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May 10, 2019
Morning News: The U.S. increases tariffs on Chinese goods overnight. Uber goes public.
Heavy rain in Houston turns roads into rivers and knocks out power to thousands of homes. Nearly 40 people were stranded on just one highway. American businesses and consumers will pay more for many Chinese imports, after the U.S. increased tariffs on $200 billion worth of goods overnight. Tensions continue to rise between North Korea and the U.S. We're learning more about a stark warning to a Colorado charter school months before this week's deadly shooting. People who enjoy riding in Uber cars can now buy shares in the company for the first time.
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15 min
May 10, 2019
Sci-fi Author Blake Crouch: What if you could rewrite your life?
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, science fiction author Blake Crouch joins "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor to discuss his forthcoming book "Recursion." Known for the "Wayward Pines" trilogy and "Dark Matter," Crouch explains how his books are a form of therapy in reverse. Set for release in June, "Recursion" examines the possibility of manipulating our memories; and has already been picked up by Netflix and Shonda Rhimes. Crouch also shares his writing process and why last portion of "Recursion" was thrown out and rewritten.
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18 min
May 9, 2019
Morning News: North Korea fired suspected short-range ballistic missiles overnight. Pope Francis issued a groundbreaking law to combat sex abuse in the church.
We have breaking news from North Korea, which fired two or three suspected short-range ballistic missiles overnight. President Trump's power struggle with Congress is now including his oldest son. Pope Francis issued a groundbreaking new law to combat sex abuse in the church. One of the students who helped end the Colorado school shooting is calling the attackers "cowards," and praising a friend who died confronting one of them. Another major storm is threatening to bring more rain and flooding to the already soaked Southeast. Prince Harry is in the Netherlands, promoting the Invictus Games for wounded warriors, while his wife Meghan Markle stays with their newborn son, Archie.
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17 min
May 9, 2019
Blood Oath: Linda Fairstein Releases 20th Alexandra Cooper Novel
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBS News Legal Analyst Rikki Klieman talks with best-selling author Linda Fairstein about her new novel, "Blood Oath." It's the latest installment of Fairstein's series featuring main character Alexandra Cooper, Assistant District Attorney of the Manhattan Sex Crimes Unit. Fairstein, who's the former chief of the Sex Crimes Unit of the Manhattan's DA office, explains how she draws inspiration from her experience of working as one of few women in her department. Plus, she talks about exploring the tunnels beneath New York City's mysterious Rockefeller University, the common thread of Final Jeopardy in all her books and her decades-long friendship with Klieman, who was also a lawyer in Manhattan.
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23 min
May 8, 2019
Toostie's Lilli Cooper on her first Tony nomination
Only on the “CBS This Morning” podcast, Tony-nominated actress Lilli Cooper discusses playing the role of Julie Nichols in the Tony-nominated musical "Tootsie" with CBS News contributor Jamie Wax. From her dressing room at the Marquis Theatre, Cooper shares how the character, previously played by Jessica Lange in the 1982 motion picture, has been modernized. Cooper also discusses following in her father's footsteps and diversity on Broadway.
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21 min
May 8, 2019
Morning News: A Colorado community is reeling after a school shooting. A new report claims Pres. Trump's businesses lost a billion dollars from 1985-1994.
One of the two students accused of killing a classmate and wounding eight others inside a Colorado charter school is due in court this morning. More than 32 million Americans are under a severe weather threat this morning, as a powerful storm sweeps across the south. A new report claims President Trump's businesses were bleeding red ink while he bragged about "the art of the deal." Iran said overnight it will stop complying with some parts of the nuclear deal, one year to the day after President Trump walked away from the landmark agreement. A North Carolina appeals court says a white man serving a life sentence for a racially motivated killing deserves a new trial.
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16 min
May 7, 2019
Morning News: Georgia passes one of the most restrictive and controversial anti-abortion laws in the country. Alarming new report highlights the problem of opioid addiction among healthcare professionals.
The U.S. accuses China of backtracking on critical trade talks that will impact consumers, farmers and companies across the entire U.S. The desperate search for a four-year-old girl in Houston, after her stepfather says two men attacked him and kidnapped her. Georgia Governor Brain Kemp signs one of the most restrictive and controversial anti-abortion laws in the country. Investigators are looking into the deadly crash of a private jet on a flight from Las Vegas. We're learning more about the American who was among 41 people killed in a fiery plane crash in Russia. Two reporters in Myanmar who just shared a Pulitzer Prize are free this morning after more than a year in jail. An alarming new report highlights the problem of opioid addiction among healthcare professionals. Fans of Britain's royal family around the world are celebrating its newest addition.
