"CBS This Morning" top headlines -- Jan. 11, 2012
Here's a look at some of the top headlines from around the globe featured on "CBS This Morning."
Check out the video above for the report from Charlie Rose and Erica Hill on these top stories:
- Car bomb kills nuclear scientist near Tehran university
- Fannie Mae chief executive to step down
- Nonstop flights stop for fuel
- Government forcing full disclosure on airfares
- OJ prices heat up amid Florida freeze, FDA study
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- British soldier savagely killed in London machete attack
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- How tornado survivor Barbara Garcia, rescued dog Bowser are faring
- The rise and fall of the classic station wagon
- THE Dish: Chef Sara Moulton's DET burgers
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- Woman tried to "talk down" suspects in UK slaying
- Boston bombings suspect left note in boat he hid in
- Okla. rescue brings dogs back to their owners
- Madeleine Peyroux sings "Changing All Those Changes"
- Video shows London suspects with radical preacher
- Kids invent helmet to stop concussions
- Drive or fly? What summer travel shows about economy
- Elisabeth Rohm discusses her struggle with infertility
- Doctor: Modern wheat a "perfect, chronic poison"