A company has launched hundreds of small satellites capturing over a million photos of Earth each day for commercial use, offering unimagined possibilities and consequences. Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CBS
House Democrats have been stonewalled over the last two years when it came to subpoenas on various Trump administration dealings. But now Democrats have the majority, and Elijah Cummings plans to make the most of it
Scott Pelley reports on the developments in artificial intelligence brought about by venture capitalist Kai-Fu Lee's investments and China's effort to dominate the AI field
A social worker tried to tell him about "career alternatives" after he lost his sight, but Chris Downey wasn't about to stop being an architect
The youngest woman ever elected to Congress tells "60 Minutes" she thinks President Trump is racist and responds to criticisms she could be pushing the Democratic Party too far to the left
Abdel Fattah el-Sisi seized control of Egypt in the wake of an uprising against Mohamed Morsi's autocratic regime. Since then, Sisi's regime has imprisoned opponents and killed protesters
Marshall Medoff unveils to "60 Minutes" his innovative method of turning plant life into fuel and other useful products
The congresswoman says the president uses words "which are historic dog whistles of white supremacy"
Discarded plastic is piling up around the world and pooling in the ocean. Sharyn Alfonsi reports on the problem's deadly consequences for wildlife and what can be done to stop it
President Trump's State of the Union is now on hold. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Mr. Trump should not give his address during the partial government shutdown, and the president decided not to find another place to make that speech. Nancy Cordes reports.
As the New York senator announces her bid for president, take a look back at her February 2018 interview with Sharyn Alfonsi.
Venezuela’s president severed diplomatic relations with the U.S. after President Trump backed an opposition leader who's claimed the presidency. The standoff comes amid rising violence in the country. Seven people were killed Wednesday during massive protests demanding President Nicolas Maduro step down. Major Garrett reports.
The 21-year-old man accused of killing five people at a Florida bank is due in court Thursday. Police say Zephen Xaver opened fire inside a SunTrust branch in Sebring, nearly 100 miles south of Orlando. Mark Strassmann reports.
A licensed practical nurse, who was in charge of caring for a patient with severe disabilities, is now accused of raping her. The patient at Hacienda HealthCare in Phoenix gave birth to a baby boy nearly four weeks ago. Investigators arrested 36-year-old Nathan Sutherland Tuesday and charged him with sexual assault and vulnerable adult abuse. Carter Evans reports.
President Trump says he'll postpone Tuesday's State of the Union address until the partial government shutdown ends. The shutdown is entering day 34, and 800,000 federal workers will miss their second paycheck tomorrow. A career survey showed almost 80 percent of Americans said they live paycheck to paycheck. Ed O’Keefe reports.
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Competing bills being taken up in the Senate today are unlikely to end the government shutdown impasse
They're demanding tech companies take stronger action to protect consumers after their home security system was hijacked
A family in California is calling on tech companies to do more to protect consumers after their home security system was apparently hijacked. Laura Lyons says hackers took control of her Nest security camera and a mysterious voice warned of an incoming missile attack from North Korea. Anna Werner reports.
Only on "CBS This Morning," we're hearing from the Massachusetts attorney general who blames the founding family of a pharmaceutical company for helping create the opioid drug crisis. In a lawsuit, the state targets Purdue Pharma and eight members of the Sackler family. It alleges they are "personally responsible" for deceptively selling OxyContin. Purdue Pharma called the accusations "a rush to vilify" the drugmaker. Tony Dokoupil reports.
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