Across America, the clockwork of the cosmos turned day into night -- and then day again
Millions of Americans coast to coast witness what one astronomer called "the most dramatic solar eclipse I've ever seen"
The sun and the moon exhibited incredible power on Monday, drawing millions of people to the total eclipse zone. But one group of high achievers saw an opportunity for a class reunion. Jeff Glor has their story.
CBS News asked you, our readers, to share your best pictures of the 2017 solar eclipse, and you got some awesome shots
The president speaks from Fort Myer, Virginia, about the path forward for the U.S. in Afghanistan
If you missed the solar eclipse on Monday, the countdown has begun for the next one
Eclipse observers were likely to experience a sudden drop in temperature during the period of "totality"
U.S. Navy's destroyer sustained damage on its left rear side Monday near Singapore, Navy's 7th Fleet says
Memorable photos of the first solar eclipse to cross the U.S. from coast to coast in 99 years
The panel, formed in 2015, was tasked with advising government and the private sector on navigating climate change
Astronomer Derrick Pitts on studying "really cool" phenomena and mysteries of the sun's corona
Washington and Seoul ignore Pyongyang’s fiery rhetoric; North calls this year's drills "reckless" move that could spark nuclear war
Monday's eclipse will last a couple of minutes and will be covered live with a CBS News Special Report at 1 p.m. ET
Lewis died at his Las Vegas home of natural causes, his publicist and agent confirmed Sunday
Robert E. Lee’s among them; school’s president says they’ve become "symbols of modern white supremacy and neo-Nazism"
Disturbing new details describe how boyfriend of since-fired microbiology professor Wyndham Lathem was stabbed 70 times in Chicago
Autonomous drones are being called the biggest thing in military technology since the nuclear bomb. David Martin reports.
Hatred and vitriol used against targets on social media -- often against innocent or misidentified victims -- can lead to fear for safety, job loss and even suicide
"The Science Guy" says brief celestial spectacle is cause for us all to celebrate both the planet we share and humankind's ability to understand the cosmos
Parents, schools and summer camps need to take steps to protect children's eyes during Monday's solar eclipse
Imagine you're 5 years old and 1,000 miles away from home -- not knowing your last name or your address
Millions will witness the first solar eclipse to cross the entire continental U.S. in 99 years on Mon., August 21