New attorney general Loretta Lynch became the top cop in the country and briefed the president on the race riots in Baltimore on her first day in office. A granddaughter of sharecroppers, she grew up in North Carolina surrounded by the issue of race. Lynch sat down with Norah O'Donnell for her first interview in office.
Juicing, cleansing and fad diets may not be the best way to re-boot your body. Samantha Heller, registered dietitian, exercise physiologist and author of "The Only Cleanse: A 14-day Natural Detox Plan to Jump-Start a Lifetime of Health," joins "CBS This Morning" with tips on the best cleanse for your body.
Off-the-clock emails are prompting a lawsuit and possible legislation regarding overtime pay. In a new Pew Research poll, 39 percent of workers say smartphones have made their working hours more flexible, but 35 percent say they are also putting in longer hours. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how this lawsuit could impact overtime pay laws.
Lynch is expressing serious concerns about losing some surveillance powers now protected by the Patriot Act. It's a contentious law because it allows the government to collect data on almost every phone call in the U.S. Norah O'Donnell sat down with the government's chief attorney in her first interview in office.