As Bell makes an arrest in the case of a dead ballerina, Watson finds out how far Sherlock will go to find the truth.
Twitter is worth $8 billion less than it was in its earning report on Wednesday. CBS News contributor and analyst Mellody Hobson joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to explain the 24 percent decline.
"CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of the day's headlines from around the globe.
On Thursday, family and friends attended Philip Seymour Hoffman's wake. A private funeral will be held Friday in New York City. Norah O'Donnell reports.
Leading into the the Olympics in Sochi, the U.S. two-man bobsled, luge and skeleton teams worked with world-renowned engineers to overhaul their equipment, hoping the high-tech tune ups will help snap long losing streaks. Danielle Elliot reports.
Before engineers could overhaul Team USA's luge, skeleton and two-man bobsled, they had to understand the unique challenges that come with driving on ice. Danielle Elliot reports.
If you don’t have a front-row seat to the Winter Olympics, mobile apps can keep you in the loop. CBSNews****’s technology editor Chenda Ngak rounds up some great apps for following the Games.
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos, including a 15-month-old experiencing rain for the first time, personal injury lawyer Jamie Casino's epic Super Bowl XLVIII commercial and a beagle trying hard to get a water bottle. Plus, 4-year-old Jackson gets emotional listening to A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera's song “Say Something.”
More than 350,000 homes and businesses in Pennsylvania and Maryland are still without electricity two days after freezing rain and sleet toppled trees across the region. CBS News' Terrell Brown reports from Jenkintown, Pa.
Just one week after House Speaker John Boehner unveiled his road map for immigration reform, he announced it was in trouble because his Republican members do not trust President Obama. CBS News Congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes reports.
Some much needed snow and rain is on its way to the West Coast. Also, another storm is brewing for the Midwest and North East this weekend. WBBM meteorologist Megan Glaros tracks the latest on the weekend's weather.
The Labor Department reports weak job growth for January. Also, Charles Schwab is moving about 1,000 jobs out of San Francisco. Marlie Hall reports on that and the day's top financial stories.
There’s more evidence of the growing diabetes epidemic and scientists try to pinpoint the best treatment for breast cancer patients. Alison Harmelin has the day’s top health stories.
Vice President Joe Biden is drawing attention for what he said about one of the nation's biggest airports. Jeff Pegues reports.
Craig's monologue topics include: Jay Leno's last show and where he may end up, the premiere of the Lego Movie, enjoying movies with baby goats, and Geoff tries to beat up Craig!
A rare snowstorm left a foot of snow in Portland, Oregon Thursday. More snow is expected Friday. Charlie Rose reports.
Jason DeRulo blew the roof of the stage with his performance of "Talk Dirty!"
Jason DeRulo is releasing a video of celebrities singing the lyrics to his song "Talk Dirty." Arsenio couldn't resist getting in on the action -- along with his audience!