Boston joins Rome as the only other city that has officially decided to bid; U.S. hasn't hosted the Summer Games since 1996
A look back at the week that was on "CBS This Morning."
Rob Konrad was fishing when he fell off boat, which was on auto pilot; he began swimming toward shore and made it after 4 a.m.
Former NFL Star Aaron Hernandez, 25, is accused of killing Odin Lloyd, a 27-year-old semiprofessional football player from Boston in 2013
Lawyers for a Massachusetts teen accused of brutally killing his teacher say police coerced him into waiving his rights and making statements about the murder
A motorcycle wreck in 2001 challenged whether Tim Medvetz would ever walk again, but the former Hells Angel set a goal not only to walk but to climb Mount Everest. Along the way, he found a new mission: turning disaster into determination for wounded veterans. Medvetz and one of the climbers, retired Marine Staff Sgt. Mark Zambon, join "CBS This Morning" to give a preview of Lara Logan's "60 Minutes" report.
It's like something out of Seinfeld: a couple says a billboard nearby is so bright, it shines into their bedroom all night. When they complained to some advertisers, the billboard owner sued them. Now the couple is fighting back. Jericka Duncan reports.
The teenager known to the public as "Cassandra" blasted the Connecticut Supreme Court Friday, after it ruled she must undergo chemotherapy for her cancer. Cassandra wrote to the Hartford Courant, "I want the right to make my medical decisions." Her mother Jackie Fortin agrees that the 17-year-old should have the final say. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the case.
"CBS This Morning" takes a looks at headlines from around the globe
President Obama will announce a plan Friday for two years of free community college. The goal is to make a college education more accessible. It will take legislation -- and approval -- from a Republican-led Congress to make this happen, and the White House knows that is a high hurdle. Bill Plante reports.
Freezing weather continues to cover most of the country, and sub-zero windchills are making the cold even more brutal. Cities like Fargo and Minneapolis hit 20 degrees below zero overnight. Ashley Roberts of CBS station WCCO reports from St. Louis Park, Minnesota.
Dramna in manhunt for Paris newspaper massacre suspects; California measles outbreak raising serious questions; Chris Christie's Dallas Cowboys problem
Tom Selleck, Bridget Moynahan, and Donnie Wahlberg tell CBS News' Lauren Moraski about filming 100 episodes and the all-important dinner scenes.
The 44-year-old was arrested in Oregon with 2.5 pounds of methamphetamine
The grammy winning musician and songwriter was known for is work with stars from Michael Jackson to Madonna and for promotion of the Christian music genre
One blaze was a total loss, an official said, while the other suffered $20,000 in damage
One of the boys was submerged for more than 30 minutes, while the other was able to pull himself out
Tensions between New York Mayor Bill De Blasio and the NYPD remain high, even after Police Commissioner Bill Bratton tried to reach an agreement with city hall on how to move forward. New York Magazine's Chris Smith has been covering the conflict.
CBS News' Bill Plante was in Selma, Alabama in 1964 and spoke to Dr. King during the marches. Ahead of the release of the movie 'Selma' CBSN sat down with Plante to hear his experience during the monumental civil rights marches.
The U.S. Olympic Committee has made its choice for the city they want to represent America in its bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics.