Colonizing Mars is just one of the topics in Michio Kaku's new book, "The Future of Humanity: Terraforming Mars, Interstellar Travel, Immortality, and Our Destiny Beyond Earth." Kaku, a CBS News science and futurist contributor who is also a physics professor at City University of New York, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss man's future in space.
Winter Olympic athletes defy gravity and impress audiences around the world, but many struggle financially on the road to the Games. But the U.S. Olympic Committee, a non-profit, reported $339 million in revenue in 2016. One former Olympian now wants to see Congress review what he calls financial "waste" of the USOC. Dana Jacobson reports.
Tammy Cleveland says her husband, Michael, kept moving and breathing after she was told he died. She says hospital staff ignored her pleas for help until a coroner alerted them, saying, "Dead people don't move." The doctor and the hospital say they did nothing wrong and the delay did not cause his ultimate death. Dr. Tara Narula spoke to Cleveland about what she witnessed.
The family that took in the Florida school shooting suspect says they knew Nikolas Cruz was depressed, but had no idea how troubled he really was. James and Kimberly Snead let Cruz, a friend of their son, live in their house after his mother died in November. John Blackstone speaks to the Snead family.
"Black Panther" blew past box office estimates in its opening weekend. So far, it's raked in an estimated $192 million in the U.S and Canada. That makes it the fifth highest-grossing opening weekend in Hollywood history, and the second-best opening ever for a Marvel Comics superhero movie. Jericka Duncan reports.