Lois Lerner, the head of the tax-exempt organizations division is placed on leave after scandal. Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, says she was asked to resign, but refused. Ken Corbin has been named to take over her department. Gayle King reports.
Professional skier Erik Roner jumped off an 800-feet-high cliff in British Columbia by way of a snowmobile to honor an old friend. Gayle King reports.
Severe storms swept through the Midwest Sunday. Tornadoes touched down in at least three states. Chris Chittick, Extreme Storm Chaser for TornadoHunter.com, joined Up to the Minute to talk about the weather he experienced.
The number of Lyme disease cases have tripled in the past 20 years. Dr. Holly Phillips discusses why the number of cases has skyrocketed, how the disease is transmitted via ticks, and what myths and realities persist about the insects and the disease.
Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial kickoff to summer and this year's may be the most important ever for the New Jersey shore, which is rebuilding after Superstorm Sandy. WCBS reporter Kathryn Brown reports from Seaside Heights.
A slow-moving storm is leaving roads in New York and New Jersey under water. Gayle King reports.
Queen Elizabeth delivered a speech at one of London's most lavish affairs, the state opening of Parliament. Mark Phillips reports.
Smoke poured out of a British Airways flight, forcing it to make an emergency landing. Also, a bridge in Washington State collapsed and closed one of the nation's biggest highways. A look at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning."
Bryan Walsh, senior editor at Time magazine who writes about energy and the environment, talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the 2013 hurricane season and how concerned people should be about the forecast.
From the deadly tornado that tore through Moore, Okla., to the gruesome murder of a London soldier - a look back at the week that was on "CBS This Morning."
The Boy Scouts national council vote to accept openly gay boys has drawn criticism from conservatives who say the decision is not compatible with the organization's values and will prompt a "mass exodus." Also, gay rights groups say they're going to work to eliminate a ban on adult gay leaders. CBS News' Manuel Bojorquez reports.
A holiday travel mess has ensued after a bridge in Washington State collapsed and closed one of the nation's biggest highways. Plus, a new warning about this year's hurricane season. Also, a woman who reunited with her dog after the Oklahoma tornado gives an update. All that, and all that mattered, in today's "Eye Opener."
"CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of the day's headlines from around the globe.
Juan Zarate, CBS News Senior National Security Analyst, joins UTTM to discuss President Obama's speech on terrorism.
American pianist and vocalist Liberace explains his flamboyant style to Charlie Rose in a 1985 "Nightwatch" interview.