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The day after the true identity of assumed ISIS executioner Jihadi John was revealed, some really important questions continue to be unanswered – the very firstprimarily being, where is he now and how and when will he be brought to justice? However of equal, if not higher long-term value, the British government needshas to answer questions about how he handled– in spite of a minimum of five years of monitoring by security services– to reach ISIS territory.Drones On the heels

of releasing new suggested rules on drones, the Federal Aeronautics Administration is worried about a remarkable increase in the variety of unmanned airplane flying near planes, CBS News has learned. Correspondent Jeff Pegues reports with a story youll see only on CBS This Morning.Guns on school Theres a brand-new push to let university student bring guns to school, with legislators

in 13 states thinking about so-called campus carry bills. Advocates believe armed students could stop violent crimes like college sexual assaults however, as CBS News Correspondent Michelle Miller reports, the controversy is dividing students. Neutrality wars The FCC ruling that the Internet will be managed as a typical carrier was a victory for net neutrality supporters, however is just the opening shot in what will be long battle in the courts and Congress. Here is what to expect next. Protecting the base CPAC, the biggest gathering of conservatives all year, brought the GOP A-list to Washington, DC a complete 21 months prior to the next

presidential election. CBS News contributor Nancy Cordes reports lots of likely Republican governmental hopefuls were among them, making their cases and illustrating their targets.Social cleric US authorities are tracking a man they say is influencing ISIS followers from his home in Michigan– utilizing social media sites to influence jihad. CBS News contributor Jeff Pegues reports Ahmad Musa Jibril is a Palestinian-American cleric whose extremist views caught the interest of United States law enforcement.Environmental celebrities A 22-year fight in between environmental activists and oil huge Chevron(CVX)over pollution in the Amazon jungle took an odd turn this week, with a New york city public relations firm includedassociated with the fight filing fit starlet Sharon Stone.DC pot Adam Eidinger didnt waste any time. As quickly as leisure cannabis ended up being legal in the District of Columbia yesterday, the guy who led the effort welcomed the press over to view as he smoked a joint at his DC house. In November, district voters extremely approved Effort 71,

which permits adults to grow up to 6 plants and lug as much as two ounces of pot. Its still unlawful to offer the drug or smoke it outdoors. However, CBS News correspondent Julianna Goldman reports, some Republicans in Congress say its all against the law.White or blue?A concern presented about the color of an outfit nearly caused the fabric of the Internet to untangle Thursday night, with people participated in spirited debate over the color of the $80 product. CBS News correspondent Elaine Quijano reports the dress-gate controversy started on a Tumblr page and acquired over 20 million views on Buzzfeed. Top NewsWorld United States blog writer hacked to death in Bangladesh Both sides in Ukraine conflict start pulling back weapons ISIS video shows militants smashing ancient Iraqi artifacts Politics Homeland Security financing showdown averted for now?Sen. Jim Inhofe rejects environment change, tosses snowball in Congress Missouri gubernatorial candidate dead in apparent suicide United States Moms and dads of slain journalist

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