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Start your day with award-winning co-hosts Gayle King, Norah O'Donnell 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: What's next for the president after release of Mueller report? Tomorrow marks 20 years since the Columbine shooting.
Republicans say it is time to put the Russia investigation in the past. Democrats have a different plan, now that Robert Mueller's report is out in public. Attorney General Barr denied yesterday that the special counsel intended to let Congress decide the unresolved issue of obstruction. Nearly 45 million Americans are in the path of a deadly storm system that's been tearing through the southern plains for three days. People in Littleton, Colorado will hold a vigil tonight, the eve of the twentieth anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting.
Apr 19, 2019
Columbine: Author Dave Cullen reflects 20 years later
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, "Columbine" author Dave Cullen joins "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor to discuss what has changed in the 20 years since two students entered a Colorado high school and opened fire, killing 12 students and one teacher. At the time, it was the deadliest shooting at a high school in the United States. As one of the first reporters on the scene, Cullen explains how schools, law enforcement and the media have changed their practices since Columbine. Earlier this year, Cullen published "Parkland: Birth of a Movement." He explains how reactions from both those affected by mass shootings and society as a whole have evolved as these tragedies happen more frequently. Plus, hear why Cullen says our understanding of teen depression was the biggest lesson learned from Columbine.
Apr 19, 2019
Morning News: A.G. Barr to release redacted Mueller Report. North Korea demands U.S. remove Secretary of State from talks over nuclear program.
Attorney General William Barr will release a redacted version of Robert Mueller's report on Russian election interference. North Korea is demanding the U.S. remove Secretary of State Mike Pompeo from talks over its nuclear program. A man is in custody this morning after trying to enter the historic St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York, carrying gas cans and lighters. Severe thunderstorms are hitting the deep south this morning after causing hail, heavy rain and tornadoes in the southern plains. Schools in the Denver area are reopening this morning, after the end of a massive search for a teenager who may have been planning an attack.
Apr 18, 2019
'To Live and Die in LA' Podcast Explores a Missing Person Case in Real Time
Only on the “CBS This Morning” podcast, journalist and “Rolling Stone” contributing editor Neil Strauss joins CBS News’ Anne-Marie Green to discuss his investigation into the disappearance of 25-year-old aspiring actress Adea Shabani. On his true crime podcast, “To Live and Die in LA,” Strauss takes on the role of pseudo-private investigator as he explores Shabani’s case in real time. He shares the impact the case has had on him and the death threats he’s received from people who don’t want the story told.
Apr 18, 2019
Morning News: A woman is under arrest for threatening Denver schools. Plans are being made to rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral.
A young woman accused of threatening Denver schools is under arrest after a search that lasted through the night. Forecasters are warning more than 32 million Americans to watch out for severe weather today in the southern plains. As we wait for the expected release of the redacted Mueller report tomorrow, the Justice Department has ruled that illegal immigrants who apply for asylum in the U.S. must be detained while their cases are considered. Plans are already being made to rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, less than 48 hours after it was devastated by fire. A new accuser is coming forward in the high-profile case against billionaire investor Jeffrey Epstein. The rapid spread of measles is prompting newer and stronger measures from health officials across the country.
Apr 17, 2019
‘Breakthrough’ Director Wants to Start a Conversation about Faith and Community
Only on the “CBS This Morning” podcast, Roxann Dawson, director of the new film “Breakthrough,” discusses the remarkable true story of a 14-year-old’s miraculous recovery after falling through an icy lake and his mother’s unfaltering faith. Talking with CBS News’ Reena Ninan, Dawson says she hopes the movie will open up a conversation about the power of faith, prayer and community. Dawson explains how directing her first motion picture compared to directing popular television series like “This is Us,” “The Americans” and “House of Cards.” She also discusses diversity in Hollywood and working with “Breakthrough” stars Chrissy Metz and Topher Grace. Plus, Dawson shares what’s next including directing a Me Too themed episode of Apple TV’s upcoming series “The Morning Show” starring Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston.
Apr 17, 2019
Morning News: Flames brought down the spire and much of the roof at Notre Dame Cathedral. The Mueller report will go public on Thursday.
One of the great symbols of Paris and all of Western civilization is still standing after a fire nearly destroyed it. Flames brought down the spire and much of the roof at Notre Dame Cathedral yesterday, at the start of Holy Week. Paris' deputy mayor for tourism and sports, Jean-Francois Martins, joins us from Paris City Hall. Robert Mueller's final report on the Russia investigation will go public on Thursday. The ACLU says it will go to federal court today to push the government to find and reunite families separated at the border more quickly. The World Health Organization says measles cases rose 300 percent worldwide in the first three months of 2019, compared with the same period last year.
Apr 16, 2019
Author Harlan Coben on Writing Endings That We Don't See Coming
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, author Harlan Coben joins co-host Gayle King to discuss his newest novel, "Run Away." The book opens with main character Simon Greene sitting in the Strawberry Fields area of Central Park when he sees his missing daughter playing a John Lennon song on guitar. When he tries to rescue his daughter, everything goes wrong. Coben tells Gayle how he keeps the reader wondering what's going to happen next and how he was able to weave topics such as cults, viral videos and genetic testing into the story. He also discusses his five-year deal with Netflix, writing in the back of Ubers, and how - 31 books later - it's still surreal to see his latest work published.
Apr 16, 2019
Morning News: Tiger Woods stuns the sports world, winning his fifth Masters Championship. Severe weather slams the Northeast, South and Midwest.
Tiger Woods walked away yesterday with a glorious victory, outlasting some of the world's best golfers, to win by one shot. Hundreds of thousands of people are waking up without power, as a deadly storm system barrels across the Northeast. The White House insists a proposal to send asylum-seekers to so-called sanctuary cities is not an attempt at political revenge. One of the first Muslim women to serve in Congress, Democrat Ilhan Omar, says she has faced an increase in death threats following a controversial tweet by President Trump.
Apr 15, 2019
Join the Wolfpack: Abby Wambach's New Book is a Rallying Cry for Women
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, soccer star Abby Wambach joins co-host Norah O'Donnell to discuss her new book, "Wolfpack: How to Come Together, Unleash Our Power, and Change the Game." The co-captain of the 2015 U.S. Women's World Cup champion team and two-time Olympic gold medalist urges women to make failure their fuel, lead from the bench and demand the ball. She tells Norah about the TED Talk that inspired the title of her book, along with the eight rules she offers to empower women and why achieving work-life balance is an impossible goal.
Apr 15, 2019
Morning News: A vicious spring snowstorm is winding down. City of Chicago sues 'Empire' actor Jussie Smollett
Julian Assange plans to fight efforts to extradite him from Britain and put him on trial in the U.S. Why the WikiLeaks founder is accused of helping and encouraging the stealing of secrets, while his supporters call him a truth- teller. A vicious spring snowstorm is winding down, leaving a terrible toll in the northern Plains and upper Midwest. The city of Chicago sues "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett, demanding he pay three times the cost of investigating an alleged fake attack on himself. How the lawsuit could uncover sealed information from that investigation. Celebrity lawyer Michael Avenatti denies new allegations that he stole millions of dollars from his clients. Results out overnight show students at Georgetown University support paying reparations to help atone for the school's past. Tens of thousands of fans turned out for a celebration of Nissy Hussle's life and legacy yesterday. His funeral procession traveled 25 miles through the streets of Los Angeles.
Apr 12, 2019
Previewing the 83rd Masters Tournament
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast ahead of the 83rd Masters Tournament, CBS Sports on-course golf reporter Dottie Pepper previews what we can expect from the world's best golfers. Pepper, a winner of 17 tournaments on the LPGA Tour, explains what makes Augusta National Golf Course so unique on the PGA Tour and what factor this weekend's weather may have on play. Speaking with CBS This Morning producer Joseph Annunziato, Pepper breaks down what we can expect from Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods, Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler and Brooks Koepka.
Apr 11, 2019
Morning News: Police in London forcibly escort WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange out of the Ecuadorean embassy. Winter storm slams the Midwest.
Julian Assange's long standoff with international authorities is finally over. The second massive winter storm in less than a month is blasting up to 17 million people across the Midwest this morning. A suspect is in custody this morning in connection with a series of fires at historically black churches in Louisiana. Investigators in Durham, North Carolina want to know if construction workers triggered a gas leak that caused a deadly downtown explosion. Attorney General William Barr confirmed he will look at how the Russia investigation began in 2016. A public memorial service for the murdered rapper Nipsey Hussle is expected to draw tens of thousands of mourners today.
