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The Federal Bureau of Prisons is reviewing the frequency and fairness of solitary confinement in all federal prisons. A rollback on "solitary" is already underway in some states. Randall Pinkston reports on the impact the rollback is having on Mississippi.
The town of Granbury, Texas, was hit hardest by a string of 16 deadly tornadoes that struck the state. Anna Werner reports how the city's "Code Red" warning system helped kept residents alive.
During rush hour in Connecticut, two commuter trains collided, sending 72 passengers to the hospital. The tracks are now closed while the NTSB investigates. And as Don Dahler reports, it's creating a travel nightmare.
New questions are being raised concerning if anyone in the White House was aware of IRS targeting of conservative groups. Margaret Brennan reports on the new evidence that's heating up the controversy.
After his close friend died from pancreatic cancer, 16-year-old Jack Andraka unleashed his hyper-drive intellect on preventing more cancer deaths. And as Jim Axelrod reports, the teen created a much faster and far cheaper detection method for pancreatic, ovarian and lung cancer.
Cleo Cowley and Anthony Pendleton talk to "48 Hours" correspondent Maureen Maher about the murder of their 15-year-old daughter. The honor student was shot and killed in January, the unintended victim of gang violence in a Chicago park.
Wisconsin guard Ben Brust overcomes family tragedy to lead the way for the Badgers.
Carey Mulligan "Great Gatsby" interview.
A pastor's wife is found dead. Was it suicide or was he playing God? Now, the other woman reveals the pastor's dark murderous secrets. Erin Moriarty reports Saturday, May 25 beginning at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
Wielding unbelievable powers, the Darkstalkers and Maxwell McGee team up for this video review for Darkstalkers Resurrection.