The top law enforcement officials in each state are playing an increasingly bigger role – and businesses and trade groups are noticing
A study by Harvard University found that the death toll in Puerto Rico stemming from Hurricane Maria is likely 70 times higher than official estimates
Volcan de Fuego created a pyroclastic flow that can travel at over 50 mph; most of Kilauea's eruptions happened as lava traveled 30 miles underground
Twelve states in the U.S. have active volcanoes, according to United States Geological Survey
What saved 1-year-old Manolo Gonzales was a decision by Rebecca LaSalle, a complete stranger living 700 miles away
"This was a real miracle for that the people were there. Everything fell into place. I am so happy. Glory to God for this"
Higher reimbursement rates have made rural hospitals targets for schemes that have generated nearly half a billion dollars in allegedly fraudulent billing
On the Arizona border, a Native American nation sees President Trump's proposed wall as a threat to its way of life
A squirrel was caught swiping M&Ms from a store at Disney's Magic Kingdom, and the video of the furry bandit has gone viral
A driver stuck in traffic appears to find an escape route by backing all the way out in reverse, but what happens next raises questions
Minutes after police said they began their pursuit, the suspect also posted a photo and video of himself in what appeared to be the stolen vehicle
About a month after the animal turned up on a Montana ranch, a DNA test has come back with its true identity
A Kansas man ran to the rescue when a baby deer fell into his swimming pool and began to flail
"Toddlers are being detained," says one charity care provider; DHS defending quality, safety of the shelters
"I decided to run because I want to be the change, not just talk about being the change," says one of the women taking on the political establishment
Tuesday sees the end of the first round of group play. Group A starts their second matches.
The search for a missing Marine launches NCIS agents into a world of calls and texts, a relationship built on lies and an ill-fated case of mistaken identity
The U.S. saw a 3.4 percent uptick in violent crime in 2016, though rates remain near historic lows. See which cities fared worst
The 38-year-old "Jurassic World" star has some biblical -- and humorous -- words of advice for the next generation
For two officers in Roanoke, Virginia, the oath of protecting and serving their community extended to a snake that needed help crossing a street
The deal, which runs through 2023, is said to potentially include new traditional shows like "Discovery"
An experienced python hunter in Florida rescues an alligator that was caught in the snake's tight grip
WikiLeaks published the allegedly stolen CIA hacking tools
Colombia and Russia were victorious on Tuesday
President Trump arrived on Capitol Hill Tuesday to meet with House Republicans about immigration reform
CBS News rode along with Border Patrol as they stopped a group of illegal immigrants trying to cross into the U.S.
Though officials cite an influx of MS-13 gang members, few are caught at the border, and gang ties to migrant children are even rare, according to statistics
Investigators said the vehicle was carrying 14 people and traveling more than 100 mph when it lost control and overturned
U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley said the council allows human rights abusers to be members, and treats Israel unfairly
Chadwick Boseman said while it was an honor to be recognized for playing a superhero, it was more important to "acknowledge the heroes we have in real life"
Republicans hammered Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz about messages between Strzok and former FBI lawyer Lisa Page
The inseparable Pieper twins, whose service on the same ship ran against standard military policy, have been reunited
"Everybody knows there's help for families here in the United States so the risk is valid to them"
Massachusetts dad filmed his 2-year-old son climbing up a locked pool ladder, showing other parents just how easy it is for kids to get into danger
Two bikers had a close encounter with a bobcat in Buckeye, Arizona
Several Democrats admonished the House panel for focusing its time on the inspector general's report instead of immigration
15-year-old Renaldo told Gayle King no one told him where he was going after being separated from his mother at the border
A string of hotel sex assaults remain unsolved, but prosecutors have indicted suspect "John Doe" using his DNA