From remembering the life of a legend to surrogacy scams, here are some highlights from this week on "CBS This Morning."
It was less than a year ago that Robin Williams graced "CBS This Morning" with his hilarious presence. Our co-hosts consider him one of their favorite guests to ever appear on the show.
The pope spent his first day in South Korea celebrating Mass and preaching anti-consumerism. He practiced what he preached, being driven from the airport in a Kia Soul and even taking the public train.
Smokey The Bear turns 70 years old this week, and as a birthday gift he got something of a makeover. America's parkland protector has a fresh new look and even joined Twitter, with 25,000 followers and counting.
Mo'ne Davis, pitcher on the Taney Dragons, led her team from Philadelphia to the Little League World Series with her "electric" pitching. If they win, the Dragons would be the first championship team with a girl on it.
The world of Scrabble is changing fast. Conrad Basset-Bouchard, winner of this year's National Scrabble Championship, is a 24-year-old who honed his skills online. Also, words like "selfie" and "frenemy" are now playable.
Ryan Rupac of Planet Hospital offered costumers fertilization treatments out of a clinic in Mexico, but when the egg donors never showed up, the FBI did.