As President Trump raises the real possibility of "major conflict" with North Korea over its nuclear and missile programs, the U.S. is putting on a show of force intended to convince the regime that it doesn't stand a chance against the American military. There's no doubt who would win, but the destruction would be horrendous for both sides. David Martin reports from the Pentagon.
It's hard to imagine rock 'n' roll without thinking of multi-talented Foo Fighters front man, Dave Grohl. Dave's mom, Virginia Hanlon Grohl, is now stepping into the spotlight with her new book, "From Cradle to Stage: Stories from the Mothers Who Rocked and Raised Rock Stars." The Grohls join "CBS This Morning" to discuss her son's childhood and how she spoke with more than a dozen music icons while writing the book.
"CBS This Morning" is launching a new partnership with LinkedIn called "Work in Progress" to explore the future of jobs and issues facing the American workforce. Technology that is available today could automate 45 percent of the jobs that people are paid to do across all occupations. Tony Dokoupil reports.
President Trump says his tax plan is going to put people back to work, but some important details were missing from the one-page blueprint that calls for big corporate and personal tax cuts. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the plan and how he thinks it will unleash economic growth.
A major archaeological dig in Southern California could rewrite the history books. New findings published in the journal, Nature, suggest there was human activity in North America 130,000 years ago. Scientists believe these primitive beings came between the Neanderthals and archaic Homo sapiens. Mireya Villarreal reports.