This Morning from CBS News, August 8, 2016

Monday blues

Delta Air Lines is warning of "large-scale" flight cancellations today after widespread problems with its computer systems following an overnight power outage in its home city of Atlanta.

"Unusual" accounting

Two sets of numbers, missing documents, stonewalling and more -- a long and contentious New York City audit of a 1980s hotel venture gives a rare glimpse into how a Donald Trump business operates.

Divergent ways

For all the GOP talk of party unity, the ticket itself is split on several major issues, with Donald Trump and Mike Pence espousing sharply different views.

Iffy practices

Most college students with school loans aren't aware that they qualify for lower federal payments. That's not by accident. Loan servicing companies do a poor job informing borrowers that they're eligible for a more favorable repayment plan. We look at what the government is doing to crack down on student loan servicing firms.

Heads up

New Yorkers like to complain about the driving habits of "bridge and tunnel" visitors, but is there anything to the idea that motorists from some parts of the country are worse than others? Actually, yes. Drawing on accident, insurance and other data, we look at which states have the most dangerous drivers.

Comeback kid

Later this week, 35-year-old Anthony Ervin will become the oldest U.S. male swimmer to compete in an individual race at the Summer Olympics since 1904. But it's not his first Olympics. He won gold in 2000 at the age of 19, then vanished from the sport entirely.

Signature look

Food Network personality Guy Fieri is bringing his signature style out to sea again with Carnival Cruises to debut his new restaurant, Pig & Anchor Bar-B-Que Smokehouse. He talked to CBS News about what it takes to barbecue on a ship, the biggest misconception about "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives" -- and why he hasn't changed his frosted tips since his TV debut.

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