Navigation apps like Waze and Google Maps can help speed up your commute, but they can make secret shortcuts very public in communities. Quiet side streets once used as shortcuts for savvy drivers are now filled with bumper-to-bumper traffic. Jim Axelrod reports on Leonia, New Jersey's solution to cut down on congestion.
The tourism industry is worried about a new government system that warns of unsafe travel destinations. The new feature rates every country in terms of safety on a four-point scale. Previously, the State Department issued warnings and alerts about specific nations. CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg joins "CBS This Morning" to explain the concern and confusion.
In our continuing series, American Voices, we take a closer look at Oklahoma City to see how national issues are playing out on the local level. During Republican Mayor Mick Cornett's four terms in office, Oklahoma City has created 100,000 new jobs and 9,400 new businesses. It's also invested nearly $2 billion in schools and infrastructure, and to help improve public health, Cornett put his city on a diet. Cornett, who's now running for governor of Oklahoma, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how he helped transform his city.
First on "CBS This Morning," CVS Health is announcing a major change to how you shop for beauty products. The nation's leading drugstore chain will inform customers if certain advertisements for products were digitally altered. Helena Foulkes, executive vice president of CVS Health and president of CVS Pharmacy, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the changes among other customer initiatives.
Comedian Aziz Ansari is pushing back against allegations of sexual misconduct. The 23-year-old accuser told an online publication that during a sexual encounter, Ansari was "rough" with her and missed or ignored "verbal and non-verbal cues" that she was distressed. Anna Werner reports on how the accusations are stirring debate. Warning: Some people may find the language in the report graphic.
A Florida shuttle boat captain is credited with saving dozens of lives when a massive fire broke out on board. Dramatic video shows passengers jumping into the water as large flames and thick smoke quickly surrounded the boat. Fourteen people were hurt. One person died. The boat was headed to a casino cruise just off the coast near Tampa Bay. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Republican strategist Dan Senor, former senior adviser to Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan in the 2012 presidential campaign, spoke with Republican members of Congress about the president's reported vulgar comments on immigration. Senor joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the fallout, the future of DACA, and whether Romney will run for Utah's Senate seat.
The immigration debate in Congress is stalled after President Trump's reported use of a vulgarity to describe Haiti, El Salvador and some African nations. On Sunday the president denied he's a racist, and two Republican allies say he didn't use the reported language. CBS News' Errol Barnett reports.
Hawaii officials are under fire over a false alarm that warned the public of an approaching missile attack. People flooded the streets in fear across the state, searching for places to hide. The head of the FCC, which is investigating, calls the error "absolutely unacceptable." David Begnaud reports.