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This Morning from CBS News, May 12, 2015

Nepal quake

A large earthquake rattled Nepal today -- an aftershock from the devastating April 25 quake that left more than 8,000 people dead in the Himalayan nation. CBS News Correspondent Seth Doane reports today's temblor had a magnitude of 7.3, according to the U.S. Geological Survey -- smaller than the 7.8 quake weeks earlier, but powerful enough to cause significant damage send still-shaky Nepalese running out of buildings.

Brady on "Deflategate"

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady plans to appeal a four-game suspension imposed by the NFL for using under-inflated footballs in the AFC title game, his agent said last night. CBS News Correspondent Don Dahler reports Patriots owner Robert Kraft also released a statement last night, calling the investigation "one-sided."

Verizon - AOL deal

Wireless giant Verizon (VZ) is buying AOL for $4.4 billion in a deal that will expand its ability to deliver mobile video and advertising services. AOL owns The Huffington Post, TechCrunch, Engadget, MAKERS and The acquisition gives Verizon an entryway into the increasingly competitive online video space.

Mid-sized SUV crash tests

Safety ratings are in for the latest mid-sized SUV crash tests by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. They focus on off-center crashes, which are among the most dangerous for drivers. CBS News Correspondent Wyatt Andrews reports on the results, where more than half the cars tested rate "marginal" or worse.

Protect your move

The government is launching a new campaign warning of fraud by moving companies. You can lose property, face unexpected fees or even see your things effectively held hostage. CBS News Correspondent Kris Van Cleave spoke to one customer who says all of that happened to her.

Assassination survivor speaks

The hearing on whether John Hinckley, Jr., the man who shot President Reagan, should have greater and more permanent freedom ends today. One person who isn't eager to see John Hinckley go free is Tim McCarthy, one of the remaining survivors of the assassination attempt. He is to this day the only agent in U.S. history who has ever taken a bullet for the president. He spoke to CBS News about how he feels about Hinckley's possible freedom.

Obama library

It's official: President Obama's presidential library will be located at the University of Chicago - the school where he once taught constitutional law in the city he calls home.

Kerry & Putin

Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Russia this morning to meet with President Vladimir Putin for the first time since the Ukraine crisis. The U.S. wants Russia's help ending the war in Syria and cooperation on other global hot spots. CBS News Correspondent Margaret Brennan reports with details of the new diplomatic push.

Trade battle

When Republicans secured control of Congress in 2014, GOP leaders named trade as a top priority. They had a rare moment of agreement with President Obama that Congress should pass legislation that would expedite passage of a massive free-trade bill with the Asia-Pacific region. It appeared to be smooth sailing for the legislation, but Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nevada is threatening to block the full Senate from taking up the bill.

Solar voyage

After cruising across the Middle East and much of Asia, a solar-powered plane now faces its biggest test yet - one that, if successful, could demonstrate that this global journey is more than a vanity project.

Cellphone safety

Today, the city council of Berkeley, California, will vote on a cellphone "right to know" law that would be the first safety ordinance of its kind in the country. It would require cellphone retailers to include a city-prepared notice along with the purchase of a cellphone, informing consumers of the minimum separation distance a cellphone should be held from the body.

Seymour ready

Jane Seymour, Joe Lando and many of the other cast members from the hit '90s TV series "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" have their costumes from the CBS show handy -- and they still fit. On a moment's notice they could toss them on and get into character again.

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