Out of 36,000 NYPD officers, there are about 1,000 Muslim officers. Jamiel Altaheri is one of them. But it's not on the streets where he faces his biggest challenge. Michelle Miller reports. (CBS This Morning)
Charles Barkley: Without Cops, Ferguson Would Be 'Wild, Wild West'
Shortly after the Ferguson grand jury decision was announced last week, Charles Barkley went on Philadelphia's 97.5 Fanatic radio station with host Mike Missanelli, where he shared his reaction to the decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown.
Fusion presents: The Iowa Brown & Black Presidential Forum
On Monday, January 11, 2016, Fusion will broadcast the Iowa Brown & Black Presidential Forum-the oldest minority-focused presidential forum in the nation-live from Des Moines. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former Gov. Martin O'Malley, and Sen. Bernie Sanders have all confirmed their participation. The event will also be live-streamed on fusion.net and YouTube. (Fusion)
The FBI released video of the shooting death of a spokesman for the armed occupiers of a wildlife refuge. It appears to show Robert LaVoy Finicum reaching into his jacket before he fell. The FBI said the man had a loaded gun in his pocket. (Associated Press)
Ninety-four out of 97 Detroit Public Schools are closed Monday because instructors called in sick, school district spokeswoman Michelle A. Zdrodowski said. The so-called sickout came after teachers found out they would not be paid for two months of work (CNN).
Eight years to the day after conceding to Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton is finally shattering what she called the "highest, hardest glass ceiling," embracing her place in history as the first female nominee of a major U.S. political party. (Associated Press)
The Ku Klux Klan is trying to raise its hooded head 150 years after it was founded following the Civil War. Issues important to the Klan are coming to the political forefront as the presidential election looms. Warning: images of burning cross. (Associated Press)
Rukmini Callimachi, correspondent for The New York Times, talks with Rachel Maddow about ISIS supporters cheering the deadly attack in Nice, France as the terror group has yet to claim credit for the attack, and how ISIS has encouraged supporters in the West to commit acts of terror with whatever means are available, including vehicles. (MSNBC)
Florida Zika case my be first from mosquito inside U.S.
Florida health officials are investigating what may be the first transmission of the Zika virus from a mosquito in the U.S. The patient does not appear to have traveled to a region with an outbreak of the virus. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the Miami case. (CBS This Morning)
Baltimore Mayor On Freddie Gray Prosecutor Dropping Charges | MSNBC
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake discusses the decision for all remaining charges to be dropped in the Freddie Gray case, as well as her conducting of the historic roll call to nominate Hillary Clinton at the DNC. (MSNBC)
Military Mom Booed At Mike Pence Rally Speaks Out | Andrea Mitchell | MSNBC
Catherine Byrne, the Air Force mother who was booed when confronting Mike Pence over Donald Trump's comments on the Khan family, explains whether she still supports the Republican nominee. She also responds to how the crowd reacted and whether she was satisfied with Mike Pence's answer. (MSNBC)