John Lithgow's storied career includes two Oscar-nominated performances and three Emmys for hit TV comedy, "3rd Rock from the Sun." But the actor first made a name for himself in theater. Now, he's returning to the stage in his latest, one-man Broadway show, "Stories by Heart." Lithgow shares deeply personal moments and tales from the same book his stage producer father read to him while growing up. Lithgow joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss conversing with the audience in the Broadway show and his role in the Netflix series, "The Crown."
More than one billion people watch a total of a billion hours of video on YouTube every day. But the company is facing scrutiny for its slow response to a graphic video from one of its popular users, Logan Paul. Ten days after the video was posted, YouTube removed Paul's channel from its ad program and put his future projects on hold. Kevin Allocca, head of YouTube's culture and trends, is out with a new book called "Videocracy: How YouTube is Changing the World." He joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how YouTube is tackling content control and why the site is a reflection of our society.
The upcoming Winter Games could make history by featuring North and South Korea's first unified Olympic team. South Korea's team currently includes five players who were born in South Korea but raised in other countries. One of them is 24-year-old Marissa Brandt, who was adopted as an infant by a Minnesota family. Dana Jacobson spoke with Brandt about what a united Korean team could mean. Her 24-year-old sister, Hannah, is playing for the American hockey team. Watch more of the Brandt sisters' story next month during the Olympics.
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen testifies Tuesday in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee on a new DHS study, which found U.S. federal courts convicted at least 549 people with international terrorism-related charges between Sept. 11, 2001 and Dec. 31, 2016. Seventy-three percent of them were foreign-born, and 148 of those convicted had become naturalized U.S. citizens. Nielsen spoke to "CBS This Morning" co-host John Dickerson about the study.
President Trump says Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., is hurting the chances of reaching an immigration deal. Durbin was in the White House last week when he said the president used a vulgar word to describe some immigrants. Democrats want DACA to be part of a deal to avoid a government shutdown by Friday. Major Garrett reports.
Families are starting to move into what is being called America's first solar-powered town. Babcock Ranch, about half an hour northeast of Fort Myers, Florida, is supposed to produce more energy than it consumes once it's finished. Developers are building nearly 20,000 homes for a projected 50,000 people. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
Kirstjen Nielsen, President Trump's Homeland Security secretary, tells CBS News immigrants in the DACA program need to follow the law. She was in the Oval Office during last week's "impassioned" White House meeting on DACA where Mr. Trump reportedly described African nations with vulgar language. "CBS This Morning" co-host John Dickerson asked Nielsen about the meeting and the president's views on immigration.
The anger over President Trump's reported vulgar talk on immigration is now closer to forcing a government shutdown. Congress needs to pass some kind of spending bill by Friday but that's in jeopardy over GOP plans to phase out the DACA program that protects young undocumented immigrants. Nancy Cordes reports.