The U.S. housing market is gaining strength on job growth and strong consumer confidence. In the first quarter of this year, sales of existing homes jumped to $5.6 million, the best performance in a decade. Online real estate giant Zillow is reaping some of the rewards. Zillow Group CEO Spencer Rascoff joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the $1 million "Zillow Prize" and home values.
This year alone, schools including Penn State, Loyola University, University of Central Florida and the University of Arizona, have suspended fraternities after hazing allegations. Judson Horras, president and CEO of the North-American Interfraternity Conference, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the death of Penn State sophomore Timothy Piazza, the challenges of policing binge drinking at colleges, and the call by some for an end to fraternities on campuses.
Millions of people in Ohio Gov. John Kasich's state could be impacted by President Trump's proposed cuts. Kasich, who as a congressman chaired the House Budget Committee and whose tenure included the 1995 government shutdown and a balanced federal budget, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Mr. Trump's budget proposal, the nation's opioid epidemic and Monday's Manchester concert bombing.
A Christian school in western Maryland is defending its decision to discipline a pregnant student by banning her from participating in her graduation ceremony next month. Anti-abortion group Students for Life says Heritage Academy should not punish the 18-year-old for her decision to keep her baby. Jan Crawford spoke with the high school senior.
A new report obtained by "CBS This Morning" shows the number of recordable injuries in 2015 at Tesla's factory in Fremont, California, was 31 percent higher than the industry average, and the rate of serious injuries was about double the industry rate. Watch Carter Evans' interview with employees Thursday on "CBS This Morning," which airs 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. ET/PT.
Britain's prime minister warns more attacks may be imminent. Also, Pope Francis asks President Trump to be a peacemaker, and tries to change his mind on climate change. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
Former CIA Director John Brennan told lawmakers Tuesday that the sheer volume of contacts between Trump campaign officials and Russians sparked concerns last year, and he set up a working group with other agencies to monitor those contacts. Two other top officials testified on the Hill. Nancy Cordes has the latest.