Casting Update For New Movie "Secretariat"

Filming is about to begin for the much anticipated Disney movie, "Secretariat". Last week, over 5,000 hopefuls showed up at the Cajundome, hoping to land a part as an extra in the movie. And casting officials say it was the largest turn out the

DA: CBS Producer Charged in Letterman Plot in Debt

A longtime CBS News producer pleaded not guilty to trying to extort $2 million from David Letterman in a plot that prompted the late-night comedian to admit to sexual relationships with female employees.

150 Suspected Insurgents Captured in Iraq

Iraqi security forces are wrapping up a major operation in Mosul that has led to the capture of at least 150 suspected insurgents.

Sole Video Footage of Anne Frank Posted Online

A video showing the only footage of Anne Frank ever recorded is now available on YouTube.

Nearly 1 in 3 Pregnant Women With H1N1 Have Died in U.S.

As the nation prepares for the first wave of H1N1 flu vaccines to arrive early next week, there is a stark reminder about how important it is to protect those most at risk from this new strain.

CBS News Producer Is Accused Letterman Extortionist

A longtime CBS News producer has been indicted for allegedly attempting to extort $2 million from late night comedian David Letterman.

David Letterman Admits Affairs at Center of Extortion Arrest

Late-night host David Letterman acknowledged on Thursday's show that he had sexual relationships with female employees and that someone tried to extort $2 million from him over the affairs.

Odierno: U.S. May Never Declare Victory in Iraq

Top U.S. commander in Iraq says not to expect 'mission accomplished' declaration when troops leave in 2011

Hero Pilot Takes to NYC Skies After Hudson River Landing

Capt. Chesley B. 'Sully' Sullenberger took to the skies in New York City Thursday for the first time since January's heroic Hudson River emergency landing.