CBS News has obtained former FBI director James Comey's memos documenting his meetings and conversations with President Trump. While a lot of what Comey writes in the memos has been public, CBS News producer Rebecca Kaplan discusses what we can learn from the memos.
On the eve of 4/20, Elaine Quijano sits down with two activists pushing for more inclusion of women and minorities in the legal marijuana industry. Gia Morón, executive vice president of Women Grow, and Mary Pryor, co-creator of Cannaclusive, join "Red and Blue" to discuss how they are tackling the stigma of cannabis.
CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook followed Carol and Mike Daly for 10 years, after Carol was diagnosed with Alzheimer's and her husband took on the role of caregiver. Dr. LaPook joins CBSN to discuss his "60 Minutes" report "For Better or For Worse" and Alzheimer's in the United States.
Who is Meghan Markle? Gayle King anchors a CBS News special on the future wife of Prince Harry - the woman who went from a grade school advocate to half of a global power couple for a new era - told by those who know her best. Watch Friday, April 20 at 10 p.m. ET/PT
Prosecutors in Minnesota on Thursday closed the investigation into Prince's death, saying no criminal charges will be filed. They couldn't determine who gave the musician pills laced with fentanyl. They also released new video from inside his home. As Jamie Yuccas reports, the images can be disturbing.
Prosecutors in Minnesota say they will announce whether criminal charges will be filed in the death of Prince. The 57-year-old musician died two years ago from an accidental overdose of the painkiller fentanyl. The powerful opioid can be 50 times stronger then heroin. Jamie Yuccas reports.