Police say workers at Roseville, MIch. facility discovered the body bundled in cloth as it came down a sorting line
Sen. Bernie Sanders is making climate change a key issue with an amendment that would ask each senator if they believe climate change is caused by humans. Sanders joins CBSN's Michelle Miller and Elaine Quijano to discuss the amendment.
Some Seattle fans aren't messing around when it comes to football. Bainbridge Island in Washington is banning cheese as the Seattle Seahawks prepare to take on the Green Bay Packers on Sunday with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line.
Cheif Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer talks to CBSN's Elaine Quijano and Michelle Miller about President Obama's meeting with British Prime Minister David Cameron. Obama and Cameron will mainly discuss terror and cyber security.
There are reports that North Miami police officers used mug shots of black men as targets for sniper practice. However, their police chief is standing behind them.
Nancy Giles on the increasingly common reams of paper that are handed to us when we make even the smallest purchase
Minnesota girl was found unconscious in foster home's bedroom with jump rope around her neck
Jan. 19 will be the last day to get Google Glass, the device that was expected to be huge in the world of wearable tech. But because of poor sales Google is taking it off the shelves, at least for now. Also, Elon Musk has huge plans for the future. CBSN's Elaine Quijano and Michelle Miller discuss the top tech news with Huffington Post tech reporter Tim Stenovec.
Nine years ago, two adults were shot inside their home and a teenage girl found burning in a wheelbarrow outside. "48 Hours" correspondent Troy Roberts tells CBSN about the controversial cold case.
Similar measures nationwide are driven primarily by a conservative institute whose motto is "Patriotism Matters"
Filing makes area 12th U.S. diocese to seek bankruptcy protection in the face of sex abuse claims
CBS News senior national security analyst Juan Zarate talks about the cooperation among European allies to combat terror attacks in the region. Zarate also discusses the U.S. move to send 400 troops abroad to train Syrian rebels.
CBSN's Michelle Miller and Elaine Quijano talk to Elaine Cobbe about raids that took place overnight in France and Germany and their connection to last week's Paris attacks.
The incident began Thursday evening with a robbery at a Central Florida pawn shop and led to two deaths and three people in custody while a suspect remains at large
A look back at the week that was on "CBS This Morning."
A commission in Los Angeles is considering landmark status for Norms, a 24-hour diner beloved by fans of mid-century architecture. They're worried the iconic building could be wiped off the map. Ben Tracy reports on the fight to preserve Southern California's disappearing post-war treasures.
Sunday is do-or-die for the Colts, Patriots, Packers and Seahawks. CBS Sports NFL analyst Bill Cowher, who also led the Pittsburgh Steelers to a Super Bowl victory as head coach, joins "CBS This Morning" to give a preview of the weekend's games.
A Philadelphia pizza shop called Rosa's is serving up compassion. Customers can buy a slice for a homeless person in store or online and leave a note on the wall to be used as a coupon. Donations total nearly 9,000 slices at a dollar a piece. Norah O'Donnell reports.
New poll shows what NYC voters think of silent protest, union leader's controversial comments following officers' deaths
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead