Dick Clark loved showcasing talented young performers. One of them was Marie Osmond, who first appeared on "American Bandstand" when she was 13. She talks to Charlie Rose about her longtime friend and mentor.
Legendaries finally find their true place in Diablo III with a revamp to damage scaling as well as cool new effects and glows.
Give Kids the World is a charity organization that treats families in crisis to a week of fun in Orlando. Some 250 different organizations pitch in to pay for everything from airfare to Disney tickets. But as Mark Strassman reports, it's the volunteers, who make the difference.
As oil continues to gush into the Gulf, concerns are growing about the safety of seafood. As Tony Guida reports, food inspectors ramp up testing, including the smell test.
TV legend Dick Clark has passed away. The "American Bandstand" host helped bring rock-n-roll to mainstream America. He was 82 years old. Manuel Gallegus reports.
Speaking in Blacksburg, Va., on Wednesday, Vice President Joe Biden revived Mitt Romney aide Eric Fehrnstrom's now-infamous "Etch-a-Sketch" remark, arguing that with Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., on the ticket, the ability to reshape the campaign's image post-primaries "is gone."
For the first time in more than a year, Iran sat down for talks about its nuclear program with six world powers. Delegates at the negotiations, say the discussions were "constructive." Clarissa Ward reports.
Dick Clark died at the age of 82 at a California hospital from a massive heart attack. Anthony Mason reports on the life and career of the TV icon, known as the face of "American Bandstand" for decades.
Check out a new mystery thriller Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller.
Dell's Inspiron 17R SE packs reasonably high-end parts into a budget-feeling chassis, saving a few hundred dollars or more over similarly configured laptops.
Check out a Gamescom 2012 premiere trailer for Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition.
Check out a teaser trailer fo the survival first-person shooter, Day One: Garry's Incident.
After nearly 50 years, a work of glass art by Picasso titled "Seated Woman with Red Hat" was found in the basement at the Evansville Museum in Indiana.
Meet Artis Silvester, a computer engineer from Terry Town, La., one of the Survivors competing for the one million dollar prize and title of Sole Survivor! Survivor premieres Wed., Sept. 19th at 8/7c!
In New York, a prosecutor told jurors that in September, 2009, three men were just days away from carrying out suicide attacks in the subways. This, on the first day of a terror trial for what is being called "the most significant plot on U.S. soil since 9/11." "CBS This Morning" senior correspondent John Miller talks to Charlie Rose and Erica Hill in the studio.