There's another weather system moving toward the Northeast that promises to bring more snow and cold temperatures. WBZ's chief meteorologist Eric Fisher in Boston has the forecast.
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Floodwaters from the Nor'easter are turning some coastal New England homes to ice boxes. As Anna Werner reports, the region's recovery could take weeks.
Bryan Wynne, President & CEO of the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, talks to Vladimir Duthiers about the future of drones in the U.S. This is in reaction to Washington, D.C.'s decision to ban drones in the capitol following an episode where a drone landed on the White House lawn.
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A treasure hunter on the run for two years is now in handcuffs. Tommy Thompson gained notoriety in 1988, when he found the sunken ship "S S Central America," nicknamed the "ship of gold." The ship went down in 1857, taking with it nearly 500 passengers, and thousands of pounds of gold. We're joined now by "48 hours" Crimesi
A video of babies faces as they go through tunnels is getting popular online. CBSN looks at the adorable video.
Dr. Greg Hinson, a resident of Nantucket Island, Mass., joins CBSN to discuss how the town has been handling a massive snowstorm that has knocked out power to more than 15,000 customers.
A small rolling robot may be able to give scientists an idea of the way the magma travels up a volcano during a eruption. 'Volcano Bot Two' can go as much as 100 meters deep. It has an infrared imaging camera that can send live video to the surface while scientists remotely navigate it.
The woman who could become the first African-American woman to lead the Department of Justice faced lawmakers on Capitol Hill Wednesday. CBSN's Nancy Cordes joins "CBSN" with more from the hearing.
State Department correspondent Margaret Brennan talks about the U.S. approach to terror and what a prisoner exchange could mean for the future of the terrorist group.