Vice President Mike Pence joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how the Trump administration is cooperating with the probe into Russian meddling in the U.S. election, reports that President Trump has decided to decertify the Iran nuclear deal, and recent indications that the U.S. has found military options to handle a nuclear North Korea without putting the Korean Peninsula at risk.
CBS News has learned President Trump is leaning toward decertifying the Iran nuclear deal. The president is looking to force the issue by declaring Tehran out of compliance with the landmark agreement. The 2015 deal froze Iran's nuclear program in exchange for lifting sanctions. Margaret Brennan reports.
British police have made two more arrests in Friday's subway bombing. Five people are now in custody. Thirty people were hurt when the bomb partially exploded. And now, Amazon is reviewing procedures after it was revealed its website may unwittingly give tips to would-be bombers. Mark Phillips reports.
The New York Times reported Wednesday that special counsel Robert Mueller's office "sent a document to the White House that detailed 13 areas in which investigators are seeking information." CBS News' Jeff Pegues has also learned of emails that show a top Trump operative reaching out to an associate of Russian President Vladimir Putin.