Charles Ramsey, the colorful Cleveland resident who shot to fame after helping to rescue Amanda Berry and her young child escape from a home, talks to John Kosich two years after his infamous television interview went viral.
NFL Player Devon Still's Daughter Winning Fight Against Cancer
Last June, Cincinnati Bengals player Devon Still's daughter, Leah, was diagnosed with cancer, and doctors gave her a 50/50 chance of survival. Then Still was cut from his team. But those two moments would turn out to be the start of a surprising and remarkable journey for the father and daughter team. Only on "CBS This Morning," they open up to Jim Axelrod in their first interview since news of Leah's remission.
The fiancee of the first Ebola victim in the U.S. has written a memoir due out next week. Louise Troh tells the AP she finds some comfort in the idea that Thomas Eric Duncan's illness raised awareness in the United States about Ebola.
Joyous Funeral Marches a Highlight of New Orleans Jazz Fest
Amid the music and fanfare of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival is a sight some may find surprising: a funeral procession. The uniquely New Orleans tradition known as a jazz funeral has become common at Jazz Fest.
Women Accuse Former St. Louis Hospital of Selling African American Newborns
More than a dozen women are trying to solve a heartbreaking mystery of whether a now-closed Homer G. Phillips Hospital stole their newborns and sold them. Each mother was told her baby had died after birth. Now, decades later, they have reason to demand an investigation. Vinita Nair reports on the emotional reunion fueling their suspicions.
Freeman Hrabowski: 4 Pillars of College Success in Science
At age 12, Freeman Hrabowski marched with Martin Luther King. Now he's president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), where he works to create an environment that helps under-represented students -- specifically African-American, Latino and low-income learners -- get degrees in math and science. He shares the four pillars of UMBC's approach.
Spiderman is Now Biracial, Sony Says Hero Has to Be White
On June 23, Sony and Marvel revealed that Tom Holland, a white British actor, will play Spider-Man in the next movie. A day earlier, Marvel announced that Spider-Man in the comic books will now be Miles Morales, the biracial Spider-Man of an alternate universe. Sony's racial and sexual requirements for Spider-Man are fueling reactions online.
Lyrique, a second grader at a school in Mount Dora, Florida, thinks she's playing a word game, when she soon realizes she's spelling out the phrase "Lyrique's Dad is Home." She then turns around to see dad, Air Force Sergeant Wil Alteus, ready to surprise her after returning home early from his deployment.
A promo video for Mississippi Delta church mothers who share stories about falling in love, grieving losses, fighting for education, voting acts and civil rights. They are everyday grandmothers with extraordinary stories. They are our American stories and deserved to be told.
The 'George Bush Doesn't Care About Black People' Comment
Mike Myers is proud to have been standing next to Kanye West when the rapper made his infamous "George Bush doesn't care about black people" comment. The comedian opened up about the incident during a 2005 telethon to support victims of Hurricane Katrina, in which West went off script to lambast the commander-in-chief.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on Creationism, Celebrity & Kids
"Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey" host Neil deGrasse Tyson, always provocative, sat with National Geographic News and talked about kids, the role of scientists, and the debate about teaching creationism in schools.