The actor tells "60 Minutes": "If you can't watch it, why should people pay $13.50?" See the full story, Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CBS
Adam Silver tells "60 Minutes" the access to betting information that comes with legalization will decrease the risk of athletes being compromised. Marshall University's Mike Hamrick thinks otherwise. See the full report, Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT
Since 2016, dozens of American officials have come home from Cuba and China with unexplained brain trauma. Evidence shows it may be the work of another government using a weapon that leaves no trace
Billionaire Steve Case says too much venture capitalist money goes to businesses on the coasts. So he's touring the middle of the country on a bus in search of the next big idea
Anderson Cooper reports from the country with the most multi-millionaires per square foot and no income tax
Jerome Powell tells Scott Pelley if the Fed will raise interest rates again, gives his view on whether or not President Trump can fire him and outlines the current risks to the U.S. economy
In the era of Trump, the ACLU is beefing up it's political involvement, taking cues from an organization typically thought to be on the opposite end of the political spectrum
An NIH clinical trial is ushering in a genetic revolution as an innovative type of gene therapy is used to attempt to cure sickle cell anemia. Dr. Jon LaPook reports
Lesley Stahl reports on a recent string of crashes on U.S. railroads and the delay in implementing life-saving technology that could have prevented them
A lawsuit filed on behalf of 21 kids alleges the U.S. government knowingly failed to protect them from climate change. If the plaintiffs win, it could mean massive changes for the use of fossil fuels
U.S. forces say two Americans were killed during a military operation Friday in Afghanistan. The service members are the latest casualties of the longest war in American history: 17 years, five months and 15 days. About 12,000 U.S. troops are currently stationed in Afghanistan despite drawdown orders from President Trump. Margaret Brennan reports.
How do you report on an attack that you can't see? "60 Minutes" producers say they approached it with skepticism.
President Trump upended more than five decades of U.S. policy with his call on Twitter Thursday to recognize Israel's sovereignty over the disputed territory of Golan Heights. Israel seized it from Syria in a war in 1967. Margaret Brennan reports.
Boeing said FAA approval for new safety updates to its software on its 737 Max jets could come as early as next week. After the crash of two Max jets that killed 346 people, the company announced it would now make standard an indicator light that warns pilots of a sensor malfunction that could cause its anti-stall system to activate unnecessarily. Kris Van Cleave reports.
President Trump's daughter and son-in-law face criticism over their use of private emails and text messages for government business. In a letter to the White House, House Oversight Committee chairman Elijah Cummings said the communications of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner raises security and record-keeping concerns. Paula Reid reports.
Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton of Virginia discusses the hot topics going into 2020, the scandals facing her home state's leadership, and the Mueller report on this week's edition of "The Takeout" with Major Garrett.
The special counsel has submitted his findings into potential ties between the Kremlin and Trump campaign
A prosecutor said former East Pittsburgh Police Officer Michael Rosfeld acted as "judge, jury and executioner" when he killed 17-year-old Antwon Rose II
While we don't know what the special counsel says in the report, there are regulations that provide a road map for what should happen next
A volunteer treasurer allegedly used the money to pay for dental expenses, landscaping services, parking and traffic tickets and even Barbara Streisand concert tickets
Special Counsel Robert Mueller delivered his report on the Russia investigation to the Department of Justice. Attorney General William Barr will determine how much to release to the public. CBS News' Jeff Glor anchors Special Report coverage.
With coordinated "school strikes" in more than 100 countries, young people protest inefficient policies to protect the Earth's climate for future generations
A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity
The London-based designer's projects have upended conventions across the globe
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"CBS This Morning" revealed the research vessel Petrel discovered the World War II wreckage in the South Pacific
As a single mom, Jenny Bennett did whatever she could to support her sons, who are now among the best college basketball players in the country
The race wasn't just for the medal; Thomas Panek was raising money for a good cause
His last run took three years. He expects this one will take a little longer.