In our ongoing series, "A More Perfect Union," we show what unites us as Americans is far greater than what divides us. A simple but unusual hobby is spreading across the political battleground state of Ohio. Residents are picking up and passing along colorful stones to share random acts of kindness. Dana Jacobson reports.
Uber promises an "urgent investigation" into sexual harassment claims made by a former employee in a blog post. A female software engineer for the ride-sharing app says her complaints were repeatedly ignored or mismanaged by the company. The blog post made national headlines and drew attention to what some women say is an even bigger problem in the tech industry. New York Times correspondent and CBS News contributor Jodi Kantor joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Uber's response.
The U.K. is gripped by a fierce debate over whether President Trump deserves the recognition of a formal state visit. Thousands of people took to London's streets Monday night to protest the invitation. Many argue having Mr. Trump officially welcomed by the queen would be an embarrassment to the crown. Charlie D'Agata reports.
Florida's controversial "Stand Your Ground" law is at the center of a critical court hearing to determine whether a trial will take place. Curtis Reeves, a retired police captain, is accused of shooting and killing Chad Oulson in a movie theater in 2014. Reeves' lawyers argued their client acted out of his own safety when Oulson verbally and physically attacked him. They're using the "Stand Your Ground" law as defense. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the court hearing.
A 26-year-old man is in custody after reportedly shooting two California police officers. Keith Boyer, a veteran of the Whittier Police Department was killed, and his partner was hurt in the attack. The officers were shot after they approached a driver who crashed. They had no idea the suspect had allegedly killed another man just hours earlier. Carter Evans reports.
Four American tourists on a dream vacation were killed overnight when their small plane slammed into an Australian shopping center. Dramatic video shows the Melbourne outlet mall on fire after the private charter crashed into the building. The pilot, who was Australian, was also killed. Vladimir Duthiers reports.