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Spotlight team investigates FAA's outdated plane registration systemA new investigation reveals a web of secrecy that can make it impossible to identify the owner of a plane, raising concerns that FAA's lax system is an invitation for criminals, corrupt politicians, and even terrorists. CBS News transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave spoke with reporters from the Boston Globe Spotlight team about their shocking findings.
Republicans face resistance in last-ditch effort to repeal and replace ObamacareA new CBS News poll finds most Americans do not support the latest GOP-led effort to overhaul Obamacare. This comes as more top Republicans are backing away from the Graham-Cassidy bill. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes takes us through the latest developments on Capitol Hill.
Church usher praised for confronting gunman in deadly shootingRobert Caleb Engle credited with saving "countless lives," police say
Woman bitten 3 times by copperhead snake at restaurantRachel Myrick was bitten three times by a copperhead snake that got into the foyer at LongHorn Steakhouse
Jim Parsons and Iain Armitage talk CBS' "Young Sheldon"Actor Jim Parsons has brought Sheldon Cooper to life for the past 10 years on "The Big Bang Theory." Now, Parsons is also behind the camera as an executive producer and narrator of a new show called "Young Sheldon," starring Iain Armitage. Parsons and Armitage join "CBS This Morning" to discuss the new series.
"Teach Us All" documentary explores education inequalitySixty years ago today, nine black students entered an all-white high school in Little Rock, Arkansas. The new documentary "Teach Us All" honors the Little Rock Nine. It explores how educational inequality still plagues the U.S. six decades later. Bianna Golodryga spoke to director Sonia Lowman and backer Ava DuVernay about the film.

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Heroics on the playing field at Invictus GamesThe Invictus Games are underway in Toronto. Prince Harry created the sports competition for wounded veterans. He made his first public appearance with American girlfriend Meghan Markle at the opening of this year's games over the weekend. Jeff Glor reports.
Airbnb CEO on locals offering "experiences," international expansionAirbnb provides a worldwide online platform to connect guests with private room and home rentals. Founded in 2008, the company is now valued at more than $30 billion. Airbnb plans expand its platform to include online restaurant reservations and local sight-seeing opportunities. The company is announcing more than 150 new experiences in New York City. Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his company's success and its path forward.
Wounded veterans command the spotlight at Invictus GamesWith royalty in attendance, more than 500 athletes from 17 countries take to the field at sports competition in Toronto
Uber CEO apologizes to London users for company's mistakes"We won't be perfect, but we will listen to you... and we will run our business with humility, integrity and passion," he says
North Korea stages massive anti-America rallyNorth Korea is trying to convince other governments to condemn President Trump for vowing to "totally destroy" the regime in his United Nations speech. The country sent a letter to foreign parliaments calling the president's threat an "intolerable insult." Ben Tracy reports.
After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico airport looks like a shelterPuerto Rico's governor is calling on the Pentagon for more help after Hurricane Maria devastated much of the island. David Begnaud reports from Carolina, Puerto Rico.

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