The former New York City mayor and longtime Trump supporter says he is joining the president's legal team to help end the Russia investigation
CEO Jamie Dimon talked about the expansion with "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor
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Gerald Hodges was already a great athlete on land, but he didn't know how to swim. So he decided to join the swim team
When Nat Shaffir runs, he thinks about the horror he endured as a child, and how he can keep his story going
"For some this is their last hope, I mean they physically, financially, mentally can't put themselves through that again"
Mike Pompeo met with Kim Jon Un, laying groundwork for future meeting with Trump; Hayward Fault, with 2 million people living on top of it, could be the site of next big earthquake.
Actions are fueling concern in the president's inner circle that Michael Cohen may cooperate with prosecutors
After an eerily similar engine failure two years ago, manufacturer recommended periodic tests to spot signs of fatigue after the engines reach a certain number of takeoffs and landings
Starbucks has apologized to the men and will be training all of its employees on how to avoid discriminating against customers
Cuba got a new president on Thursday as Mario Diaz-Canel Bermudez took over from Raul Castro, who will remain as head of the communist party
The university chancellor said Thursday the school has worked hard at diversity and inclusion but there clearly is "much work to do"
"You know, hopefully we're not setting expectations too high for her," said Sen. Tammy Duckworth
When Makayla Ferrell, 10, began singing Andra Day's anthem "Rise Up" at her school talent show her voice started to fade
Philadelphia's medical examiner said Jennifer Riordan died of blunt impact trauma to her head, neck and torso
The flag is flying half staff in Kennebunkport, Maine, at what was the summer White House when Barbara Bush was first lady. She died Tuesday night at her home in Houston. Now, she's being remembered as a public servant -- and as a mother
Video released on Wednesday shows firefighters racing into a burning home to pull a man to safety. Footage captured on helmet cameras show what first responders are up against
Vito Randazzo has been suffering from severe depression for 18 years, and after nothing else worked, he turned to deep brain stimulation for help
Fifty years ago, Walter Cronkite called for the U.S. to get out of Vietnam. Thirty-three days later, President Lyndon Johnson announced he would not run for re-election