Bruce Morton, a longtime correspondent for CBS and CNN, passed away Friday his home in Washington, D.C. He was 83.
Some of the names taking part include singer/actor and civil rights activist Harry Belafonte, CBS Sports’ James Brown, Oscar-winner Whoopi Goldberg, Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), Brooklyn Nets’ Jason Collins, actress Rosie Perez, historian Taylor Branch and many others.
Donald Sterling, the Los Angeles Clippers owner who has been banned from the NBA after making racist remarks, has prostate cancer, according to CBS News.
A majority of Americans think lifetime ban and fine imposed on Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling was the right punishment, but the public is more divided on whether Sterling should be forced to sell the team.
GM is recalling more than one and a half million cars.
Watch CBS News’ “50 Years Later: The Beatles At The Ed Sullivan Theater” hosted by Anthony Mason live at 3:30 p.m. on Feb. 9.
Fluke became almost a household name overnight when Rush Limbaugh referred to her as “a prostitute” and “a slut.”
Bruce Dunning died Monday in New York at the age of 73.
Vanity Fair Senior Editor, Krista Smith, stopped by KCAL9 Friday to give viewers a sneak peak of CBS News’ special “Vanity Fair’s Hollywood”!
Christopher Dorner’s training as a police officer, knowledge of weapons and counter terrorism will make it harder for officials to capture him, according to a CBS News expert on national security.
A local video company and seven Navy Seals are involved in a major national military scandal, it was revealed Thursday.
Richard Threlkeld, a far-ranging and award-winning correspondent who worked for both CBS and ABC News during a long career, has been killed in a car crash on New York’s Long Island.
Family members say longtime CBS News correspondent Robert Pierpoint — who covered the Korean War, the Kennedy assassination and several presidential administrations — has died in California.
A former teammate of perhaps the world’s greatest cyclist, Lance Armstrong, says he used banned performance-enhancing substances with Armstrong to cheat in pro races, including the Tour de France, the sport’s ultimate event.
The pilot who safely brought down that plane in the Hudson River has landed at CBS News.