The interim fire chief in the nation's capital says he's frustrated that he can't issue stronger disciplinary sanctions against three firefighters who didn't help a dying man across the street from a fire station.
Thousands gather in St Louis, Missouri to celebrate the life of Michael Brown, the unarmed black teenager who was shot dead by a white police officer on August 9 The massive Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church in St. Louis was packed with mourners who had come to pay their last respects to the 18-year-old who died earlier this month.
Gov. Rick Perry, State Senator Wendy Davis, State Senator Dan Patrick, State Senator Leticia Van de Putte and Attorney General Greg Abbott all spoke at the unveiling of the Tim Cole memorial statue in Lubbock, Texas.
Back to Buying: Americans' Spending Habits Change After Recession
A new report shows seven years after the beginning of the great recession, American shoppers are finally back and ready to spend. Consumer Reports' senior projects editor Tod Marks joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the spending trends.
East Mississippi Correctional Facility: Hell Without the Fire
East Mississippi Correctional Facility is a cesspool. Prisoners are underfed and routinely held in cells that are infested with rats and have no working toilets or lights. Although designated as a facility to care for prisoners with special needs and serious psychiatric disabilities, ECMF denies prisoners even the most rudimentary mental health care services.
The students, faculty and families of Gwynn Park High School have rallied around honor roll student Alexandria "Alexx" Herndon, encouraged by her spirit in the face of difficulties that began before her freshman year.