This month marks 50 years since Bruce Lee opened his Los Angeles kung fu studio. It's where the iconic actor trained Hollywood's elite, from Steve McQueen and James Coburn to Chuck Norris and James Garner. But these days, Lee's pen is proving to be even mightier than his punches. Only on "CBS This Morning," Ben Tracy takes us into the Lee family archives and introduces us to Bruce Lee, the philosopher.
Arizona Sen. John McCain is calling for a select committee to investigate Russian interference in U.S. politics and allegations of collusion with the Trump campaign. The 2008 Republican presidential candidate joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss a wide range of topics, including calls for Rep. Devin Nunes to recuse himself from the Russia probe, what he wants to hear from President Trump, and nuclear threat from North Korea.
The Wall Street statue of the Fearless Girl won a permit to spend 11 months in front of the iconic Charging Bull statue. The roughly four-foot statue has become a social media sensation, but the artist behind the bull claims it alters the meaning of his work and infringes on his copyright. Tony Dokoupil reports.
A father is outraged after his daughter, Hannah Eimers, was billed for a guardrail that he says contributed to her death. Eimers died in a car crash last November in Tennessee. The father believes his daughter would still be alive if the X-Lite guardrail stopper hadn't sliced through her car. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Top Democrats say the House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes cannot be trusted with the investigation of Russian interference in the election. The Republican lawmaker revealed Monday that he met with an unnamed source and reviewed classified documents last week on the White House grounds. Jeff Pegues reports.