AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety survey finds how many U.S. drivers admit expressing anger, aggression or road rage in a year
CBS News contributor Bob Schieffer joins CBSN to discuss the presidential race and the upcoming Republican convention in Cleveland.
If successful, these technologies might be used to help identify life in space and provide medical care here on Earth
CBS News' Carter Evans reports on the search for a serial shooter who's killed at least seven people in the Phoenix area.
CBS News' Nancy Cordes discusses Hillary Clinton's meetings with potential running mates.
CBS News' Major Garrett breaks down Donald Trump's short list of possible running mates.
A new Federal Reserve survey finds modest economic growth in most parts of the U.S.; Amazon says Prime Day was its biggest sales-volume day ever; and Forbes says Dallas Cowboys are worth $4 billion. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
Filmmaker Ken Burns has spent more than 35 years telling America's story in documentaries, but now he's releasing his first children's book called "Grover Cleveland, Again!: A Treasury of American Presidents." Burns joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the inspiration behind the book as well as his latest political project, Historians on Donald Trump, which addresses why the presumptive GOP nominee's campaign is "so troubling from a historical perspective."
After the police-involved shooting deaths of two black men and the killing of five Dallas police officers, some communities turned to religion for healing. Bishop T. D. Jakes held a special town hall at The Potter's House megachurch in Dallas, where police, local leaders and family members of those killed by officers took part. Bishop Jakes joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss racial tensions in the U.S. and offer practical ways our society could address the recent tragedies.
2-month-old girl rushed to Connecticut hospital after she began experiencing breathing problems at Stamford daycare center
An Atlanta teen is an Internet star for his poem about race in America. The video was recorded this spring and now has more than 10 million views online. Mark Strassmann reports on how Royce Mann's words are drawing intense reaction from all sides.
Just over a week after its release, "Pokemon Go" has become one of the hottest mobile apps of all time. The video game sends players wandering around, trying to catch characters in real-life locations. The free app has surpassed Twitter in daily users, and people spend more time there than on Facebook. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the business behind the app and potential security concerns.
The TSA has taken steps to relieve the long waits at its checkpoints, including hiring more screeners. But a concierge service is helping some flyers skip the line altogether. Kris Van Cleave reports from the Baltimore-Washington International Airport.
Police are hunting for a serial killer terrorizing the Phoenix area. In the last four months, seven people were shot and killed. Two other victims were wounded. Investigators believe all of the attacks are connected. Carter Evans reports from Phoenix.
Some of the biggest NBA stars are speaking out against racism and gun violence. Their powerful words came at Wednesday night's ESPY Awards honoring the year's top athletes. Big names from sports, entertainment and politics all voiced concern about the issues pressing the country. Jim Axelrod reports.
The Army is reviewing how the gunman in the Dallas police ambush received an honorable discharge from the military despite a recommendation he be thrown out of the service. Three of the five police officers killed last Thursday were buried Wednesday. Thousands packed churches and lined streets for the funerals. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
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WTNH-TV in New Haven has suspended 33-year-old Justin Goldstein over the charges
Since March, nine people have been shot within about a 50-square mile area of Phoenix
"Clear" allows passengers to jump right into screening after an iris or fingerprint scan, but also raises some concerns