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This Morning from CBS News, Dec. 24, 2015

Taking Aim
Donald Trump is responding to Hillary Clinton after she referred to the GOP presidential front-runner as "sexist," warning the Democratic front-runner on Twitter to "be careful as you play the war on women or women being degraded card." He later tweeted, "I have great respect for women" and again warned her to "be careful."

Challenges Ahead
CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate discusses the foreign policy issues likely to be the most pressing for U.S. leaders in the upcoming year: ISIS, Syria's Bashar al-Assad, the nature of terrorist threats against the homeland and more.

Prediction Problem
The U.S. restaurant industry claims raising the minimum wage for workers will lead to layoffs and higher food prices. But is that really true? An important study explores the impact of higher pay on restaurant employment and on whether such costs are passed on to customers.

Forewarned
The National Weather Service forecasts that 2016 could see the most severe El Nino conditions in many years, raising the risk of flooding for millions of homeowners. Is it time to buy flood insurance? Here's what you need to know.

Smart Rules
Smartphones are popular presents for kids, but how can parents control what their children download, view, send and share? Parenting and technology experts offer some advice on how to set healthy limits and teach kids how to use cellphones responsibly.

Expect Less
While the U.S. economy is strengthening, the days of outsized investment gains are likely over--at least for now. We look at why economists, mutual fund managers and other forecasters expect weaker returns on stocks and bonds in 2016.

Surging
Bitcoin, whose reputation took a hit last year after an exchange for the "cryptocurrency" suddenly collapsed, is enjoying a resurgence. Prices of the virtual money more than doubled in 2015, setting the stage for the next chapter in its evolution.

More top news:

U.S. Violent weather tears through South, takes deadly toll
U.S. plans to deport hundreds of immigrant families who crossed southern border
Black Lives Matter protesters target Minneapolis airport
Illinois Attorney General: Daily fantasy betting is illegal gambling
Thousands say #IWillProtectYou to Muslim girl afraid of deportation
Americans pile into cars in record numbers for holiday travel
Planned Parenthood shooter wants to be his own lawyer
Earthquake swarm rattles Reno

World
Beijing tightens security amid warnings of threats against Westerners
9th suspect in Paris terror attacks arrested in Belgium

Politics
Man in Capitol gyrocopter stunt to challenge DNC chairwoman

Business, Finance
What 2016 will do to your checkbook: Rent, food, gas, raises
Hyatt finds malware in its payments system
U.S. economy ending year with a whimper

Health
Kentucky settles lawsuit with OxyContin maker for $24 million

Scitech
Can you spot the panda? The latest Internet obsession
California snowpack above average for this time of year

Entertainment
Where you can stream Beatles songs and albums