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Grandview lawsuit takes aim at KC asphalt plant

A Grandview-based lawsuit is trying to force a south Kansas City asphalt plant near the Grandview border to comply with federal clean air ...

UK To Relax Chinese Visa Rules

The UK government will relax visa rules for Chinese nationals coming to the UK, Chancellor George Osborne announces during his China trade ...

Boston Globe columnist reflects on bombing one week later

Boston Globe columnist Kevin Cullen, who has covered the Boston Marathon bombing, speaks to the 'CBS This Morning' co-hosts about covering ...

Scenes of Syrian massacre add to pressure on U.S. to act

Videos of the aftermath of a suspected gas attack by the Syrian government are impossible to verify. President Obama has ruled out sending ...

NSA repeatedly collected emails, phone calls without authorization

The Washington Post reports the NSA broke privacy rules and overstepped its authority thousands of times since 2008. CBS News' Tara ...

Medicare chemotherapy patients hit hard by the sequester

Medicare patients are being affected by the sequester, particularly for those who need chemotherapy treatments. Jim Axelrod reports.

Hillary Clinton warns Syria on chemical weapons

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton issued Syria a warning about the use of chemical weapons. Margaret Brennan reports.

Eye Opener at 8: Boehner says shutdown won't end until Obama gives up something

A look back at what we've been covering on 'CBS This Morning.'

LA Mayor pushes President to move on immigration

Democratic Mayor of Los Angeles describes what he think immigration reform needs to include.

Historian: Compromise is a part of American history

Historian Kenneth C. Davis, author of the 'Don't Know Much About' book series, talks to the 'CBS This Morning' co-hosts about the history ...

What will it take to end the gov't shutdown?

CBS News political director John Dickerson talks to the 'CBS This Morning' co-hosts about the government shutdown and the likelihood of ...

WWII vets push their way into closed memorial

A group of frustrated veterans didn't let the partial government shutdown stop their trip to Washington's World War II memorial - they just ...