CBS News chief Washington correspondent and host of "Face the Nation" Bob Schieffer discusses President Obama's response to the media in the wake the Associated Press scandal, as well as the the president's recent counter-terrorism speech.
Lois Lerner, the head of the tax-exempt organizations division is placed on leave after scandal. Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, says she was asked to resign, but refused. Ken Corbin has been named to take over her department. Gayle King reports.
CBS News' Carter Evans reports on a new push for a law that would saddle irresponsible victims -- instead of taxpayers -- with the bill for costly search-and-rescue missions.
Hurricane season starts June 1st and just-released government predictions show it could be another dangerous year for the East Coast. CBS News weather consultant David Bernard talks about out severe the season may be.
The Boy Scouts national council vote to accept openly gay boys has drawn criticism from conservatives who say the decision is not compatible with the organization's values and will prompt a "mass exodus." Also, gay rights groups say they're going to work to eliminate a ban on adult gay leaders. CBS News' Manuel Bojorquez reports.
The number of Lyme disease cases have tripled in the past 20 years. Dr. Holly Phillips discusses why the number of cases has skyrocketed, how the disease is transmitted via ticks, and what myths and realities persist about the insects and the disease.
A moderate, 5.7 earthquake struck Northern California about 25 miles southwest of Susanville, Calif. There have been no reports of injuries and only minor damage has been reported. Gayle King reports.
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.
"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
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
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.
Following CBS News video report capturing dog's rescue from the twister rubble, concerned viewers raised $1,500 to help dog owner and pet
No one was hurt when a bridge collapsed in Washington State over the Skagit River, but the collapse is a headache for travelers, closing a major highway ahead of the holiday weekend. Henry Rosoff, of CBS News Seattle affiliate KIRO, reports.
Emmy-winner Wayne Brady spoke to Gayle King and Norah O'Donnell about hosting CBS's "Let's Make a Deal," his fourth Emmy Award nomination, and the accusation by Bill Maher that he's "not being black enough."
Dr. Lisa Young, a nutritionist and professor at New York University, and Stuart Elliot, an advertising columnist for The New York Times, talk to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the nutrition of flavored water and how they're being marketed.
In 1973, President Nixon saluted nearly 600 American troops who had been held as prisoners of war in Vietnam. Now, 40 years later, many of those former POW's are reuniting. Ben Tracy reports.
Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial kickoff to summer and this year's may be the most important ever for the New Jersey shore, which is rebuilding after Superstorm Sandy. WCBS reporter Kathryn Brown reports from Seaside Heights.
American pianist and vocalist Liberace explains his flamboyant style to Charlie Rose in a 1985 "Nightwatch" interview.
A British Airways plane headed to Oslo made an emergency landing at London's Heathrow airport. The emergency slides were deployed and smoke could be seen coming out of an engine of the Airbus A-319. All 75 passengers exited the plane safely. Gayle King reports.
Investigators in New Jersey accuse some TGI Friday restaurants of cheating people who thought they were buying premium alcohol. Instead, customers were getting cheap whiskey, rubbing alcohol or water. Charlie Rose reports.
The Brooklyn Bridge opened 130 years ago today - and connected Manhattan and Brooklyn for the first time. Charlie Rose reports.
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.
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.
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
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.