This Morning from CBS News, Sept. 29, 2015

Crackdown

Turkey is clamping down on foreigners seeking to cross its border to join ISIS in Syria, reports CBS News correspondent Holly Williams. This, as a newly-released report shows at least 23,000 foreigners have joined ISIS since 2011. The fighters are from more than 100 countries, and more than 250 of them are American.

Shutdown survey

CBS News and The New York Times asked Americans to weigh in on who they'd blame for a government shutdown, and on Planned Parenthood

New credit cards

Have you received your new chip-enabled credit cards? If the answer is no, you're not alone. Most Americans have yet to get the so-called EMV cards despite an Oct. 1 deadline to begin replacing old-school magnetic-stripe plastic with the more secure chip-based cards. But here's what you'll need to know about them once they arrive.

Candidates' quarters

A relatively nondescript hotel has emerged as the go-to place for presidential hopefuls campaigning in New Hampshire to spend the night.

"Cabin porn"

Studies show that a few days in the woods can lower blood pressure, improve your mood and even increase creativity. But with Americans working more than ever, many are getting their outdoors fix by looking at nature online. Chip Reid spoke to DIY CEO and Vimeo co-founder Zach Klein, who is inspiring millions to unplug and get outside - or enjoy "cabin porn" -- images of simple structures in natural settings.

"Card cracking" scams

Consumers should beware of online scams, often disguised as promotions on social media, that promise easy money in exchange for allowing fraudsters to deposit phony checks in their bank account.

Surprise success

Launched more than three decades ago, the "My Little Pony" line of toys for adults has become an unexpected hit for Hasbro, spawning a movie, TV series and an annual convention that draws thousands of "bronies," as the plastic ponies' devoted fans are called.

Best-dressed, best feel

"Scandal" star Kerry Washington marveled in a straight off-the-runway Marc Jacobs gown at the Emmy Awards. Despite landing on countless "best dressed" lists, the fashion aficionado says her outfit choices are less about the competition, and more about feeling great about what she is wearing. Which is why she's using fashion to bring attention to an important issue.

Greatest Escape

"60 Minutes" found out how Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, one of the world's most wanted men, escaped from prison -- again.

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