Apr 11, 2019
How a National School Nurse Shortage Puts Kids at Risk
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, USA Today reporter Jayne O'Donnell joins CBS News' Hilary Lane to discuss her reporting on the life-threatening risks to students when nurses aren't available in schools. 40 percent of schools across the country do not have a full time nurse and 25 percent don't have a nurse at all. O'Donnell says the shortage is becoming more urgent as more students are diagnosed with chronic illnesses like asthma and diabetes. She shares how communities across the country are finding solutions to staffing school nurses, like the 26 school-based health centers run by local hospitals, and proposed legislation to help fund school nurse positions.
Apr 11, 2019
Killing Eve Stars Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer on Breaking Stereotypes
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, hear "CBS This Morning Saturday" co-anchor Anthony Mason's full interview with "Killing Eve" stars Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer. Season two of the hit psychological thriller premiered this week on BBC America and AMC. It has earned several award nominations, and a Golden Globe win for Sandra Oh. Oh and Comer explain the unique bond between their characters, playing complex female characters and how their show represents progress in the television and film industries.
Apr 10, 2019
Morning News: Multiple states are bracing for blizzards and powerful winds. Pres. Trump is laying out details of tough new strategy on immigration.
A spring blizzard is about to strike in the upper Midwest, bringing wintry conditions to nearly 11 million Americans. Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu appears headed for a historic fifth term. The Trump administration is laying out details of its tough new strategy on immigration. A public health emergency is in effect in New York City this morning, in response to the rapidly growing measles outbreak. Actress Lori Loughlin and more than a dozen other accused in the college admissions scandal face new and more serious charges this morning.
Apr 10, 2019
How Clothing Brand Rhone is Revolutionizing Men's Athletic Wear
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, the co-founder and CEO of premium men's athletic apparel brand Rhone joins CBS News' Errol Barnett with how the company is working to provide a solution for how the modern man lives, works and sweats. Barnett joined Nate Checketts at the company's first permanent store to discuss how the online brand is expanding into brick and mortar retail, revolutionizing technology in their fabrics and competing with brands that have bigger name recognition. Checketts also explains how his company is devoted to confronting toxic masculinity by highlighting good men doing good things and emphasizing gender rights.
Apr 09, 2019
Morning News: Virginia wins its first NCAA title. Attorney General Barr faces questioning on Capitol Hill.
The University of Virginia has produced famous senators, business leaders and journalists, but never an NCAA basketball champion - until now. A shakeup at the Department of Homeland Security is going far beyond the resignation of Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen. Attorney General William Barr is on Capitol Hill, in his first major public appearance since he received the special counsel's report from Robert Mueller last month. Prosecutors are detailing an alleged plot by a Maryland man to ram a stolen U-Haul truck into people at a popular tourist area near the nation's capital. The lawyer for a woman arrested at President Trump's Mar-A-Lago Resort denies she was spying for China. People across Israel are voting in one of the country's tightest election races in years.
Apr 09, 2019
Michael Lewis' Podcast Makes the Case for Referees in all Facets of Life
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, journalist and best-selling author Michael Lewis joins co-host John Dickerson to discuss his new podcast, "Against the Rules." Lewis' successful books "Moneyball," "The Big Short" and "The Fifth Risk" all examine fairness - or lack thereof - in various systems. In his podcast, Lewis looks at referees in various areas of American life, including sports, politics, finance, criminal justice and journalism. He explains why this topic lent itself to a podcast rather than a book, why winners don't want neutral arbiters and what he learned from other parents in his daughter's youth softball league about how we tend to treat referees.
Apr 08, 2019
Morning News: DHS chief resigns after clashes with Pres. Trump on immigration. American woman kidnapped in Uganda comes home.
President Trump's plan to get tougher on immigration will begin with a new secretary of Homeland Security. CBS News was first to report Kirstjen Nielsen's resignation yesterday, after less than a year and a half on the job. An American woman kidnapped at a popular African safari destination started her journey home, after a ransom was paid to free her. More than 26 million people from Atlanta to Norfolk, Virginia face a threat of severe weather today. As Baylor celebrates its NCAA championship, the men compete tonight for their national title. Country duo Dan and Shay were the toast of Las Vegas at the Academy of Country Music Awards.
Apr 08, 2019