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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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Bitter Battle: Journalist Jon Ward Looks at Race Between Carter and Kennedy
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, "CBS This Morning" co-host John Dickerson talks with Yahoo senior political correspondent Jon Ward about his new book, "Camelot?s End: Kennedy vs. Carter and the Fight that Broke the Democratic Party." The 1980 Democratic primary race between Ted Kennedy and the incumbent Jimmy Carter was the last time an American president faced a serious reelection challenge from inside his own party. Jon discusses the political drama at the time puts the events in context of today?s politics.
Feb 15, 2019
Morning News: Pres. Trump expected to declare national emergency over border wall. Questions swirl around alleged attack on Empire actor.
President Trump is expected to declare a national emergency at the U.S.-Mexico border so he can reallocate federal money to build a border wall. Two brothers are under arrest and are being questioned as "persons of interest" in the allegded beating of "Empire" star Jussie Smollett. Rain is expected to continue into the weekend across an already flood-ravaged California. There is mixed reaction this morning to Amazon's decision to cancel a multi-billion dollar plan for a second headquarters in New York City. A man who fought off a mountain lion is giving harrowing details of his desperate fight for survival for the first time.
Feb 15, 2019
Descendants of Thomas Jefferson Confront History of Slavery
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, two descendants of the nation's third president talk with CBS News' Vladimir Duthiers about how they're working to confront the history of slavery at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello estate. Shannon Lanier and Lucian Truscott are both Jefferson's sixth-great-grandsons, but Shannon descends from the Sally Hemmings side. Hemmings was one of Jefferson's more than 600 slaves and a new exhibit at Monticello looks at her life and the lives of the children she had with the president. Shannon and Lucian discuss how their families are working together to share Jefferson's complete history with visitors to Monticello.
Feb 14, 2019
Morning News: Former FBI deputy director speaks out. Congress plans to vote on bipartisan border deal.
In his first TV interview since being fired, the FBI's former deputy director is telling "60 Minutes" why he launched investigations into President Trump. A judge has ruled Paul Manafort lied repeatedly to the special counsel's office. Congress plans to vote today on a bipartisan compromise budget bill that will prevent another partial government shutdown. A newly-released video is raising questions about a company at the center of a criminal investigation stemming from the nation's opioid epidemic.
Feb 14, 2019
Morning News: Drug boss El Chapo will likely spend the rest of his life in prison. Pres. Trump is likely to sign a bipartisan spending deal.
The once untouchable drug boss known as El Chapo is likely to spend 23 hours a day in a high-security prison cell for the rest of his life. A jury in Brooklyn, New York convicted Joaquin Guzman yesterday on all 10 counts of a federal indictment. More than 15 million Americans are under winter weather alerts this morning, as the tail end of a massive system sweeps through the northeast. Sources tell CBS News President Trump is very likely to sign a bipartisan spending deal that gives much less money than he wants for barriers on the Mexico border. The professor who says Virginia Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax sexually assaulted her is speaking publicly for the first time since her story came out. A dramatic scene is unfolding at the last village under ISIS control in Syria, where our Charlie D'Agata has been reporting from the front lines.
Feb 13, 2019
Author Angie Thomas Follows Up 'The Hate U Give' With 'On the Come Up'
Angie Thomas' debut novel, "The Hate U Give," not only became a New York Times bestseller, but also a critically acclaimed film. Now she's out with a new novel, "On the Come Up." Thomas joins "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King in the Toyota Green Room to discuss how she came to realize her childhood dreams.
Feb 13, 2019
Morning News: Winter storms wreak havoc across the U.S. Lawmakers reach a preliminary deal to avert another shutdown.
Congressional budget negotiators say they have an agreement in principle to avoid another partial government shutdown this weekend over President Trump's demand for a border wall. The president held a rally last night in El Paso, Texas because it's one of the largest U.S. cities on the border with Mexico. More than 100 million Americans are in the path of powerful winter storms this morning. A newly-elected member of Congress is apologizing for criticizing supporters of Israel, after a blast from her own party leadership. The first woman to accuse Virginia's lieutenant governor of misconduct is expected to speak in pubic tonight for the first time since her story came out. Public school teachers in Denver are expected to return to the bargaining table today, amid their first strike in 25 years.
Feb 12, 2019
More and More Teenage Girls Are Experiencing Stress and Anxiety
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBS News contributor and child psychologist Dr. Lisa Damour tells CBS News' Reena Ninan that parents don't necessarily need to be stressed and anxious about their teenage daughters feeling stressed and anxious. In her new book "Under Pressure: Confronting the Epidemic of Stress and Anxiety in Girls," Dr. Damour explains that these emotions are a normal part of life, but girls are experiencing them at an increasing rate. She tells Reena the factors that are contributing to this trend, how parents can tackle this subject with their children and provides examples of how to manage anxiety.
Feb 12, 2019
Morning News: Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam says he's not going anywhere. The Grammy Awards was a powerful night for women and rap music.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam says he's "not going anywhere." He plans to stay in office, in spite of a racist photo printed in his medical school yearbook. In an interview only on CBS News, we spoke with the Democratic governor who still faces calls to resign. Meanwhile, Virginia's Democratic Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax is under more pressure to step down after a second woman accused him of sexually assaulting her more than a decade ago. Sources tell CBS News the talks to prevent another government shutdown have broken down ahead of a budget deadline. The Grammy Awards turned into a powerful night for women and rap music.
Feb 11, 2019
Boston Bombing Survivor: We're Not Defined by our Broken Pieces
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell talks with Boston Marathon bombing survivor Adrianne Haslet who, three years after losing her leg in the terrorist attack, completed the marathon herself. Last month, Haslet was hit by a car, preventing her from competing in this year's race, which will take place on the sixth anniversary of the bombing. Haslet talks about the mantra that keeps her moving forward, how she channels her anger into her recovery and her determination to continue running despite the obstacles.
