Kind snack company's CEO, Daniel Lubetzky, is committing $25 million over 10 years to create an organization called "Feed the Truth." It wants to stop "biased science" funded by food groups from influencing nutrition policy. Lubetzky and Debra Eschmeyer, who was the White House senior adviser for nutrition policy under President Obama, join "CBS This Morning" to discuss the initiative.
A SpaceX cargo ship Dragon is on its way to the International Space Station after a historic launch in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Crowds cheered as the company's Falcon 9 rocket blasted off Sunday from the Kennedy Space Center, then safely returned without its payload. The SpaceX launch comes as NASA considers a new mission for its astronauts. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Former Team USA gymnasts are accusing a former team doctor, Lawrence Nassar, of sexual abuse. They say Nassar disguised the abuse as pain treatment, while Nassar's attorney defends the treatment as legitimate. Last year Nassar was charged with child pornography and criminal sexual conduct in different cases. Jamie Dantzscher, Jessica Howard and Jeanette Antolin join "CBS This Morning" to discuss why they spoke out for the first time on "60 Minutes."