In our ongoing series, Issues That Matter, House Speaker Paul Ryan joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss tax reform after the Senate's crucial vote for a budget blueprint Thursday night. Ryan says they will close loopholes that disproportionately benefit the wealthy and create a fourth bracket where the revenue will go to the middle class. He also talks about why identity politics is wrong and divisive.
In 2007, Bonobos was one of the first retailers to begin selling clothing exclusively online. Four years later, it launched guide shops, where you try clothes on at their brick and mortar store, but everything you buy is shipped to you. This past summer, Walmart bought the company for $310 million. Andy Dunn, founder and CEO of Bonobos and senior vice president of digital consumer brands at Walmart eCommerce, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the changing landscape of online and offline retail.
It has been one month since Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico. President Trump rated his administration's response to the crisis 10 out of 10. The president gave his "blessing" to lawmakers to help build a new power station on the island, but the situaton is still dire for many Puerto Ricans. David Begnaud reports.
Two weeks after the New York Times published an investigation into sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein, director Quentin Tarantino tells New York Times correspondent and CBS News contributor Jodi Kantor he feels ashamed for doing nothing after knowing about accusations against Weinstein for decades. Kantor, who broke the Weinstein story with colleague Megan Twohey, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the growing number of voices including actress Lupita Nyong'o.
Lawmakers are taking steps to force Facebook and other online platforms to disclose who buys political ads on their sites. A new bipartisan bill called the Honest Ads Act would make online advertisers disclose who pay for ads, just like TV and radio. Wired editor-in-chief and CBS News contributor Nicholas Thompson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss whether the act will make a difference in preventing political influence operations, who is likely to oppose the bill, and why fake accounts are the real problem platforms face.