Child Labor in Congo After CBS News InvestigationConcerned viewers wanted to help after a CBS News investigation in the Congo, and for one family, it was life-changing.
Friday Marks Centennial Of Walter Cronkite's BirthIconic CBS News anchorman Walter Cronkite, who was once called “the most trusted man in America,” was born 100 years ago on Friday.
FBI, NYPD Assessing Possible Terror Threat On Day Before ElectionThough no specific locations are mentioned, it is believed New York, Texas and Virginia are all possible targets, CBS News reports.
PHOTOS: Remembering Morley SaferLegendary "60 Minutes" correspondent Morley Safer, who chased stories all across the globe over his 61-year television career, died at age 84 on Thursday, May 19, 2016. Here is a look back at his career.
CBS News' Morley Safer Retiring After 46 Seasons On '60 Minutes'Morley Safer, a CBS News fixture and the longest serving correspondent for “60 Minutes,” will formally retire this week.
CBS News Poll: Worry About Terror Attack In U.S. Is Highest Since May 2011A new CBS News poll found that concerns about a terror attack have risen – and that more respondents are worried about poor anti-terrorism laws than civil liberties.
Democratic Candidates Debate Foreign Policy After Paris AttacksThe deadly attacks in Paris cast a somber mood at the start of the second Democratic presidential debate, but the field spent the rest of the night tossing sharp elbows over Wall Street reform, gun control and the minimum wage.
Midtown Restaurant ‘Ocean Prime’ Designed With Volume In MindRestaurants have become noisy places. To establish a new look, some places have also dialed up the volume.
Marlene Sanders, Pioneering Broadcast Journalist, Dies At 84Marlene Sanders, a pioneering journalist who spent nine years with CBS News, died Tuesday at the age of 84.
Bob Schieffer Signs Off From CBS, 'Face The Nation'He moderated his final broadcast Sunday after 24 years, ending a journalism career that started at age 20 at a radio station in Fort Worth, Texas.
John Dickerson To Replace Bob Schieffer On 'Face The Nation'Schieffer made the announcement on Sunday's show. Dickerson's first broadcast as host will come this summer.