Italy's top criminal court issues much-anticipated ruling in appeals trial of Amanda Knox, convicted along with her ex-boyfriend in 2007 slaying of her roommate
French police recover hundreds of pieces of Germanwings crash victims' remains from mountainside crash site
Evidence from Andreas Lubitz's house indicates he was receiving medical treatment as reports suggest he suffered depression
New reports claim a pilot was locked out of the cockpit as the doomed Germanwings jet crashed in France. Also, rescuers search for survivors after deadly tornadoes tear through Oklahoma.
New York Times quotes unidentified investigator who says one of two pilots left the cockpit and could not get back in
Move comes after a "60 Minutes" report that said the company's Chinese-made laminate flooring contains high levels of formaldehyde
Searchers find important evidence from the airliner that crashed in France. Also, two of America's best-known food companies announce a mega merger. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener.
The death of 16 students has shook this small town; almost everyone knew someone who died in the crash
The Senate minority leader announced his retirement Friday, setting up the competition to replace him between Senators Chuck Schumer and Dick Durbin
The devices are seen as a safer alternative to smoking, but there could still be risks to children and the unborn
Police insist no "crucial" evidence uncovered as they scour homes, but reports suggest co-pilot Andreas Lubitz could have battled depression
Neil deGrasse Tyson doesn't think like the rest of us.
Even as the American workforce is becoming more diverse, not everyone is seeing economic gains
"In clip after clip, watch how the eyes of the driver are so attached to their phones"
Hunt for answers from deadly tragedy in the Alps continues, as European leaders mourn
For many, spring cleaning is not just windows, curtains and carpets -- 51 percent of Americans pay special attention to their desk or home office
One of two "black boxes" found on French Alps mountainside; all 150 people on board thought to have perished
There are several circumstances surrounding the tragedy that took 150 lives that are likely to take investigators time to sort out
The crash of Germanwings Flight 9525 highlights concerns about how to ensure pilots are physically and mentally fit to fly
Zully Broussard, a blood type O universal donor, donated her kidney to a stranger and started a chain reaction of good will and changed lives
An important discovery at the home of the Germanwings co-pilot. Also, Charlie Rose in Syria confronts President Bashar al-Assad about the alleged use of chemical weapons on his own people.
Andreas Lubitz, 28, is accused of intentionally crashing jet with 150 on board into the side of a mountain
Only the co-pilot was in the cockpit when plane slammed into French Alps, and French officials say his actions after taking control must have been "voluntary"
Elizabeth Dove, 23, allegedly had no hands on the wheel when she hit three teenage girls in a crosswalk near their Oregon high school
The president says Republican predictions of doom haven't come to pass
Airline's chief announces latest information on flight that crashed into Alps in southern France
18 people lost in disaster were from small town of Haltern, where almost everyone is directly connected to the tragedy
A sharp, 8-minute descent left parts no bigger than a small car in rough mountain terrain from plane with 150 on board that went down in France