Scientists from the Smithsonian speculate that settlers in Jamestown, Va., may have resorted to cannibalism to survive a winter without food. Scott Pelley reports
The Broadway musical "Kinky Boots" - with a musical score by Cyndi Lauper - has earned a leading 13 Tony Award nominations.
A government report reveals dangerous side effects of the popular sleeping pill Ambien, and its generic versions. Dr. Holly Phillips explains.
Dr. Jon LaPook talks with Rob DeSalle, a curator at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, about how genes -- shaped by the world around us -- will sculpt the human race in the future.
On this day 16 years ago, comedian Ellen DeGeneres came out as gay on primetime TV. Gayle King reports.
A newly discovered hormone could one day be the answer to diabetes. The hormone replenishes the blood-sugar-regulating beta cells that diabetes patients lack. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
The most futuristic piece of consumer technology might be Google Glass - like a second screen for your smartphone that you wear. David Pogue of The New York Times has taken them out for a spin.
Dave Karger, host of the "Weekend Ticket" on the movie website Fandango, talks about the upcoming summer releases that aim to pack movie theaters.
The next step for Boston Marathon suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is likely to be an indictment following charges for using a weapon of mass destruction. CBS News’ Terrell Brown reports.
South Florida is full of insects and species from other countries. CBS News’ Mark Strassmann reports on an invasive snail that eats almost anything in its path, including houses.