U.S. pilots legally required to disclose mental health issues, expert says, "but, of course, people can lie"
"We need to make sure they can get the help they need and then come back to work when they are fit to fly," says Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger
Negotiators are racing to conclude a deal that would limit Iran's nuclear program by the end of the month
In an interview for "60 Minutes," CBS News' Charlie Rose spoke with the Syrian leader about the war which has torn his country apart for more than 4 years
Recent shooting has raised concerns about the violent nature surrounding the grupera music scene, particularly around narcocorridos, ballads that glorify drug cartels. CBS Radioâs Adrienne Bard reports.
Aviation safety experts say assertion that co-pilot intentionally caused deadly disaster points to need for more pilots
Bowe Bergdahl has been charged with desertion for abandoning his post in Afghanistan in 2009 before ending up as a Taliban prisoner. A medic who served with Bergdahl in the same platoon joins CBSN with thoughts on his alleged desertion.
Federal agents have arrested a U.S. National Guardsman accused of plotting an attack on U.S. soil for ISIS. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN with more on the criminal complaint filed against him.
Pakistani owner of African lioness named Queen says cubs each consume around 20 pounds of meat daily
Court awards $350,000 in damages to woman hit in the face by a ball that flew over safety net