The parents of Bakari Henderson, the 22-year-old American beaten to death in Greece, are sharing their pain in an interview you'll see only on "CBS This Morning." Jill and Phil Henderson tell Gayle King why their son felt more comfortable overseas than in the U.S. Watch the full interview Thursday, Aug. 23, on "CBS This Morning," which airs 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. ET/PT.
Britain's Prince Harry is denouncing the photographers who chased after Princess Diana the night she was killed. He speaks out in a new BBC documentary about the accident in Paris and the extraordinary reaction, 20 years ago next week. Harry and his brother, Prince William, appear in the documentary. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says President Trump's Afghanistan strategy may lead to something other than total victory, with the goal of getting the Taliban to the negotiating table. Afghanistan's president said an influx of U.S. troops will help enhance Afghan air power. Charlie D'Agata got the rare opportunity to watch how U.S. fighter pilots train new Afghan pilots.
First on "CBS This Morning," new video shows crews finding a World War II ship, USS Indianapolis, 72 years after it sank. The sinking of the USS Indianapolis led to one of the greatest losses of life from a single ship in U.S. Naval history. Of the 1,200-person crew, only one in five survived. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Vice Adm. Joseph Aucoin, the Navy officer in charge of the U.S. 7th Fleet, was relieved of his duties overnight after the deadly collision involving USS John S. McCain. Monday's collision is the second deadly accident in three months for the fleet, and 10 sailors are feared dead in the mishap. Ben Tracy reports.