New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker is speaking Monday night at the Democratic National Convention. He was reportedly a candidate to be Hillary Clinton's running mate. Booker joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the Democratic National Committee email hacking that resulted in the resignation of chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Clinton's running mate, Tim Kaine.
First lady Michelle Obama will take center stage Monday night to endorse Hillary Clinton. She has maintained high approval ratings during the president's time in office and has successfully crafted her image using social media. She also created a platform to take on big issues like race. Julianna Goldman reports.
Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz resigned after WikiLeaks revealed emails showing party officials with an apparent bias against Bernie Sanders' campaign. Bloomberg Politics managing editor John Heilemann joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Sanders' supporters and unity of the Democratic Party.
The International Olympic Committee is receiving brutal backlash from around the world. It decided Sunday not to ban all Russian athletes from the Rio Summer Games despite a recent scathing report that confirmed their government helped cover up doping. Mark Phillips reports on the fallout over the controversial decision.
Hillary Clinton tells "60 Minutes" her running mate, Tim Kaine, is "a progressive who likes to get things done." She describes herself the same way. They spoke with Scott Pelley for Sunday night's broadcast in their first and only joint interview. Pelley joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his interview with the Democratic ticket.
President Obama says Donald Trump is unprepared for the oval office. Mr. Obama told CBS News Trump's statements that the U.S. might not stand with NATO allies shows a lack of readiness on foreign policy. "Face the Nation" moderator and CBS News political director John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his interview with the president.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and his team will not stay quiet during the Democratic convention. The latest CBS News poll shows 83 percent of Republicans who watched the GOP convention now have a more favorable view of Donald Trump, and 69 percent say they have a more positive view of the party. Major Garrett reports on the Trump campaign's tactics following their convention.
The presidential campaign is tied as the Democratic National Convention begins. A CBS News poll shows Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton both have 42 percent support. The Democrats will meet under the cloud of a new email controversy that revealed nearly 20,000 messages hacked from the Democratic National Committee showing party officials expressing frustration with Bernie Sanders' campaign. Nancy Cordes reports.