An Arizona State University fraternity's operations have been suspended pending an investigation into accusations that the local Tau Kappa Epsilon's chapter hosted a distasteful party in commemoration of MLK Day.
Teacher Arrested For Allegedly Performing Sexual Acts on High School Student
Symone Greene, a 22-year-old substitute teacher in the D.C. area, was arrested and charged yesterday for first-degree sexual abuse of a minor in a significant relationship, stemming from an incident which allegedly took place between herself and a 17-year-old football player from Options Public Charter School.
A man is facing charges after a 3-year-old girl was beaten to death and her 5-year-old brother was hospitalized in Brooklyn. Kelsey Smith was charged with felony assault and acting in a manner injurious to a child less than 17 years old.
The "Whiteness Project" is a multimedia documentary, described as an investigation of how Americans identify with being white. Twenty-one caucasians from Buffalo, New York, talk candidly about their race. Whitney Dow, the producer and director, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the film.
West African Travelers Must Enter U.S. Through 1 of 5 Airports
Under the rule going into effect Wednesday, air travelers from the West African nations of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea must enter the United States through one of five airports doing special screenings and fever checks for Ebola.
Autopsy of Slain Missouri Teen Shows Close-Range Gunshot
A newly disclosed autopsy of the unarmed black teenager whose killing by a white police officer set off months of protests in Ferguson, Missouri, suggests he suffered a gunshot to the hand from close range. The St. Louis County medical examiner's autopsy of 18-year-old Michael Brown, said a microscopic examination of his hand tissue showed particles "consistent with products that are discharged from the barrel of a firearm.
'Harlem Kevorkian' Re-Sentenced in Death of Motivational Speaker
After being convicted of helping a motivational speaker kill himself, a man known as the "Harlem Kevorkian" received a revised sentence on Monday. Kenneth Minor accepted a plea deal that reduced his 20-year sentence to 12 years. The deal still carries the murder conviction rather than the crime being reduced to manslaughter.