Chanting "No justice, no shopping," thousands of protesters force management to close parts of mall during last-minute holiday shopping
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Michael Roberto, a 42-year-old man, decorates his room like an 8-year-old boy. Ever since the age of 5, Michael’s life has revolved around a certain toy truck. Jim Axelrod reports.
Four Afghans who had been held for more than a decade at the Guantanamo Bay detention center in Cuba were sent home. President Obama has been clear in his desire to shut down the prison. Margaret Brennan reports.
The United States and Cuba made history this week when they announced they would re-establish diplomatic relations. Among those watching most eagerly were the people who run Major League Baseball teams. Jim Axelrod reports.
Speaking for the first time since he announced the grand jury would not indict Ferguson, MIssouri, officer Darren Wilson, St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch told KTRS-AM he stands by the way his office handled the case. Julianna Goldman reports.
Millions of Americans will be on the move the next few days as they head off to their holiday destinations. A huge storm system is also on the move, which could eventually create challenging travel conditions in two-thirds of the country. Lauren Casey of CBS Minneapolis station WCCO-TV reports.
Volunteers walk the beaches of Cape Cod Bay in Massachusetts looking for turtles. An influx of lost sea turtles have washed up on the frigid shores and are in dire need of help. Jericka Duncan reports.
After the FBI tracked the Sony hacking attack to North Korea, the country has offered to help the U.S. in a joint investigation. But the North Koreans' proposal comes with a threat. Danielle Nottingham reports.
In a developing story, two New York City police officers were shot and killed in their patrol car in Brooklyn. The suspect fled into a nearby subway station, where he killed himself. Mark Albert reports.
Gunman approached car, shot both officers before running into nearby subway and killing himself