With the U.S. in economic turmoil, some are taking advantage of a red-hot scam. As Mark Strassmann reports, cars are being set on fire so owners can claim the insurance money.
Controversy is erupting after a Fulton, Miss. High school cancelled the prom shortly after a student requested to bring a same-sex date. Mark Strassmann reports.
More than 100,000 American kids are in foster care where the average stay is more than two years. Foster care children hope to be adopted one day, but as Mark Strassmann reports, some never will have their dream come true.
The storm clouds have cleared over the Gulf Coast, and the full impact of Hurricane Isaac is becoming clear. Mark Strassmann speaks with some people who may have lost everything.
Rescue teams went door-to-door in Alabama in search of survivors in the wake of some deadly storms that killed at least two and injured more than 100 people. Mark Strassmann reports.
Three FAMU band members present during Robert Champion's deadly hazing ritual gave recorded sworn statements to investigators, and told them Champion was willingly hazed. Mark Strassmann reports.
Many Americans are being forced to forego air travel this holiday season due to fewer flights and higher prices. Mark Strassmann has more.
Some local officials in Alabama are worried that the state's tough new immigration law has turned off foreign investors from bringing business -- and jobs -- to cities that desperately need them. Mark Strassmann reports.
Hurricane Irene is moving in, and time is running out for parts of North Carolina, which could see the massive storm's leading edge. Mark Strassmann reports on why emergency officials want residents long gone.
Some homeowners looking to sell are turning to a unique idea of raffling off their homes and, as Mark Strassmann reports, it's benefiting both sellers and buyers.
A Ky. housewife partnered with a news reporter to investigate the murder of an 18-year-old woman. Mark Strassmann reports.
A new investigation finds that cops in the state of Florida have been causing mayhem on the highways with their reckless driving. CBS News transportation correspondent Mark Strassmann reports on one young man and his family who are paying the price.
Blankets of hardened oil washed up by Hurricane Isaac have been found in Louisiana. Mark Strassmann reports state officials were about to declare the beach cleaned up, but will return to clear the new deposits.
Forty years after astronauts successfully landed on the moon, NASA wants to send them back by 2020. They want to learn whether it's possible to live off the land in space. Mark Strassmann reports.
From Texas to Florida, more than 9,000 space shuttle-related jobs are going away. And, as Mark Strassmann reports, those already laid off by NASA are having trouble finding new work.
Some states respond to struggling schools by lowering their expectations, but a new approach is aimed toward getting U.S students back in the front of the international class. Mark Strassmann reports.