US News

  • Brussels remains on lockdown due to terror threats, Obama vows to destroy ISIS, the U.K. joins France's bombing campaign against ISIS and more are among today's CBSNews.com trending stories.
  • Travel security has been strengthened ahead of the Thanksgiving weekend, one of the busiest travel times of the year. CBS News correspondent Jeff Pegues has details for CBSN.
  • A New Jersey woman may get a second chance at life after her Craigslist plea for a kidney donor led to a perfect match. CBS Philly's Steve Patterson has the story.
  • Fairygodboss.com allows women to anonymously post information about their workplace, including policies on parental leave. The site is being called the Yelp for maternity leave benefits. Founders Georgene Huang and Romy Newman join "CBS This Morning" to discuss how Fairygodboss aims to influence the workforce.
  • Political strategist Karl Rove led both of President George W. Bush's White House bids. He is looking deeper into history to a possible guide for today's presidential candidates. Rove joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the 2016 race and his new book, "The Triumph of William McKinley: Why the Election of 1896 Still Matters."
  • As nearly 47 million Americans hit the road for Thanksgiving, driving remains the most popular method of travel, according to AAA. The government reports 40 percent of road delays are the result of recurring bottlenecks, which is more than traffic incidents, weather problems or construction. American Highway Users Alliance released a report that showed which cities have the worst bottlenecks in the U.S. Kris Van Cleave reports.
  • Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is doubling down on his stance against accepting Syrian refugees after the Paris terror attacks, but the state has already taken in nearly 200 Syrian refugees this year. Manuel Bojorquez met one of those families who are trying to adjust to a new life in the U.S.
  • Americans are more vigilant heading into one of the busiest travel weeks of the year, as nearly 47 million people are expected to travel for Thanksgiving. After the Paris attacks, airports have tightened security with extra officers and police dogs. Jeff Pegues reports.
  • Brussels is on its third day of lockdown with the highest possible terror alert. Soldiers and police line the streets, as Belgians fear a Paris-like attack. Police carried out a series of raids Sunday night, but missed the last remaining suspect in the Paris attacks. Debora Patta reports from the capital of Belgium on the country's state of emergency.
  • From Donald Trump's proposal to "bomb the hell out of" ISIS to Hillary Clinton's refusal to send any U.S. ground troops to the Middle East, here's what the candidates for the White House would do to defeat the extremist group