Sgt. First Class Cory Remsburg, who was nearly killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan during his 10th overseas tour of duty, describes what went through his mind when U.S. leaders honored him with a nearly two-minute-long standing ovation during President Obama’s State of the Union address.
Seventy-five percent of California is in an "extreme" or "exceptional" drought. CBS News' Bill Whitaker reports on how Washington is turning the crisis into a campaign issue.
Researchers say probiotics in yogurt may help ward off Type 2 diabetes, many new moms skip checkups, and more health news.
The team discovers that the two cases they have been investigating are the work of the same murderer.
When a young woman with no prior history of drug use dies of an overdose, her father is convinced there is another explanation for her death.
All sorts of crazy things are going on today. Justin Bieber's got new problems, a police sketch artist is out of control, and there's more bathroom trouble from the Olympics. Arsenio's got it all covered for you in his monologue.
Before she was an actress, Shanola Hampton was a bartender, and Shanola’s still more famous back home for her martini booty shake than for her acting.
DeRay Davis took the stage and killed it with his jokes about Beyonce, Jay-Z, and his daughter.
CBS Sports college football columnist Bruce Feldman calls in and talks big winners from today's college football signing day.
Highlights from Dave's monologue for February 5, 2014.
Will Matt retire his impression of Matthew McConaughey?
Matt remembers his last encounters with the late actor.
"Top Ten Signs Sochi Isn't Ready For The Olympics" from February 5, 2014.
Preventive Cardiologist Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum discusses the impact of CVS being the first US drug store chain to get out of the tobacco business.
Tom from Liverpool's Outfit talks to Last.fm about their debut album 'Performance' ahead of their biggest London headline show to date
Craig's monologue topics include: Clay Aiken running for Congress, Bill Clinton reportedly having an affair with Elizabeth Hurley, northeast snow storm, and Craig does an Austin Powers/Bill Clinton impression.
John Ackerman of Spring Valley, Minn. discovered 40 miles of underground caverns. Now he is working to protect the caves and have them studied. CBS News' Michelle Miller reports.