Arizona law would give frozen embryos to spouse who wants baby after divorce
A new law in Arizona that went into effect July 1 spells out what happens to frozen embryos when a couple gets divorced. Supporters of the law say it will protect a partner's right to his or her embryos but opponents say it could force people to become parents against their will. Tony Dokoupil reports.
Vulnerable addicts are paid to get experimental procedure, investigation finds
A CBS News investigation found that some vulnerable addicts are being paid to get a Naltrexone implant, which is not approved by the FDA and is intended to block the effects of opioids. Some doctors can make up to $30,000 for each surgery. "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor reports.
There are benefits to being raised by a working mom, Harvard study says
New research says children of working mothers are just as happy later in life as the kids of stay-at-home moms. A new study led by a Harvard University professor found daughters of working moms are more likely to advance in their own careers and when the sons of working moms started their own families, they spent 50 minutes more each week caring for them. CBS News contributor Jodi Kantor joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how this study confirms what we already intuitively know: kids of working moms will be just fine.