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President Obama thanks Congress for approving a plan to train and equip Syrian rebels to fight ISIS, and he touts growing international involvement in the fight against the extremists.
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Counting Crows perform their new single "Scarecrow" off "Somewhere Under Wonderland," their first album of original material in six years.
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Unease in Scotland following independence vote
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NASA taps Boeing and SpaceX to shuttle crews to ISS
Time Magazine science editor Jeffrey Kluger joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss a new "space race" among private American companies and entrepreneurs. Check out the Time Magazine article <a href="http://time.com/3403740/jeff-bezos-space-amazon/#3397073/spacex-boeing-nasa-contracts/">here</a>.