Michael Hall won a 2014 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics and Life Sciences for the discovery of Target of Rapamycin (TOR) and its role in cell growth control. He discusses the prize and the intention behind it.
The National Security Agency gave "60 Minutes" unprecedented access. Gen. Keith Alexander, director of the agency, said he wants to set the record straight about what the NSA is really learning from Americans’ phone conversations.
More states are legalizing medical marijuana but Dr. Margaret Haney, director of the Marijuana Research Laboratory at Columbia University, tells CBS News’ Kera Rennert that scientific evidence for the drug’s medical benefits is lacking.
A surveillance camera at a Brooklyn apartment building captured a suspected thief twerking outside. The woman is believed to be a lookout for a partner who was inside stealing items from packages that had been delivered to the building. No Audio.
Facebook chairman and chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg discusses how scientists have historically been held as role models and how he’s hoping to bring that view back to popular culture.
Captain Paul Watson is a controversial environmental activist and star of the reality show "Whale Wars." Watson joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss putting his crew and himself at risk to protect whales around the world.
Doctors say men may want to improve their diet before starting a family, and one of the most common prescriptions in the U.S. may come with an unexpected side effect. Vinita Nair reports.
For people who don’t like to deal with waiters, some restaurants are adopting a new technology that could transform the way we eat out. Adam Rapoport, editor-in-chief of Bon Appetit, talks about the future of ordering with the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts.
If you want to pay less in taxes, act fast. CBS MoneyWatch’s Ray Martin describes several financial moves you can make before 2013 is over that will lower the amount you owe next April, including taking advantage of some tax breaks that will soon expire.
A therapy dog lounge has been set up on the Southeast Community College campus in Lincoln, Nebraska to help students de-stress before their final exams. KOLN’s Andrea Flores reports.