Dalton Hayes, 18, who ran away with a 13-year-old alleged to be his girlfriend, also faces charges of criminal mischief, trespassing, theft, and burglary
A look back at the week that was on "CBS This Morning."
In an attempt to get his State of the Union message out to a wider audience, President Obama gave interviews to three Youtube celebrities. Bill Plante spoke to two of the stars, GloZell Green and Hank Green.
Brad Knudson went on YouTube to expose the alleged bullies he says targeted his 14-year old daughter. His video has been viewed more than 1.3 million times, but his online crusade also turned up a surprise in his own home. Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield of Minneapolis station WCCO spoke to the family in an interview you'll see only on "CBS This Morning."
Rihanna has won a legal battle against a fashion retailer using her image, and CBS has a new "Supergirl" with actress Melissa Benoist. Suzanne Marques reports on the day's top entertainment stories.
Loctite is one of a dozen companies buying a Super Bowl commercial for the first time. That's the most newcomers in more than a decade. With an estimated 184 million people expected to watch the big game, these companies think it's worth making a high-stakes bet. Gigi Stone Woods reports.
A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning"
One of NASCAR's greatest is planning a pit stop. Four-time cup champion Jeff Gordon says this season will be his last as a full-time driver. Elaine Quijano reports on how Gordon helped boost NASCAR's popularity.
In his article "Patriots Drag the N.F.L. Back Into Turbulence," New York Times sports columnist Bill Rhoden wrote Thursday that he is "more or less numb" to issues that arise in the league. Rhoden joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the "deflate-gate" scandal surrounding the Patriots as they prepare for the Super Bowl.
The measles outbreak with roots in Disneyland continues to spread, with at least 75 confirmed cases in six states. At least 54 of those cases have been traced back to the resort, and many of those infected were not vaccinated. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director Dr. Anthony Fauci joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the severity of the outbreak.
New England Patriots coach and quarterback claim ignorance in the ball deflation scandal, but some former players aren't buying it. Also, a Disneyland measles outbreak spreads to 75 people in six states. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your World in 90 seconds.
Ominous ISIS warning about Japanese hostages; will Belichick, Brady "deflate-gate" claims hold up?; glue company betting big on Super Bowl ad sticking in consumers' minds
Research shows exposure to opioids during pregnancy can increase the risk of birth defects. Also, a new study indicates Celiac Disease among children in Britain has nearly tripled in the past twenty years. Bigad Shaban reports on the day's top health stories.
Joined by other ad first-timers for big game, Ohio company will spend entire annual ad budget in hopes of making its brand a household name
Snow and freezing rain expected from Philadelphia to Maine; storm has already dropped a foot of snow in Texas
New images reveal how the presidential helicopter pilots know exactly where to land on the White House lawn
YouTube stars Bethany Mota, Hank Green and Glozell Green got the chance to interview President Obama on everything from the importance of college to lipstick color.
1/22: Tom Brady responds to "deflate-gate" reports; D.C. chef teaches school kids to overcome adversity
Quarterback Tom Brady responded to questions on the investigation into his team's use of deflated footballs in the AFC Championship game; and, at Stanton Elementary School in Washington D.C., a class of fourth graders was treated to a lesson on healthy cooking by local celebrity chef James Robinson.
In 1995, home computers were on the rise; but they were hardly plug 'n' play back then, as CBS News profiles one woman's frustration that underscored a national dilemma
Quarterback Tom Brady responded to questions on the investigation into his team's use of deflated footballs in the AFC Championship game. Anna Werner reports on how the Patriots star handled questions of tampering.