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Making space in hospitals for kids with chronic illnesses

The idea of being stuck in a hospital room for weeks at a time is among the many challenges for children living with chronic illnesses. But Jim Axelrod reports how one hospital is helping solve this problem.

Spike in synthetic marijuana overdoses

Hospitals around the country have seen a severe spike in synthetic marijuana overdoses. The American Association of Poison Control Centers says more than 1,900 calls related to synthetic pot have been made since the start of this year. Jericka Duncan reports.

Florida frat suspended after harassment allegations

After allegations that members of University of Florida's Zeta Beta Tau fraternity shouted insults and spat at veterans, the school suspended the fraternity. This is the latest trouble to unfold in Panama City Beach, Florida. Vicente Arenas reports.

Nepal earthquake puts American first-responders on alert

After a massive earthquake struck Nepal, the U.S. government put dozens of American first-responders on alert. Some awaiting orders to go to Nepal are in Los Angeles. Carter Evans reports.

Why did Comcast pull the plug on Time Warner Cable deal?

It was a $45 billion deal that faced high regulatory hurdles. But now that Comcast has pulled the plug on its plan to buy Time Warner Cable, a lot of questions remain. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger sheds light on Comcast’s decision.

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