President Trump chose Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster as his new national security adviser. McMaster replaces Michael Flynn, who was forced out after misleading Vice President Pence on his communications with a Russian official. Margaret Brennan reports.
The White House is expected to step up enforcement of immigration laws and tighten border security. But as Chip Reid reports, two highly controversial proposals are not expected to be in the new guidelines.
In the second installment of our series, We the People, we explore Americans' hopes and fears under a Trump administration. We revisited four people we've been following, each with different political backgrounds and beliefs, to see what they thought of how President Trump is doing.
He supports President Trump's decision to ask for the national security adviser's resignation, Pence told a press conference in Brussels. He also weighed in on Trump's attack on the media as the "enemy of the American people"
In Belgium, Vice President Mike Pence promised the U.S. will continue working closely with the European Union. Defense Secretary James Mattis spent the weekend with NATO colleagues, smoothing over the White House's message on foreign policy. Chip Reid reports.
Newly-revealed security video from Malaysia apparently shows the moment when the half-brother of North Korea's dictator was assassinated. The video from Kuala Lumpur's airport shows an attacker wiping Kim Jong Nam's face. He died a short time later. Adriana Diaz reports.
Robby Mook, who ran Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, is calling attention to Russia's influence on the 2016 race. On Twitter, he called for an independent, bipartisan commission to investigate. Mook joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why he's demanding answers.
CBS News senior national security contributor and former CIA deputy director Michael Morell joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss President Trump's search for a national security adviser one month into his term, and mixed messages the U.S. is sending on foreign policy.
One month ago, Donald Trump was sworn in as president. He's tackling two key areas: immigration and national security. But he still needs a national security adviser, and he's working to replace the temporary travel ban that was blocked by the courts. Major Garrett reports.