Only on "CBS This Morning," Forbes reveals its annual list of "World's 100 Most Powerful Women." It includes 24 CEOs, 15 billionaires and eight heads of state. The power women control $1 trillion in annual revenues. Forbes Media executive vice president Moira Forbes joins "CBS This Morning" to reveal the results.
The Senate will try one more time next weekend to extend government programs that collect cellphone data. One big reason for the holdup is an ongoing protest by Sen. Rand Paul. The presidential candidate and other Republicans blocked a final vote last week. Paul joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how he wants to protect the Fourth Amendment and his new book, "Taking a Stand: Moving Beyond Partisan Politics to Unite America."
Charter Communications and Time Warner Cable combined would have 23 million subscribers, second only to Comcast's 27 million. The deal follows a failed merger attempt between Time Warner Cable and Comcast. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins "CBS This Morning" from Los Angeles to discuss the deal.
Vice President Joe Biden says the U.S. will stand with Iraq in its fight against ISIS. He telephoned Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi Monday, praising Iraqi forces for their "sacrifice and bravery." On Sunday, Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said the Iraqi troops showed "no will to fight." CBS News national security analyst Juan Zarate joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the status of the fight against ISIS.