Our ongoing series Something in Common features comedy superstars Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler. Both actors were featured performers on "Saturday Night Live" and now co-star in the new movie, "The House." They play parents who make questionable financial decisions to get their daughter through college. Ferrell and Poehler talked about the movie and other things they have in common.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi became a member of Congress through a special election 30 years ago. She has led House Democrats for the last 14 years, including a stint as the first female speaker. But the Democratic Party's losing streak in recent special elections prompted some House colleagues to question her leadership. Pelosi joins "CBS This Morning" to respond to the criticism and discuss the Republicans' efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare.
A toxin is in the water supply for tens of thousands of people in Wilmington, North Carolina. A company linked to the chemical giant DuPont has been releasing a potentially cancer-causing substance into the drinking water for 37 years. Jericka Duncan reports on whether a legal loophole may have led to decades of contamination.
A ride at Six Flags amusement park in New York is still closed after a girl's terrifying fall. The 14-year-old apparently slipped under the safety railing of the ride's carriage Saturday night. She clung on for several minutes before dropping into the arms of strangers below. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Before the Supreme Court goes on summer recess, the justices could decide several cases including the Trump administration's appeal of its temporary travel ban. We may also hear about the future of Justice Anthony Kennedy. The swing vote on the high court is said to be considering retirement. Jan Crawford reports.
The Senate Republicans' health care bill faces a critical test this week. There is supposed to be a vote before Congress goes on its Fourth of July recess. But the newest Obamacare replacement does not have enough support. Five of the 52 GOP senators say they oppose the current bill. Nancy Cordes reports.
U.S.-backed fighters in Syria say they have captured a key neighborhood in ISIS' self-proclaimed capital, Raqqa. The advance comes after three days of intense fighting. The area under ISIS control in Syria is shrinking. Holly Williams and a CBS News crew were the first American network inside Raqqa City.