Billy Eichner gained success with his energetic persona on his hit show, "Billy on the Street." He runs around quizzing strangers with random questions, sometimes bringing celebrities along for the ride. Along with his sidewalk adventures, he also stars in the Hulu scripted comedy, "Difficult People." Eichner joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his career and the people he's met along the way.
On Sunday a record crowd is expected at the NYC Pride march, the annual celebration of gay rights that began in 1970. But this year will bring solidarity and a tribute for the 49 people killed in a gay nightclub in Orlando. Josh Elliott reports on the increased police protection around the weekend's events.
For the first time in more than three months, Brussels terror attack victim Sebastien Bellin is waking up at home in Michigan with his family. An iconic image of the former basketball player injured and bleeding on the Brussels Airport floor was seen all around the world. Only on "CBS This Morning." Vladimir Duthiers reports on Bellin's emotional return home.
Georgia Congressman John Lewis vows to battle on, after this week's historic Congressional sit-in over the gun control stalemate. The civil rights pioneer joined fellow Democrats in a 25-hour protest. But House Speaker Paul Ryan says it was nothing more than a stunt. Rep. Lewis joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss why he felt he had to "dramatize" the issue and make it "plain" for the American people to see.
Britain's vote to leave the European Union and Prime Minister David Cameron's resignation has sent global markets into a tailspin. Billions of dollars have been wiped from shares in the U.K., Germany, Japan and China. The fallout has spread uncertainty around the world. Seth Doane reports from Rome on world leaders' reactions.