The Zeta drug cartel, Mexico's most notorious drug organization, allegedly laundered millions of dollars a month in the U.S. using racehorses. We'll talk to New York Times reporter Ginger Thompson about the issue. Plus, is a beetle contributing to the massive forest fires in the West? And today, the agency that manages names on the internet, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, plans to increase the number of web address endings. In the not-so-distant future, you could see websites that end in .google or .pizza. Parents don't usually own up to playing favorites among their children, but that doesn't mean it doesn't happen. New research from the University of Michigan shows that parents play favorites a lot more than they think. And Luke Burbank is back with the awesome and not awesome news of the week.