President Trump delivered a speech at the FBI National Academy graduation ceremony, and told law enforcement officers he has their back "100 pecent." He also said criminals who kill police should receive the death penalty. Watch his remarks.
Washington Post associate editor Bob Woodward, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist well-known for his coverage of the Watergate scandal with Carl Bernstein, joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss the latest political news.
President Trump called Russia's president Thursday to say thank you. They spoke after Vladimir Putin's year-end news conference where the White House says he acknowledged "America's strong economic performance." Elizabeth Palmer reports.
In the"60 Minutes"/Washington Post investigation on the opioid crisis in October, whistleblowers revealed how a new law weakened the DEA's ability to stop suspicious drug shipments within the U.S. In a follow-up investigation, they take a look at the biggest opioid case the DEA ever pursued against a drug company, McKesson. "60 Minutes" correspondent Bill Whitaker and Washington Post health reporter Lenny Bernstein join "CBS This Morning" to preview their Sunday report.