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The team discovers that the two cases they have been investigating are the work of the same murderer.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security issued a warning that terrorists may attempt to sneak explosives on-board planes by hiding materials inside tubes of toothpaste or skin care products. CBS News senior security contributor and former Deputy Director of the CIA Mike Morell tells the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about efforts to keep the competition safe.
Tech companies are among the groups heading to Washington, DC, to help create voluntary guidelines on facial recognition technology and privacy. "60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl reports on its impact. Then, Tim Stevens, editor at large for CNET, talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the issue.
Beatles Week continues with Lenny Kravitz's performance of "Get Back."
Hotchner tries to find out more information about the special case that was the cause of JJ's disappearance.
Mark Obama Ndesandjo discusses his new book with INSIDE EDITION, in which he details his relationship with his half-brother, President Barack Obama.
Pressed by Rep. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., Douglas Elmendorf, the head of the Congressional Budget Office, says the Affordable Care Act will increase the demand for labor.
Florida football head coach Will Muschamp joins our CBS Sports Network panel to talk about the Gators incoming class.
Thursday's special guest is Kunal Nayyar!
This Valentine's, it's a week of love, romance, and excitement. We're turning up the heat, during Valentine's Week. Only CBS Daytime