Actor Jim Parsons has brought Sheldon Cooper to life for the past 10 years on "The Big Bang Theory." Now, Parsons is also behind the camera as an executive producer and narrator of a new show called "Young Sheldon," starring Iain Armitage. Parsons and Armitage join "CBS This Morning" to discuss the new series.
Sixty years ago today, nine black students entered an all-white high school in Little Rock, Arkansas. The new documentary "Teach Us All" honors the Little Rock Nine. It explores how educational inequality still plagues the U.S. six decades later. Bianna Golodryga spoke to director Sonia Lowman and backer Ava DuVernay about the film.
Airbnb provides a worldwide online platform to connect guests with private room and home rentals. Founded in 2008, the company is now valued at more than $30 billion. Airbnb plans expand its platform to include online restaurant reservations and local sight-seeing opportunities. The company is announcing more than 150 new experiences in New York City. Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his company's success and its path forward.
From London to Los Angeles, NFL players responded to President Trump saying players should be fired for protesting during the national anthem. More than 200 players kneeled or sat during anthem Sunday. The previous week before Mr. Trump's comments, only six players protested. CBS News special correspondent and "NFL Today" host James Brown joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss the controversy.
A web of secrecy could make it nearly impossible to identify a plane's real owner. The Boston Globe's Spotlight team spent a year investigating a system they say can be exploited by drug dealers or corrupt international politicians. The team reports they even found people with links to terrorism who appeared to hold active FAA licenses to fly or repair planes. Kris Van Cleave reports.
"60 Minutes" exposed the deep divisions that linger among Americans nearly a year after the presidential election. In her debut Sunday night as a "60 Minutes" special contributor, Oprah Winfrey traveled to Michigan to moderate a heated focus group. One farmer told her why the U.S. needs to build a border wall but still have immigrant workers.