The Mueller investigation of election tampering has led to the first indictment of Russians. More than a dozen are charged with conspiracy to tamper with the election process -- to undermine confidence in U.S. democracy. There is no allegation anyone in the Trump campaign was involved. Jeff Pegues reports.
There's major concerns over Russia's influence in Eastern Europe. Bosnia-Herzegovina remains a deeply divided country despite a decades-old peace agreement that ended a brutal civil war in the Balkans. The nation is split between a Bosnian Serb republic and a Muslim-Croat federation. The Bosnian Serb police are expected to receive 2,500 new automatic rifles next month. But there's fears Russia will train the officers and increase the risk of conflict. Alex Kliment, a CBSN contributor and Signal newsletter writer, takes CBSN through the latest.
Our ongoing series, A More Perfect Union, aims to show that what unites us as Americans is far greater than what divides us. Today we look at the healing power of friendship. Twenty-one years ago, a group of women in Maryland rallied around their friend Harriet as she battled the debilitating effects of multiple sclerosis. Chip Reid speaks with "Harriet's Harem."
Threatening internet posts made by the Florida school shooting suspect put a spotlight on the role social media companies could play in preventing tragedies. A YouTube user says he contacted the FBI and YouTube in September when Nikolas Cruz apparently commented on a video, writing: "I'm going to be a professional school shooter." Wired editor-in-chief Nicholas Thompson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the "complicated tradeoffs" for media companies and protecting user privacy.
The Florida school shooting is reigniting the gun debate on Capitol Hill. In the wake of other mass shootings, bills to mandate background checks, prevent stalkers from buying guns and ban so-called "bump stocks" stalled in Congress. Retiring Republican lawmakers speak with Nancy Cordes about congressional inaction for Sunday's "Face the Nation."
Federal immigration agents are escalating efforts to crack down on businesses hiring undocumented workers. New data released Friday shows Immigration and Customs Enforcement visited 122 businesses over the past five days, mostly in Southern California. It's the largest sweep so far this year. Mireya Villarreal reports.