The start of holiday movie season means blockbusters, family films and time to consider which movies might win awards. One of this season's most anticipated openings is "Star Wars: The Last Jedi." Slate film critic Dana Stevens and New York Times culture reporter Melena Ryzik join "CBS This Morning" to preview highly anticipated films.
This holiday weekend kicks off the biggest shopping season of the year. Americans are expected to spend around $680 billion this holiday season. A third of shoppers plan to buy electronics, and two-thirds of people spending money this weekend say they're trying to take advantage of deals. Consumer Reports digital editor Elliot Weiler joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the best deals.
The family of a murdered military hero is embroiled in an international fight for justice. Karl Hoerig was killed in his Ohio home in March 2007. His family immediately suspected his wife, Claudia, but she boarded a flight to her native Brazil hours after her husband's death. U.S. investigators charged Claudia with murder, but more than 10 years later, the Hoerig family is still seeking justice. Erin Moriarty, who traveled to Brazil to track down Claudia, joins "CBS This Morning" to preview her "48 Hours" report airing Saturday, Nov. 25.
Uber's new CEO reportedly knew about the data breach of rider and driver data for more than two months before revealing it publicly this week. Information from about 57 million riders and 600,000 drivers was exposed in October 2016. Uber paid the hackers $100,000 to delete the stolen data, but it's unclear if they did. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins "CBS This Morning" from San Francisco to discuss to impact of the latest revelations. We reached out to Uber for a statement, but have yet to hear back.