Sources tell CBS News there is increased talk in the White House about ending the partial government shutdown, but not without border wall funding. As the shutdown enters day 27, it continues to take a toll on federal employees and their families. With hundreds of thousands of parents out of work or working without pay, children are now pitching in to help. Jan Crawford reports.
The mother of a former Northwestern University student is suing the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority?, which she blames for her daughter's suicide. Jordan Hankins, 19, died in January 2017. The lawsuit against the sorority alleges that hazing "caused her severe anxiety and depression," which led Hankins to take her own life. Jericka Duncan spoke to Hankins' parents who want the sorority held responsible.
It's the 27th day of the partial government shutdown. Sources tell CBS News White House officials are talking more about ending the shutdown, but our sources insist it won't happen without funding for a border wall. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is pushing President Trump to postpone his State of the Union address until the government reopens. Paula Reid reports.
ISIS claims it carried out a suicide bombing that killed four Americans and at least 12 others Wednesday in Syria. Charlie D'Agata is about 150 miles from Manbij, near one of the last ISIS strongholds. He went on patrol with Kurdish forces supported by U.S. troops who say the fight against the terrorist organization is far from over.
President Trump appears to be standing firm on his plan to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria after a deadly attack targeting Americans there. ISIS says it carried out the suicide bombing that killed four Americans and at least 12 others Wednesday. The attack shows how the terror group still has clout, in spite of Mr. Trump's claims the U.S. has "defeated" ISIS. David Martin reports.
An estimated 55 million meetings happen at workplaces across the nation every day. One study shows nine out of 10 employees admit to daydreaming during meetings. In another survey, 47 percent said having to attend too many meetings is the No. 1 time waster. Steven Rogelberg joins "CBS This Morning" to offer his advice from his new book, “The Surprising Science of Meetings: How You Can Lead Your Team to Peak Performance.”
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York is jumping into the race for president in 2020. The Democratic senator announced her candidacy Tuesday night on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert." She joins a growing list of Democratic 2020 hopefuls that is expected to include several women. Ed O’Keefe reports.