Tennis legend Jimmy Connors won eight Grand Slam singles titles, including five US Open tournaments. He joined the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss this year's tournament, as well as his new book. "The Outsider: A Memoir."
Help from the United States and other nations is pouring into Nigeria, in hopes that the girls kidnapped by the Hoko Baram terrorist group can be found and rescued. The girls were abducted from their school in Nigeria's remote Northeast.
The referendum in Crimea to separate from Ukraine and join Russia has bolstered pro-Russian sentiment in the largely Russian-speaking city of Donetsk. Tensions have grown between those who support the government in Kiev and those who don't.
Consumer sentiment fell to a nine-month low. Also, Lehman Brothers will pay out more than $4 billion to unsecured creditors, who lost money as a result of the company's bankruptcy. Karina Mitchell reports on the day's top MoneyWatch headlines.
In studies over four decades, Harvard psychology professor Ellen Langer showed that mental attitude can reverse the effects of again and improve physical health. Now she wants to test the theory on cancer. Dr. Langer joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss.