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2013: American parents basically can no longer afford to send their kids to college

Students for Obama. Photo: AFP/Getty Images

College costs have been soaring, and a study out Tuesday shows that parents are not picking much of the tab as they used to. In 2010, they funded 36 percent; now it's more like 27 percent.

Women 40 percent more likely to develop mental illness than men

3:42 PM 05/23/2013

 (CBS ATLANTA) – There is a gender gap for mental illness, with females being up to 40 percent more likely to develop some type of mental health condition than their male counterparts.

Moore, Okla. students reunite with classmates [VIDEO]

11:06 AM 05/23/2013

The story and the controversy behind ‘Keep Calm and Carry On’ [VIDEO]

11:16 AM 05/13/2013
From a WWII poster to a book store to an international sensation

Not so Secret: First agent to talk about Secret Service prostitute scandal [VIDEO]

4:09 PM 05/09/2013
Says behavior was legal, not against rules

Super Bowl security: Behind the scenes with the FBI [VIDEO]

4:18 AM 02/03/2013

Brazil nightclub fire kills hundreds [VIDEO]

1:20 PM 01/28/2013

Chilling texts from inside the Algerian terror attack compound [VIDEO]

3:38 PM 01/20/2013

Baltimore confident of Ravens playoff victory, preps riot police [VIDEO]

10:58 AM 01/18/2013

Boeing Dreamliner fast becoming a nightmare? [VIDEO]

2:31 PM 01/09/2013

Preliminary hearing for shooter James Holmes [VIDEO]

12:16 PM 01/07/2013

Photo of teenage Princess Diana released [VIDEO]

1:47 AM 01/05/2013

MTV goes Moonshinin’ and Muddin’ [VIDEO]

7:15 PM 01/04/2013

Wisc. police officer saves baby in runaway shopping cart [VIDEO]

2:13 AM 12/23/2012

Fast and Furious gun found at Mexican crime scene

5:28 PM 12/18/2012

Another weapon from the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agency's controversial Operation Fast and Furious was recently recovered at a Mexican crime scene, CBS News has learned.

Huffington Post, Gawker brought down by Superstorm Sandy

8:12 AM 10/30/2012

In addition to cutting power to millions and causing massive flooding in New York City, Superstorm Sandy also brought down several high-profile websites, including Huffington Post and Gawker.