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Start your day with award-winning co-hosts Gayle King, Norah O'Donnell, Bianna Golodryga and John Dickerson in Studio 57, as they bring you the most important headlines, intelligent conversations and world-class original reporting from around the world.

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Morning News: A government shutdown deadline is now just 3 days away. CBS says former chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves will not get the $120 million severance payment his contract called for.
16:04
A government shutdown deadline is now just 3 days away and budget talks have hit a wall. Why Republicans in Congress want the president to back off a demand for $5 billion to help build a border wall. The president's former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn goes to court in about an hour for his sentencing. Investors react to another market plunge over concerns about the economy and a trade war with China. CBS says former chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves will not get the $120 million severance payment his contract called for. The wife of a former U.S. Army commando charged with murder says she would welcome a pardon from President Trump. A woman from Yemen who wants to fly to California to visit her dying child is being denied entry to the U.S. because of a controversial travel ban.
Dec 18, 2018
Ray and Janay Rice speak out on why they stayed together and recent NFL assault incidents
47:04
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, hear former NFL player Ray Rice and his wife Janay entire conversation with "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King. In 2014, Rice was seen punching and knocking out his then-fiancee in an elevator. The Baltimore Ravens dropped him and Rice hasn't played professional football since. The two married just weeks after the incident and now have two children together. King sat down with the couple to discuss why they stayed together and how recent NFL assault incidents affected their lives.
Dec 18, 2018
The Economist Imagines the World in 2019
24:19
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBS News correspondent Elaine Quijano talks with Daniel Franklin, an executive editor at "The Economist," about their new issue called "The World in 2019." In the issue, writers makes predictions on potential news stories involving the economy, politics and social trends in the year ahead. Franklin shares details of his letter from the editor, which introduces a dozen topics that are likely to make headlines in the new year, from the ramp up to the 2020 election to continued economic growth to our modern global space race.
Dec 17, 2018
Morning News: Police in Colorado are offering a 25,000 dollar reward for information to help find missing mom. In Yemen, there could be a major move toward peace in a conflict the U.N. calls the world's greatest humanitarian crisis.
15:22
The U.S government could shut down on Friday over President Trump's fight to fund the border wall. We'll show you what it could mean for hundreds of thousands of government workers over the holidays. President Trump will not be interviewed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller for the Russia investigation, according to his lawyer Rudy Giuliani. And the White House cheers a federal court ruling calling Obamacare unconstitutional. We'll look at how the decision might affect your health care. Police in Colorado are offering a 25,000 dollar reward for information to help find missing mom, Kelsey Berreth. President Trump says he will review the controversial case of a former U.S. Army commando charged with murder. In Yemen, there could be a major move toward peace in a conflict the U.N. calls the world's greatest humanitarian crisis.
Dec 17, 2018
Morning News: New information ties President Trump to his campaign's efforts to silence women who claim they had sex with him. The Senate is calling for Saudi Arabia to face consequences for the killing of Jamal Khashoggi.
15:40
New information ties President Trump to his campaign's efforts to silence women who claim they had sex with him more than a decade ago. In an unprecedented rejection of presidential foreign policy, the Senate is calling for Saudi Arabia to face consequences for the killing of Washington Post contributor Jamal Khashoggi. Police in Indiana credit a phone tip for helping thwart a potential mass shooting at a school. Federal investigators are trying to figure out who made a wave of bomb threats across the U.S. and parts of Canada. CBS confirms it paid a secret, $9.5 million settlement to an actress this year, after she accused the star of the hit show "Bull" of harassment.
Dec 14, 2018
Electric violinist Lindsey Stirling on why it's Better to Come in Second
21:43
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBS News correspondent Jamie Wax talks with electric violinist, singer and dancer Lindsey Stirling about her Wanderland tour and holiday album, "Warmer in the Winter: Deluxe Edition." Stirling is a a two-time Billboard Award winner who grew her fanbase after reaching the quarter finals of "America's Got Talent" and later went on to place second on "Dancing With the Stars." She tells Jamie why not winning these competitions was key for her later success and why she wouldn't have a career if it weren't for the internet.
