Veteran journalist Ann Curry spent most of her career reporting from the frontlines and watching history unfold. Curry, executive producer and reporter of the PBS show, "We'll Meet Again," joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Season 2 of reunions. She also talks about what needs to change, one year after the Me Too movement swept the nation.
Everyday, Planned Parenthood workers serve more than 8,000 people in more than 600 clinics across the country. Beginning Monday, Dr. Leana Wen takes over as Planned Parenthood's new president. She was previously Baltimore's health commissioner. Wen joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what she plans to bring to the organization.
Hundreds of mourners gathered for a somber homecoming in Napa, California on Sunday. Alaina Housley was the youngest of the 12 victims of last week's mass shooting in Thousand Oaks. Lee Cowan spoke with her father, uncle and aunt, "Sister, Sister" star Tamera Mowry-Housley, about the heartbreaking loss.
Congressional Democrats are on a collision course with the new acting attorney general. Democrats, who will control the House in January, vow to protect special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation from Matt Whitaker. Whitaker, who was appointed by President Trump last week, has expressed skepticism about the investigation. Paula Reid reports.
A nurse is recalling his and his patients' harrowing, near-death escape from the Camp Fire that nearly destroyed the town of Paradise, north of Sacramento. Workers at the Feather River Hospital loaded patients into their personal vehicles and drove them to safety while thousands of buildings burned. Mireya Villarreal reports.
Strong winds are blowing again in California, which is very bad news for millions of people hoping to avoid the most destructive wildfires the state has ever seen. Two of those fires have burned nearly 200,000 acres, an area about the size of New York City. They are blamed for at least 31 deaths. Jeff Glor reports.