A trip to the Super Bowl will be on the line next Sunday for the four teams competing in the NFL conference championship games. Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers will take on the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC. In the AFC, the Pittsburgh Steelers will face Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. CBS Sports' "NFL Today" analyst Tony Gonzalez joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the upcoming matchups.
"Saturday Night Live" offered its comedic take on Donald Trump's first press conference since the election. The president-elect fired back Sunday on Twitter, writing that the show is "not funny, cast is terrible, always a complete hit job. Really bad television!" But as Jan Crawford reports, for decades, American presidents have had to get used to being the butt of comedians' jokes.
President-elect Donald Trump says he is almost ready to unveil his proposal to replace Obamacare. Trump told the Washington Post the plan will provide "insurance for everybody." Bloomberg News White House correspondent Shannon Pettypiece joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Mr. Trump's healthcare goals.
The so-called "Greatest Show on Earth" is folding up its tent forever. After nearly a century and a half, the parent company of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey says it will go out of business in May. Executives blame high operating costs and declining attendance, especially following the end of the elephant acts. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
A girl who was abducted from a Florida hospital in 1998 was reunited with her parents after nearly two decades. Investigators found 18-year-old Kamiyah Mobley living in a small town in South Carolina, almost 200 miles from where she disappeared. The woman she thought was her mother was charged with kidnapping and interference with custody. Tony Dokoupil reports.
Susan Page, USA Today's Washington bureau chief, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how people who have worked decades in healthcare are wondering how President-elect Donald Trump's Republican healthcare plan will have "insurance for everybody," as well as Mr. Trump's spat with civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis.
Sean Spicer, press secretary for the incoming Trump administration and the outgoing communications director for the Republican National Committee, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss President-elect Trump's healthcare goals. In an interview with the Washington Post, Mr. Trump said the Republican healthcare plan would have "insurance for everybody." Spicer also addresses why Mr. Trump is sparring with civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis.
Millions of Americans face dangerous winter weather after a deadly ice storm slammed the country's mid-section. At least six deaths have been reported from the storm and thousands are without power. The system created havoc on the roads and caused hundreds of cancellations and delays at airports. Omar Villafranca reports from Woodward, Oklahoma.