Former Acting U.S. Secretary of Labor Seth Harris weighs in on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s push for universal basic income, and President Trump’s budget.
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American Action Forum President Doug Holtz-Eakin weighs in on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s call for universal basic income.
Payment processing company WorldPay wants to bring its services to VR.
Early-year economic growth revised upward; insurers continue to abandon Obamacare marketplace; Trump wants to cut German car imports. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
Tech companies like Facebook, Google, and Amazon want to change laws that allow the government to monitor web data of non-citizens.
Remember the blue screen of death? It's kind of like that.
A Paris school is using a bot that tracks your face, eyes and phone for signs of boredom.
President Trump is considering options to restructure the White House's communications department after he returns from his first foreign trip. CBS News political analyst Jamelle Bouie explains on CBSN.
CBS News' Margaret Brennan is traveling with the president, and reports on his first G7 summit in Sicily.
He gave the 2017 commencement speech at Harvard.
Sphero's driving, talking replica of Disney's Cars 3 hero feels animatronically real.
Welcome home, sinner.
Jeff Sica of Circle Squared Investments on Google and Amazon's race to $1,000 per share.
Why missing children reports arrive on your phone by default
The Oculus Rift now fully supports room-scale VR for tracking your stumbling, flailing body.
A US official says it's likely the suicide bomber in Manchester, England, traveled to Syria and trained with ISIS. CNN's Atika Shubert reports
From a suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in England to President Trump's first overseas trip while in office, take a look back at the week that was on "CBS This Morning."
The highly-anticipated movie, "Wonder Woman" opens in theaters next week, competing for box office dollars against movies like "Baywatch" and the latest "Pirates of the Caribbean," which both open Friday. Vanity Fair West Coast editor Krista Smith joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss more upcoming summer releases.
Around 26 million Americans find themselves sneezing and wheezing every year due to seasonal allergies. We spent $2.7 billion on non-prescription allergy remedies last year alone. Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how allergies work and what might be causing an increase in allergy-sufferers.
In the wake of a deadly bombing at a Manchester, England concert this week, concerns are being raised about the terror threat in the U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the threats, leaking of key intelligence from the Manchester investigation, and the potential for an expanded laptop ban on flights.
His views on climate change may differ from his winemaker’s at Moraga estate, but Murdoch appears bitten by viticulture bug
Bullet (thinking) time hit 'Superhot VR' is now out on HTC Vive.
Today's major tech headlines include T-Mobile's launch of Digits, Lyft and Uber's return to Austin and a new archive feature hitting Google Photos.
The Ramsey Group's Chris Hogan on the steps to boosting your retirement savings, a recent survey on Millennials' lack of funds for a down payment on a home and the risks of expecting an inheritance from your parents.
Former Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee on President Trump's overseas trip and reports of a potential White House shakeup.
A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning." Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
Facebook has grown to more than 1.9 billion users since CEO Mark Zuckerberg launched the company from his dorm room in 2004. Reuters reports that the world's biggest social media company has signed deals with entertainment sites like BuzzFeed for its upcoming original video service. Nicholas Thompson, editor-in-chief of Wired, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Facebook's future.
The family of an Arkansas man is suing the jail he died in, claiming he was denied adequate medical care. A video appears to show Michael Sabbie, who died in 2015, breathing heavily and in weak condition as he was taken back to his cell. Omar Villafranca reports.
The Everglades is the largest wetland of its kind in North America, but it's been under assault for generations by residential development, water diversion and pesticide runoff. Now, a massive proposal is one step closer to putting more fresh water back into the ecosystem. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
Spoiler alert: We'll take you inside every nook and cranny of California Adventure's Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout. Get ready to scream!
Kodak is selling the Ektra phone for $400 in the US.
CBS News chief Washington correspondent and "Face the Nation" moderator John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss the FBI's Russia probe, reports of President Trump shaking up his communications team, and how his first trip overseas in office is going.
The new teaser for Netflix's "Castlevania" series plays up its video game origins. Video provided by Newsy
Republican Greg Gianforte won the special election to fill Montana's only congressional seat. His victory comes after he was charged with assault after "body slamming" a reporter on election eve. Gianforte captured more than 50 percent of the vote. Barry Petersen reports.
President Trump is in Italy for meetings with leaders of the world's biggest economies. The Group of Seven are discussing trade, terrorism and security. Margaret Brennan reports.
