A new report from the CDC finds 1 in 3 American adults drink excessively but they don't all meet the criteria for alcoholism
Attorney Martin Singer calls accusations "unsubstantiated, fantastical stories" that "have escalated far past the point of absurdity"
Some critics say the new books are too sympathetic to Islam, while others complain they exaggerate religious influence on American democracy
The alleged victims both claim the comedian got them alone and then drugged them decades ago
Bob Simon returns to the site of the world's worst nuclear power plant disaster and it's still radioactive and dangerous -- almost 30 years later.
Arizona sheriff who has often clashed with federal government wants to stop president's new policies
Parents, 3 children killed in accident on interstate during road trip from Texas to Florida
Man critically injured after falling from a building and landing onto a car in city's financial district
New information released about the background of the socially isolated, violence-obsessed man who carried out the 2012 massacre
Zak Williams opens up to "Entertainment Tonight" about how he's doing following his father's death
With 7 feet of snow on the ground and temperatures forecast in the 60s, western New York still isn't out of the woods
Capt. Derek Herrera was paralyzed by a sniper's bullet in Afghanistan.
The Ram truck, at 25 mpg on the highway, is the current leader among pickups, but Ford says its truck can do better than that
At Las Vegas event, president tells heckler, "We're still going to have to pass a bill"
Activists, authorities and the family of Michael Brown called for calm as a grand jury draws closer to an announcement
The new diagnostic method could replace traditional endoscopy
The fallout continues as more women come forward alleging he sexually assaulted them many years ago
Commissioner Bratton calls shooting of man in Brooklyn housing complex "very unfortunate tragedy"
No one knows how female kitten named Spice made the 2,300-mile journey
Ricky Jackson, 57, was dismissed from the Cuyahoga County jail and walked out of the adjoining courthouse Friday about an hour after a judge dismissed his case
While President Obama's immigration plan may help millions of undocumented immigrants, some say their lives are still uncertain
A law enforcement source tells CBS News the men intended to use the explosives to make pipe bombs during protests in Ferguson
Five zookeepers tell the San Francisco Chronicle the zoo ignored their concerns about the gorilla enclosure's safety before baby was crushed
New data shows just how many people suffered from a diagnosable mental condition last year
The slide was the largest on record, covering an area the size of Rhode Island
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Children were unconscious, not breathing when they were discovered huddled together behind living room couch
Study says even secondhand hookah smoke can give bystanders a dose of the chemical, which is linked to cancer
Attorney general privately expresses frustration to Missouri governor over declaring state of emergency ahead of decision on Michael Brown shooting
New study finds many people weren't quite telling the truth when asked about their weight and height