First lady Melania Trump was next to her husband, Donald Trump, when he assumed the presidency on Friday, but she will not be constantly at his side -- at least for now. As Mrs. Trump starts the week with her son, Barron, in New York City, it's clear she will take on the role her way. Jan Crawford reports.
Hundreds of thousands of people showed up in the nation's capital on Saturday for the Women's March on Washington. The crowd was more than double what the planners had predicted. More than 500 rallies across the country, from New York City to Seattle, drew huge crowds of people. Alex Wagner reports.
Tax filing season is here, and there are some rule changes that could affect your refund. This year's tax deadline is April 18, which gives you three extra days to file. The IRS expects more than four out of five taxpayers will file electronically. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins "CBS This Morning" from San Francisco with the potential impact of those changes.
President Trump has invited Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the White House next month. Israeli media reports that the U.S. plans to move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, while White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer tells CBS News it's in the "very beginning stages" of discussions. Seth Doane reports from Jerusalem.
President Trump has a busy week ahead after a rocky first weekend in the White House. The president welcomed a group of senior aides who were sworn in Sunday. On Saturday he spoke to CIA employees, but the president was also thinking about the protests that brought hundreds of thousands of demonstrators to Washington. Major Garrett reports.