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Michael Brown's Mother: 'My Son Doesn't Have a History of Violence'

NEW YORK (CBS St. Louis/AP) – The parents of Michael Brown don’t believe Ferguson officer Darren Wilson’s story that their son was the aggressor in the Aug. 709 more words


NAACP: Grand Jury Decision Not to Indict Darren Wilson a 'Brutal Injustice'

FERGUSON, Mo. (CBS St. Louis/AP) – The head of the NAACP is calling the grand jury decision not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown a “brutal injustice.” 642 more words


Hagel: ISIS A Well-Funded 'Incredibly Powerful New Threat'

WASHINGTON (AP) – Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is calling the Islamic State group “an incredibly powerful new threat.”

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Hagel says in an interview that security problems around the globe now “are far more diffuse and varied” than in the past. 113 more words


Gayle King Is Wrong: Street Harassment Is Not a Compliment

Gayle King Is Wrong: Street Harassment Is Not a Compliment

By Leslie Maxwell

By now you’ve likely seen the video released recently by Hollaback!, a campaign to end street harassment, in which a woman walking around New York is harassed more than 100 times over a 10-hour period. 779 more words


'CBS This Morning' To Test Red-Carpet Interviews In Primetime

With its reputation as a morning show focused on hard news, “CBS This Morning” might seem an unlikely candidate to take to CBS’ Friday-night broadcast of the Hollywood Film Awards, And yet, Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell will be present at the event in the hopes of asking the celebrity winners something more serious than which designer’s clothes they chose. 654 more words


CBS's Jeff Glor Has A Hilarious Reaction To Neil deGrasse Tyson's Explanation Of Wormholes

People were so interested and amused by Neil deGrasse Tyson’s criticism of Interstellar on Twitter that the gang at CBS This Morning had the world famous astrophysicist… 120 more words


"Expect several days of pretty miserable weather" - Michio Kaku

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“CBS News science contributor and City University of New York physics professor Michio Kaku joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the science behind the coming Arctic blast.” 172 more words

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