Legendary singer and songwriter Carole King will perform at the Democratic National Convention Thursday night. The longtime Democrat was an early supporter of Hillary Clinton's campaign, even going door-to-door in New York to try and win over voters. King joins "CBS This Morning" in Philadelphia to discuss Clinton's candidacy and how the Democratic Party treated Bernie Sanders' supporters.
Missouri Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill was part of the roll call where Hillary Clinton became the first female nominee of a major political party. McCaskill joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the "incredibly emotional" moment, Bernie Sanders' important role in backing Clinton and Terry McAuliffe's comments on Clinton reversing on the TPP trade deal.
When Hillary Clinton topped the number of delegates needed for the Democratic presidental nomination, it was Bernie Sanders who made the announcement in a gesture of unity. As Clinton became the first female nominee of a major political party, "CBS This Morning" co-hosts Gayle King and Norah O'Donnell spoke to women on the convention floor about what the historic moment meant to them.
President Obama will take the stage Wednesday night at the Democratic convention for the last time as president. In 2004, he was a little-known state senator from Illinois when he was introduced to the country. Now, after nearly eight years in office, the president is preparing to hand over the reins. Julianna Goldman reports on how his speech will make the case for Hillary Clinton and his own legacy.
As Russia is accused of hacking Democratic National Committee emails to influence the U.S. presidential elections, Paul Manafort, Donald Trump's campaign chairman, joins "CBS This Morning" from New York to discuss whether the Republican presidential nominee will release his tax returns to show he has no financial ties to Russia.
There is a growing consensus in the American intelligence community that Russia was behind the Democratic National Committee hacking. Agencies reportedly told the White House they have "high confidence" Moscow is responsible for the theft of emails and documents. Their leak caused the Democratic National Committee chair to step down. Margaret Brennan reports on President Obama's reaction to the investigation.
Speaking with "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose Tuesday night, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren discussed the state of the Democratic Party and the role she might play in the general election, including needling Republican nominee Donald Trump. See why she is calling Trump a "thin-skinned, racist bully."
"Face the Nation" moderator and CBS News political director John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning" to explain why Bill Clinton's case that Hillary Clinton is an agent of change must become a "multiple-month-long argument" and how a remark by the Clintons' longtime friend, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, undermined the Democratic nominee's stance on the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.