Starwood Hotels is looking to stay ahead of its competitors by pushing ahead into the new age. New services for guests include tapping into virtual reality consoles, keyless entry, smart mirrors and a "robot butler." CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg got a behind-the-scenes look at a lab that's designing rooms of the future.
Oklahoma is the latest to join 45 other states and Washington, D.C., but many drivers are ignoring the rules. The government says during the daytime alone, 660,000 use cell phones or handle other electronic devices behind the wheel. Kris Van Cleave went behind-the-scenes with Maryland police and saw some of the risky behavior firsthand.
Alaska Airlines is investigating how a baggage worker fell asleep inside a plane's cargo hold. Passengers and crew heard banging and screaming from below after the plane took off from Seattle Monday. The pilot returned to the airport for an emergency landing. Jeff Pegues reports on how the harrowing experience unfolded.
An investigation conducted by The Associated Press found that San Francisco International Airport has had the most perimeter breaches in the past decade while Mineta San Jose International Airport had the fifth-most. Andria Borba of CBS San Francisco reports on efforts to improve security and stop the breaches.
If you are one of the more than 100 million people booking travel online, you could be paying for hidden extras. A California man says he booked his Las Vegas hotel for one price, but his bill included an additional charge, a resort fee of $28 a night. Now, he's taking the casino in a class action lawsuit. CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss this issue.