For nearly 20 years, Missy Peregrym has played strong female characters on TV and in movies. The actress' latest role brings her to New York to play special agent Maggie Bell in the new CBS drama "FBI." Peregrym joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the new series and how this role differs from others she's had before.
The sexual assault accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh started a national conversation about the reliability of past memories. Two women have come forward to accuse Kavanaugh of sexual assault and misconduct, but he has denied all allegations. Dr. Ted Huey, a professor of psychiatry and neurology at Columbia University, joins "CBS This Morning" to explain how trauma impacts our memory.
In our series, School Matters, we take you to an unlikey hot bed of high-tech education: Wilder, Idaho, with a population of about 1,700. The school district in this tiny farm town is one of only a handful across the country to personalize how kids learn. It uses tech tools in the whole district. John Blackstone reports.
The Department of Homeland Security is pressing Congress for more powers to stop malicious drones that could threaten the United States. Intelligence officials are increasingly concerned about the use of drones by terrorists and drug cartels. Only on "CBS This Morning," Jeff Pegues got rare access to drones in action at a Customs and Border Protection facility in Tucson, Arizona.
Two Washington state troopers filed $1 million lawsuits against the state patrol, alleging the department knowingly exposed them to carbon monoxide in police versions of Ford Explorers. Ford says the leaks are the result of third-party alterations to the Explorers, but a letter from the state's department of labor says the exhaust issues are related to the vehicles themselves.
A judge is expected to sentence Bill Cosby Tuesday for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman at his home in Pennsylvania. Cosby faces up to 10 years in prison after his three assault convictions were merged into one in court Monday. More than 60 women accuse him of sexual misconduct. Jericka Duncan reports.
Pennsylvania lawmakers are expected to vote Tuesday on sweeping legislation to give child sexual abuse victims more time to seek justice for crimes committed against them. On Monday night, dozens of survivors traveled to the state capitol to urge legislators to pass the measure. Nikki Battiste reports.