In a matter of hours, 65 women all signed onto a letter rallying behind high court nominee and their high school friend and U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh as someone who "has always treated women with decency and respect."
It's been 60 years since the Pentagon founded the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. Some of its inventions helped create the internet, drones and Siri. CBS News reporter Kylie Atwood took a look at the agency's history.
With Republicans defending a Supreme Court nominee accused of sexual assault, should Democrats be capitalizing on the controversy as a campaign issue? Bill Press, a Democratic strategist and author of "Trump Must Go," speaks to CBSN's "Red & Blue" about h...
Dermot McElroy remains in contention to progress to the next stage of the European Tour qualifying school at the halfway point of the first stage event at Stoke by Nayland.
Leicester’s interim head coach Geordan Murphy has rowed back on comments he made about rugby becoming “too PC”.
In 1967, astrophysicist Jocelyn Bell was a post-grad student at Cambridge when she noticed 'a bit of scruff' in the sky through a radio telescope. That bit of scruff turned out to be a pulsar — a small, spinning star.
Increased security, staffing and training coming to the Forensic Psychiatric Hospital which treats those found unfit to stand trial or not criminally responsible due to mental illness.
Reported crime in Victoria is down, but the reporting of sex crimes continues to increase, as the state's Crime Statistics Agency releases its final snapshot of offending before the state election.
Khaw Kim-sun placed ball filled with the suffocating gas carbon monoxide inside car in Hong KongA professor has been jailed for life in Hong Kong for murdering his wife and teenage daughter using a yoga ball filled with carbon monoxide that he had placed...
The United Nations said on Wednesday that it would send an assistant director to lead its anti-graft mission in Guatemala as the group's chief remains banned from entering the country.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was expected to win a ruling party leadership vote on Thursday, setting him on track to become Japan's longest-serving premier and try to cement his legacy, including by revising the pacifist constitution.
Mexican troops and police committed two extrajudicial killings while confronting presumed fuel thieves in the central state of Puebla in May 2017, a Mexican human rights group said on Wednesday, adding to allegations of abuse against the military.