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Could a terrorist attack have brought down EgyptAir jet?
04:35 — John Miller, New York City Police Department's deputy commissioner for intelligence and counterterrorism who was also a former FBI assistant director, (more…)
Oscar "Blade Runner" Pistorius Olympic debut set
03:39 — Oscar Pistorius is a South African track star set to make his Olympic debut. He's also a double-amputee who'll be running on carbon fiber blades -- an (more…)
Violent weather threatens U.S. midsection
00:36 — At least two tornadoes touched down in southwest Oklahoma and two in central Nebraska. "CBS This Morning" co-host Erica Hill reports there is a strong (more…)
Child in controversial ad speaks out
04:07 — Georgia is running a controversial ad campaign about childhood obesity. The ads that run on television feature obese children. Mark Strassmann reports (more…)
Space exploration: Inspiring the next generation
04:39 — Physicist Neil deGrasse Tyson speaks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about his new book, "Space Chronicles," why we've lost our interest in space, (more…)
"Game Change" director talks Palin, McCain
06:50 — Charlie Rose and Gayle King speak with "Game Change" director and producer Jay Roach about the controversial HBO movie that chronicles the McCain-Pali (more…)
Syria: Official defects; troops bombard Damascus
01:08 — Syria's ruling regime lost a high-profile official -- the country's ambassador to Iraq has defected. Meanwhile, CBS News' Clarissa Ward reports on acc (more…)
CBS This Morning headlines: Winning in Spain
00:56 — "CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of the headlines from around the globe.
Headlines: Tweets upend trials
01:01 — "CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of the day's headlines from around the globe.
FBI investigating failed al Qaeda bomb plot
03:53 — FBI experts are studying an unexploded bomb intended to blow up an airliner bound for the United States. CBS News senior correspondent John Miller rep (more…)
Dickerson: Super PAC money will make race ugly
02:50 — CBS News political director John Dickerson talks to Charlie Rose and Erica Hill about Super PACs and their effect on the 2012 presidential election.
Long Story Short: Snoop Dogg busted for pot in Norway
02:26 — "CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of the hot stories making their way around the web.
Can Mitt Romney be stopped?
04:47 — Now that Mitt Romney has won the Iowa caucuses, has he already gained enough momentum to take the Republican presidential nomination? John Miller talk (more…)
What's next for Staff Sgt. Robert Bales?
03:11 — Eugene Fidell, who teaches military justice at Yale Law School, joined "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-host Rebecca Jarvis to talk about the investig (more…)
THE Dish, with George Mendes
03:09 — Chef George Mendes is known for putting a modern twist on classic Portuguese and Spanish fare, which he serves at his New York eatery, Aldea. He visit (more…)
On tape: Teen falls through sidewalk
00:30 — Surveillance video in China shows a teenage girl falling through a sidewalk. "CBS This Morning" co-host Erica Hill reports.
Omega-3s cut Alzheimer's risk: study
01:06 — How do omega-3's impact memory? CBS News medical correspondent Dr. Holly Phillips speaks about a new study that suggests fatty acid foods are linked t (more…)
Is there a hidden bombshell in panel's NSA report?
01:15 — The report by President Obama's advisory panel recommends the FBI stop using the National Security Letter the way they have been using it since 9/11. (more…)
Many men clueless on Mothers Day flowers
03:25 — Many will wait until the last minute to pick up flowers -- if they remember at all -- but there's plenty of help for them once they do. Terrell Brown (more…)
Gingrich gains momentum in S.C.
03:22 — A new poll shows Newt Gingrich within striking distance of Mitt Romney in South Carolina. CBS News political correspondent Jan Crawford reports.
Two Americans killed in Afghanistan
01:28 — Amid protests over the accidental burning of the Koran, another two Americans have been killed. Mandy Clark reports.
What will Russia demand in exchange for Snowden?
03:11 — Edward Snowden, who leaked details of the National Security Agency surveillance program that collected millions of Americans' phone records, may leave (more…)
Christopher Buckley on puppies and political satire
06:19 — Author Christopher Buckley, best known for his book-turned-movie, "Thank You For Smoking," speaks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about his new nov (more…)
Hasidic leader's sex abuse trial exposes community
05:28 — A child sex abuse trial in New York City is bringing attention to a deeply insular religious sect -- a fundamentalist group of Hasidic Jews. "CBS This (more…)
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