This Morning from CBS New, Sept. 7, 2015

Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders at left, and Hillary Clinton.

The race

In the crucial state of New Hampshire, the latest poll suggests Hillary Clinton has given up the lead in the race to become the Democratic presidential nominee. There are just 147 days until the Iowa caucuses and 155 days until the New Hampshire primary. Nancy Cordes is in the Granite State, where many candidates are out on the trail.

Labor Day stumping

The 2016 Republican and Democratic presidential hopefuls will fan out across Iowa to walk in parades, eat barbeque, shake hands and take selfies with voters. Given the large field of candidates, there are bound to be some overlaps. Here's a look at who has to compete for attention and who has the day to themselves this Labor Day.

Officer down

As thousands gather to remember the life of a fallen officer, police say they have new evidence that could help identify the people who killed Illinois police Lt. Joe Gliniewicz. David Begnaud reports the FBI is asking for tips, and there is a reward for information that leads to an arrest.

Marriage licenses

Lawyers for Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis have filed an appeal challenging the ruling that put her in jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, and as Jericka Duncan reports, support for Davis in the community is growing.

Migrant influx

The faces of thousands of migrants arriving in Germany after weeks of perilous travel and sleeping rough are painted with relief, but as Charlie D'Agata reports, the influx is set to continue, and regional governments need to figure out how to provide new lives for tens of thousands of people.

Healthy habits

The end of swimsuit season is no reason to let diet and exercise go by the wayside. We take a look at summer health habits worth keeping year-round.


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    Tucker Reals is the foreign editor, based at the CBS News London bureau.