Even though the job market continues to improve - employers hired more people than expected last month - there could still be troubling news ahead for the millions of unemployed Americans. Alison Harmelin reports.
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Experts "cautiously optimistic" as 35 of stranded whales in Everglades seemed to be headed back out to sea
As the National Park Service and National Park Association ready the 2013 National Christmas Tree lighting ceremony, CBS News reporter Lindsey Boerma goes behind the scenes to see just how much has changed since President Calvin Coolidge lit the first tree 91 years ago.
Frigid weather is sweeping across the country; Fargo, N.D., is so cold salt won't melt the ice on the roads
Rescue workers banged pipes and revved boat engines in an attempt to herd a group of stranded whales out to open waters. The Coast Guard says it's spotted several small groups of pilot whales stranded in the Florida Everglades, several of which died after beaching themselves in the dangerously shallow waters. Alison Harmelin reports.
In more than 100 cities across the U.S. fast food workers protested for higher wages. Protesters are asking for a wage of $15 an hour, but restaurants say raising the minimum wage would result in fewer jobs and higher prices. Danielle Nottingham reports.
Vancouver mother, who often tweets on traffic, describes accident, frets about being unable to reach husband
After criticism that it mishandled child sex abuse allegations, Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis publishes names of 34 who have been credibly accused
Dozens of Russian diplomats accused of living in luxury as they lied about incomes to get Medicaid to pay their health care bills
A woman well-known in Washington state social media circles inadvertently live-tweeted news of her husband's fatal car crash. Caran Johnson was following news of a deadly wreck on I-205, and was unaware that her husband was the victim. KOIN-TV's Iwanaga reports.