The FBI now has sufficient evidence that links recent killing of bicyclist John Jacoby with the April shooting of Cori Romero. It is feared that they are dealing with a serial shooter on the interstate and are linking together other accounts from local motorist that have experienced their driver’s side or passengers side windows suddenly exploding. Jeff Glor reports.
South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham will officially announce his bid for the White House, making him the ninth Republican to launch a campaign for his party's presidential nomination. Jeb Bush is also expected to officially announce later this week. The new host of "Face the Nation" and CBS News political director John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the crowded and growing field of GOP contenders for the presidency.
Secretary of State John Kerry's injury will keep him out of a scheduled meeting with foreign ministers in Paris. Kerry will return to the United States after breaking a leg while bicycling this past weekend in Scionzier, France. Margaret Brennan joins "CBS This Morning" with a report on the latest developments.
Three important sections of the Patriot Act are no longer part of the anti-terror law. The Senate failed to pass a bill extending the government's authority to collect phone information, track lone-wolf threats and follow suspects who change their phones. Republican senator and presidential candidate Rand Paul blocked a final Senate vote during a very unusual Sunday session. Nancy Cordes is on Capitol Hill, where the Senate is now moving to plan B.