This Morning from CBS News, Sept. 21, 2015

Pope Francis waves upon arriving to give the first mass of his visit to Cuba in Havana's Revolution Square, September 20, 2015.

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Pope in Cuba

Pope Francis will spend his last day in Cuba celebrating Mass and visiting a shrine to the country's patron saint in the city of Santiago. So far, the Latin American pontiff seems to be striking the right chords with the Cuban people, with many lauding his role in the U.S.-Cuban reboot. Francis' next stop is on U.S. soil.

President Rouhani

The Iranian president speaks with Steve Kroft for "60 Minutes" about the historic nuclear deal between his country and the United States, and whether the two countries can move past years of mistrust.

Lei it on the line

Claudia and Rob Host have taken their political devotion a step further than most, bidding aloha to Hawaii and moving thousands of miles to Iowa -- just to live the caucus experience and get out the vote for Hillary Clinton.

Burrito battle

Non-profit organization Center for Consumer Freedom plans a new round of ads this week attacking Chipotle restaurants over what the group claims is a misleading vow to abandon genetically modified ingredients. Some say the consumer group itself has some questions to answer about its motivations.

Captain, Ma'am

There are hundreds of cruise ships at sea, but only one of them, off the coast of New England, is making waves and history for women. Kate McCue is on her maiden voyage at the helm of the Celebrity Summit. "CBS This Morning" meets the pioneering captain in charge of the 14-day cruise with more than 2,100 passengers and a crew of about 950.

Jimmy Carter

Former President Jimmy Carter turns 91 on October 1st. He's undergoing treatment for brain cancer, but he's not letting that change his Sunday routine. President Carter has been teaching Sunday school in Georgia for 35 years. Since he announced his diagnosis, the crowds have been bigger than ever.

Tobacco suits

In Florida, plaintiffs have won hundreds of million of dollars in lawsuits against tobacco companies for deaths from smoking-related diseases. We explore why the Sunshine State is such fertile legal ground for liability suits against Big Tobacco.

The Emmys

The 67th Primetime Emmy Awards show was one that will go down in history after Viola Davis won Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series for her role in "How to Get Away with Murder." Davis was the first black woman to win the award, and she did not take the honor for granted.

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  • Tucker Reals

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