Afghan president Hamid Karzai has announced he is suspending security talks with the U.S., due to Afghan officials' concerns about planned peace talks between the U.S. and the Taliban. Just hours after announcing their intention to engage in the talks, the Taliban took responsibility for killing 4 American soldiers. Charlie D'Agata reports.
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The classic word game is more popular than ever, with more than 120 million copies. Recently, Mad Libs returned to its roots, releasing a version for grown-ups. Mo Rocca reports.
The president is in Germany on his overseas tour where he called for dramatic changes in the world's nuclear stockpiles. Major Garrett reports.
A new poll by Luntz Global shows only 35 percent of Americans trust the president. Republican pollster Frank Luntz, a CBS News political analyst, talks with the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts the lack of trust in institutions.
Addressing the growing role of the United States in the Syrian civil war, President Obama said some of the coverage has gotten "a little over-cranked, in terms of the idea that somehow the United States is preparing to go all in and participate in another war. What we want to do is end a war."
Westfield, one of the biggest players in the mall business, is looking to design a mall of the future and is betting big on airport shopping. Peter Lowry, co-chief executive officer of Westfield Group, discusses plans for a re-vamped retail area at the Los Angeles International Airport with the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts.
The bill House Republicans passed would ban abortions after 20 weeks. The bill makes exceptions for rape and incest, but only if the mother first reports the crime to authorities. Nancy Cordes reports.
A new Congressional Budget Office report says if an immigration bill passes it would boost the economy and will cut the federal deficit by almost $200 billion in the next decade. But Speaker John Boehner says he won't introduce any legislation unless it has the majority of House Republicans behind it. John Dickerson discusses the implications.
Luxury vehicles are a big target for car thieves. Bill Whitaker reports on how law enforcement is using technology to target the international theft ring that specializes in smuggling luxury cars.
More than 50,000 demonstrators, protesting high taxes, high prices, and a corrupt government packed the streets of Sao Paulo. The demonstrations were initially triggered by a hike in public transportation fares. In some cities, the fares have been reversed. Norah O'Donnell reports.
President Obama, in Northern Ireland for the G8 Summit, is looking to nail down support on action in Syria. The president is at opposite ends of the issue with Russia, which supports the Syrian regime. Major Garrett reports.
Officials rule out natural origin for worst wildfire in state's history; with help of ATF, investigators look to track down fire's first minutes
In a historic move for the military, the Pentagon is expected to announce its plan to start integrating women into combat forces. But funding for training women could be an issue. David Martin reports.
The U.S. economy is getting better, which could mean more Americans will get married in the next two years. Norah O'Donnell reports.
Video shows an airport baggage handler in China carelessly tossing boxes onto a conveyor belt. Norah O'Donnell reports.
20-year-old student who is still in school admits she was drinking heavily the night of the incident, but says that does not change the facts
Investigators are considering arson as a possible cause of the Black Forest fire that burned for six days and destroyed nearly 500 homes. Firefighters are now making progress battling the fire -- the most destructive wildfire in the state's history. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
Demonstrations now in their third week heated up overnight with police firing tear gas, rubber bullets and water cannons at the protesters. Now, unions looking for workers to join the anti-government protests are calling for workers to strike. Holly Williams reports from Istanbul.
New York City's biggest hotel, The Hilton, will stop offering room service beginning in August. CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the move and what other amenities could be next.
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi is supporting "no-fly" zones over Syria. A statement from the Assad government calls the move "irresponsible" and part of a conspiracy against Syria. Charlie Rose reports.
Iran's newly-elected President Hassan Rowhani said Iran will start showing more transparency, but is not ready to stop enriching uranium for its nuclear program. Charlie Rose reports.
In a new study on the HPV vaccine, the CDC said infections among teen girls have dropped by more than half. HPV is the most common sexually-transmitted disease in the U.S., and it can cause cervical cancer. Dr. Carol Brown, a gynecologist at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, discusses the study with the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts.
Medical group's change in classifying obesity could affect how insurance companies, doctors treat patients
Star Patriots tight end not considered a suspect in possible murder, but linked to case through rental car
During her tour of Israel, Barbra Streisand addressed the issue of discrimination toward women by ultra-orthodox Jews.
Arabella Bowen, executive editorial director of Fodor's, discusses the best weekend getaways for this summer with the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts. This season, she says, it's all about affordability and proximity.
The search for Jimmy Hoffa continues, and though no body has been found yet, ex-mobster Tony Zerilli insists he knows how Hoffa died and where he's buried. CBS News' Elaine Quijano reports.
Legal analyst Rikki Klieman discusses convicted murderer and his testimony, how he may impact the case as string of killers takes the stand
Star of new movie "Unfinished Song" talks about what drew her to the role of a singing cancer patient, how theater brings people together
The first U.S. woman to win the Fleche Wallone prize, Evelyn Stevens' road racing, pro-cycling success has left her Wall Street career in the dust. Ben Tracy reports.
Americans spend $34 billion a year on vitamins, supplements and alternative therapies. Now, a new book debunks treatments that may not really work. Dr. Paul Offit of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia discusses his book, "Do You Believe in Magic?" with the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts.
New York City's Second Ave. subway was first conceived almost a century ago and when it is completed, it will extend all the way down the eastern side of Manhattan with 16 new stations. CBS News' Don Dahler reports on one of the most challenging public works projects in the country.
Senior correspondent John Miller talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the FBI's essential law enforcement tool, the "Most Wanted" list, which named the 500th fugitive to their list.
Passengers aboard United Airlines flight 116 from Hong Kong were forced to tackle a fellow traveler who began screaming about government conspiracies. CBS News' Michelle Miller reports.
The FBI continues its latest search for the former teamsters boss. Hoffa was last seen dining with mobsters in 1975. Agents brought digging equipment to a field near Detroit. But so far, there's no evidence Hoffa's remains are there. Charlie Rose reports.
The Oxford English Dictionary says "tweet" is now an official word - defined as, "To make a posting on the social networking service Twitter." Gayle King reports.
Illinois Senator Dick Durbin talks about the Obama Administration's surveillance tactics and his efforts to decrease the scope of information-gathering
Hours before meeting between Obama, Putin, on sidelines of G8, Guardian report claims U.S. snooped on Russian leader during G20 summit in 2009
CBS News investigative correspondent says she detected suspicious activities for months, computer turned itself on and off at night; intruder or intruders considered "highly skilled," used "very sophisticated methods"
Wives of astronauts in the late 1960s were faced with a very unique challenge - looking like the perfect American family. Lee Cowan speaks to some of them for CBS's "Sunday Morning."
"CBS This Morning" congratulates "Sunday Morning," hosted by Charles Osgood, on winning the Emmy for Most Outstanding Morning Program.
A group of injured veterans are inspiring a new generation to overcome amputations through their love of softball. Mark Strassmann reports.
The owner of the New England Patriots says Russian President Vladimir Putin stole one of his Super Bowl rings during a visit to St. Petersburg in 2005. CBS News' Chip Reid reports.
Author Janet Evanovich, of the New York Times best-selling Stephanie Plum series, speaks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about her challenging new series, "The Heist," which she's co-writing with Lee Goldberg.
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