A suitcase containing a mutilated body was found on a busy sidewalk in San Francisco, about two blocks from the headquarters of Twitter. Police are treating the gruesome discovery as a homicide. "48 Hours" Crimesider reporter Michelle Sigona has the details.
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Vladimir Duthiers talks to CBS This Morning senior producer Diana Miller about highlights of what will be on the show for Friday, January 30, 2015.
As the measles outbreak grows, so is the pressure from parents telling other parents to vaccinate their children. Ben Tracy spoke to one family who says a lack of vaccinations is putting their already sick child at risk.
The cartoon's googly eyes after accidents has led researchers to use new technology to identify concussions
CBSN spoke with the Comcast customer whose billing name was changed to a profanity by an employee of the cable company. Lisa Brown, of Spokane, Washington, says she's satisfied with how the company handled the situation. The offensive customer service rep who changed Brown's name to an obscenity has been fired and Comcast has apologized to the Brow
The co-pilot of the Delta Airlines flight was at the controls and was able to land the aircraft
Health officials are scrambling to stop the measles outbreak from spreading even more after reaching what they call a critical point. CBS News chief medical correstpondent Dr. Jon LaPook has details on the outbreak and how to combat it.
Former D.C.-area taxi driver is accused of providing "material support" to al Qaeda-linked militant group in Somalia
In a recent speech, Mitt Romney took jabs at Hillary Clinton and discussed marriage as an antidote to poverty -- prompting some to speculate the former governor is gearing up for a presidential run. CBS News director of elections Anthony Salvanto joins CBSN to break down Romney’s comments.
As part of the settlement, the Boy Scouts are allowed to keep years' worth of "perversion" files private