A new study reported by the New York Times blames a culture of overwork for hurting women's chances for success. Researchers found the demand for longer work hours affects both genders. But for women, who are often the primary caregivers at home, the burden is greater. Harvard business school professor Robin Ely co-authored the study. She joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her findings.
Mandatory water restrictions are in effect across California where the governor hopes to cut water usage by an average of 25 percent across the state. One industry that has found itself in the crosshairs of the new crackdowns is swimming pools. David Begnaud reports Los Angeles where some are choosing to fill in their pools.
The Transportation Security Administration is making major changes to airport screening procedure after an alarming report about airport security. It was revealed that TSA agents failed to detect mock weapons and bombs in a security sting. In response, the agency is shaking up its leadership. CBS News homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues reports from Washington.
The month of May brought persistent floods to Texas and an unrelenting heat wave to India. On Monday, researchers from Rutgers University published an explanation for the repeating weather patterns; Earthquake disaster flick "San Andreas" grossed $53.2 million during its opening weekend despite predictions that people in earthquake-prone areas wouldn't go see it.