The State Department said it would release about 3,000 pages of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton's correspondence from her first year as the nation's top diplomat, on Tuesday night.
A divided U.S. Supreme Court upheld the use of a lethal injection drug used in three botched executions last year, as two justices said for the first time that the death penalty is probably unconstitutional. Bloomberg's Phil Mattingly reports on Bloomberg Markets.
Several new laws go into effect today. Theres a mandatory 48-hour waiting period before abortions in Tennessee. And in Georgia, fireworks sales have been legalized. Also, gas and hotel taxes are going up in the peach state. Expect the price of gas to climb around seven cents per gallon. And hotel rooms will come with an additional $5 dollar fee per night.
European shares and periphery euro zone bonds rise and the euro barely flinches as investors give a resigned shrug to news that Greece has become the first developed economy to default on a loan with the International Monetary Fund.
The plane crashed into a home near Boston over the weekend. Investigators say the internal damage was in the engines crankcase but they dont know the cause. The engine has been taken for further examination.
Two passengers on a Japanese Shinkansen bullet train died on Tuesday after one doused himself in oil and set it ablaze
Its a race against the clock in Springfield, with lawmakers and Gov. Bruce Rauner facing a midnight deadline to reach a deal on the state budget so no state services are interrupted.
The European Union has signed a deal to end mobile roaming charges by June 2017, allowing travelers to make mobile calls, send texts and use mobile data at the same price anywhere in the 28 EU nations.
The presidential candidate and TV personality brings his controversial bid for president to the Windy City. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
The Paris Observatory is adding a leap second.
Republican U.S. presidential candidate Jeb Bush vows to reverse U.S. government's "sheer incompetence" as his campaign tour stops in Henderson, Nevada.
The family in Gaafour of the alleged gunman who massacred 38 people at a beach in Tunisia do not understand how the student and breakdancer -- who seemed like other young Tunisians -- transformed into an attacker shot dead by police.
Greece's five-year financial crisis took its most dramatic turn yet, with the cabinet deciding after an 8-hour session that Greek banks would remain shut for six business days.