With college application deadlines just around the corner, high school seniors are looking for new ways to impress admissions departments. Many students are turning to LinkedIn to show off their accomplishments and gain an edge over fellow applicants.
Can infants tell right from wrong? And if so, how would you know? Come to Yale’s baby lab. Lesley Stahl reports.
A federal judge in Michigan ruled that Detroit can cut public pensions as it enters bankruptcy, a decision that could effect the retirement of millions of current and former municipal workers.
Mo Rocca investigates claims about fortune cookies. While they may remain delicious, some say the messages in them have been getting stale--’in bed.’
Daily health headlines: New technology is making it easier to spot breast cancer early. And, doctors believe they may be close to a cure for HIV. Ko Im reports on the day’s top health stories.
For the first time, Pope Francis publicly addressed the biggest scandal facing the Catholic Church: clergy sex abuse. Norah O’Donnell reports.
Will Ferrell has appeared as Ron Burgundy in several advertisements and viral videos, including a local newscast in North Dakota. Will this marketing strategy help the film when it hits the box office in a few weeks.
Twice in three days, the Grand Canyon filled with a dense fog. These inversion clouds form when warm are traps cold air near the Earth’s surface. This timelapse video comes from the Grand Canyon National Park’s Facebook page.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos revealed "Prime Air" -- a drone delivery system that he hopes could deliver packages in 30 minutes. Bezos hopes to have the drone fleet in the air by 2015, but there are still a few hurdles to clear before the project takes flight.
Early indications are that online sales were up more than 17 percent over 2012 on Cyber Monday. Chrysler reports the company’s best November since 2007. The USPS is being sued over stamp error. All of these stories and more.