Dec 14, 2018
How Reba McEntire Became the Queen of Country Music
56:44
"CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell sits down with country music superstar Reba McEntire in Nashville to discuss her childhood on a cattle ranch, her rise to fame and her reaction to being named a Kennedy Center Honoree. Reba tells Norah about her career, which has spanned across music, Broadway, movies and television. She also talks about how her lyrics empower women - including herself - and why she says part of her job on earth is to "heal people's hearts."
Dec 13, 2018
Morning News: New details on the rescue of three people stranded in a West Virginia coal mine. The closest confidant to turn against President Trump is going to prison.
16:04
We're learning new details about the remarkable rescue of three people stranded for more than four days in a West Virginia coal mine. The closest confidant to turn against President Trump is going to prison. More than 25 million people in Texas are preparing for their second storm in one week. The military is investigating what caused a vintage fighter jet to slam into the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Hawaii. A Miami Beach police officer is asking for whistleblower protection, after releasing video of a fellow officer punching an unarmed man.
Dec 13, 2018
Morning News: A dramatic political standoff in Britain could bring down the government of America?s closest ally. An intense manhunt in France has turned up no sign of the gunman in what?s being called a terror attack.
15:47
A dramatic political standoff in Britain could bring down the government of America's closest ally today. An intense manhunt in France has turned up no sign of the gunman who killed at least two people in what's being called a terror attack. A desperate search is underway for three people believed to be trapped deep inside an abandoned West Virginia coal mine. President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen faces sentencing this morning. President Trump startled some lawmakers when he invited the two top Democrats in Congress to the Oval Office and told them he would shut down the government if he doesn't get funding for his promised border wall. New York prosecutors dropped charges against a mother arrested during a confrontation with police that caused a nationwide backlash.
Dec 12, 2018
Hall of Fame CBS Sports Broadcaster Verne Lundquist Shares Highlights of his Half-Century Career
29:29
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, "CBS This Morning Saturday" co-host Dana Jacobson talks to retired CBS Sports broadcaster Verne Lundquist, or "Uncle Verne" about his memoir, "Play By Play: Calling the Wildest Games in Sports - From SEC Football to College Basketball, The Masters, and More." From his early days as a sports anchor in Austin, Texas in the 1960s to his legendary work for CBS Sports beginning in 1982, Lundquist's career spanned more than 50 years and he provided play-by-play coverage for over 20 different sports. He shares his favorite sports memory and explains what he does and doesn't miss about his job now that he's retired.
Dec 12, 2018
Morning News: Millions of people across the south face another dangerous commute after a pre-winter storm. Police in New York are investigating a violent confrontation between officers and a mother holding her young child.
16:34
Millions of people across the south face another dangerous commute after a pre-winter storm over the weekend. Police in New York are investigating a violent confrontation between officers and a mother holding her young child. New research led by doctors from the University of North Carolina and the Institute of Cancer Research in London shows women who have babies may have a greater risk for breast cancer, compared to women without children. The family of a Colorado mother who vanished early three weeks ago is asking the public to help bring her home. A scathing new report finds one of the largest data breaches in U.S. history was entirely preventable.
Dec 11, 2018
Grammy Winner Alessia Cara on the Musical Remedy to Her Growing Pains
25:04
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Grammy winning artist Alessia Cara talks with "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King about her latest album, "The Pains Of Growing." She discusses the two-year songwriting process leading up to the album and what she's learned about herself since rising to fame after her debut album dropped in 2015. She talks about the inspiration behind some of her newer songs and how she combats criticism.
Dec 11, 2018
Morning News: A devastating weekend snowstorm has crippled parts of the southeast. President Trump is looking for a new chief of staff.
16:13
A devastating weekend snowstorm has crippled parts of the southeast. More than 230 thousand utility customers are blacked out after heavy ice and snow knocked down trees and power lines across the Carolinas and Virginia. The president tweeted last night he'll make a decision soon on who will replace the departing John Kelly. President Trump's own justice department accuses Mr. Trump of directing illegal payments during the 2016 presidential campaign. Investors are keeping a close eye on Tesla's stock this morning after CEO Elon Musk made controversial comments on last night's "60 Minutes."
