The Brooklyn Bridge opened 130 years ago today - and connected Manhattan and Brooklyn for the first time. Charlie Rose reports.
Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial kickoff to summer and this year's may be the most important ever for the New Jersey shore, which is rebuilding after Superstorm Sandy. WCBS reporter Kathryn Brown reports from Seaside Heights.
The fate of convicted murderer Jodi Arias may take several months to decide because the jury deadlocked on whether to give her the death penalty or life in prison. Gayle King reports.
CBS News' senior correspondent John Miller, a former assistant FBI director, discusses the London attack and what is now known about the suspects and their alleged motive.
In 1973, President Nixon saluted nearly 600 American troops who had been held as prisoners of war in Vietnam. Now, 40 years later, many of those former POW's are reuniting. Ben Tracy reports.
"CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of the day's headlines from around the globe.
Court records reveal Johnson and Johnson estimated their troubled metal hip implants would fail within five years for nearly 40 percent of those who used it. Gayle King reports.
CBS News chief Washington correspondent and host of "Face the Nation" Bob Schieffer discusses President Obama's response to the media in the wake the Associated Press scandal, as well as the the president's recent counter-terrorism speech.
A federal court threw out an appeal from three groups that want to make marijuana legal for medical use in the U.S. CBS News' John Blackstone reports what that may mean for one medical marijuana dispensary owner who now faces federal charges.
The top U.S. commander in Afghanistan, Gen. John Allen, has been cleared of all allegations of misconduct surrounding his interactions with a Florida woman, Jill Kelley. Gayle King reports.
A slow-moving storm is leaving roads in New York and New Jersey under water. Gayle King reports.
A moderate, 5.7 earthquake struck Northern California about 25 miles southwest of Susanville, Calif. There have been no reports of injuries and only minor damage has been reported. Gayle King reports.
The Boy Scouts national council vote to accept openly gay boys has drawn criticism from conservatives who say the decision is not compatible with the organization's values and will prompt a "mass exodus." Also, gay rights groups say they're going to work to eliminate a ban on adult gay leaders. CBS News' Manuel Bojorquez reports.
Tiny studio apartments are being unveiled in New York City as part of pilot program to build efficient housing for a growing population.
Meteorologist Mike Augustyniak, of WCCO, says the Northeast could get a nasty surprise at the end of this cold snap.