In September 2015, the world learned German automaker Volkswagen had installed illegal software in 11 million diesel cars designed to conceal excess emissions during testing. Six Volkswagen employees were charged in the U.S. over the scandal, but its problems may not be over. New York Times European economics correspondent Jack Ewing, who covered this entire story, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his new book, "Faster, Higher, Farther: The Volkswagen Scandal."
Princess Diana was just 20 years old when she married Prince Charles. She captured the hearts of people all over the world. This summer marks the 20th anniversary of her death. Gayle King previews the CBS two-hour special called "Princess Diana: Her Life | Her Death | The Truth." Watch Monday, May 22, 2017 at 8/7c.
The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus has folded its tent for good. For nearly 150 years, the show dazzled audiences of all ages, but in January, the circus' parent company decided it couldn't keep juggling the numbers. The so-called "Greatest Show on Earth" was also the target of animal rights groups. Tony Dokoupil reports.
Enes Kanter, an Oklahoma City Thunder player from Turkey, says he was held in a Romanian airport over the weekend when his home country revoked his passport. He has long been an outspoken critic of Turkey's President Erdogan. Kanter says Turkey canceled his passport in retaliation for his political views. Last year, Turkey revoked passports for tens of thousands of Turkish citizens living abroad. Kanter joins "CBS This Morning" after arriving back in the U.S. Sunday from Europe.