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Lance Price, Up to the Minute Commentator, takes a look at the legal drama surrounding the phone hacking scandal in England.
Simon Bates reports on a modern re-enactment of an old experiment that has brought rather mixed results.
Mindy Walker, Executive Editor of American Baby, shares a flight plan to help you and your baby board the plane with confidence.
Jessica Hartshorn, Senior Lifestyle Editor for American Baby, gives no-fuss strategies for straightening up your home.
ShopSmart’s Jody Rohlena gives advice on how to get something for nothing.
Quentin Fottrell, Consumer Reporter for MarketWatch, gives suggestions on the correct amount to tip service workers.
Pamela Falk, CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst, discusses why families from the middle east are fleeing their homeland in search of a better life in Europe.
Paula Reid, CBS News Justice Department Reporter, discusses the Ferguson Commission report on the causes behind the violence and unrest following the death of Michael Brown.
President Obama said US should prepare to admit at least 10,000 Syrian refugees in the next fiscal year
Apple's latest products will include updated iphones, iPads, and Apple TV as well as upgrades to the Apple Watch.
Royal Commentator Victoria Arbiter discusses Queen Elizabeth II becoming the longest reigning monarch in British history.
CBS News Justice Reporter Paula Reid discusses Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis defying the Supreme Court decision that legalized gay marriage.
European leaders are arguing over how to respond to the hundreds of thousands of people streaming across its borders
Bill Harwood, CBS News Space Consultant, discusses a rocket sent to space that will eventually bring back American astronaut Scott Kelly
Paula Reid, CBS News Justice Department Reporter, discusses a pre-trial hearing to be held for Baltimore officers facing criminal charges
Sleep Specialist Dr. Preethi Rajan of North Shore-LIJ Health System discusses a new sleep study that finds getting less than six hours of sleep makes you four times more likely to get a cold.