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A half-century after President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the landmark Civil Rights Act, CBS News' chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer hosted a symposium on Americans' historic fight against segregation, and the continuing struggle for equal rights for all. Among Schieffer's guests discussing racism in the United States and the future of equality are relatives of three civil rights workers murdered in Mississippi in 1964; advocates Harry Belafonte, Rep. John Lewis and Evan Wolfson; historian Taylor Branch; CBS Sports broadcaster James Brown; actors Whoopi Goldberg and Rosie Perez; and Brooklyn Nets player Jason Collins.
A passenger on Sunwing Airlines Flight 772 claimed to have a bomb and made threats against Canada. The flight turned back to Toronto with two U.S. F-16s shadowing it as it flew back into Canadian airspace. Bob Orr reports.
The U.S. and Ukraine are accusing Russia of launching artillery attacks on Ukrainian troops from Russian soil and preparing to move more heavy weapons over the border. Over the past two weeks, half a dozen artillery barrages have already been fired from southern Russia. David Martin reports.
President Obama urges lawmakers not to shirk their duty to address the flood of unaccompanied children crossing the U.S.-Mexico border before they leave for their August recess.
Bradley Cooper talks about the Game of Thrones finale.
Back to back commercial flight failures are putting travelers on edge. William Mcgee, a FAA licensed aircraft dispatcher, still confirms aviation is the safest form of transportation. Dean Reynolds reports.
The deal, brokered by Secretary of State John Kerry, would guarantee a much-needed break in the conflict as it enters its 18th day. Scott Pelley reports.
Kenny Rogers will be honored with an exhibit in Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame starting next month. The performer, who has sold more than 100 million records, joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts.
Time-lapse video shows the construction of the new Hornets basketball court at the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, N.C.
See what's coming up on The Young and The Restless.
JP Aerospace specializes in launching everyday items into space without using a rocket. Its most recent project features Japanese plant art suspended above Earth. KOVR-TV's Anjali Hemphill reports.
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Craig gives Bradley Cooper the idea of having his own fragrance.
Lawn pesticides and weed treatments are commonplace during the summertime, but some doctors are becoming more concerned with their health risks. Vinita Nair reports.
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