CBSNews -- It's one of the heartbreaking realities of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) rampage through Iraq and Syria: More than 100,000 children are among nearly one million people forced to escape into northern Iraq.
CBSNews -- If you're one of the almost 6 million individuals who received a government subsidy toward the health insurance you bought on Healthcare.gov or your state's insurance exchange, then prepare for a possible delay in processing your 2014 tax return and refund.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Pre-sale stickers on sale for Springfield's New Year's Eve First Night event. They are $8 per person or $30 for a family four-pack. Night-of stickers are $10 per person or $35 for a family four-pack.
MARINE ON ST. CROIX, Minn. -- Residents in the small town of Marine on St. Croix are once again baring it all. This marks the fourth year for the revealing calendar. And it's all in love for a local woman.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- There's not only a shopping rush this holiday season, but a medical rush as well. People are trying to use up their health insurance flexible spending policies by the end of the year to make sure they don't lose their benefits.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri Governor Jay Nixon (D) says he has released the money to cover a one-percent pay raise for state employees. He had held back that funding due to concerns the state wouldn’t have the money to cover it.
The hottest gift on Christmas wish lists are electronics. Americans go through tablets, computers, mobile phones, televisions by the millions. But the EPA says you should not just chuck the older versions in the trash.
LOS ANGELES -- Cybersecurity experts are questioning the FBI's claim that North Korea is responsible for the hack that crippled Sony Pictures. Kurt Stammberger, a senior vice president with cybersecurity firm Norse, told CBS News his company has data that doubts some of the FBI's findings.
NEW YORK -- More than 98 million Americans will travel for the holidays this year, the most in the last 10 years, according to the American Automobile Association. Robert Sinclair, media relations manager for AAA New York, joined CBSN on Tuesday with the big reason why.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The state Supreme Court has affirmed a lower court ruling that a Springfield man is guilty of felony child abuse for confining his 14-year-old son to a bathroom for days at a time and restricting his food.
There's new information now about which cars may be the safest choices for you and your family. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is out with its Top Safety Picks offering excellent crash protection.