This Morning from CBS News, Aug. 11, 2016

U.S. Army Gen. Joseph Votel, commander, U.S. Central Command, briefs the media at the Pentagon in Washington April 29, 2016, about the investigation of the airstrike on the Doctors Without Borders trauma center in Kunduz, Afghanistan, on Oct. 3, 2015.

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CENTCOM deceit?

U.S. Central Command is responsible for American security interests in 20 nations, from Egypt through the Arabian Gulf region and into central Asia. CBS News has learned that a hard-hitting report by Congressional Republicans accuses CENTCOM of manipulating or repressing intelligence about the fight against ISIS.

Opportunities lost

Since he won the GOP primary race, Donald Trump has squandered opportunity after opportunity to hammer Hillary Clinton over her campaign controversies -- forced instead to litigate his own rhetorical missteps. We look at some recent examples of Trump's poorly-timed gaffes, and what they cost him.

Just getting by

The Great Recession may be receding in the rear-view mirror, but the downturn has left many in the U.S. spinning their wheels. Seven year after the crisis officially ended, millions of workers live paycheck to paycheck, survey data show. We look at how many Americans are living close to the financial edge.

Skydiving deaths

CBS News has learned a skydiving instructor involved in a deadly California accident last weekend was not certified by the U.S. Parachute Association. The instructor and 18-year-old Tyler Turner were killed during a tandem jump south of Sacramento. Turner's mother talks to us about the worrying revelation.

Road hazard

The AAA is warning Americans about the risks posed by debris that flies off other vehicles on our roadways. There have been hundreds of thousands of dangerous -- sometimes deadly -- accidents, but can these tragedies be prevented?

Hotel wars

Major hotel chains in the U.S. are accusing Expedia, Priceline and other online travel agencies of burying their rooms in their search results in retaliation for their trying to lure consumers away, and it's making it harder for consumers to find the best deals.

More top news:

U.S.

Hunt for missing after blast, blaze at Md. apartment building

New figures on how many U.S. adults smoke pot

U.S. Air Force struggling to fill fighter pilot posts

World

Deadly wildfires ravage southern France, Portugal

Terror suspect dead after police operation in Canada

45,000 ISIS fighters taken off battlefield, U.S. says

Politics

Trump's book royalties to charity? A mixed bag

Donald Trump says Obama "founded" ISIS

Former Republican congressman on why he's for Clinton

Disgraced ex-congressman sat behind Trump at Fla. rally

Business

America's 10 most dangerous jobs

Former NFL player accused of defrauding investors

Health

Depression shadows some families through generations

Behind the shrinking ingredients list on packaged foods

Sports

U.S. gymnasts inspire with more than just their talent

U.S. women's swimming takes gold in relay at Rio Olympics

Science and tech

Woman asks court to restore her Pokemon-shattered privacy

Entertainment

Lost Boys of "Hook" look back, 25 years later

  • Tucker Reals

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