The Obamacare compromise that two senators reached this week has hit some major obstacles. Republican Lamar Alexander and Democrat Patty Murray made a deal to maintain Obamacare insurance subsidies and give states more flexibility. But several key Republicans now say they will not support it. Nancy Cordes reports.
A key Republican senator says the Trump administration needs to explain how four U.S. Army sergeants were killed in Niger. Bryan Black, Jeremiah Johnson, Dustin Wright, and La David Johnson were told not to expect enemy contact on their mission to meet with community leaders two weeks ago. Margaret Brennan reports.
First on "CBS This Morning," we're giving you a sneak peek at author John Grisham's latest novel, "The Rooster Bar." In Grisham's 25th legal thriller, he explores the world of student debt. Read the first four chapters of "The Rooster Bar" on CBSThisMorning.com. Grisham will join "CBS This Morning" next Tuesday to discuss his new novel.
As part of our ongoing series, Issues That Matter, we look at the opioid crisis. Following an investigation by "60 Minutes" and the Washington Post, 41 attorneys general around the country have subpoenaed drug manufacturers and distributors for information and documents. They want to know how opioid medications are made, marketed and distributed. Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the focus of their investigation and why they're not waiting for Congress to go after pharmaceutical companies.
Oprah Winfrey is out with a new book called "The Wisdom of Sundays: Life-changing Insights from Super Soul Conversations." It's a collection of moments from the two-time Emmy Award-winning series, "Super Soul Sunday." Oprah joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss living life with intention, spirituality, sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein, and the process of working with "60 Minutes" as a special contributor.