Rapper 2 Milly accuses Fortnite of stealing his dance moves

The wildly popular video game Fortnite has earned more than $1 billion since October 2017. The game is free to download and free to play, so the revenue comes entirely from in-game purchases. But the developer behind the game is now facing backlash. Vladimir Duthiers spoke to one recording artist who accuses Fortnite of stealing …

Michelle Obama talks self-doubt, Princeton, and life after White House

As first lady, Michelle Obama found herself on the world stage as one of the most visible women in the world. But growing up she says she was haunted by self-doubt – one of the revelations in her new memoir, “Becoming.” In a wide-ranging conversation with “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King, Obama describes learning …

Heavy Rain Today.

TODAY: Numerous showers in the morning and early afternoon, with scattered showers later in the afternoon and overnight. Rainfall totals generally between 1.5 and 2.5 inches, with some spots exceeding 3 inches of rainfall. Temperatures hover in the upper 40s and low 50s today. Temperatures drop into the 40s and upper 30s overnight. TUE/WED/THU: Isolated to scattered …

Democrats push measure to protect Mueller probe

Congressional Democrats are vowing to protect the Mueller investigation if new Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker refuses to recuse himself. CBS New Washington correspondent Paula Reid spoke to CBSN with the latest. Report a Typo CBS News

Famous for her relationship with Picasso, Francoise Gilot debuts her own art

French artist Francoise Gilot has made a name for herself with her paintings, but it’s two other names that have given her special notoriety. She was a longtime companion of Pablo Picasso and later she was the wife of renowned scientist Dr. Jonas Salk. As a couple, they traveled all over the world and now …

Raging flames from Southern California wildfires jump house to house

Two out-of-control fires are on the move in Southern California, not far from the scene of Wednesday night’s mass shooting at a bar. The Woolsey fire burned dozens of homes and threatens at least 1,000 more. People in some neighborhoods have been told to get out. John Blackstone reports. Report a Typo CBS News