Dec 10, 2018
David Martin Celebrates 35 Years as a CBS News Correspondent
18:59
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBS national security correspondent David Martin looks back on his 35 years of reporting for CBS with senior national correspondent Jim Axelrod. Martin discusses how his time serving in the Navy during the Vietnam War inspired him to pursue a career in journalism, how he got - and almost lost - his first job as a CBS news researcher in 1969 and what he says is the sign of a great on-air correspondent.
Dec 10, 2018
The Man Responsible for the Grammy Nomination and Award Ceremony
21:11
How did The Recording Academy narrow down over 21,000 Grammy entries? Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, senior vice president Bill Freimuth joins CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers to discuss the nomination process and ensuring diversity.
Dec 07, 2018
Morning News: More than 50 million Americans will find themselves in the path of a huge weekend storm. President Trump announces his pick for Attorney General and U.N. Ambassador.
16:01
More than 50 million Americans will find themselves in the path of a huge weekend storm. Already in California, record-breaking rain sent this plane skidding off the runway, with 117 people on-board. We'll show you where the dangerous weather is headed. Actor Kevin Hart steps down from hosting the Oscars just two days after it was announced he had the job. How backlash over resurfaced homophobic tweets forced the Academy to give the comedian an ultimatum. A top executive of Chinese telecom giant Huawei will have a bail hearing in Canada later today amid new tensions between Beijing and Washington. Five marines are still missing at sea this morning after a deadly mid-air collision off the coast of Japan. President Trump confirmed minutes ago he's made his choices to be Attorney General and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. Peace talks aimed at ending nearly four years of civil war in Yemen are underway in Sweden. After a week of tributes and national remembrance, former President George H. W. Bush is now in his final resting place in his adopted home state of Texas.
Dec 07, 2018
Bringing Music to Skid Row
25:29
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, violinist and social justice advocate Vijay Gupta joins CBS News correspondent DeMarco Morgan to discuss the power of music and how it saved his life. A 2018 MacArthur Genius Grant Fellow, Gupta started performing at 5 years old and would go on to becoming the youngest violinist at the Los Angeles Philharmonic. He discusses what motivated him to perform for the homeless and mentally ill on Skid Row through his not-for-profit "Street Symphony."
Dec 06, 2018
Morning News: At least one U.S. Marine has died in Japan after a mid-air collision. U.S.A. Gymnastics is filing for bankruptcy protection
16:16
At least one Marine is dead and five are missing after two U.S. military planes collide in mid-air off the coast of Japan. We're tracking the search mission that's already found one crew member alive. Texas says goodbye to President George H. W. Bush today. A developing storm system will bring coast-to-coast rain and snow over the next several days. U.S.A. Gymnastics is filing for bankruptcy protection, as it faces about 100 lawsuits over its handling of the Larry Nassar sex-abuse scandal. An alarming new study shows countries are releasing a record amount of greenhouse gases that contribute to global warming.
Dec 06, 2018
President George H. W. Bush's grandchildren remember their Gampy
23:42
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, hear co-host Norah O'Donnell entire conversation with President George H. W. Bush's grandchildren Lauren and Pierce Bush. They discuss the letters Bush would write to his family, the best advice he ever gave them, his sock collection and Sully, the dog. Pierce, who was in the room when his grandfather died on Friday, recounts Bush's finally moments and the unconditional love he showed to his family.
Dec 05, 2018
Morning News: The nation honors President George H.W. Bush with a state funeral this morning. A security guard is under arrest in Costa Rica in connection to the disappearance of a tourist from Florida.
16:04
The nation will honor President George H.W. Bush this morning with a state funeral that will bring together every living president, world leaders, and the Bush family. We'll have all the details of this morning's service. Special Counsel Robert Mueller is recommending no jail time for President Trump's former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. A report this morning says CBS's former chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves tried to destroy evidence and mislead investigators looking into sexual misconduct allegations against him. A security guard is under arrest in Costa Rica in connection to the disappearance of a tourist from Florida.
Dec 05, 2018