Tennessee's governor may soon decide if Cyntoia Brown will serve the rest of her life sentence for killing a man she said solicited her for sex when she was a minor. Brown was 16 years old when she shot and killed Johnny Allen. Now 30, Brown's case has drawn support from celebrities like Rihanna and LeBron James. Jericka Duncan reports.
In his new film, "First Reformed," Ethan Hawke plays a pastor whose encounter with an unstable environmental activist challenges his faith and beliefs. Hawke joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his role. He also talks about the "pure, uncomplicated pride" he had while watching his daughter, Maya Hawke, in "Little Women."
We got a close-up look at the biggest upgrade to Seattle's iconic Space Needle since it opened in 1962. The renovations started last September, and 150 construction workers have been working 20 hours a day, six days a week, to give the structure some new vertigo-inducing features. "CBS Sunday Morning's" Lee Cowan got a tour at the top of the site before its re-opening.
A study by the American Cancer Society and the National Cancer Institute shows for the first time, more women are being diagnosed with lung cancer than men. Researchers found the rates are higher in white and Hispanic women under the age of 50. Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the findings.
On Thursday lawmakers from both parties will see classified information about an FBI informant who spoke to Trump campaign advisers in 2016. Reports say the bureau was investigating a claim that one of those advisers had ties to Russia, and the president is now calling it "Spygate." Ed O’Keefe joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what we know and don't know about the FBI probe.
The adopted son of filmmaker Woody Allen is defending his father against accusations Allen sexually assaulted his adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow, three decades ago. In a lengthy blog post, Moses Farrow said he "can no longer stay silent" and his father "continues to be condemned for a crime he did not commit." Bianna Golodryga reports.
Facebook is taking new steps to have users make choices about the information they share online. It comes one day after the company released a short movie that highlights the company's effort to battle false news and misinformation. Wired editor-in-chief and CBS News contributor Nicholas Thompson, who spoke with the team of nine Facebook employees leading that fight, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what the changes will look like and how Europe's sweeping new data privacy law, which goes into effect Friday, will affect the U.S.
About 1,000 people living near Hawaii's Kilauea volcano could be forced to evacuate by helicopter, as lava flow threatens to cut off their only road access to the rest of the Big Island. Blue flames from burning methane can be seen rising from cracks in the pavement. Mark Strassmann reports from Pahoa.
The U.S. Embassy in China has issued a health alert after a consular employee apparently suffered a brain injury. The U.S. official stationed in Guangzhou reported strange sounds and sensations beginning last year. This case appears to be similar to what happened to two dozen Americans at the U.S. Embassy in Cuba. CBS News Radio's Steve Dorsey reports.