Florida voters are lining up to cast their ballots in what is one of the most important battleground states of every election, as early voting begins in several counties. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
A 62-year-old man who has been fighting for his freedom for decades is now facing a new hurdle — a coronavirus outbreak at his prison. Crosley Green’s murder conviction was overturned in 2018, and his attorneys have filed an emergency motion for his release. Erin Moriarty reports on the case, […]
President Trump apparently is halting his plan to shut down the popular video app TikTok in the U.S. The Reuters News Agency reports that the president will give the Chinese-owned platform 45 days to sell its U.S. operations to Microsoft. TikTok claims to have 100 million American users. Weijia Jiang […]
By Jack Barnes Dear Ms. Redstone and Members of the Board of the CBS Corporation: This is your moment. A cascade of women’s voices has changed the rules. The old playbook no longer applies. As one of the world’s most powerful companies, you have a choice. You can cling to […]
Meek Mill By Jack Barnes Rapper Meek Mill is pushing for criminal justice reform after his own controversial legal troubles. Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court ordered Mill to be released from prison on bail two weeks ago. Back in November, a judge ordered him to serve up to four years for violating […]
Octavia Spencer By Jack Barnes Octavia Spencer now stars in the new movie, “The Shape of Water,” a fairytale set in the 1960s in which a mute woman falls in love with a creature held captive in a government lab. Spencer joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss what it was like to […]
Ice Cube By Jack Barnes O’Shea Jackson, better known as Ice Cube, broke out from N.W.A as a solo artist in 1990. He has sold more than 10 million albums worldwide with his socially-conscious lyrics and cultural commentary. His latest project is “Hip Hop Squares,” a reboot of the classic […]