Actress and director Penny Marshall has died. She was best known for her role in "Laverne & Shirley," but also made history with her directing career. CBS News senior national correspondent Jim Axelrod reports.
Sebastien Cotte's son is a terminally ill pediatric patient who uses marijuana for medicinal purposes. Cotte is part of a group suing the Justice Department to remove marijuana's classification as a Schedule I drug -- the same group as heroin and LSD. He joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano with his story.
President Trump's foundation will shut down amid allegations of misuse, but New York's attorney general isn't finished shaking the organization to its core. CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang reports.
Former national security adviser Michael Flynn appeared in court Tuesday expecting to be sentenced for lying to the FBI. But in a surprise development, his sentencing was delayed. CBS News Washington correspondent Paula Reid reports.
At the Mississippi School for the Deaf, basketball coach Sekoe White is pushed to inspire his players as much as he can. That's because he grew up being bullied as the only deaf player on his high school team. CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas has his story.
After tragedies like Sandy Hook and Parkland, the pressure has grown on school administrators to keep students safe. That has fueled a school-safety industry valued at nearly $3 billion. CBS News national correspondent Adriana Diaz reports.
When 11-year-old Roxli Doss was diagnosed with a rate, inoperable brain tumor, she faced it with courage. But just over two months after being diagnosed, the tumor disappeared. CBS News medical contributor Dr. Tara Narula explains.
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