What you missed on "CBS This Morning"

From a Ferguson football team to a police officer attending the wedding of a girl he once saved, here are some highlights from this week on "CBS This Morning."

Return to normalcy in Ferguson

In the midst of turmoil in Ferguson, Missouri, one high school football team is resuming practice, its players remaining positive despite the protests over the police shooting of Michael Brown a few miles away.

ISIS threat grows

In light of James Foley's tragic death, former CIA deputy director Mike Morell says ISIS may be even more dangerous than we think.

What it means "To Be Takei"

Actor George Takei, well-known for his character Sulu on Star Trek and his social media presence, talks about a new documentary about his life.

On par with Phil Mickelson

Golf great Phil Mickelson discusses his military charity and how he still plans to have the best five years of his career.

A flare for photography

Iconic photographer Bruce Weber gives details of his prolific career and shares his latest Detroit-based project involving his love for dogs.

Bon Appetit's Top 10 restaurants revealed

Bon Appetit magazine reveals how the editors determined the best new restaurants in 2014.

Welcome to the gun show

Statistics show that more women are shooting for sport than ever before. Here's a look inside the pastime women are calling more fun than golf.

Dressed in blue with a heart of gold

Twenty years ago, Yonkers police officer Joseph Barca saved an infant's life. This year, he's attending her wedding.