Hundreds of thousands of people suffer from the potentially life threatening C. difficile bacterial infection in their intestines. CBS News' Marlie Hall reports that many patients are resorting to fecal transplants to combat the highly antibiotic-resistant bacteria -- an unusual and controversial treatment.moreless
Brazilian surfer Carlos Burle's ride on what may be a 100-foot wave off the coast of Nazare, Portugal, could be a world record, which would break American surfer Garrett McNamara's big wave record set at the same location.moreless
Flash Points: CBS News National Security Correspondent Bob Orr and CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate assess the White House's claim that President Obama did not know the NSA was eavesdropping on dozens of world leaders.moreless
Tokyo artist Kohei Matsuno has been making 3-D latte art for two years. On Sunday, he invited pet owners to come into a local coffee shop to have their dog portrayed in coffee froth. To create the one-of-a-kind artwork, he must work quickly as the foam continues to break down.moreless
People who live and work on California's Treasure Island thought a barge and four stories of cargo containers had something to do with the America's Cup, but as Allen Martin reports, the top-secret floating structure actually belongs to Google.moreless
Cast members from CBS' "The Good Wife" help Superstorm Sandy victims, plus Hollywood movie memorabilia to hit the auction block. Suzanne Marques has those stories and more in today's Eye on Entertainment.
Coastal flooding from Superstorm Sandy caused billions of dollars in damage to the New York and New Jersey area, and climate scientists say we're likely to see more storms like it in the future. Dr. Radley Horton of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies and Columbia University explains how sea-level rise and other factors could make Sandy-like damage three times more frequent.moreless
Punk-rocker Lou Reed has passed away at the age of 71. Lou Reed was the driving force behind the legendary cult band "The Velvet Underground," a group credited with revolutionizing rock in the 1960s and '70s. His agent says he was suffering from ailments related to a liver transplant. Susan McGinnis reports.moreless
Carly Paige is a makeup artist who's made a career out of transforming faces into the likeness of movie stars and fictional characters. Halloween is a big opportunity to show off her talents, and Elaine Quijano caught up with her.moreless
Watch manufacturer Shinola is investing in Detroit by hiring and training local workers. CEO Steve Bock hopes to help bring back American manufacturing by investing in what was once America's manufacturing powerhouse. Jeff Glor reports.moreless
Sara Kruzan was sentenced to life in prison at the age of 17 after killing her pimp, who had forced her to work as a child prostitute. Last week, she became eligible for parole and could be released within days. Carter Evans reports.moreless
One year after Superstorm Sandy ravaged coastal communities in New York City, homeowners and city planners are applying lessons learned from the storm as they rebuild and plan new development. Terrell Brown reports.moreless
Representatives from the European Union will be meeting with officials in Washington on recent reports that the U.S has been spying on their leaders. Senior correspondent John Miller explains what to expect from those meetings.moreless
Former President Bill Clinton says Democrat Terry McAuliffe's conciliatory approach will serve Virginia well if he's elected governor, saying political extremism "excites people but it doesn't get a darn thing done."
The latest on the troubled Obamacare rollout and NSA surveillance with Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., and others. Plus, a new look at the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy.moreless
Police in Santa Rosa, Calif., shot and killed a 13-year-old boy whose gun turned out to be fake. The tragedy occurred the day after a deadly school shooting in Nevada, and a police trainer says that incident may have put authorities on edge. Carter Evans reports.moreless
Barneys and Macy's are being accused of racial profiling after three African-American shoppers say they were treated like criminals after making legitimate purchases. Fans of rapper Jay-Z have asked him to sever his business ties with both stores. Don Dahler reports.moreless
After a leak revealed the U.S. had been spying on German Chancellor Angela Merkel's cell phone, as well as tens of thousands of French phone records, Germany and France want the U.S. to sign a no-spying deal. Kelly Cobiella reports.moreless
Dozens of Saudi women, banned from driving a car, defied authorities and got behind the wheel. Opinion is divided among the Saudi government with some pushing toward empowerment for women and powerful clerics who are against any such measure. Holly Williams reports.moreless
White House officials acknowledge the website's issues are a self-inflicted wound, but Republican lawmakers believe these problems are just the beginning of problems with the Affordable Care Act. Jeff Pegues reports.
Rep. Fred Upton, R-Mich., said the problems with Obamacare go far beyond a faulty website in the weekly GOP address on Saturday, calling for a delay of the law's requirement for individuals to purchase health insurance or pay a fine.moreless
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