How Deeply Rooted Biases Affect How Police Enforce the Law
In some communities, the long-tense relationships between law enforcement and minority communities are suddenly very public and very hard to ignore. Special correspondent Jackie Judd reports from Oakland on efforts to improve relations, using research from Stanford University on the deep and often hidden biases on race and inequality.
The Harlem Globetrotters have a talent for putting smiles on people's faces and they found a way to do that with a Bronx family this holiday season. 1010 WINS' John Montone is on the move with the players as they spread a little holiday cheer.
Many Voices Video Campaign: Rev. Reggie Longcrier on Opening Church Doors to Everyone
Rev. Reggie Longcrier, a straight-identified pastor at Exodus Missionary Outreach Church in Hickory, North Carolina, speaks about his commitment to ensuring that every person who passes through the doors of his church feels safe and welcome.
The 14th annual list of top trending searches is out, with the late Robin Williams coming in at number one. Google "technologist" Daniel Sieberg joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what people searched the most.
Singer Al Green on Faith, Music and Potential New Album
One of the great soul singers of his time, the Rev. Al Green's career has taken him from gospel to R&B and back, winning him the 11 Grammy Awards that decorate his church office in Memphis. He was one of the Kennedy Center Honorees this year, representing the best in American arts and culture.
Girls Who Code: Teaching Computer Programming to Young Women
Women represent 12 percent of all computer science graduates, a drop from 37 percent in 1984. Jericka Duncan reports on Reshma Saujani's mission to change those numbers and get more than a million girls to code over the next 10 years.
James Young: DIY Tips to Deck Out Your Kitchen for the Holidays
James Young, a DIY expert, licensed electrician and contactor, offers tips to help spruce up your kitchen for the holidays and electrical tips to keep your family safe during the winter months. Young also talks about how he is giving back with Walmart this holiday season and how you can get involved in the Food Pantry Holiday Makeover campaign at Walmart.com/holidaymakeover.
Healthcare professionals working to fight the Ebola epidemic are the most influential people of 2014, according to Time magazine. This outbreak of Ebola, a deadly disease with no known cure, has killed more than 7,000 people since it began earlier this year, hitting Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea the hardest.