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Playboy model, boyfriend could face death penalty for doctor's murder

Playboy model, boyfriend could face death penalty for doctor's murder

Former model and her boyfriend pleaded not guilty to murder and conspiracy in the killing of a California psychiatrist in Las Vegas
Once afraid of IVs, girl invents teddy bear pouches to hide them

Once afraid of IVs, girl invents teddy bear pouches to hide them

Ella Casano, who has an autoimmune disease, created an animal pouch to hide IVs because she was "intimidated" by them. She now wants to donate it to kids in hospitals who need it
"Black Strat" played by legendary Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour heads to auction

"Black Strat" played by legendary Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour heads to auction

"CBS This Morning" got a first look at the most essential guitar from Pink Floyd's David Gilmour, who Rolling Stone calls one of the greatest guitarists of all time. Gilmour is selling more than 120
The minimum wage hasn't changed for almost 10 years, a new record

The minimum wage hasn't changed for almost 10 years, a new record

The federal baseline wage of $7.25 has lost buying power since it was established in 2009 and is worth only $6 in today's money.
Father and son in same Army unit reflect on serving together: "I'm here for you"

Father and son in same Army unit reflect on serving together: "I'm here for you"

Michael Mabry has trained thousands of paratroopers for the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division. Now, he’s jumping from aircraft with his own son Private Will Mabry. It's rare for a father and son to serve
First Mass to be held in Notre Dame since fire

First Mass to be held in Notre Dame since fire

The date marks a momentous anniversary for the cathedral
Physician exposes dangerous practice involving high-risk pregnancies at Indiana hospital

Physician exposes dangerous practice involving high-risk pregnancies at Indiana hospital

A doctor says Indiana's largest hospital engaged in dangerous practices and put pregnant women at risk. When Dr. Judy Robinson worked as a medical director at IU Health Methodist Hospital says she
Hagrid ride at Universal draws 10-hour line

Hagrid ride at Universal draws 10-hour line

Some fans said they waited even longer – but did they think it was worth it?
Oil tanker attacks highlight leverage point for Iran and "potential for conflict"

Oil tanker attacks highlight leverage point for Iran and "potential for conflict"

A third of all shipped oil travels through the region where the attacks took place
Steve Scalise on climate change: Earth's temperature "goes up and down"

Steve Scalise on climate change: Earth's temperature "goes up and down"

Two years ago House Minority Whip Steve Scalise suffered a life-threatening wound when a gunman opened fire during a practice for the congressional baseball game. His new book “Back in the Game: One
Physician exposes dangerous practice involving high-risk pregnancies

Physician exposes dangerous practice involving high-risk pregnancies

An OB-GYN blew the whistle to protect mothers and their newborns -- did profits come before the safety of patients?
Switzerland women go on strike for fairer pay, more equality

Switzerland women go on strike for fairer pay, more equality

Despite the country's wealth, Switzerland ranks 34th for women's economic opportunity, below Mongolia and Slovenia
Trump says "of course" he'd report damaging information to the FBI

Trump says "of course" he'd report damaging information to the FBI

Facing heat, the president attempted to clarify his comments on offers of foreign assistance
Eye Opener at 8: Sarah Sanders to step down

Eye Opener at 8: Sarah Sanders to step down

A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning."
Bayer, owner of Roundup, to invest $5.6 billion in new weed-killing methods

Bayer, owner of Roundup, to invest $5.6 billion in new weed-killing methods

The German company is fighting legal battles over claims that glyphosate, a Roundup ingredient, causes cancer
The disturbing, heartbreaking reality of Child Protective Services caseworkers

The disturbing, heartbreaking reality of Child Protective Services caseworkers

This April, 5-year-old AJ Freund was found dead in Illinois, and his parents were charged with murder. After Freund's death, "CBS This Morning" started looking into how something like this could
Amanda Knox "traumatized" by media firestorm surrounding her return to Italy

Amanda Knox "traumatized" by media firestorm surrounding her return to Italy

Amanda Knox is back in Italy for the first time since being acquitted of murder eight years ago. Cameras greeted the former exchange student when she arrived Thurday for a criminal justice conference.
Fighting back against robocall scammers

Fighting back against robocall scammers

According to the software company YouMail, Americans received around 4.7 billion robocalls in May alone. The unwanted calls are the agency's top consumer complaint, and they can have serious
Child Protective Services manager on the "heart work" performed by caseworkers

Child Protective Services manager on the "heart work" performed by caseworkers

"CBS This Morning" discovered that hundreds of American children known to Child Protective Services die of maltreatment every year. To learn more, CBS News' Jericka Duncan sat down with Melissa Blom,
A city's residents got free money -- here's what happened

A city's residents got free money -- here's what happened

"I wake up a lot happier," says one participant in the first government-led trial of universal basic income