In a wide-ranging national security speech, the president will address controversial drone strikes and transparency around their use. Major Garrett reports.
Law enforcement sources say police have evidence of a criminal connection between Ibragim Todashev and Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev's involvement in an unsolved grisly triple murder in Waltham, Mass. CBS News' Bob Orr reports.
After all the heartbreak in Moore, Oklahoma, one moment has touched people all over the world: when a dog named Bowser crawled out of the rubble, and into his owner's arms.
Today is the last day of school in Moore, Olka., and half the students don't have a classroom to go to. Now, the community is coming together to help the kids who lost so much. Vinita Nair reports.
Delta Air Lines official talks about company's decision to enter oil industry fray, as well as its new facilities at New York's JFK airport
Poor quality cement and iron rods have been blamed in a government committee report for a massive building collapse in Bangladesh in which more than 1,000 people were killed. CBS News' Holly Williams recently went undercover in that country to investigate unsafe working conditions.
Lois Lerner, head of the tax-exempt organizations division of the IRS, drew sharp criticism from Republican lawmakers after she invoked her Fifth Amendment right in a House hearing -- after she briefly testified on her own behalf. Norah O'Donnell reports.
The Boy Scouts of America may be lifting its controversial, longstanding ban on openly gay scouts. The organization's national council is expected to vote on a resolution that would prevent excluding scouts on the basis of their on sexual orientation. Norah O'Donnell reports.
"I just looked back for a second when I saw it ... and it was carrying the ceiling up"; 8-year-old Courtney Brown describes devastating tornado
CBS News' Mark Strassmann reports what he's seen amid the devastation in Moore, Okla.
Sen. Tom Coburn of Oklahoma defends his no vote on the Sandy relief bill as the need for disaster relief funding in his home state grows
Longtime resident says he didn't recognize Plaza Towers Elementary School in tornado's aftermath, addresses school's lack of safe room shelter
Jennifer Doan used her body to shield her students as tornado bore down on Plaza Towers Elementary School
John Miller: "Something went wrong" when authorities went to Ibragim Todashev's apartment to interview him before he was to travel to Chechnya
Disgraced former congressman makes it official in YouTube video; quit House in 2011 amid scandal surrounding lewd photos on Twitter
The Oklahoma City Thunder's Kevin Durant is promising to match pledges to the American Red Cross. Gayle King reports.
Time magazine senior environment and energy writer Bryan Walsh explains the geological limitations Oklahoma residents have to face as they try to build tornado bunkers and talks about what the local government should learn about providing shelter from deadly tornadoes.
Agents monitored James Rosen's movements in and out of the State Department, searched his personal emails and cell phone records
Carole King received the Gershwin Price for popular song from the Library of Congress, making her the first female songwriter to win the award. Chip Reid reports.
Regis Philbin has been part of television for more than 50 years and holds the Guinness record for spending more hours on American TV than anyone else. He spoke to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about life and his long career.
Watch 1968 holiday messages from families to soldiers serving overseas; find out why Albuquerque man wants to bring other films home to families
A fire broke out on a railroad trestle in Texas - firefighters decided to let it burn out. Norah O'Donnell reports.
CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports on London's famous Chelsea Flower Show, which is expecting tens of thousands visitors, and has already attracted members of the royal family.
When the recession hit, many investors turned to gold. But now, gold prices are down 18-percent for the year, and 23-percent since October. Mellody Hobson reports.
"CBS This Morning" contributor Lee Woodruff reports on the latest trends in wearable fitness technology.
A new study finds that women taking 1,000 milligrams of calcium a day have a lower risk of dying, contradicting previous studied linking calcium to an increased risk of heart attacks. Dr. Holly Phillips explains.
Forbes released its annual list of the "The World's 100 Most Powerful Women" Wednesday on "CBS This Morning"
Spirit Airlines CEO Ben Baldanza speaks to CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg and the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about how his company manages to keep occupancy high, despite their low customer rating.
The celebs pledge "not to go to the bathroom until everyone in the whole world has access to clean water and sanitation" in support of Water.org
CBS News contributor Dr. David Agus, director of the Westside Cancer Center at the University of Southern California, talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about why the cost for a genetic test for breast cancer is so high.
The Southmoore High School football team was supposed to be practicing when the tornado hit. But a quick call by the coach helped get the players out of danger. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
Comedian Drew Carey speaks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about why he first turned down the job of hosting "The Price is Right " -- that he once thought was an "old-man" show -- his new image, and returning to standup comedy.
After last-place Consumer Reports ranking, Baldanza defends airline as best in price, says customers - like fast food chain's - know what they're getting
Convicted murderer Jodi Arias asked a Phoenix jury not to impose a death sentence, and revealed how she plans to use her time in prison. Gayle King reports.
The Washington Post says ex-CIA director David Petraeus played a role in the controversy over the early talking points for administration officials regarding the Benghazi, Libya, attacks. A review of e-mails shows Petraeus fought to keep information in the talking points that was favorable to his image and his agency. Charlie Rose reports.
Check out some of the top moments from "CBS This Morning" with a look back at the newsmakers and entertainers who joined co-hosts Charlie Rose, Gayle King, and Norah O'Donnell.