Complex relationships and communication are at the heart of movies produced by Oscar-winner Brian Grazer, whose credits include "A Beautiful Mind" and "Apollo 13." He has now put what he's learned over the years into a new book. Grazer visited "CBS This Morning" to discuss "Face to Face: The Art of Human Connection," published by Simon & Schuster, a division of CBS.
Marie Osmond has captivated audiences for more than five decades - singing with her brother Donny on TV and in Las Vegas, as a solo performer, and as a successful entrepreneur on QVC. She also co-founded the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. Last week Osmond joined "The Talk" for its 10th season. She talked with "CBS This Morning" about her new view from the "Talk" table.
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden is shedding new light on his decision to reveal classified documents about the U.S. government's mass surveillance program. In 2013, Snowden disclosed government programs that collected Americans' emails, phone calls and internet activity in the name of national security. The U.S. government charged Snowden under the Espionage Act for his actions. A congressional report said his disclosures "caused tremendous damage to national security." In his new memoir, "Permanent Record," Snowden tells his story in detail for the first time and speaks about his life in exile in russia. Snowden, who now identifies himself as a privacy advocate, spoke with "CBS This Morning" in an exclusive U.S. TV interview. It's edited only for satellite delays, but not for editorial content.
In our Eye On Earth series, we're looking ahead to a landmark United Nations Climate Action Summit next week. Mark Phillips goes deep under the Florida Keys to the only undersea science lab in the world where marine biologists can live for weeks at a time, studying the effects of climate change on the ocean ecosystem.
Two former students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign are accusing a former professor of sexual, physical and emotional abuse. They filed a complaint in federal court, claiming the university is protecting Gary Xu despite numerous allegations and complaints against him. Meg Oliver sat down with one of the women, Vina Sun, who told us Xu abused her for about two years, using the fact she was an international student against her.
Boston Red Sox legend David Ortiz speaks out for the first time since a shooting in June that left him seriously wounded. Ortiz told Spanish-language network Univision he wondered if he would survive. He also made some comments in English that were shared first on "CBS This Morning." Mola Lenghi reports.
The woman accusing NFL superstar Antonio Brown of sexual assault plans to meet with league officials Monday, according to The Associated Press. Britney Taylor used to be Brown’s personal trainer. She filed a lawsuit last week, claiming he raped her. She'll meet with the NFL on the day after Brown scored his first touchdown for the New England Patriots. Jericka Duncan reports.
At least five Democrats running for president say Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh should be impeached over the latest sexual misconduct allegations from his college years. A new book on Kavanaugh mentions a previously unreported claim. President Trump and other Republicans reject the allegations. Nancy Cordes reports.
The impact of a weekend attack on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia is flashing around the world. The Trump administration blames Iran for a drone strike that damaged one of the Saudis’ most critical oil export sites. Iran calls the claim "meaningless." The Saudis say the attack cut the world's oil supply by 5%. The market price of crude oil has jumped 18% since Friday. Weijia Jiang reports.
For the first time in more than a decade, workers are staging a nationwide strike against General Motors. United Auto Workers leadership says more than 48,000 of its members are part of a work stoppage that began at midnight. The union is demanding what it calls fair wages, affordable healthcare and more job security. Dean Reynolds reports.
The Trump administration blames Iran for the strike that damaged one of Saudi Arabia's most important oil export sites. Also, more than 48,000 auto workers walk out after contract talks break down with the largest U.S. automaker. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.