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16 min
May 7, 2019
Author Chris Pavone on Writing Smart Thrillers
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Chris Pavone joins "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor to discuss his new novel, "The Paris Diversion." The plot takes place over the course of single day in Paris in the wake of terrorist attacks around the city. Pavone tells Glor he wanted to capture the anxiety in a city following an attack, something he experienced in New York during the months after 9/11. He explains his approach to writing "smart" thrillers, which feature credible characters in situations that seem plausible. Plus, he shares his approach to writing while parenting young kids, bringing back the main character of his debut novel and why he finds espionage stories fascinating.
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17 min
May 6, 2019
Morning News: The U.S. is making a new military move to challenge Iran. Major changes are coming to CBS News.
Here at CBS News, we're announcing some major changes today. Norah O'Donnell has been named anchor and managing editor of the "CBS Evening News." John Dickerson will join "60 Minutes" as a correspondent. Anthony Mason and Tony Dokoupil will join Gayle King as co-anchors of "CBS This Morning." The U.S. is making a new military move to challenge Iran, sending more forces to the Middle East in repsonse to potential threats against Ameican troops in the region. A ceasefire appears to be holding between Israel and Palestinian militants in Gaza after one of the worst outbreaks of violence there in five years. Russian investigators said overnight they've recovered the black boxes from the jetliner that made a deadly emergency landing in Moscow.
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16 min
May 6, 2019
NYT Columnist David Brooks on Conquering Life's Mountains
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, New York Times op-ed columnist David Brooks joins co-host Gayle King to discuss his new book, "The Second Mountain: The Quest for a Moral Life." Brooks explains how in life, we face two mountains -- the first is our climb toward personal success and the second is when we learn to live for our relationships to lead more fulfilled lives. He shares the personal struggles and isolation that prompted him to face life's second mountain. Plus, hear why Brooks says we shouldn?t simply tell recent grads to "follow their dreams."
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21 min
May 4, 2019
Morning News: The most powerful cyclone in years batters India. A man who plotted to bomb New York City could walk free within days.
The most powerful cyclone in years batters India's Northeast coast overnight. A man who plotted to bomb New York City subways could walk free from custody within days. Tensions are rising again between House Democrats and the White House, with President Trump saying he will not let former White House counsel Don McGahn testify to Congress. Border patrol agents in South Texas are searching for three missing migrants, two of them children, after their raft capsized while crossing the Rio Grande. For the first time, a pharmaceutical executive was found guilty in a case linked to the nation's opioid crisis. Facebook's design to ban several high-profile extremists from Facebook and Instagram is drawing both praise and outrage.
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16 min
May 3, 2019
Morning News: The most powerful cyclone in years batters India. A man who plotted to bomb New York City could walk free within days.
The most powerful cyclone in years batters India's Northeast coast overnight. A man who plotted to bomb New York City subways could walk free from custody within days. Tensions are rising again between House Democrats and the White House, with President Trump saying he will not let former White House counsel Don McGahn testify to Congress. Border patrol agents in South Texas are searching for three missing migrants, two of them children, after their raft capsized while crossing the Rio Grande. For the first time, a pharmaceutical executive was found guilty in a case linked to the nation's opioid crisis. Facebook's design to ban several high-profile extremists from Facebook and Instagram is drawing both praise and outrage.
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17 min
May 3, 2019
Screenwriter Alex Michaelides on How Therapy Informed His Best-Selling Novel
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, screenwriter Alex Michaelides talks with CBS News' Demarco Morgan about his debut novel, "The Silent Patient." Michaelides, who has written scripts for films starring Uma Thurman and Rosamund Pike, explains why screenwriting can be a "heartbreaking process" and why writing this novel was more gratifying. He also discusses how what he saw and experienced as a volunteer in a psychiatric unit made its way into his book, which explores how and if people recover from trauma. He shares how therapy helped him heal from his own childhood trauma, plus how our voices give us agency in seemingly powerless situations and the role Greek mythology played into the novel.
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15 min
May 2, 2019
Morning News: Senate questions Atty. General Barr will not testify before House. Dangerous storms hit the Midwest.
