The highly-anticipated movie, "Wonder Woman" opens in theaters next week, competing for box office dollars against movies like "Baywatch" and the latest "Pirates of the Caribbean," which both open Friday. Vanity Fair West Coast editor Krista Smith joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss more upcoming summer releases.
In the wake of a deadly bombing at a Manchester, England concert this week, concerns are being raised about the terror threat in the U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the threats, leaking of key intelligence from the Manchester investigation, and the potential for an expanded laptop ban on flights.
Around 26 million Americans find themselves sneezing and wheezing every year due to seasonal allergies. We spent $2.7 billion on non-prescription allergy remedies last year alone. Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how allergies work and what might be causing an increase in allergy-sufferers.
Facebook has grown to more than 1.9 billion users since CEO Mark Zuckerberg launched the company from his dorm room in 2004. Reuters reports that the world's biggest social media company has signed deals with entertainment sites like BuzzFeed for its upcoming original video service. Nicholas Thompson, editor-in-chief of Wired, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Facebook's future.