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"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead
A special secret Santa in Kansas City likes to spread his own version of holiday cheer and this year he decided he could use a little extra help. Since it has been posted online, the story has received millions of views. Steve Hartman gives his thoughts on why.
Two others injured after explosion and fire at drilling rig 100 miles southeast of Oklahoma City
Windy City's high-end shopping district, The Magnificent Mile, has become target of a new phenomenon, with some stores losing more than $100K worth of goods
The NYPD said its Internal Affairs Bureau is reviewing an incident after video of a violent confrontation between a teenager and police was posted online
On December 21, 1970, the president welcomed the rock idol to the Oval Office
FCC says indecent content law defines profanity as sexual or excretory in nature - meanings that don't relate to team's name
The "CBS This Morning" crew, along with co-hosts Charlie Rose and Norah O'Donnell, surprise Gayle King with a birthday treat.
Parents of Colorado theater shooting suspect are pleading for him to be spared the death penalty
The music legend will sing "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" for the 21st and final time for Dave Letterman. Vladimir Duthiers sits down with Love to discuss this holiday tradition.
Woman expected in court to face charges of DUI, vehicular manslaughter after running into crowd leaving church event Wednesday
For the first time, Holmes' parents are commenting on the murder charges that could bring the death penalty for their son. Holmes is accused of killing 12 people in an Aurora movie theater. Norah O'Donnell reports.
Giant retailers like Walmart and Amazon see groceries as the next frontier in e-commerce, but Vinita Nair takes you inside FreshDirect, an online grocery service that has been showing up at front doors for more than a decade.
Police issued an Amber Alert for Kenneth White after his guardian's teen daughter said he was abducted by masked men; now, they say the story was false
If you are having trouble finding holiday cheer, there are remedies for the blues. Wall Street Journal's Elizabeth Bernstein joins "CBS This Morning" with advice from experts in psychology, grief and happiness.
More than 40 percent of people worry that privacy invasions outweigh the benefits of using drones for commercial purposes
Airfares seem to keep on climbing, but a 23-year-old computer whiz found a way to save you hundreds on airline tickets. With a few clicks of the mouse, Skiplagged helps you find what's called "hidden city" airfares. Michelle Miller sat down with founder Aktarer Zaman who is creating some turbulence with travel industry giants.
The controversial developer of Da Vinci apartment complex is counting his losses. The devastating fire was ruled arson, and police in Los Angeles are looking for whoever is behind it. Danielle Nottingham reports on the painstaking search for clues.
Businesses in the Windy City face a growing threat blowing through their doors. Robbers are using a technique called "crash and grab." Their target? Chicago's upscale Magnificent Mile shopping district. Dean Reynolds reports from Chicago.
After a nine year run, the late-night TV show aired its final episode with a final burst of "truthiness". The "real" Stephen Colbert is heading to CBS's "Late Show." Vladimir Duthiers reports.