Actress Naomie Harris is famous for her roles in the James Bond film, "Skyfall," the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise and more. The British actress now stars as a drug-addicted single mom in "Moonlight." Harris and the film's writer and director, Barry Jenkins, join "CBS This Morning" to discuss the film.
In 1975, actress Lynda Carter first brought "Wonder Woman" to American TV screens. This year, the superhero turns 75 and earns one more distinction as a United Nations Honorary Ambassador for the Empowerment of Women and Girls. Before the official ceremony at the U.N. headquarters, Carter joined "CBS This Morning" to discuss the character's lasting impact and responded to pushback from those suggesting that the icon sends the "wrong message" about female empowerment.
Ashley Fallis died of a gunshot wound to the head after a New Year's Eve party in 2012 -- did she commit suicide, or did someone else pull the trigger? Four years later -- a trial and a stunning verdict. Erin Moriarty joins "CBS This Morning" to preview her "48 Hours" report, "Death after Midnight," airing Saturday 10/9c.
To keep up with fast-changing technology, the American Academy of Pediatrics is out with updated guidelines for media use by young children. The group recommends no screen time for kids under 18 months, except for video-chatting. Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the recommendations.
The presidential vote could also decide the next Congress. Many Republicans worry that Donald Trump will hurt other GOP candidates on the ballot. Thirty-four Senate seats are at stake in this election. The latest poll in New Hampshire shows Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan leading Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte, 46 to 38 percent. Julianna Goldman reports.
Katie May's grieving family has a warning for other families after the sudden death of the model and single mother. The 34-year-old suffered a stroke in February, but this week, the Los Angeles County coroner's office confirmed her death was caused by an injury at a chiropractor's office. Michelle Miller reports.
An NSA contractor accused of stealing a "breathtaking" amount of government secrets over the past 20 years is due in court Friday. The FBI arrested Harold Martin in August for allegedly stealing enough material to fill about 200 laptops. Prosecutors are expected to charge him with violating the Espionage Act. Chip Reid reports.
An American military adviser has died in the attack to drive ISIS out of Iraq's second-largest city of Mosul. Officials say his vehicle hit a roadside bomb and overturned. Meanwhile, ISIS forces attacked targets around the city of Kirkuk overnight. Security forces there tell CBS News at least 35 people were killed. Holly Williams reports from Iraq.