Gayle King asks Instagram's CEO: Are you listening to my private conversations?
In a wide-ranging interview with Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri that will air Tuesday and Wednesday, "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King wanted to know: Why does she see ads for products she hasn't searched for? Watch a preview here.
South Carolina voters say health care, economy and faith among issues 2020 candidates should discuss
The House and Senate Have Separate Plans for Border Aid. Here’s What’s Different.
Both chambers have put forward their own versions of legislation that would allocate $4.5 billion and fulfill the Trump administration’s request for funds.
Missouri’s last abortion clinic is running out of time after judge’s latest ruling
An independent state agency could soon decide whether Missouri becomes the first state in more than 40 years without access to abortion.
A report that detailed up to $1 billion in wasted federal funds on bad charter schools may have underestimated the problem
NASA's Curiosity rover detects methane spike on Mars, intriguing scientists
NASA's Curiosity rover has detected methane on Mars several times since landing in 2012, but last week, it measured the highest level yet: 21 parts per billion. This is an "unusually high" level of the odorless, colorless gas, but NASA cautioned that while methane is produced by living organisms, this is not absolute proof of life on Mars, now or ever. "While increased methane levels measured b...
Former Taliban and Somali pirate prisoners point out that unlike migrant children, they got toothpaste and soap
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Mark Hamill, and other celebrities are staging a play about the Mueller report. John Kerry is very excited
Office of Special Counsel head to criticize Kellyanne Conway's 'inappropriate' and 'unlawful' behavior before Congress
Missing Connecticut mom Jennifer Dulos' family, friends, deny her case is a 'Gone Girl' disappearance
John's Crazy Socks co-founder becomes 1st person with Down syndrome to win major entrepreneurs' award
Exclusive: Lawyer Norm Pattis says client Fotis Dulos' estranged and missing wife has a 'troubled past'
John's Crazy Socks co-founder becomes first person with down syndrome to win EY Entrepreneur of the Year award
Denver man accused of wife's murder can use her life insurance to pay for defense
A Denver man accused of killing his wife can use more than $500,000 received from her life insurance policy to pay for the lawyers defending him against the murder charge, Colorado’s highest court ruled on Monday.
The Latest: Official: 4 Texas victims died of heat exposure
Authorities say four people, including three children, found dead in South Texas near the border with Mexico likely died of dehydration and heat exposure after crossing the Rio Grande into the country