We are learning more about the plight of two young Syrian girls caught up in one of the government's bloodiest sieges of the country's seven-year civil war. Noor and Alaa Khatib live in eastern Ghouta, which has been under government siege for six straight days. More than 400 people have been killed. Charlie D'Agata spoke with the mother of the two girls who is pleading for help.
The president endorsed letting trained teachers carry weapons when he met with state and local officials on Thursday. That idea has people split along party lines according to a CBS News poll out Friday morning. Fifty percent of Americans are opposed to teachers carrying guns and 44 percent are in favor of it. Julianna Goldman reports.
Artificial intelligence is part of the new frontier in medicine. In our Grand Round series, Dr. David Agus, who directs research on AI at the University of Southern California and heads USC Norris Westside Cancer Center, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how AI is transforming medicine and the risks it poses to patient privacy.
YouTube faces strong criticism after it spread conspiracy theories in the aftermath of the deadly school shooting in Florida. The top trending video on the platform Wednesday falsely accused survivor David Hogg of being a crisis actor and was viewed more than 200,000 times before being taken down. Wired senior writer Issie Lapowsky joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the downsides of YouTube's trending tools and the company's role in moderating content.
The public will have a chance to pay respects to the Rev. Billy Graham before he is buried next Friday in North Carolina. The famed evangelist's influence also reached politics, meeting with every president from Harry Truman to Barack Obama. Russell Moore, president of Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Graham's legacy.