Sesame Street characters make fun of a hit cable show in the spoof "Game Of Chairs." CBSN's Meg Oliver and Vladimir Duthiers take a look at the clip.
Mobile app billed as a "safer" place for kids targets young children with unfair and deceptive advertising, consumer advocates say
Rutgers has banned all fraternity and sorority parties after a string of alcohol related health incidents. CBSN's Meg Oliver and Vladimir Duthiers talk about the new restriction
Gov. Brown called for a voluntary cut in water usage last year, but a worsening drought and citizens' failure to abide means state will enforce it
After the new host of "The Daily Show" came under fire for racist and homophobic tweets, the original host spoke out in his defense. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Meg Oliver review the controversy.
Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli says there was a "history of domestic issues" between Michael Juskin and his 88-year-old wife, Rosalia
A ship broke free of its mooring, hit two other ships, and caused oil to spill into the crucial waterway
A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning."
Judith Miller is a classic case of the reporter becoming the story. Miller's Page One exclusives at The New York Times were cited by the Bush administration and used them to help make the case for war in Iraq. Miller joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her new book, "The Story: A Reporter's Journey."
Detroit-area woman Jeralean Talley, who was born in 1899 and still enjoys her annual trout fishing trip, talks about the reason for her longevity
Jury deliberations are set to begin Tuesday morning in the Boston Marathon bombing trial. Five men and seven women will decide the fate of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in the attacks that left four people dead and more than 260 injured. Don Dahler reports on how the lawyers are painting clashing portraits of the accused bomber.
The University of Virginia fraternity Phi Kappa Psi was at the center of a retracted Rolling Stone article, and now they're pursuing legal action. The fraternity accused the magazine of being reckless in its article depicting an alleged brutal sexual assault. Julianna Goldman reports on whether the legal action is likely to succeed.
Maryland's chief medical examiner is investigating a suspected case of carbon monoxide poisoning that killed a father and his seven children. Police say there is no sign of foul play, and it is believed the family was using a gas generator inside the house. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Full plate for Boston Marathon bombings jury; fracking-Oklahoma earthquakes connection?; newlyweds' continuing miracle
The Duke Blue Devils are national champions, but this morning, there is stinging criticism over "one and done" players. Also, Sen. Rand Paul is ready to run for president. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
Jurors to begin going over 16 days of testimony during which lawyers painted 2 very different portraits of accused marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev
Danielle Davis ignored doctors who suggested taking her husband off life support after his motorcycle accident, and they haven't looked back
Cincinnati Bengals' Devon Still announced his daughter is cancer free in March, but they still have a long road ahead
State leaders are pushing for more 16- and 17-year-olds who commit crimes to be treated as juveniles, not as adults.
CBS News gets a glimpse at life inside a facility that many consider a model for "raise the age" reforms.