Judge recognizes burglary suspect as middle school classmate  

CBS This Morning By : Staff Reporting

It was an emotional reunion in a very odd place. Forty-nine-year-old Arthur Booth was in a Florida court Thursday facing charges for burglary, grand theft and resisting arrest. He broke down when he realized the judge, Mindy Glazer, was a former classmate. Ben Tracy reports.


Making sense of the jump in Shark Attacks  

CBS This Morning By : Staff Reporting


Could new technology ALIAS replace co-pilots?  

CBS This Morning By : Staff Reporting

The Air Force is 520 pilots short of requirements this year due to budget cuts and a hiring spree by airlines, but first on "CBS This Morning," we're getting a look at new technology that could one day help solve that shortfall and maybe save lives. Kris Van Cleave reports.


Active shooter at Washington Navy Yard  

CNN By : Staff Reporting


Child Hunger In America - Scarlett Johansson | Hunger Prevention | Ad Council  

Ad Council By : Staff Reporting


Wal-Mart Apologies for Baking Cake Decorated With ISIS Flag  

NBC News By : ERIN MCCLAM

Wal-Mart has apologized for baking a cake decorated with the ISIS flag. The cake was ordered from a Wal-Mart in Slidell, Louisiana.

The customer said he had been denied an earlier request for a cake decorated with the Confederate battle flag and the words "Heritage Not Hate." Wal-Mart said in a statement: "It's unfortunate that one customer sought to take advantage of an associate who did not know the flag or its meaning. - Referenced Article


President Obama: Im Really Proud of All of You  

BarackObama.com By : Staff Reporting


Brazilian Cop Shoots Suspects After High-Speed Chase  

NBC News By : HENRY AUSTIN

A Brazilian cop who was filmed by a TV news crew shooting two teenage suspects after a high-speed chase is being investigated, officials said. One of the suspected motorcycle thieves is seen throwing a helmet at the officer as they raced through the streets of Sao Paolo. Seconds later, they crashed off the road and crumpled onto the sidewalk.


New research questions medical marijuanas impact  

CBS This Morning By : Staff Reporting

Doctors are allowed to prescribe pot in 23 states and Washington, D.C., but a groundbreaking new study challenges many of the health promises that came with legalization.

Dr. Tara Narula joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the true healing power of medical marijuana.


Diddy Ecstatic on Son Justins First Game  

DIDDY TV By : Staff Reporting


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