One of the largest subway construction projects in the country is providing a window into Los Angeles' ancient past. We first took you underground last summer where archaeologists unearthed the bones of prehistoric mammals. In the past few weeks, a big new cache of fossils had been uncovered. Carter Evans returned for the first peek.
Lawmakers are calling on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify on Capitol Hill about the abuse of user data. Facebook is under fire because data from more than 50 million users was inappropriately given to Cambridge Analytica, which used it to target political messages in the 2016 campaign. Louisiana Republican Sen. John Kennedy joins “CBS This Morning” from Washington to discuss his push for a potential hearing with tech industry CEOs.
A target in a bizarre murder-for-hire plot in Texas broke her silence in court on Wednesday. Meghan Verikas described in startling detail what it was like to pose for photos meant to trick her ex-boyfriend, Leon Jacob, into thinking she had been kidnapped by the hitman he allegedly hired to kill her. "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant reports.
New research could explain the growing number of mumps cases among young adults who thought childhood vaccines would last forever. Scientists warn the shots may be wearing off for some age groups. The answer could be a third mumps shot when someone turns 18. Dr. David Agus joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why vaccines need to be improved.
Wired editor-in-chief and CBS News contributor Nicholas Thompson spoke with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Wednesday night about the social media giant's privacy problem and how it plans to solve it. Thompson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what Zuckerberg told him and whether his public apology was enough.