In the U.S., where religious tolerance is a core tenet of our democracy, professing non-belief is often met with discrimination and scorn; atheists now banding together
Britt McHenry is latest person to be tried and found guilty by social media.
Twenty years later, 60 Minutes takes a look back at the bombing that affected so many lives
Facial evolution, dog bonding, cat communication, plus coffee and doughnuts in space, this week in weird science
Gas line ruptured at a gun range, launching a fireball hundreds of feet into the air
A new study finds that a gaze from those puppy dog eyes boosts the hormone associated with trust and mother-child bonding
Tucker Hipps went for a run with 29 other students and fell off a bridge to his death, and his parents simply can't believe nobody saw what happened
Former FBI agent Phillip Mudd says Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud represented a more serious threat than a typical homegrown jihadist
Critics claim the popular TV doctor displays what they call an "egregious lack of integrity" by promoting "quack treatments"
"I'm inside this plane and I feel like it's moving in the air!"
A successful wife dead from nicotine poisoning. Her genius husband beat "Jeopardy!" -- can he beat a murder rap?
"All Californians need to step up more," chair of State Water Resources Control Board says; some cities told to conserve more, others less
A large gas pipeline in Fresno, California exploded, injuring several. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener.
"Unacceptable" that oil still leaking off Louisiana coast from 2004 hurricane damage to oil platform, says Fla. Sen.
Why Scott Pelley's story shows some of the most graphic footage in the broadcast's history.
Wall Street got hit with bad news from Europe -- and China -- sending stock prices sharply lower
National Park Service and Secret Service will install temporary security measures before making permanent renovations to D.C.
Federal court heard arguments in what's sure to be hard-fought battle over new carbon emissions rules
Officials are missing documentation that Robert Bates was certified to carry the revolver he used to fatally shoot an unarmed man
The Minnesota Vikings star was suspended last November after a case of child abuse surfaced
Only about two dozen of the 700 or so migrants on the Italy-bound ship have been found alive; growing migrant catastrophe has EU on edge
The crowded Republican presidential field unites to attack a common enemy
Warfare would never be the same as deadly chlorine gas introduced on the battlefield
168 people, including 19 children, were killed and nearly 700 hurt in the April 19, 1995 bombing of the Alfred P.
The president thinks the Senate has "gone too far" in postponing the confirmation of his attorney general pick
Google will start promoting and demoting certain search results on phones and tablets, a move some are calling "mobile-geddon"
Martin Richard's parents say death penalty "could bring years of appeals and prolong reliving the most painful day of our lives"
Bob Petrella can remember virtually every day of his life -- and a half century of one of college basketball's greatest teams.
LAPD searching for at least one suspect after multiple shootings, possible stabbing attack
Most people say the Internet makes life better, but as this infographic shows, a digital life isn't always a more peaceful one