A 5-week-old panda showed off its cuteness in an attempt to roll over for the first time. A photographer captured the effort at a Chinese nature reserve. It wiggled and crunched for about a minute to try to accomplish its goal.
Man believed to be homeless allegedly stole parking enforcement officer's vehicle in Southern California
Food & Wine and Fortune magazines reveal their list of leaders
Donald Trump's family foundation is under investigation by New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman. The Washington Post reported that Trump made questionable purchases using donations from contributors. The Trump campaign accuses Schneiderman, a Hillary Clinton supporter, of being "a partisan hack." Schneiderman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the details of the investigation.
The school year just started, but parents may already be tired of hearing "fine" when they ask kids about their day. Psychologist and CBS News contributor Lisa Damour joins "CBS This Morning" to offer tips for getting past the stalemate.
Protesters speak up as the Latino-heavy state seeks to include education on Mexican heritage in its curriculum
As students return to class, some school districts are releasing dramatic videos to highlight the dangers from drivers who fail to stop for school buses. A growing number of schools are equipping buses with cameras to record violators. Mark Strassmann speaks to families who have been impacted by motorists illegally passing.
USA Today Washington bureau chief Susan Page joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the New York state attorney general's investigation into the Donald J. Trump Foundation and Gen. Colin Powell's leaked emails revealing his thoughts on the 2016 presidential candidates.
A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning." Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
Marquesa Jackson-Locklear’s 21-year-old daughter, Cherelle Jovanna Locklear, said she was raped at a fraternity house in September 2015
Newly released emails reveal former secretary of state was irked by Clinton's "hubris" in email controversy and Trump's "schizo fantasy" pitch to black voters
Allen Artis, a University of North Carolina football player, is off the team indefinitely following allegations of sexual assault. He was suspended Tuesday. The linebacker's accuser, sophomore Delaney Robinson, says she had bruises on her neck after the alleged attack. Vinita Nair reports on how Robinson is accusing the school of mishandling her case.
Hacked emails reveal deep tensions between former Secretary of State Colin Powell and the Clinton campaign. The leaked emails show Powell urged the Clinton campaign to leave him out of her private email server controversy. He also called Donald Trump a "national disgrace." Nancy Cordes reports.
New York state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says his office is now looking at Trump's foundation to see if it violated state law. A lengthy Washington Post investigation revealed that Trump stopped donating to his charity eight years ago and made questionable purchases using donors' money -- prompting Schneiderman's investigation. Major Garrett reports.
Three Phoenix police officers are recovering from injuries after a suspect attacked them with his car. Dramatic surveillance video shows the driver ramming the officers. Two of them were hurt when they were hit. The third was injured while capturing the suspect. Michelle Miller reports.
Donald Trump's foundation is now under investigation by the New York attorney general. Also, a surprise tropical storm forms overnight, slamming parts of Florida with torrential rain and heavy wind. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell's leaked emails take over the election discourse, as the Trump Foundation faces new scrutiny
At least 15 states allow cameras to be mounted outside the buses to record drivers who illegally pass the stop signs
Heavy rains pelting wide swaths, flash floods and twisters possible
Obama administration request is for rebuilding damaged homes and infrastructure, helping small businesses and funding community development projects