World leaders are set to address the global climate crisis at the United Nations next week. Ahead of the summit, Mark Phillips spoke with U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, who said "nature is angry."
Ocean heatwaves known as the "blob" are responsible for toxic algae blooms that kill plankton, a key food source for marine life. Experts are concerned a massive blob that formed in the Pacific in 2015 is reforming. Jonathan Vigliotti explains.
In our Eye On Earth series, we're looking ahead to a landmark United Nations Climate Action Summit next week. Mark Phillips goes deep under the Florida Keys to the only undersea science lab in the world where marine biologists can live for weeks at a time, studying the effects of climate change on the ocean ecosystem.
"Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan with five things to know about climate change and its impact on the world already.
Meteorologist and CBS News climate and weather contributor Jeff Berardelli joins Margaret Brennan to discuss climate change and its link to stronger storms and hurricanes.
For the first time, we have a detailed picture of what happened in the 24 hours after an asteroid hit the Earth 65 million years ago and caused dinosaurs to become extinct. A research team led by the University of Texas at Austin made the new discoveries using rocks found off the Yucatan Peninsula. Chief astronomer at the Franklin Institute, Derrick Pitts, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the scope of the blast and how it's impacted the planet.
CBS News Correspondent Mark Strassmann is in Florida where residents along the coast are bracing for Hurricane Dorian.