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This Morning from CBS News, May 5, 2015

ISIS claims Texas attack

On ISIS' official radio station, the terror group is now claiming responsibility for an attack on a Texas art exhibit and contest featuring drawings of the prophet Muhammad. Authorities say one of two gunmen involved was Elton Simpson. CBS News correspondent Jeff Pegues reports he had been on the FBI's radar for years, and died in the incident. The mother of Nadir Soofi, the other man killed, says she can't imagine what went through her son's mind, reports CBS News correspondent Omar Villafranca. She believes Simpson, who is Soofi's roommate, orchestrated the attack.

Stolen valor

A Northern California man who built his life and career around his professed service in the Marines is being accused of fabricating his military record. CBS News correspondent Jan Crawford reports the Marines call themselves "the few" and "the proud," and only a few can claim they're part of that elite group, which is why so many both inside and outside the corps are calling Gregory Allen's alleged actions unethical and unforgivable.

Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton's 3-week-old campaign makes its first stop in Nevada today. She'll meet with students at a high school in Las Vegas to discuss immigration reform, but that's not the only discussion swirling around the former secretary of state, as "Clinton Cash" officially hits book stores today. CBS News correspondent Julianna Goldman reports on how the Clintons are trying to break through the noise.

Running again

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is expected to jump into the 2016 presidential race today, adding a familiar face to a growing Republican primary field. He's pitching himself as an unapologetic social conservative who can also make inroads with blue-collar voters on bread-and-butter economic issues. Here are five things you need to about him.

Border patrol sex abuse

A CBS News investigation has found sexual misconduct in the ranks of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is "significantly" higher than in other federal law enforcement agencies, reports CBS News correspondent Anna Werner, citing the agency's former head of internal affairs.

Hazardous state

North Dakota is the nation's deadliest state in which to work, with an on-the-job fatality rate more than four times the national average, and the number of worker deaths more than doubling from 2007 to 2013. That's according to an annual report compiled by the AFL-CIO, which found hazardous working conditions lead to the deaths of 150 workers across the country each day. Find out which other states have dangerous working conditions.

Doctor becomes patient

When fertility doctor Angie Beltsos learned she could not carry the fourth baby she longed for, she found herself in a similar situation as her patients. When she finally did become pregnant again, complications led to the baby being born prematurely and ultimately not surviving. Beltsos says the tragedy left a void in her life that her family urged her to fill. Eventually, she decided to try to find a surrogate. But how?

Obama on Letterman

President Obama isn't just the first black president. He was the first sitting president to appear on late-night television, and has been a frequent guest on CBS' "Late Show with David Letterman." Mr. Obama has clocked three appearances during his time in the White House, and appeared one last time last night before Letterman retires May 20.

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