Republican Greg Gianforte wins Montana's special House election, one day after being charged for assaulting a reporter. Also, President Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, is under FBI scrutiny as the Russia investigation reaches into the White House. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
Google co-founder is building airship designed to be able to deliver supplies and food on humanitarian missions to remote locations, sources said
From past revolutions to current events, Rowan Slaney brings you three podcasts to try this week
A remade 'Monster Hunter' is coming to the Switch. More details are coming in a few days!
The case of a Montana congressional candidate accused of body-slamming a reporter is being blamed by some media watchers on a wave of hostility toward journalists that President Donald Trump helped generate.
Motorola Support's Twitter account says Android Wear 2.0 could've started rolling out to some second-gen Moto 360s yesterday.
The U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a lower court's decision on Thursday to block President Trump's travel ban; former Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler has worked with both Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and newly-appointed special counsel Robert Mueller.
Talking to TeslaBot's virtual assistant Elon can adjust features without Tesla's mobile app.
The company that created 'The Oregon Trail' and 'Word Munchers' is getting its own exhibit at the National Museum of Play.
Cloak and Dagger attacks can let hackers control your phone, even while the screen is off.
Keybase's encrypted chat app lets you send secure messages using just a social media profile.
Amazon's first drive-through grocery store opens in Seattle
About the death of DNC staffer Seth Rich, who was murdered in 2016.
Former U.S. Ambassador to NATO Nicholas Burns on President Trump asking NATO allies to pay more of their GDP for defense spending.
For 25 years, Lawanda Flennoy worked full-time to raise her three daughters, so finally earning an associate degree this month was especially sweet. But the best part is that her children and her granddaughter are all graduating from school too. Dean Reynolds reports.
You're either going to be giddy or not impressed at all with the new iPhone 8 dummy video. Plus: The future of the Apple Watch is micro-LED and our Injustice 2 giveaway winners!
El Centro de Ciencias de la Atmósfera recomendó soluciones a corto plazo en las que tienen que intervenir los tres niveles de gobierno
Greg Gianforte, the GOP candidate for a special U.S. House election, has been charged with misdemeanor assault after allegedly body-slamming a newspaper reporter Wednesday evening. Thursday, the day of the vote, he lost endorsements from leading newspapers in Montana. Barry Petersen reports.
Vadim Kolosov, who is originally from Russia, was shopping in Pasadena when he came across a pair of shorts displaying a swastika
The United Kingdom held a moment of silence Thursday to honor the victims of Monday night's terror attack in Manchester. Queen Elizabeth also visited the hospital where the wounded are recovering. Mark Phillips reports.
Su fama se debe a la técnica celosamente guardada por pobladores de Trancoso, Zacatecas
President Trump publicly berated allies at the NATO summit for not paying their share for defense. The chief of the alliance complained that Mr. Trump isn't worried enough about Russia. Major Garrett reports from Brussels.
Every app needs stickers, even a note-taking app.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave the commencement address at Harvard University this year. Watch an excerpt of his speech here.
Jamias Howard, a 19-year-old senior, never thought he was going to graduate from Griffin High School in Georgia. But then he met Kimberly Wimbish, a special education teacher at the school, and she changed his life.
Seventeen sailors killed in a terrorist attack, a Navy contractor who wanted to sell secrets, and two hackers who stole 200,000 U.S. military personal records -- the cases that haunt NCIS. Watch Tuesday, May 30 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS
Marty O'Connor was paralyzed from the neck down after falling down a flight of stairs in 2012. When he decided to go back to school three years later, his mom Judy attended every single class with him to help with notes and tests. On Saturday, Marty and Chapman University planned a touching surprise.
Leaked specs suggest it’s sportier and quicker than other affordable EVs.
Delaware State Police spokesman Cpl. Jeffrey Hale gives an update about a medical helicopter that crashed behind a postal facility in a Delaware industrial park killing the 37-year-old pilot.
The private space race took a leap forward today with the successful launch of Rocket Lab's Electron rocket, the first from a private pad. The company plans to send small satellites into space on a 72-hour rotation.
Don't let a cyberattack like WannaCry cripple your unsupported computer. Check out these safer low-cost options.
Today's discounts include a Sony PSVR and DJI Phantom 4 drone.
"Modern Family" start Sarah Hyland hits back against body shamers on social media, and "Survivor" crowns a winner. ET Online reporter Denny Directo joins CBSN to discuss these and other entertainment headlines.
Despite a rumor that the latest 'Pirates' movie had been stolen, nothing has happened.
Facebook CEO challenges his fellow millennials to do big things not just to create progress, but for purpose