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)
Alabama Lynching Memorial to Confront U.S. History of Slavery
A new museum and memorial in Montgomery, Alabama, is expected to open in 2017 for America to confront its history of slavery. The Memorial to Peace and Justice would be the biggest and most comprehensive memorial for the thousands of people who were lynched. (CBS This Morning)
Colin Powell is pushing back on reports suggesting that he might have given Hillary Clinton the idea to use a private email account as Secretary of State, telling media outlets that "her people are trying to pin it on me." (CNN)
Boosie Donates Clothes & Hygiene Kits to Louisiana Flood Victims
The Red Cross called the recent flooding in Louisiana "the worst to hit the U.S. since Superstorm Sandy" and Boosie Badazz has stepped up to help. The Baton Rouge native and his brother/manager Taquari "TQ" Hatch gathered up thousands of clothing items and hygiene kits to donate to get basic essentials to the victims of the floods who have lost their homes and personal items in the wake of the devastating disaster. (Complex News)
AT&T, the nation's second-largest wireless carrier, announced a $85 billion merger with Time Warner on Saturday. The deal would give AT&T control of Time Warner's media portfolio that includes Warner Bros. studio, HBO, CNN and TNT. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins "CBS This Morning" from San Francisco to discuss the impact of the year's biggest corporate deal. (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)