It was 50 years ago today in Bethel, New York that "3 Days of Peace & Music" became one of the most iconic moments in American history. Woodstock has reached its golden anniversary. More from CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman in today's "Reporter's Notebook."
The shooting of Michael Brown, an 18-year old unarmed African-American teen was a seismic moment in American race relations. CBS News Correspondent Jim Krasula has today's "Reporter's Notebook" on the fifth anniversary of his death.
Tomorrow marks five years since Michael Brown was fatally shot in Ferguson, Missouri. CBS News Chief Justice and Homeland Security Correspondent Jeff Pegues discusses a CBS investigation into police conduct across the U.S. -- in today's "Reporter's Notebook."
Tragedy strikes the Kennedy family -- following the death of 22-year-old Saoirse Kennedy Hill, the granddaughter of Senator Robert F. Kennedy. As Reporter's Notebook anchor David Begnaud tells us, the cause of death remains unknown.
With the resignation of Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello, what will the incoming governor have to tackle in her administration? As "Reporter's Notebook" anchor David Begnaud tells us, it's the basic needs of the people of Puerto Rico.
Despite a week's worth of protests -- and preliminary reports that he would resign, Puerto Rico's governor Ricardo Rossello is not stepping down. Here's Reporter's Notebook anchor David Begnaud with the latest.
"Reporter's Notebook" anchor David Begnaud is surrounded by tens of thousands of Puerto Rican protesters calling for Governor Ricardo Rossello's resignation. Today, he takes time to reflect on a personal loss during his time on the island.