The newest installment of our series, Something in Common, brings together two voices that cross genres: Dierks Bentley and Elle King. Bentley, a giant in country music, has 15 number one singles and 13 Grammy nominations. King, the singer behind the new hit "Ex's & Oh's," is one of the hottest new voices in rock. The pair, who are sharing the stage for "Different for Girls," takes us along for the ride to the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee.
You might not expect to find inner peace inside a bustling elementary school, but a growing number of students in Baltimore are learning to seek just that. They start each day with deep breathing, and if the kids misbehave, they're not sent to the principal's office, but to the meditation room. Tony Dokoupil reports.
David Boies and Ted Olson, who were on opposing sides of Bush v. Gore, teamed up in 2009 to fight California's ban on same-sex marriage. That case paved the way for the Supreme Court to declare same-sex marriage a constitutional right. In this edition of Issues That Matter, Boies and Olson join "CBS This Morning" to discuss the challenges the next president faces in handling the Supreme Court vacancy and the potential for a disputed election this November.
American-backed forces fighting to retake Mosul from ISIS are moving civilians away from the frontlines. The extremist group has been trying to divert Iraq's military by launching attacks elsewhere. ISIS released video overnight claiming to show an attack on Kirkuk. United Nations officials are concerned about ISIS committing massacres. Holly Williams reports from Erbil.
With 13 days to go, Donald Trump's campaign is starting a new line of attack, trying to link Hillary Clinton to rising costs of President Obama's health care law. Trump is taking time out to open his new hotel in Washington - his second marketing event of the week - raising questions about the seriousness of his campaign. Major Garrett reports.