"Anybody who knows me knows that my mother was the dominating and shaping force of my life," said "Face the Nation" host Bob Schieffer on Mother's Day, reciting a poem he wrote in 2006 about his mom's special place in his heart.
The U.S. and Germany are protesting Russia's weapons dealings with Syrian Dictator Bashar al-Assad, and the death of an American woman living in Syria has put the spotlight on her Michigan family. Charlie D'Agata reports on the deepening crisis.
After he and his family toured Goree Island, an island off the coast of Senegal that was a slave trading depot between the 15th and 19th centuries, President Obama said, as an African-American president, the visit gave him "greater motivation" in defending human rights worldwide.
A demolition crew in Fort Worth, Texas, leveled the wrong house. Norah O'Donnell reports.
As Bethany Bronson was swimming with her children, she got a huge surprise when her husband, who has been serving in Afghanistan, popped out of the water.
32-years-ago today, Prince Charles and Lady Diana were married at St. Paul's cathedral in London with roughly 3,500 guests in attendance and 750 million people watched on television. Gayle King reports.
After three decades of hit music, the husband-and-wife team of Gloria and Emilio Estefan join "CBS This Morning" to talk about their long careers in music, how they make their 35-year relationship work, and Gloria's new album The Standards.
The family of Florida man Marlon Brown released dashcam video of his death that shows a police car running him over. A grand jury decided not to indict the officer on a charge of vehicular manslaughter.
The independent group Human Rights Watch has accused Syrian rebels of committing war crimes during an August attack in the province of Latakia. Witnesses say the attackers went door to door, killing entire families, in some cases. Clarissa Ward reports on the groups that were allegedly behind the attack.
Jenny Hatch, a young woman with Down Syndrome decided to take control of her own life despite opposition from her own family. Now, her story is inspiring others seeking to live a more independent life. Don Dahler reports.
President Obama thanks the troops serving overseas and those who volunteer their time at home in his Thanksgiving weekend address.
President Obama and his daughters Malia and Sasha visited Politics and Prose, a bookstore in N.W. Washington, D.C., over Thanksgiving weekend.
Nelson Mandela was laid to rest in Qunu on Sunday. His family will observe one year of official mourning. CBS News correspondent Allen Pizzey reports.
Memorials were held to mark the 25th anniversary since a Pan Am jet was bombed in a terrorist attack in midair over Lockerbie, Scotland. All 270 passengers were killed, and investigators are still looking for answers as to how the terrorist attack happened. CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg reports.
Robert Redford's Sundance Film Festival kicks off, plus fans remember late actor Russell Johnson. Suzanne Marques has those stories and more in today's Eye on Entertainment.
After watching her grandfather and her father die from a disease that in all likelihood would also take her life, Amanda Kalinsky vowed that when she had children, they would not suffer the same fate. Doctor Holly Phillips joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss how a treatment known as PGD has given hope to many families living at the mercy of genetic disorders.