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Norwegian Air has been called the "Walmart of air travel." It flies to 134 destinations in 38 countries with transatlantic fares at half the price of other airlines. Jeff Pegues reports on why some American pilots don't want Norwegian spreading its wings any further.
In Christmas greeting, pontiff delivers withering criticism of Roman Curia, which runs the Holy See, as an organization suffering from "spiritual Alzheimer's"
The New Jersey governor says that before the U.S. and Cuba restore diplomatic relations, President Obama should demand the return of an American fugitive. Margaret Brennan reports on the story of Joanne Chesimard, an accused cop killer who found asylum in Cuba.
"In the Grip of the Law" brings together convicted militants and those affected by their terrorist acts; human rights groups question the airing of detainee confessions
Former CIA deputy director and CBS News senior security contributor Mike Morell joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the U.S. response to the Sony hacking.
Judge orders King Felipe's sister to stand trial along with her husband

Elton John ties the knot

British singer songwriter Sir Elton John married David Furnish over the weekend after the U.K legalized same-sex marriage in March 2014. And Amy Adams stars as an unsung artist who helped deceive the art world. Wendy Gillette has that and more in your Eye on Entertainment.
A new study examines the effects of maternal depression on teenagers. And, Americans are doing a little bit better staying out of the bakery aisle. Eboni Williams has a look at the day's top health stories.
And warns against suggesting Beijing played a role; Pyongyang threatens to strike "the whole U.S. mainland, that cesspool of terrorism"
Security Council taking up Pyongyang's human rights record for first time; North calls those who aided probe "human scum"

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