The Republican vow to overturn Obamacare comes down to one pivotal vote Tuesday. The Senate will decide on a procedural measure Tuesday afternoon whether to move forward on legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. However, it is not clear if Republicans have enough support to move forward or even what exactly they're voting on. Nancy Cordes reports.
A subway construction project is Los Angeles is unearthing the prehistoric side of southern California. Workers excavating the tunnels discovered fossils of ancient mammals that roamed the area about 11,000 years ago. The historic trove includes bones from extinct beasts like mammoths and mastodons. Carter Evans reports.
In our morning rounds, a new approach to fight multiple sclerosis -- a disease where the body attacks its own central nervous system. MS affects about 400,000 people in the United States. It is two to three times more common among women. Current treatments may have severe side effects, and there is no cure. Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss a cutting edge, but low-tech attempt to slow the symptoms.
O.J. Simpson is serving his final months in prison in protective custody after winning parole. Prison officials believe he's a potential target for other inmates. Malcolm Lavergne represented Simpson at the parole hearing in Nevada. Lavergne joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about what's ahead for his client, a claim made about Simpson living a "conflict-free" life and the Goldman family's civil suit.
A Florida family believes an officer who hit and killed their loved one should have lost his badge before the deadly crash. Blane Land, 62, was crossing the street in May when Officer Timothy James crashed into him while responding to a robbery call. Land died from his injuries. The incident was ruled an accident. Omar Villafranca reports.
Kentucky has become ground zero for the abortion debate. Its sole remaining abortion clinic is under threat and the state could become the first in the nation without an abortion provider. Hundreds of protesters from a national anti-abortion group are gathering there this week. They are making the state, and that clinic, their target. Anna Werner reports.
More than twenty million people are under a severe weather alert Monday morning throughout the northeast. Flash flood warnings were issued in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Washington D.C., where a weekend storm left thousands without power. The massive system battered the midwest last week. It toppled trees, overturned cars and destroyed homes. While the storm moved out of the region, much of the area is still under water. DeMarco Morgan reports.