Attorney General William Barr is not testifying before the House Judiciary Committee as scheduled, heating up an already tense dispute with congressional Democrats. More dangerous storms are raking the middle of the country this morning. We're learning more about the heroic student who gave his life to save others during the deadly shooting at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. CBS News confirms the Department of Homeland Security will begin unprecedented DNA testing at the border with Mexico as soon as next week.
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16 min
May 2, 2019
Melinda Gates: Empowering Women Changes the World
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Melinda Gates joins co-host Gayle King to discuss her new book "The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World." In the book, Gates writes about her work around the world to ensure women have their full voice, their full decision-making capability and their full power in the home, community and work place. Gates explains the basic human rights we often take for granted in the United States, including the ability to go to school, earn an income, divorce a spouse and drive a car. She also shares the process of gaining equality in her own marriage, parenting respectful children and her journey toward accepting the word "feminist."
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25 min
May 1, 2019
Morning News: Senate questions Atty. General Barr's response to the Mueller report. A vigil is planned after a gunman opened fire at UNC-Charlotte.
Attorney General William Barr will face tough new questions about his response to the Mueller report at a Senate hearing. Judiciary committee members want to know why Special Counsel Robert Mueller told the attorney general he was frustrated with Barr's original summary of the report. A vigil is planned today at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte, where a gunman killed two people and wounded four others. Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido is calling for new demonstrations today, after a day of violent street protests. More than 14 million Americans are being threatened by a powerful and destructive weather system that stretches from Texas to Arkansas. Flood warnings are in effect this morning for areas along nearly the entire Mississippi River, as heavy rain continues to hit the Mississippi Valley.
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16 min
May 1, 2019
Pharrell Williams on his love for Virginia, being a dad and making music
Only on the “CBS This Morning” podcast, hear co-host Gayle King’s full conversation with 12-time Grammy winner Pharrell Williams. The producer, rapper, and songwriter discusses the inaugural music festival that took place in his hometown of Virginia Beach last weekend. Raised less than a few miles from the festival, Pharrell shares what makes the folks who come from the state so special. He also discusses his musical success and becoming a parent.
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27 min
April 30, 2019
Morning News: A former soldier is accused of planning mass murder. Tributes pour in for groundbreaking director John Singleton.
A U.S. Army veteran is being held without bail, accused of plotting an attack in California to avenge the killing of Muslims. Intelligence officials tell CBS News they believe a new recording from the shadowy leader of ISIS is authentic. The 19-year-old nursing student accused of killing one person and wounding three others at a synagogue is now charged with a hate crime. President Trump is about to meet with top Democrats for the first time in months as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority leader Chuck Schumer want to discuss a "big and bold" infrastructure bill. Former Vice President Joe Biden heads to Iowa this morning after launching his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination. Tributes are pouring in for groundbreaking director John Singleton.
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15 min
April 30, 2019
'Hedwig and the Angry Inch' Creator John Cameron Mitchell On Ambitious New Musical Podcast
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, John Cameron Mitchell, creator of the stage and film hit "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" joins CBS News' Jamie Wax to discuss his new musical podcast, "Anthem." In the semi-autobiographical audio series, Mitchell's character grapples with his regrets, triumphs and guilt in the wake of a brain tumor. Mitchell explains how the project was partially inspired by losses in his life, including the death of his boyfriend in 2004. The 10-episode premiere season, "Homunculus," is available on the new subscription podcast platform, Luminary. Mitchell also discusses how most of his success has stemmed from rejection, the challenges of working as a publicly gay actor during the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s, and the benefits and drawbacks of living in a digital world.
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25 min
April 29, 2019
Morning News: A gunman motivated by hate opens fire at a synagogue during Passover. Two tent cities will open along the southern border this week.
A student accused in the latest deadly attack on Jewish Americans allegedly was inspired by other attacks on Jews and Muslims. The gunman killed one person ad wounded three others inside a Southern California synagogue on Saturday night. Two people who were injured in the attack, 8-year-old Noya Dahan and her uncle Almog Peretz, are telling their stories. Seattle's mayor says it is a miracle that a mother and her baby girl survived a deadly crane collapse at Google's new campus on Saturday. Two tent cities will open along the southern border this week in response to a record-breaking surge of migrants crossing from Mexico. This morning, federal regulators and Congress are reviewing potential whistle blower reports about the approval process for Boeing's 737 Max jet.
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16 min
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