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Pomfret School in Connecticut says an independent investigation has found several teachers engaged in improper conduct with students between the 1970s and 2000s
A Los Angeles woman left teaching to become a police officer to help breakdown barriers
General Motors retiree said the project took about four or five hours over the weekend to complete on his rural property
At least 300 building threatened by the Loma Fire in the Santa Cruz mountains, as 500 firefighters battle the blaze
First on "CBS This Morning," Facebook's Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg shared good and bad news from her new study about women in corporate America
A beachgoer found a bag containing the baseballs signed by the late Miami Marlins ace, killed in a boating accident
New Louisiana law seeks to keep those under 21 covered up on stage, but some claim their First Amendment rights are being violated
Downtown in Iowa's second-largest city is a ghost town, as residents watch the flood waters rise from afar
Family says Nathan Carman, 22, has Asperger's syndrome; mom who went fishing with him is now presumed dead
Staff at VA’s Veterans Crisis Line work little and leave early, hotline's former director says; House passes bill to expand service
Firefighters were investigating a gas leak and called police when they found a possible drug lab; 4 cops, a firefighter and a civilian injured
Republican vice presidential nominee and Indiana Gov. Mike Pence joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Donald Trump's performance at Monday night's debate, and how he thinks the GOP nominee demonstrated restraint during the face-off with Hillary Clinton.
Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg says in a new op-ed that more women are "leaning in," but they are getting penalized for it. The "Lean In" author reveals the results of her new study of women in corporate America by LeanIn.org and McKinsey & Company where they surveyed 132 companies and 34,000 employees. First on "CBS This Morning,"Sandberg discusses the results and the fight against gender stereotypes.
Veteran political strategists Dan Senor and Michael Feldman showed us last week exactly what goes into debate preparation. They carefully watched the candidates during Monday's debate, beginning with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's handshake. Senor and Feldman join "CBS This Morning" to discuss pivotal moments from the debate.
Are there enough checks in place to keep problem cops off the streets? Known as "gypsy cops," we found that police officers with questionable records leave one department only to be hired by another. DeMarco Morgan reports.
A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning." Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
After days of protests following the deadly police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott, a black man, Zianna Oliphant made an emotional plea to Charlotte city council Monday night: "It's a shame that our fathers and mothers are killed, and we can't even see them anymore. It's a shame we have to go to their graveyard."
CBS News political director and "Face the Nation" moderator John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Monday night's debate between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Tim Kaine joins "CBS This Morning" from Orlando, Florida, to discuss Hillary Clinton's performance at Monday's first presidential debate against Donald Trump, and why he thinks Trump's "birther" comments about President Obama are "bigoted and racist."
A group of voters from the battleground state of Pennsylvania is telling us volumes about the first presidential debate. CBS News contributor and Republican strategist Frank Luntz invited 27 undecided registered voters to take part in a focus group. Luntz joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the results of the dial test he conducted.