- Dog of murdered PA man helps detectives solve caseon 15 Novembre 2019 at 16:21
There are new details about the murder of a Pennsylvania man who predicted his own death. In 2012, Frank Spencer was shot and killed in his home, just weeks after signing divorce papers. His ex-wife was immediately suspected, but detectives needed more to make an arrest. As they gathered proof, they got help from Frank's dog, Mutley. Peter Van Sant joins "CBS This Morning" to preview his "48 Hours" report, which airs Saturday, Nov. 16 at 10/9c on CBS.
- Inside Andrew Yang's plan to give every American $1,000on 15 Novembre 2019 at 16:17
Yang's signature policy proposal, the "Freedom Dividend," is a plan to provide what's called a universal basic income (UBI) of $1,000 a month to every American
- Astrologer Chani Nicholas on why what she does workson 15 Novembre 2019 at 16:10
Nicholas said she doesn’t know why astrology works, but she knows it does. She explains why and how it’s okay to be skeptical in an interview with CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers.
- Despite lawsuits, RNC will hold winter meetings at a Trump hotelon 15 Novembre 2019 at 16:02
Mr. Trump is accused of illegally profiting off the presidency
- CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers gets his birth chart readon 15 Novembre 2019 at 16:01
Astrologer Chani Nicholas gives CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers a detailed birth chart reading.
- Disparity in home lending costs minorities millionson 15 Novembre 2019 at 15:59
Researchers found that blacks and Latinos face higher mortgage costs — and tech is no panacea
- Apple removes all vaping and e-cigs apps, citing health riskson 15 Novembre 2019 at 15:28
Tech giant alludes to rash of deaths and lung injuries in moving to delete nearly 200 apps from its online store
- Read: Summary of earlier Trump-Zelensky call releasedon 15 Novembre 2019 at 15:20
The phone call does not mention the president expressing his commitment to rooting out corruption and supporting Ukraine's territory, like an earlier readout said the president did
- Millennials turning to astrology to combat stresson 15 Novembre 2019 at 15:08
The seemingly esoteric practice has become more accessible thanks to apps and of course social media. And living in a time that can feel a bit uncertain, many millennials are looking to the stars
- A dog crashed wedding and helped solve his master's murderon 15 Novembre 2019 at 15:05
"We've had dogs that have been part of the bridal party. But this was completely unique," wedding venue owner said
- Millennials turning to astrology to combat stresson 15 Novembre 2019 at 14:36
Astrology is booming in popularity, especially among millennials. The generation that grew up online is now turning to the ancient practice. Websites and apps like Astrology Zone, AstroStyle and Co-Star are catering to a desire for self knowledge and guidance. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
- "Mobituaries": Thomas Paine and the death of a forgotten founding fatheron 15 Novembre 2019 at 14:31
Mo Rocca pulls out all the stops to honor the Revolutionary author whose pamphlets lit the fuse for American independence but who remains little-remembered today
- "Mobituaries": "Drink to Thomas Paine!"on 15 Novembre 2019 at 14:30
Alexander Hamilton isn't the only American Revolutionary figure to be feted by Broadway composers. As a special treat in his podcast "Mobituaries," Mo Rocca enlisted Tony-nominees Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin to pen a drinking song, "Drink to Thomas Paine!," which was performed at the New York City piano bar Marie’s Crisis, which stands on the very site of Paine's death in 1809. To hear the episode on the life and death of Thomas Paine, go to art19.com.
- Will Colin Kaepernick play in the NFL again?on 15 Novembre 2019 at 14:20
Quarterback Colin Kaepernick will work out in front of NFL teams Saturday for the first time since he last played professional football nearly three years ago. Since the end of the 2016 season, when Kaepernick began kneeling during the national anthem to protest racial injustice against black Americans, no team has offered him a contract. CBS sports anchor James Brown joins “CBS This Morning” after speaking with the NFL commissioner about the workout.
- Google's collection of medical records sparks privacy concernson 15 Novembre 2019 at 14:19
The apparent whistleblower who revealed Google is collecting medical records from about 50 million Americans said “Project Nightingale” raised red flags, including a security risk of “placing medical data in the digital cloud.” Google said it’s using the information to improve health care and reduce medical costs, under strict privacy and security standards. Wired Editor-in-Chief Nick Thomson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the privacy and security concerns.