California is considering a historic change in the workplace. A new bill called the Fair Scheduling Act would require food and retail businesses with 500 or more workers to give at least two weeks notice when making staff schedules. New York Times reporter Jodi Kantor joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what the new bill would mean for employers and employees.
The archdiocese of San Francisco faces a rebellion at a Catholic elementary school after "Examination of Conscience" pamphlets were given to young students. It was meant to prepare them to confess their sins, but some parents say it was immoral for the school to distribute the handout. Omar Villafranca reports.
A powerful blast at an ExxonMobil oil refinery rocked Torrance, California, on Wednesday. Investigators are still looking into the cause of the explosion, which sent ash raining over the area. Peter Daut of Los Angeles station KCBS reports.
Eyebrow-raising change in Americans' views of U.S. role in fight vs. ISIS; the training of a Marine sniper; major "superbug" health scare at L.A. hospital
People in two-thirds of the country are waking up to brutally cold weather as a giant frozen air mass reaches across the East, South and Midwest. Minneapolis station WCCO's Ashley Roberts reports.
Giant, frozen air mass reaches across East, South, Midwest overnight, and two-thirds of the country wakes up to bitter cold
Many say the handout, given to students at a Star of the Sea parish, had material that wasn't appropriate for children
UCLA Medical Center warning 179 patients that they may have been exposed to bacteria "superbug" CRE; it may have been factor in two deaths and has infected 5 more patients. CBS Los Angeles reports.
Rev. Mark Connell helped create an all-boys middle school in a city that has been dubbed the "murder capital of New York." Produced by "@HebaKanso"
Shooting deaths of 3 Muslim-Americans in Chapel Hill spark outpourings of support that activist calls "glimmers of hope"
Hundreds gather for tribute to 26-year-old humanitarian worker, who died while being held captive by ISIS
Reality star and former rapper Vanilla Ice, whose real name is Robert Van Winkle, was arrested for allegedly stealing furniture, a pool heater and other household items in Lantana, Florida.
Moore has been called the "most hated man on the Internet" for running website that posted stolen nude photos, some sent by ex-lovers
California led the U.S. with 1.2 million enrollees last year, but now another state has increased its enrollment even further
At least 7 patients sick, dozens more may have been exposed to drug-resistant bacteria, Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center says
The success of the film "American Sniper" - a depiction of the life of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle - has put new focus on the military's snipers. David Martin went to Quantico, Virginia, to see first hand how snipers are trained to become deadly, precise, and invisible.
A survey by Bankrate.com shows what Americans are worried about most when it comes to retirement. As Anthony Mason reports, affording health insurance is a major concern.
Temperatures in Minneapolis struggled to crack zero and windchills hit 31 below. In Kentucky, two people were rescued after they fell in a pond while trying to save their dog. Jamie Yuccas of WCCO reports on the cold weather.
Former deputy director of the CIA Michael Morell and CBS News correspondent Holly Williams discuss America's handling of ISIS
Extremely cold temperatures are expected Thursday for much of the country. Eric Fisher, chief meteorologist at CBS station WBZ-TV, has the forecast.