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Woman seen on video leaving 2-year-old on stranger's doorstep
10/18/2018 7:19 PM
The woman carried the boy by one arm, rang the doorbell and ran back to her car
Biden says "I hope they don't" impeach Trump if Democrats retake the House
10/18/2018 3:56 PM
Former Vice President Joe Biden told "CBS This Morning" that there was not yet justification to impeach President Trump
Former USA Gymnastics CEO arrested on evidence tampering charges
10/18/2018 3:56 PM
Steve Penny, the former head of USA Gymnastics, is in custody in Tennessee for alleged evidence tampering in the Larry Nassar sexual abuse case. He was indicted by a grand jury in Texas. He is accused of ordering documents to be taken from the Karolyi Ranch. Tony Dokoupil reports.
"One Heart at a Time": Radio icon Delilah opens up to Gayle King
10/18/2018 3:50 PM
Iconic radio host Delilah, whose show draws millions of listeners every week, joins "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King in the Toyota Green Room for a conversation about her new memoir, "One Heart at a Time." In her book, she opens up about some of the challenges she faced over the years and the loss of her 18-year-old son to suicide last year.
Here's what an active shooter drill for 4th graders looks like
10/18/2018 3:07 PM
In our series, School Matters, we take a look at something that?s become a normal part of life for so many students in the U.S.: active shooter drills. Beverly Gardens Elementary School in Riverside, Ohio, began holding these drills shortly after the 2012 Sandy Hook shooting. Beverly Gardens is also one of a small number of schools nationwide that actively trains and arms some of its staff. Vladimir Duthiers shows us what an active shooter drill looks like from inside the classroom.
Filmmakers say "Making a Murderer: Part 2" wasn't originally part of the plan
10/18/2018 1:50 PM
The Emmy Award-winning documentary series, "Making a Murderer," brought international attention to a homicide case in Manitowoc County, Wisconsin. Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey are serving prison sentences for the 2005 murder of a photographer, Teresa Halbach. The 10-part series paints a picture of what some say was severe misconduct by investigators. It also raises questions about the fairness of the convictions. Part 2 picks up with Avery and Dassey's post-conviction legal fight. First on "CBS This Morning," filmmakers Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos discuss why they chose to create a second part.
Hidden cameras capture two abuse victims confronting Catholic priest
10/18/2018 1:19 PM
A former Catholic priest pleaded guility to sexual abuse charges involving two boys. David Poulson faces up to 14 years in prison for incidents that happened between 2002 and 2010. He's one of only two Pennsylvania priests to face charges since a grand jury report identified hundreds of abusive clergy. Nikki Battiste spoke with two victims who confronted another priest with hidden cameras.
Photos of suspected beer thief go viral
10/18/2018 1:10 PM
The photo of the beer theft has gone viral, and police are asking for help
Eye Opener at 8: Turkey widens probe in Khashoggi case
10/18/2018 12:47 PM
A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning." Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
Deadly flooding in central Texas catches homeowners off-guard
10/18/2018 12:21 PM
New rainfall is in the forecast for Texas, threatening hundreds more homes with devastating flooding. Several days of rain have swollen rivers and lakes to near-record levels. At least two people are dead. Mark Strassmann reports from Kingsland, Texas.
Voter suppression claims grow in hotly contested Georgia governor's race
10/18/2018 12:21 PM
Growing allegations of voter suppression are emerging in the hard-fought race for governor in Georgia. Polls show the contest between Republican Brian Kemp and Democrat Stacey Abrams is basically a dead heat. Civil rights groups are suing Kemp for putting more than 53,000 voter registration applications on hold, mostly from minority voters. On Monday, dozens of black senior citizens southeast of Atlanta were ordered off a bus bound for the polls for early voting. Nancy Cordes reports.
Undercover cameras capture abuse victims confronting priest
10/17/2018 7:59 PM
Two men who were abused as children decided to confront the priest they say is responsible. They asked CBS News to record it, to help other victims of abuse.
Caffeine jolt: Dunkin' Donuts tiny house runs on coffee power
10/17/2018 7:55 PM
Transportable home, including hot tub, runs on a biofuel blend of oil extracted from spent java grounds
Dozens sickened in Salmonella outbreak tied to raw chicken
10/17/2018 7:48 PM
At least 92 people from 29 states have become ill, the CDC says
Vietnam veteran John Canley to receive Medal of Honor
10/17/2018 7:30 PM
Retired Sgt. Major John Canley of the U.S. Marines will receive the Medal of Honor for his courage during the Vietnam War. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin joined CBSN to discuss his conversation with Canley.





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