Feb 11, 2019
Previewing Sunday Night's Grammy Awards
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Apple Music's Zane Lowe previews Sunday's 61th Grammy Awards with CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers. They discuss this year's host Alicia Keys, the likely winners in the night's major categories and the state of popular music today.
Feb 08, 2019
Morning News: Jeff Bezos claims the National Enquirer's owner tried to blackmail him. Series of political scandals in Virginia has reached another top official.
A stunning accusation from the world's richest man. Jeff Bezos claims the National Enquirer's owner tried to blackmail him. Why Amazon's founder posted private information in his fight with the tabloid that revealed his longtime affair. Today is the first big face-off between Congress and a member of the Trump cabinet. House Democrats are questioning acting-Attorney General Matt Whitaker. What they want to know about his conversations with the president on the Russia investigation. The series of political scandals in Virginia has reached another top official. The Supreme Court blocked a controversial abortion law, hours before it was to go into effect. We remember the longest-serving member of Congress in American history. Former Michigan Congressman John Dingell, Jr. died yesterday, after several health struggles. The final countdown to the Grammys, with music's biggest night just two days away.
Feb 08, 2019
Music and Memories: A Day in Nashville With John Prine
Decades into his career, John Prine's highest charting album yet, "The Tree of Forgiveness," is up for three awards at Sunday's Grammy Awards on CBS. Ahead of the big night, "CBS This Morning" co-host John Dickerson visited Prine at his home in Nashville, where he talked about the trajectory of his career, from writing songs along his mail route to his induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. Prine also shares the impact two bouts of cancer had on his newfound appreciation for the continued support and praise he receives for his music. Plus, Dickerson and Prine take a drive through Nashville and team up for a duet of the song "Paradise."
Feb 08, 2019
Morning News: The top three officials in Virginia government are caught up in scandals. The battle between the House Intelligence Committee and President Trump heats up.
The top three officials in Virginia state government are now all caught up in separate scandals. This morning, congressional Democrats launch a series of hearings and investigations into President Trump's possible conflicts of interest. President Trump says he expects to announce the final defeat of ISIS's so-called "caliphate" within the next week. The Wisconsin man accused of murdering Jayme Closs' parents and holding the teenager captive for nearly three months has been ordered to stand trial.
Feb 07, 2019
Inside El Chapo's Trial
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBS News legal analyst Rikki Kleiman looks at the 10 week trial of Joaquin "El Chapo" Gomez with CBS News' Anne-Marie Green. Currently facing 17 charges in New York City federal court, Gomez could face life in prison if found guilty. As the juror deliberates his fate, Kleiman looks at the key witnesses in the cases and what we discovered about the Sinaloa cartel.
Feb 06, 2019
Morning News: President Trump lays out his agenda and calls for bipartisan in State of the Union. Police officer who mistakenly shot and killed a black man at an Alabama mall will not be charged
President Trump calls on Congress to come together and support his priorities, in a State of the Union address before cheering Republicans and skeptical Democrats. Only on "CBS This Morning," we'll have reaction from Vice President Mike Pence. The president's speech highlighted several of his foreign policy priorities for the year to come, including a second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un at the end of this month. A police officer who mistakenly shot and killed a black man at an Alabama mall will not be charged.
Feb 06, 2019
Making Music More Inclusive
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Tina Tchen, the Chair of the Recording Academy Task Force on Diversity and Inclusion, joins CBS News' Michelle Miller to discuss how the music industry to working to increase opportunities for women. A recent University of Southern California Annenberg study found only 2 percent of music producers and 3 percent of engineers are women. Tchen shares the importance of having over 200 managers, labels and artists joining the new inclusion initiative.
Feb 05, 2019
Morning News: President Trump's inaugural committee is hit with a subpoena. A federal jury begins its first full day of deliberations in the trial of El Chapo.
President Trump's inaugural committee is hit with a subpoena, as federal prosecutors search for evidence of corruption and financial crimes. The latest on that growing investigation, plus a look at what the president is expected to say in his State of the Union tonight. Virginia's political chaos is intensifying, with Governor Ralph Northam showing no signs that he will step down. Venezuela's embattled president is under new pressure after more of America?s European allies called for Nicolas Maduro to be replaced. Federal investigators say the pilot of a plane that crashed into a southern California neighborhood was a retired police officer. A federal jury begins its first full day of deliberations in the trial of Mexican drug kingpin, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman. Boston expects more than one million Patriots fans to show up this morning for the team's latest super bowl victory parade.
Feb 05, 2019
Grammy-Nominated Artist H.E.R. Wants the Focus on Her Music
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, hear "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King's full interview with Grammy-nominated artist H.E.R. ahead of Sunday's Grammy Awards on CBS. Gabi Wilson explains that she adopted the stage name, which stands for Having Everything Revealed, as an attempt to keep the focus on her music instead of herself. She also discusses her songwriting process and her early musical inspirations. Plus, she sings part of her Grammy-nominated song "Best Part."
Feb 04, 2019
Morning News: New England Patriots win another Super Bowl. President Trump on the potential threat of impeachment.
Champions again! Tom Brady and the Patriots celebrate their 6th Super Bowl win, in a game where one touchdown was enough. We'll talk with MVP Julian Edelman about the team's historic win. President Trump reveals what he thinks about the potential impeachment threat from Democrats in an exclusive interview with CBS News. Plus the surprising reason he wants to keep troops in Iraq. Embattled Virginia Governor Ralph Northam is resisting calls to resign over a racist photo in his medical school yearbook. A deadly plane crash created a frightening scene in a southern California neighborhood.
Feb 04, 2019