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A roughly ten-square-meter section of the ceiling and supporting timber fell on the audience of a London theater Thursday night. The collapse injured nearly 80 people and panicked the entire audience. CBS News correspondent Charlie D'Agata reports from outside the theater in London.
Follow Jerry Miller as he visits AT&T Stadium to challenge America's team to a popcorn pound-down and the cowboy's faithful get a visit from "Mocker" Tailgate Ranger. For more, go to http://www.fansportslive.com/show/tailgate-fan/
Founded by an ex-Marine two years ago, "Duffel Blog" now attracts about 10,000 visitors a day, including high-ranking members of the military. David Martin reports.
When the renowned driver was killed in a 2001 race, his car – No. 3 - was retired. But now team owner Richard Childress has decided the number will return early next year with Childress's grandson at the wheel. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
Massive sheets of ice are covering the Great Lakes much earlier than usual this year. Crews are working to break up the ice so cargo and cruise ships can travel on the Great Lakes. Dean Reynolds reports.
The New Zealand singer-songwriter sits down for an exclusive Live on Letterman interview.
Rev. Frank Schaefer married his son to another man six years ago. Although he was defrocked Thursday, he defended his actions saying his love for his son was more important than church rules. CBS News correspondent Terrell Brown reports.
Wall Street Journal contributor Jennifer Wallace and New York Times science columnist John Tierney join the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss giving your friends and family year-end reviews. For more information, see Wallace’s <a href="http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702304744304579250110157147496" target="_blank">essay</a> in the Wall Street Journal.
Highlights from Dave's monologue for December 19, 2013.
We discovered the bluegrass link between Avicii's "Hey Brother" and Mumford & Sons: the 'Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?' Soundtrack. This mini-documentary traces the roots of bluegrass in pop, rock and how it fell out of favor with modern country music. For music news and album release info, go to http://news.radio.com