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WWII hero undertakes another mission
Three days a week, 90-year-old Ernie Andrus puts on his support stockings and tennis shoes, gently lowers himself out of the RV, and slowly returns to his mission. Andrus is running across the U.S. to raise awareness for the ship he served on in World War II. Steve Hartman reports.
Are Democrats using the word "impeachment" to raise campaign cash?
House lawmakers will vote on whether to allow a lawsuit against President Obama for exceeding his power to enforce his health care law. Democrats are floating around the word "impeachment" to describe the lawsuit threat and using it to raise campaign cash. Nancy Cordes reports from Capitol Hill.
Immigration reform: White House weighing possible executive action
With the Senate expected to reject a spending bill to deal with the rush of undocumented immigrants, the White House is looking at ways to change policy with congressional approval. CBS News Political Director John Dickerson joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to weigh in on the issue.
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura on defamation suit victory
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss the details of his legal battle with a former U.S. sniper. A federal jury deliberated for six days and awarded Ventura $1.8 million dollars.
Indiana women cheat death as train passes over them
A camera mounted on a train engine captured the dramatic escape of two women who were caught on the tracks of a railway bridge. The women made a split-second decision to dive between the tracks as the 100-car train passed over them. Dean Reynolds reports.
Headlines at 7:30: Massive investigation into FBI forensic errors resumes
Flawed forensic evidence involving microscopic hair matches may have led to the convictions of hundreds of innocent people. Also, investors pushed Twitter shares up 26 percent after seeing its ability to grow. "CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of the headlines from around the globe.
U.S. and Europe hit Russia with stronger economic sanctions
At a news conference, senior White House correspondent Bill Plante asked President Obama if the U.S. was turning back the clock on relations with Russia. Norah O'Donnell reports.
Small car safety: IIHS releases new crash test results
The results from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety show room for improvement. Of the dozen cars tested, only one of them earned a good rating in the small overlap front crash test. Jeff Pegues reports from Washington.
Israel barrages Gaza overnight, second U.N. school in ruins
For the second time in a week, a U.N. school in Gaza was shelled, where refugees had crammed into classrooms seeking a safe haven. Over 40 Palestinians were killed in the Israeli attacks overnight. Barry Petersen reports from Gaza City.
Powerful storms leave Denver under water
Heavy rain hit Denver last night, submerging cars in water and triggering a mudslide. Firefighters received dozens of distress calls and some areas are reporting water more than two feet deep. Rahel Solomon of CBS affiliate KCNC reports.