The Vatican holds hundreds of thousands of pieces of art in its collection. Barbara Jatta, the first female director of any of the world's major museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Louvre, and the British Museum, took Seth Doane on a special tour of the museums, where she takes the attention off herself and onto the art.
Over the past two decades, followers of the controversial Turkish religious scholar, Fethullah Gulen, have opened up taxpayer-funded charter schools in the U.S. But CBS News has learned the FBI is investigating whether Gulen followers have skimmed money from those charter schools in order to fund his movement in Turkey. Margaret Brennan reports.
California Rep. Adam Schiff, the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, is urging chairman Devin Nunes to reschedule the open hearing with former acting Attorney General Sally Yates. Schiff joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss accusations that the White House is blocking Yates' testimony.
A CBS News poll finds 59 percent of Americans think it is very likely or somewhat likely that President Trump's associates had improper communication with the Russian government. The White House denies trying to block former acting Attorney General Sally Yates, who Mr. Trump fired in January, from testifying to Congress about Russia. Jeff Pegues reports.