Michael Phelps Opens Up About His Struggles With Mental Health, Depression In a recently posted video to his 2.17 million followers, Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time, opened up about his struggles with depression.
Pentagon: Military Parade Delayed Until Earliest 2019
Officer Injured In 3-Vehicle Crash In BaltimoreA police officer has been hospitalized after a three-vehicle crash in Baltimore Thursday.
Washington Cardinal Entangled In Two Sex-Abuse ScandalsWuerl, 77, has said he has no plans to step down, and he has defended his actions.
4-Year-Old Struck By Vehicle In Baltimore A 4-year-old boy was struck by a vehicle due to pedestrian error Thursday afternoon, but is currently not suffering any life-threatening injuries.
Survivor Calls For Baltimore Catholic Leaders To Release FilesThe report said Baltimore's longtime Catholic leader, the late Cardinal William Keeler failed to report crimes against children. The investigation took place in Pennsylvania and uncovered hundreds of priests linked to sex abuse cases.
Official Says Trump's Military Parade Would Cost About $92MA U.S. official says the Veterans Day military parade ordered up by President Donald Trump would cost about $92 million -- more than three times the maximum initial estimate.
Joe Biden Cancels Illinois Event Due To 'Doctor's Orders'Former Vice President Joe Biden canceled a planned appearance in Illinois this week because he is sick and "under doctor's orders not to travel," according to state Democrats.
Trump Calls Former Aide Omarosa A 'Dog'President Donald Trump on Tuesday referred to former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman, the only African-American to have served in a senior role in the White House, as a "dog."
Trump Signs Military Bill Named For Sen. McCainPresident Donald Trump has signed a $716 billion defense policy bill named for John McCain after delivering remarks that failed to mention the ailing senator.
LISTEN: Omarosa Releases Audio Of John Kelly Firing HerOmarosa Manigault Newman claimed on Sunday that she recorded White House chief of staff John Kelly firing her.
'It's A Violent Crime': Md. Cracking Down On Sex TraffickingMaryland’s top office is cracking down on sex traffickers who make their money along the I-95 corridor.
Southwest: Only Cats And Dogs Allowed As Emotional Support AnimalsPassengers will be allowed to bring only cats and dogs on board as emotional support animals beginning in September, and only one per customer. The animals must be on a leash or in a carrier at all times.
Johns Hopkins Ranks No. 3 Among Best Hospitals In The U.S.Johns Hopkins ranked third among the best hospitals in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report.
There's A U.K. Cookie Named After MarylandMove over Chips Ahoy! and Oreo, Marylanders might have a new favorite cookie brand.
Listen Up: Here Are The 5 Best Music Venues In BaltimoreWondering where to find the best music venues around town?
Vital Vinyl: Baltimore's 5 Best Record Shops To Visit NowShopping for vinyl? Whether you're a longtime LP lover or just discovering that warm, crackly sound, Baltimore's record shops may have just what you need.
Officials Asking MTA To Stop Late Service To White Marsh MallFollowing a brawl at White Marsh Mall between teenagers, local officials are asking the MTA to restructure service to the mall to prevent large crowds from hanging out there.
What To Do In Maryland: Aug 17-19There's plenty to do in Maryland this weekend.
Facts About MadonnaHere is a look at the life of Madonna, singer and actress.
How Aretha Franklin Energized Two Social Movements With One Hit SongNobody would call Aretha Franklin a central figure of the civil rights movement. And she was not an overt feminist.
Aretha Franklin, 'Queen of Soul,' Is Dead At 76Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul, died Thursday morning at her home in Detroit after a long battle with cancer, her family said in a statement. She was 76 years old.
Stevie Wonder Visits With Ill Aretha FranklinAretha Franklin is surrounded by those closest to her as the legendary singer receives hospice care.
Ariana Grande And James Corden Melt Hearts With Musical Ode To 'Titanic'James Corden's latest musical celebrity segment will have you swimming in emotions.
7 Public Schools In Maryland Test High For LeadAt least half of the 14 public schools near a Maryland city have tested high for lead concentrations in drinking water since last year.
FDA Warns Of Pet Owners Using Animals To Get OpioidsThe US Food and Drug Administration has raised alarm about one way people might access opioids to misuse and abuse: their pets.
Florida's Toxic Algae Problem And Your Health: 'Red Tide' And 'Green Slime'Respiratory symptoms have been reported in a number of Gulf Coast counties, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
A Contact Lens Was Embedded In Woman's Eyelid For 28 YearsImagine going to the eye doctor because your upper eyelid is swollen and painful. The doctor tells you it's a cyst and operates. Inside the blister, the surgeon finds a contact lens: a rigid gas-permeable one.
Life Expectancy Drops In The US And The UK, Rises In Australia, A New Study FindsLife expectancy fell across the majority of high-income countries, signaling a collective and simultaneous decline among affluent nations for the first time in decades, a new study finds.
CDC Monitoring Measles Outbreak In Maryland, 20 Other StatesThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is monitoring cases of measles in 21 states, including Maryland, after noting an outbreak.
Child denied school lunch because she was 15 cents short, mom claimsWhen the student didn't have the money to pay the difference, the cashier allegedly threw the food away
Gunfire rings out during traffic stop in PhoenixOfficer, suspect in critical condition after, police say, motorist shoots at officer who pulled him over
Adm. William McRaven asks Trump to revoke his security clearanceMcRaven, who oversaw the Navy SEAL raid that killed bin Laden, argued that Mr. Trump does not show qualities of a good leader
Bode and Morgan Miller raise awareness after daughter's drowning deathOlympic skier Bode Miller and his wife, pro volleyball player Morgan Beck Miller, are trying to raise awareness about pool safety. Their 19-month-old daughter drowned this year in a neighbor's pool. Their full interview airs Friday, August 17 on "CBS This Morning."
Sam Moore remembers Aretha Franklin as a "giant among giants"The "Queen of Soul" is being honored by fans, including her friend Sam Moore
Dad in custody after allegedly killing wife and kidsA man in Colorado, who appeared on TV this week begging for the safe return of his missing wife and two daughters, has now reportedly confessed to their murders. He appeared in court on Thursday. CBS News correspondent Omar Villafranca reports.
Vatican condemns sex abuse described in Pa. grand jury reportThe Vatican said Pope Francis is on the victims' side and they are his priority; Church expressed "shame and sorrow" in its statement
Pompeo forms "Iran Action Group" for post-nuclear deal policyThe group will coordinate and run policy toward Iran as the administration moves ahead with its plans after withdrawing from the international nuclear pact
U.N. report highlights dangers for kids deported from U.S.Children's agency warns that, "being returned to impossible situations makes it more likely that they will migrate again"
Turks are smashing their iPhones to protest TrumpTurks show support for their gov't as it clashes with U.S. over a jailed American Pastor Andrew Brunson by destroying U.S. products
Queen Elizabeth II's personal doctor killed in cycle crashDr. Peter Fisher, 67, remembered as leader in homeopathic and holistic medicine who served on British monarch's medical team for 15 years
Italian firm balks at bridge collapse backlash with "causes" unclearNew gov't has threatened to strip concession from holding company that controls affected highway, before cause of disaster is proven