Colorado community's cats have stopped coming around to their food bowls in past two weeks
Mural depicting GOP governor Paul LePage in full Ku Klux Klan regalia sparks battle over free-speech, public decency
Federal officials say midair collision of two small aircraft caused deadly plane crash in western Georgia
Tate encountered injured 6-year-old on popular Mount Charleston hiking trail over Labor Day weekend
A Congressional report provides new details and a behind-the-scenes timeline of one of the worst-ever cyber attacks in the U.S.
As Paralympic Games get underway, Team USA swimmer talks about her journey to Rio, her swim to gold in 2012 and how she stays strong
Liam Mikael Kowal was being pushed in stroller by his 15-year-old aunt when both were struck by SUV
CBS News' 24/7 streaming news service is now available for PS3 and PS4
Howard Schultz unveils his company's first original series, "Upstanders," profiling 10 people he identifies as great citizens
Tetris has been on our screens for generations, and while other games come and go, it is still popular today. So what accounts for its longevity? CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the origins and legacy of the game and his new book, "The Tetris Effect: The Game that Hypnotized the World."
Woman began having trouble staying afloat as soon as she entered water from ladder off boat
Starbucks chairman and CEO Howard Schultz raised an important question earlier this year at his company's annual stockholders meeting: what does it mean to be a good citizen? Now Schultz is spearheading a national campaign to identify and inspire great citizens across the country. Schultz joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Starbuck's first original series, "Upstanders," and revealed who he's voting for in the 2016 elections.
World War II pilot Elaine Harmon was one of Women Airforce Service Pilots, or WASPs
With a majority of voters having an unfavorable view of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, some are looking for a different choice. The Libertarian Party hopes to provide that alternative. Its platform calls for an end to government debt and no restrictions on personal relationships. The party also wants to repeal income tax, abolish the IRS, and introduce a free market health care system. Former Govs. Gary Johnson and Bill Weld join "CBS This Morning" to discuss their platform.
A group of women at NASA called "human computers," many of them black, helped put a man on the moon. Their intellect was an essential part of America's ability to launch rockets into space. Jan Crawford shows us how they were relegated to a footnote in history -- until now.
Apple unveils its latest version of the iPhone Wednesday. The model will likely feature a change to the headphones. But many question if that will be enough to turn around slumping sales for the smartphone and the company as a whole. John Blackstone reports.
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Former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson has setted her sexual harassment lawsuit against her former boss, Roger Ailes, for $20 million. She also received an apology from the parent company of Fox News. Ailes resigned in July as chairman and CEO of Fox News. NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the settlement.
"CBS This Morning" will become the first media outlet to broadcast live from the National African American Museum of History and Culture, even before the museum's official public opening
We are excited to announce that on Monday, Sept. 12, "CBS This Morning" will be first to broadcast live from the Smithsonian's newest museum, National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. We will bring you the history behind the exhibits and the making of the museum that took more than a decade to build. Former Secretary of State Colin Powell, Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis and museum director Lonnie Bunch will be among the guests in our broadcast.