Brigadier General Jeffrey Sinclair is believed to be the highest-ranking military official to face a court martial for sexual assault. He faces eight charges, including sexual assault. However, his lawyers say his will plead guilty of lesser charges. "CBS This Morning" national correspondent Jan Crawford reports.
CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg toured Israel with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the PBS special, "Israel: The Royal Tour." Greenberg, who recently watched the special with the leader at the Los Angeles premiere, discusses Netanyahu's reaction with the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts.
In this week's edition of "Sounds of the Toyota Green Room," Gayle King talks about the origins of Vice with CEO and co-founder Shane Smith. Charlie Rose discusses Russia with CBS News senior security contributor Mike Morell, a former deputy director of the CIA. Charlie and Norah O'Donnell test Avegant technology, and Megan Glaros discusses this unusually cold winter.
According to a recent report, charter school enrollment has grown 225 percent over the last 10 years, but the issue is turning political in New York City, where the new mayor is taking a stand to support existing public schools. Don Dahler reports on the controversy getting attention around the country.
In his new book "Mother Nature is Trying to Kill You: A Lively Tour Through the Dark Side of the Natural World," biologist Dan Riskin is investigating the disgusting, immoral and violent side of nature. The book is published by Simon & Schuster, a division of CBS.
Bee colonies are vital to our food supply, but they have been dying off for nearly a decade. CBS News' Ben Tracy reports on the rise of urban beekeeping, and the push in Los Angeles for a "pro-bee" ordinance to officially allow beekeeping.
Nearly 30 years have passed since Suzanne Vega blazed onto the music scene with top 10 hits like “Luka" and “Tom’s Diner.” Vega joins Saturday Session to perform “I Never Wear White” off of “Tales from the Realm of the Queen,” her first solo album in seven years.
One of the most contentious issues in a hotly-contested race for district attorney in a Texas county involves an unsolved murder from more than 50 years ago. For months, "48 Hours" correspondent Richard Schlesinger has been investigating the case of a young beauty queen found murdered in 1960. The prime suspect? The priest who heard her confession.
A study in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests a more aggressive response to prostate cancer could save lives. Dr. David Agus, of the Westside Cancer Center at the University of Southern California, talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the research.
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled unanimously that a man accused of taking pictures underneath a woman's skirt on a commuter train did not break the law. CBS legal analyst Rikki Klieman talks about the ruling with the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts.
The College Board announced Wednesday they will eliminate the mandatory essay and unusual vocabulary words from the SAT test. CBS News national correspondent Jim Axelrod reports on what effect the changes will have on the billion dollar test-prep industry.
A new report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns some doctors are over-prescribing antibiotics. Dr. Holly Phillips talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about how that's putting people at risk for super-bug infections.
New Jersey is now appealing to the Supreme Court to legalize betting on games. Jack Ford reports for "60 Minutes Sports," and speaks with the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the enormous business of illegal sports betting, as well as what the Supreme Court case could mean for other states.