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Clint Eastwood puts stamp on ‘Jersey Boys’
A cast member of the upcoming “How to train your Dragon” sequel weighs in on typecasting; and Clint Eastwood places his mark on Jersey Boys. Suzanne Marques reports on the day’s top entertainment stories.
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Headlines at 7:30: Arizona airport reopens after 3-hour lockdown
"CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of today's headlines from around the globe.
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CDC offers new flu vaccine guidelines
For the first time, health officials are offering an "ouchless" way for kids to get vaccinated. Dr. Holly Phillips joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how to stay healthy this flu season.
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FBI's most wanted: Search intensifies for Pennsylvania trooper attack suspect
The suspect in the murder of a Pennsylvania state trooper is now one of the FBI's top 10 most wanted fugitives. Eric Frein has been on the run for a week. Don Dahler reports.
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Smoke fills JetBlue plane after engine fails
Pilots made an emergency landing in Long Beach, California, just moments after take off. All passengers survived the traumatizing experience. Jeff Pegues reports.
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Alibaba stock offer valued at $167 billion
The Chinese e-commece giant is offering its IPO at $68 a share. Alibaba now has a higher market value than Ebay, Amazon or Cisco. Jeff Glor reports.
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Man charged with starting devastating California wildfire
The King Fire near Sacramento, California, has burned at least 114 square miles. Wayne Allen Huntsman is due in court today after being charged with starting the fire. John Blackstone reports.
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Crews search for Texas deputy swept away by floods
Officials in the Austin area are searching for a sheriff's deputy who they fear was swept away by flood waters. There is more rain headed for the state, and much of it is under a flash flood watch. Fred Cantu of Austin affiliate KEYE reports.
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British hostage appears in newly released ISIS video
British journalist John Cantlie appeared in a new ISIS propaganda video Thursday criticizing the policies of the American and British governments in Iraq and Syria. Jeff Glor reports.
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Scotland voters decide not to break from United Kingdom
A resounding "no" from voters ensured Scotland would dismiss its independence and remain part of the United Kingdom. Mark Phillips reports from Edinburgh.