Final report from Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission report says the boy died from a crushing bite and drowning
Thousands of people praise teacher's new philosophy on homework after parent posts letter on Facebook
Conservative commentator Ann Coulter joined CBSN to discuss her new book "In Trump We Trust." Coulter also describes the shift in American politics since Donald Trump's run for office as well as his immigration policy.
Bei Bei the panda celebrated her first birthday over the weekend at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., with a giant frozen cake made with apples and sweet potatoes.
Pfizer buying prostate cancer specialist Medivation for $14B; ex-NBA star Kobe Bryant to launch venture capital fund; and heavy flooding threatens U.S. rice harvest. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
Police insist 23-year-old whose shooting death led to a riot in Milwaukee was holding a gun and pointing it at police
While the Cincinnati Zoo director finds the often sarcastic internet tributes unhelpful, others claim they are fed by genuine sadness
An estimated 24 million people are expected to take cruises this year. One report showed more than a quarter of them are age 60 or older, and more than one-fifth are retired. For many of those passengers, the ships are like a second home, but for one woman, ocean liner Crystal Serenity is her only home. Peter Greenberg reports.
The Park Service said that the injured green sea turtle was found on the beach Sunday morning and had to be euthanized
Throughout his career, former Los Angeles Lakers player Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has been a social and political activist. He boycotted the 1968 Olympics and supported Muhammad Ali's decision to refuse induction into the military during the Vietnam War. He also recently took the stage at the Democratic National Convention. The cultural commentator and best-selling author joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his new book, "Writings on the Wall: Searching for a New Equality Beyond Black and White."
Some officers spotted an as-yet unidentified 10-foot snake eating a mammal in June, so the snakeskin caused some concern
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Will 2024 be the year the Olympics return to the U.S.? It's been 20 years since the 1996 Summer Games in Atlanta. Since then, Chicago and New York have tried to land the Olympics but have been passed over. Now, Los Angeles, which hosted the games in 1984, thinks it can go the distance. Ben Tracy reports.
Washington Post investigative political reporter Michael Kranish and senior editor Marc Fisher are out with a new book called "Trump Revealed: An American Journey of Ambition, Ego, Money, and Power." It compiles the work of more than two dozen Washington Post reporters, fact-checkers and editors who examined Trump's childhood, his beginnings in real estate and the international expansion of his branded empire. Kranish and Fisher join "CBS This Morning" to discuss their findings.
Investigators reportedly found counterfeit pills containing powerful opioids at the home of Prince when he died in April. They were also reportedly mislabeled. Michelle Miller reports on how Prince might have been the victim of a growing epidemic.
Boating accident could have been a lot worse for toddler, but officials say "the air pocket in the boat and the life jacket saved her life"
Republican strategist and CBS News contributor Frank Luntz joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the focus group he led on Saturday in a Philadelphia suburb. See why many of the 24 voters who once supported Donald Trump don't anymore.
Donald Trump may be backing away from a cornerstone of his campaign: his vow to deport millions of immigrants who entered the U.S. illegally. If he changes his mind, that would be a huge shift in an issue that is looming large on the campaign trail. Major Garrett reports.
Hillary Clinton's campaign is announcing they are reserving $80 million worth of TV advertising time in battleground states this fall. It's an attempt to swamp Donald Trump's message with money he may not be able to match. Nancy Cordes reports.
President Obama will visit flood-ravaged Louisiana on Tuesday. The disaster has killed at least 13 people and damaged around 60,000 homes. Manuel Bojorquez reports from Denham Springs where many are monitoring the government's response to the natural disaster.