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Undocumented immigration activist released after arrest
Pulitzer prize-winning journalist José Antonio Vargas was surprised to be taken into custody yesterday at a Texas airport for being in the country illegally. Anna Werner reports from Dallas, Texas.
Female soccer players rally against use of artificial turf in World Cup
Some of the world's top players are fuming, as they may have to play on artificial grass at next year's women's World Cup finals in Canada. It would be the first tournament where turf is used instead of grass. Some players are calling the decision discriminatory. Jim Axelrod reports.
Eye Opener at 8: Protests continue in Ferguson, Missouri
A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning."
Lawyer: Sgt. Bergdahl plans to leave Army and go to college
Former U.S. prisoner of war Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl plans to leave the Army and go to college after the investigation into his disappearance is over. Norah O'Donnell reports.
California solar power plants ignite birds mid-flight
A Bay Area company is being urged to make changes to its state-of-the-art solar plant since thousands of birds have been burned to death by its panels. Ben Tracy reports.
Jackie Chan's son arrested in major drug sweep in China
Jaycee Chan, the son of Hong Kong action superstar Jackie Chan, was caught in an anti-drug campaign. In Beijing alone, nearly 8,000 suspects have been arrested, including a string of celebrities targeted in the crackdown. Seth Doane reports from Beijing.
Headlines at 7:30: Support for Common Core plummets
"CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of today's headlines from around the globe.
Air attacks resume between Israel and Hamas
After a five-day cease fire ended without a longer-term deal, militants in Gaza resumed their rocket attacks against Israel, to which the Israeli military responded with airstrikes. Jeff Glor reports.
New police shooting adds to tension in St. Louis-area
Just miles away from the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, police shot killed another young black man in St. Louis. According to authorities, he was armed with a knife and acting erratically. Jeff Glor reports.
Madonna memorabilia hits the auction block
Iconic dresses and handwritten lyrics are among the pieces of Madonna memorabilia that will be up for auction this November in Los Angeles. Also, the stars were out for the red carpet premiere of "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" in Los Angeles. Suzanne Marques reports on the day's top entertainment headlines.