House Republicans changed course on raising the debt ceiling, and announced an upcoming vote to raise it for three months. But, as Nancy Cordes reports, there's a catch.
A multi-million dollar payout from a winning lottery ticket saved a home from foreclosure in Chicago, and the family swears it's all because of their own guardian angel. Dean Reynolds reports.
Instead of celebrating graduation day, students at Hofstra University on Long Island are mourning a classmate accidentally killed by a police during a confrontation with an armed suspect. Terrell Brown reports.
Crews are just starting to rebuild hundreds of track south of New Haven, Conn., after a train collision Friday night sent 72 people to the hospital. The missing track will cause an ugly commute for thousands. Don Dahler reports.
This June marks 50 years since civil rights leader Medgar Evers was gunned down outside his home in Jackson, Miss. Randall Pinkston reports on his legacy.
President Obama's senior adviser, Dan Pfieffer, told "Face the Nation" the White House had only heard of the IRS probe this month -- but that has done nothing to quite conservative critics. Sharyl Attkisson reports.
The intense weather is not over for people living in the middle of the country. From Oklahoma City to Minneapolis, severe weather is still a threat. One family hit hard shares their story of survival with Anna Werner.
A Publix grocery store in Florida sold the ticket for the biggest single payout in U.S. lottery history. This will be the sixth Powerball winner from the Sunshine State, which is more than any other. Ashley Potter reports.
Parts of the plains and Midwest are under the threat of severe weather, including possible tornadoes. Jim Axelrod speaks with CBS News weather consultant David Bernard about what to expect in the coming days.
Excitement is growing as the drawing nears for the record-setting Powerball jackpot. Carter Evans reports from California, the latest player to join the multi-state lottery, where residents are buying up 10,000 tickets every minute.
New questions are being raised concerning if anyone in the White House was aware of IRS targeting of conservative groups. Margaret Brennan reports on the new evidence that's heating up the controversy.
The town of Granbury, Texas, was hit hardest by a string of 16 deadly tornadoes that struck the state. Anna Werner reports how the city's "Code Red" warning system helped kept residents alive.
During rush hour in Connecticut, two commuter trains collided, sending 72 passengers to the hospital. The tracks are now closed while the NTSB investigates. And as Don Dahler reports, it's creating a travel nightmare.
After his close friend died from pancreatic cancer, 16-year-old Jack Andraka unleashed his hyper-drive intellect on preventing more cancer deaths. And as Jim Axelrod reports, the teen created a much faster and far cheaper detection method for pancreatic, ovarian and lung cancer.
The Federal Bureau of Prisons is reviewing the frequency and fairness of solitary confinement in all federal prisons. A rollback on "solitary" is already underway in some states. Randall Pinkston reports on the impact the rollback is having on Mississippi.