The former First Lady, then Secretary of State and now Democratic presidential candidate tells Charlie Rose about her plan to destroy ISIS, and addresses criticism she's received over past meetings with political donors.
Still feeling unfairly treated by CNN, business mogul and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has demanded that the television network, which is hosting the next GOP debate, pay him $5 million dollars if they want him to participate. The billionaire says he has no intention of keeping the money.
The success of the Paris climate summit depends largely on how seriously countries take their commitments to reduce carbon emissions. President Obama says the U.S. recognizes its role in creating the problem of global warming, and "we embrace the responsibility to do something about it." But he faces high hurdles at home in following through on the promise.
Police in Alaska say the adult son of newly-elected Juneau Mayor Stephen "Greg" Fisk called 911 and reported that he had found his father dead in his residence. Police dismiss any reports of the circumstances of Mayor Fisk's death as "speculation," and say an autopsy will determine the cause of the 70-year-old's death.
The flood of students from elite U.S. colleges into management consulting, finance and technology amounts to a misuse of human capital, researchers at the University of California have concluded. Would the country benefit if some talented young people were diverted into other fields?
Washington celebrates five entertainment legends this Sunday as part of the 38th annual Kennedy Center Honors. "CBS This Morning" will introduce you to each of the honorees being recognized for a lifetime of artistic achievement. And we start with Rita Moreno, one of only 12 performers to earn the grand slam of show business awards.