Neuroscientist and NYU professor Wendy Suzuki experimented on herself to find ways to "unlock" her mind's potential. Her TED Talks, describing what she learned, have been watched over 65,000 times, bringing her message to audiences across the country. Suzuki joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss her new book "Healthy Brain, Happy Life."
The veteran news legend is retiring from a journalism career of more than half a century. As a young newspaper reporter, Schieffer went to Vietnam to cover the war. He worked at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram on the day President Kennedy was gunned down in Dallas. He brought Lee Harvey Oswald's mother to the police station. Since starting at CBS News in 1969, he has covered the Pentagon, State Department, Capitol Hill and the White House, and anchored the "CBS Evening News."
For the next three months, airport customs and border agents will test facial recognition that aims to identify foreigners who stay in the United States too long. Kris Van Cleave reports from Washington Dulles International Airport on how the new technology has some worried anonymity will be a thing of the past.
The embattled president of soccer's governing body, Sepp Blatter, remains defiant and is asking for help to clean up the massive corruption inside FIFA. 209 member nations are meeting in Switzerland to elect a new president. If re-elected, Blatter claims he can restore trust. Charlie D'Agata reports from London, where Britain is leading the calls for Blatter to go.