CBSSports**** National Columnist Gregg Doyel talks to Erin Sharoni about the latest on UFC fighter Thiago Silva. Silva was taken into custody after an alleged standoff with police on Thursday.
CBSSports**** National Columnist Gregg Doyel joins Erin Sharoni to discuss his latest story on Marquette basketball coach Buzz Williams' extraordinary actions off the court.
Heba Sawan, a 24-year-old Syrian who survived a chemical weapons attack near Damascus last August, says the international community was lying when it pledged to take action against Syrian President Bashar Assad.
Heba Sawan, a 24-year-old Syrian who survived a chemical weapons attack near Damascus last August, recounts the horrific scene she witnessed.
President Obama said Russian President Vladimir Putin's tough guy appearance is "part of his schtick." Norah O'Donnell reports.
The Fantasy Baseball Today team breaks down the Chicago Cubs from a Fantasy perspective.
Advocates for the homeless say providing apartments to those who have been on the streets the longest and are at greatest medical risk can actually save taxpayers' money. Anderson Cooper reports on Sunday, Feb. 9 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.
CBS News remembers former Executive Political Director Marty Plissner, who passed away Thursday.
Bill Murray's career took off in the early days of "Saturday Night Live," and from there made the move to classic comedy films. Murray talks to Charlie Rose about how "Caddyshack" made a big difference for a well-known fan.
A top State Department official is downplaying the impact of a controversial phone call that was secretly recorded and posted online. Margaret Brennan reports.
Tennis legend Billie Jean King discusses being named to the U.S. Olympic delegation to Sochi, as well as the responsibility of the press to give athletes a forum for their beliefs.
Despite the fact that many other drugs are also metabolized differently by men and women, Ambien is the only drug on the market for which the FDA has different suggested doses based on sex. Lesley Stahl reports on Sunday, Feb. 9 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.
Early last year, the FDA made a surprising announcement when it cut the recommended dose of the nation's most popular sleep drug, Ambien, by half - but only for women. Lesley Stahl reports on how much different men and women are, when it comes to medicine.
The Fantasy Baseball Today team breaks down the Milwaukee Brewers from a Fantasy perspective.
A new interest in privacy is driving a wave of social media apps. Bill Whitaker reports on how they allow customers to hide their identity and keep their secrets.
The Fantasy Baseball Today team breaks down the San Diego Padres from a Fantasy perspective.
David Letterman interviews Paul McCartney for "The Beatles: The Night that Changed America -- a GRAMMY Salute," Feb. 9