Among the artists and historic figures whose timeless recordings have been selected by the Library of Congress for the National Recording Registry (clockwise from top left): Donna Summer; Edward R. Murrow; Prince; Bo Diddley; Parliament; and Dolly Parton. (CBS News Photo)
Marvel Comics’ mutant character Northstar has not often been a headliner. If all you know about the X-Men is what you've seen in movies starring Hugh Jackman, then you likely don’t know him at all. That changes with this week's “Astonishing X-Men #50” when Northstar takes center stage and prepares to go from one of the first openly gay superheroes in comics to the first married gay hero at Marvel.
If you're texting while driving and you have an accident - it's your fault. But what about the person who was texting with you? That question is at the heart of a lawsuit in New Jersey.
Palin announced her backing for Orrin Hatch in a post to her website Tuesday evening, calling him "part of the one percent of national politicians who I think should be reelected."
Apple is moving forward with "spaceship" campus in Cupertino, a legacy left behind in the last visions of founder Steve Jobs. The circular building would house 13,000 employees, be surrounded by greenspace.
One of the three Drug Enforcement Administration agents under investigation for allegedly soliciting sex in Cartagena, Colombia, had a long-term relationship with a prostitute, potentially exposing himself to blackmail by drug cartels or other criminals, according to two government sources familiar with the investigation.