Denver Police Officer Seen Tripping Pregnant Woman, Repeatedly Punching Suspect's Face
News200x wrote: DENVER - Video taken by a witness during an arrest shows a Denver police officer punching a suspect in the face six times and then tripping the man's girlfriend who is seven-and-a-half months pregnant, causing her to land on her belly and face.
Surveillance Video Shows Cleveland Police Officer Shoot 12 Year Old
Cleveland police have released surveillance video showing 12 year old Tamir Rice being shot by an officer who has just exited a moving patrol car. Rice was alleged to have 'brandished' a bb gun. The video clearly shows the car had just stopped moving when the boy was shot. There is no audio on the video. This version was played at a news conference.
Flights Canceled, Highways Clogged Due to Winter Storm
Airlines have canceled over 200 flights and delayed more than 200 others. Most of the major airports in the Northeast are affected by a winter storm. Vicente Arenas reports from New York's LaGuardia Airport.
Michael Brown's Parents on Grand Jury Decision, Violence in Ferguson
Michael Brown Sr. and Lesley McSpadden, the parents of Michael Brown Jr., and their attorney Benjamin Crump join "CBS This Morning" to discuss their reaction to the grand jury's decision and the violent aftermath in Ferguson. In this emotional interview, they also comment on officer Darren Wilson's version of events and the American justice system.
Small Businesses Left in Ruins by Ferguson Looters
Business owners in Ferguson hope to clean up after two nights of unrest. At least a dozen commercial buildings burned to the ground. Others were looted. Vladimir Duthier reports on how business owners bore the brunt of the outrage on the streets of Ferguson.
Attorney Benjamin Crump, who is representing the family of the late Michael Brown, said Tuesday that he believes documents from grand jury testimony show that Officer Darren Wilson who admits shooting the teen "indicted himself."
Several groups in Baltimore are preparing to protest the Ferguson grand jury's decision on Officer Darren Wilson. Kai Reed has more on concerns about the decision from protesters and how city police and leaders say they're prepared.
NAACP President on Grand Jury Decision: 'Salt in the Wound of a Brutal Injustice'
Violent reactions in Ferguson is a blow for organizations that called for peaceful protests. Cornell William Brooks, NAACP President and CEO, joins "CBS This Morning" from Ferguson to discuss the grand jury decision in the shooting death of Michael Brown.