[LESS INFO] 72 VIEWS | ADDED 17:19:35 04/06/12
Firefighters are searching the remains of 20 apartments in Virginia Beach, Va., looking for victims of the FA/-18 crash. Bob Orr pieces together the details of happened in Navy fighter jet disaster; Also, the jobless rate dropped to 8.2 percent in March - the lowest in more than three years. But, while the number of new jobs grew, it slowed down significantly; And, Steve Hartman pays a visit to jump rope innovator Bobby Hinds to see what he's been up to since Charles Kuralt first visited him in 1976.
[LESS INFO] 101 VIEWS | ADDED 16:53:00 04/05/12
An audio tape has surfaced that appears to be evidence of the New Orleans Saints pay-to-injure bounty system; Also, The man with the largest collection of baseball films in the country, shows off his mementos; And, audio tapes have been released which detail the emergency landing by 80-year-old Helen Collins, who was left to fly the plane after the pilot - her husband - died at the controls.
[LESS INFO] 65 VIEWS | ADDED 16:47:24 04/04/12
A new report says one-third of medical spending is wasted on unnecessary procedures. Dr. Jon LaPook reports on the overuse and misuse of health care; Also, the FDA is alerting healthcare professionals that 120 vials of fake Altuzan - a cancer fighting drug - have entered the U.S.; And, no one was killed by the massive Texas storm that brought as many as 13 tornadoes to the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Jeff Glor speaks with some of the grateful survivors.
[LESS INFO] 12 VIEWS | ADDED 16:37:23 04/03/12
Tuesday: A massive storm swept through the Dallas-Fort Worth area, bringing with it at least two tornadoes that ripped apart homes and businesses, and knocked out power to tens of thousands; Also, CBS News projects GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney will win the Republican primary contests in Wisconsin, Maryland and Washington D.C.; And, Florida's Miramar High used to be one of the worst performing schools in the state until the band director turned the school, the students, and his fellow teachers around.
[LESS INFO] 242 VIEWS | ADDED 16:40:27 04/02/12
A suspect is in custody after a gunman killed seven people in a shooting on the campus of Oikos University in Oakland, California; Then, Syria President Bashar al Assad agreed to withdrawal troops and tanks from his country's biggest cities by April 10; Also, Vietnam War veterans are getting a long overdue homecoming 43 years later.
[LESS INFO] 86 VIEWS | ADDED 16:09:29 04/01/12
Burma opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi won a landmark election marking a major milestone in the Southeast Asian nation; Then, Secretary of State Hilary Clinton has pledged $12 million in aid and satellite communication equipment to the Syrian rebels; Also, nuclear radiation threatens some of Japan's best known delicacies.
[LESS INFO] 70 VIEWS | ADDED 17:44:45 03/30/12
Friday: The world-record jackpot of at least $640 million in the Mega Millions lottery has created a countrywide stampede for tickets; Also, ehe chief mortician at Dover Air Force Base tells David Martin how he almost lost his job for blowing the whistle on the military's improper handling of soldiers' remains; And, Steve Hartman reports on 17-year-old physics genius Taylor Wilson, whose big ideas are already changing the world.
[LESS INFO] 71 VIEWS | ADDED 17:18:16 03/29/12
Thursday: The funeral director who buried Trayvon Martin says there was no sign Martin was in a fight before he was killed by a neighborhood watch volunteer; Also, the Centers for Disease Control estimates 1 out of every 88 American children has been diagnosed with a disorder on the autism spectrum; And, 30 years ago, ground was broken on the Vietnam Memorial. Barry Petersen explores three decades of love left behind.
[LESS INFO] 71 VIEWS | ADDED 17:10:47 03/28/12
Wednesday: The co-pilot on JetBlue flight 191 reveals some of the frightening details of what went on the in the cockpit when the captain began acting erratically; Also, according to a new study published by the CDC, two-thirds of all cancer cases could be prevented by healthier living; And, David Martin gets hit by the military's high-tech ray gun. It can stop a mob. So, why won't they use it in Afghanistan?
[LESS INFO] 74 VIEWS | ADDED 16:55:50 03/27/12
Tuesday: The Supreme Court justices hear arguments on the individual mandate portion of President Obama's health care law; Also, an emergency landing on a JetBlue flight after the captain becomes incoherent and passengers intervene; And, Seth Doane reports on a high school that saves lives - turning addicts into graduates.
[LESS INFO] 60 VIEWS | ADDED 17:23:41 03/26/12
The U.S. Supreme Court began the first of three days of arguments over President Obama's Affordable Care Act; Then, a study found some patients who received gastric bypass surgery were able to keep their diabetes completely under control; Also, James Cameron traveled in a vessel he helped design to Challenger Deep - the deepest part of the ocean.
[LESS INFO] 161 VIEWS | ADDED 18:47:33 03/25/12
President Obama threatened to cut off food aid to North Korea if the country goes through with a planned long-range missile test; Then, The U.S. Supreme Court is about to begin three days of historic arguments over President Obama's health care law; Also, "The Hunger Games" took in an estimated $155 million in its opening weekend, making it the third-highest debut ever and the most ever for a movie that's not a sequel.
[LESS INFO] 161 VIEWS | ADDED 17:15:24 03/23/12
Friday: Mark Strassmann has new information about George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer who shot and killed unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin; Also, Staff Sgt. Robert Bales is charged with murdering 17 Afghan civilians, and could face the death penalty; And, Steve Hartman reports on the men of "Dude Perfect," who have parlayed their hit YouTube videos of making incredible shots into a career.
[LESS INFO] 125 VIEWS | ADDED 17:30:06 03/22/12
Thursday: The Sanford, Fla. police chief steps down amid calls for justice in the case of the neighborhood watch captain who killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin; Also, the Los Angeles coroner releases the official cause of the death of Whitney Houston; Plus, new data shows fewer women are choosing to get married; And, a remarkable teacher finds a way to turn a gang member in her classroom into a graduating high school senior.
[LESS INFO] 170 VIEWS | ADDED 16:53:25 03/21/12
The NFL has suspended Saints coach Sean Payton for his involvement in a bounty program and James Brown explains why the punishment was so severe; Then, Armen Keteyian speaks with the man responsible for shipping fake Avastin into the U.S.; Also, Chip Reid profiles Sen. Barbara Mikulski who is now the longest serving woman in the history of Congress