Online education pioneer Sal Khan is expanding the reach of his learning empire. His Khan Academy has produced more than 880 million free lessons on subjects ranging from basic math to computer science. Now the academy wants to reach its youngest students yet: preschoolers. Founder and CEO Sal Khan joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how Duck Duck Moose became part of Khan Academy.
Amazon is reportedly rolling out a pilot program for a 30-hour workweek. Only a handful of employees will participate at first, but the program could have implications for workers far beyond Amazon. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what's behind the experiment.
Sen. Harry Reid is asking the FBI to investigate the possibility that Russia may try to manipulate the presidential election. Two apparent cyber breaches in June targeted voting data in Arizona and Illinois. The FBI has issued a warning telling election officials to increase security. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the hacking.
Recent security scares at two of the largest U.S. international airports are raising questions about safety in the face of public panic. At LAX and JFK Airports, misinformation has caused confusion and chaos. With the U.S. Open tennis tournament in New York drawing thousands of fans, Don Dahler reports on how authorities are trying to remain organized to prevent crowds from getting out of hand.
Brock Turner, the former Stanford University swimmer convicted of sexual assault, is scheduled to be released from jail Friday. His was sentenced in June to six months in prison, but he will get out three months early. The case created a public outcry and calls for the judge's removal. John Blackstone reports on where the judge is finding support.
An Alaska Airlines jet made an emergency landing in Minneapolis after a passenger apparently wanted to get off the plane mid-flight. The man reportedly tried to open a door in the back of the aircraft Monday night. The flight had left John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York bound for Seattle. Kris Van Cleave reports.
A top African-American adviser to Donald Trump is apologizing for posting a racially offensive cartoon of Hillary Clinton on Twitter, undercutting any serious Trump effort to appeal to black voters. Pastor Mark Burns later deleted the tweet, apologizing for the imagery, but not the message. Major Garrett reports.
Hillary Clinton's top aide, Huma Abedin, is separating from her husband, former Congressman Anthony Weiner, amid his third sexting scandal. New York Times Magazine chief national correspondent and CBS News contributor Mark Leibovich, who interviewed Weiner last month, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Donald Trump's response to the controversy and how the presidential candidates are preparing for their first debate.
The latest presidential poll shows the race is tightening, with Democrat Hillary Clinton leading Republican Donald Trump by six points. The margin was eight points a week ago. Clinton's newest issue is her top aide's failing marriage. Huma Abedin is separating from her husband, former Congressman Anthony Weiner, who is in the middle of his third sexting scandal. Nancy Cordes reports.
Movie fans and colleagues are remembering actor Gene Wilder, who died Sunday at the age of 83. Wilder made his Hollywood debut in "Bonnie and Clyde," but he became a comedy icon with his performances in some of the world's funniest movies and his title role in a children's classic, "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory." Jamie Wax looks back at Wilder's memorable career.