The world's largest trade show for mobile devices is open in Spain. Brands like Blackberry, LG and Nokia unveiled new phones, but Samsung did not. Instead they announced two new tablets and teased to a new phone announcement in March. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the newest phones and tablets.
"Moonlight" won three Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor and Adapted Screenplay. The film's director, Barry Jenkins, and writer Tarell Alvin McCraney join "CBS This Morning" from Los Angeles to discuss the now-infamous on-stage mix-up for the Best Picture announcement and the impact of the film.
New research shows how mothers struggle with sleep deprivation. Sixty-two percent of women aged 45 and younger who don't have children report getting at least seven hours of sleep per night, but that number drops to 48 percent for mothers. Dr. Carol Ash, director of sleep medicine at Meridian Health in New Jersey, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the findings.
The father of the Navy SEAL killed in a counterterrorism raid in Yemen is demanding an investigation into the operation. Senior Chief Petty Officer William "Ryan" Owens was the first U.S. serviceman to be killed in a Trump administration combat mission. His father, Bill Owens, told the Miami Herald he turned down a meeting with the president when his son's body was brought home. Jan Crawford reports.
In an unprecedented mix-up, "La La Land" was announced as the Best Picture winner, only to have acceptance speeches interrupted by the revelation "Moonlight" was the actual winner. Accounting firm PwC, charged with tallying votes and providing the envelopes, apologized for the mistake. "Entertainment Tonight's" Kevin Frazier reports.
Colorado's governor condemns a potential crackdown on legalized marijuana by the Trump administration.The Obama Justice Department made it clear it would not crack down on states with legal recreational pot, but the Trump administration is sending different signals, causing a nervous ripple through the pot industry. Barry Petersen reports.
The son of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali said he was detained at a Florida airport. Muhammad Ali Jr. said immigration agents questioned him earlier this month about his religion and name. His mother, Khalilah Camacho Ali, was also questioned. First on "CBS This Morning," they share about their experience.