A new Triple A study finds the fatality rate for teen drivers with teen passengers surges sharply. However, when an adult is in the car, the rate drops. CBS's Gary Nunn has today's "Reporter's Notebook."
Don't come back -- that is what Florida evacuees are being told -- after Hurricane Michael left death and destruction in its path. CBS News Correspondent Peter King has more on today's "Reporter's Notebook."
Over the weekend, a limo crash in upstate New York killed 20 people in the country's deadliest transportation accident since 2009. CBS News Correspondent Matt Pieper is at the scene of the tragedy with more details in today's "Reporter's Notebook."
In today's "Reporter's Notebook," CBS News Correspondent Peter King has some thoughts on the International Space Station and a recent leak that a Russian space official said may not have been an accident.
It's been one year since the deadliest mass shooting in our nation's history left 58 people dead and 851 more injured. CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman offers some thoughts on the Las Vegas Massacre in today's "Reporter's Notebook."
By an 11-10 vote, The Senate Judiciary Committee has voted TO send Brett Kavanaugh's SCOTUS nomination to the Senate for a decision. CBS News Legal Analyst Thane Rosenbaum breaks it all down on today's "Reporter's Notebook."
The national debate over the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh came to a screeching halt today as all eyes and ears were on his accuser. CBS News Correspondent Bill Rehkopf has more in today's "Reporter's Notebook."
Comedian Bill Cosby, once considered "America's Dad" at the peak of his popularity in the 1980s, will now spend time behind bars for sexual assault. CBS News Correspondent Matt Pieper was in the courtroom for Cosby's sentencing and he has more in today's "Reporter's Notebook."
All eyes are on President Trump as he participates in the U.N. General Assembly, which kicks off today. CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk has more from the U.N. in today's "Reporter's Notebook."