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Start your day with award-winning co-hosts Gayle King, Anthony Mason and Tony Dokoupil 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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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Delia Owens, author of the New York Times bestseller "Where the Crawdads Sing," discusses the success of her debut novel and working with Reese Witherspoon to adapt the turn pager into a motion picture. Talking with senior editorial producer Jenna Gibson, Owens delves into the theme of loneliness and how it can change a person. Owens also shares some details about her next book!
The biggest processing center for migrants in south Texas is shut down to new arrivals, after a 16-year-old died amid signs of a flu outbreak. Severe storms in the middle of the country are now blamed for two deaths. Rank and file Democrats in Washington are intensifying demands for impeachment hearings. Two out of three Americans do not want the Supreme Court to overturn Roe vs. Wade, according to a new CBS News poll. Alaska suffered its third deadly plane crash in just over a week. A woman is in custody this morning after leading police on a wild chase through a California neighborhood in a stolen RV.
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Academy Award winner Tarell Alvin McCraney, perhaps best-known for co-writing the screenplay of the 2016 film "Moonlight," joins CBS News' Jamie Wax to discuss "Choir Boy." The play, which centers on students attending an all-black prep school for boys, is nominated for four Tony Awards, including Best Play. McCraney joins the podcast from a rehearsal hall at Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre, where he is preparing for the debut of "Ms. Blakk for President." He discusses the autobiographical elements found throughout his projects, including in his Netflix series "High Flying Bird" and upcoming series "David Makes Man" for OWN. Plus, McCraney, who considers theater his first love, shares the significance of receiving Tony nominations for "Choir Boy."
A new threat of tornadoes affects millions of people across the southern plains. Two people are dead after a small Alaska-based airline's third crash in less than a year. President Trump went on a mission last night to show Pennsylvania voters how much he needs them. A federal judge is ordering President Trump to turn over his financial records to Congress. A transgender woman, brutally attacked in Texas last month, was found shot and killed over the weekend.
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, we visit the "Food: Bigger Than The Plate" exhibit, which opened over the weekend at London's Victoria and Albert Museum. CBS News London-based producer Erin Lyall spoke with co-curator May Rosenthal Sloan and Helene Steiner, who oversees two innovative projects within the exhibition. They discuss how innovators sustainably grow, use, consume and recycle food in creative ways. Steiner explains how she has taken microbes from humans and turned them into cheese (for real!) and her other project that allows visitors to communicate with plants using electrodes and light. They also explain why the exhibit - which seems to belong in a science museum - qualifies as art.
Powerful new storms are building in the southern plains, where 5.5 million people are threatened by severe weather. President Trump warned Iran not to threaten the U.S., or it would face its "official end." The president may issue pardons to several Americans convicted or accused of committing war crimes. President Trump is backing away from Alabama's near-total ban on abortion, passed last week. A plane crash that killed four Americans is under investigation in Honduras. Police are praising two good Samaritans who helped find a kidnapped 8-year-old girl.
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, New York Times writer Sopan Deb joins CBS News' Vladimir Duthiers to talk about the upcoming series finale of "Game of Thrones." After eight seasons, the hit HBO series comes to an end this Sunday. Deb and Duthiers discuss fans' backlash to the final season and where they think the writers went wrong. They also discuss the cultural impact of the show and agree the 'game' is more important than who actually takes the Iron Throne at the end.
Remarkably, no one was seriously hurt when an F-16 fighter plunged into a Southern California warehouse near a busy freeway. Forecasters say rough weather will threaten more than 65 million Americans over the weekend. The Trump administration is apparently planning to move hundreds of undocumented immigrants to south Florida. A federal judge has ordered the release of some of the material withheld when the Mueller report was made public. With tensions rising between Iran and the U.S., Saudi Arabia is blaming Iran for a drone strike that shut down one of its oil pipelines. Following Alabama's near total ban on abortion, Missouri is expected to join the wave of states passing anti-abortion legislation today.
Missouri is pushing forward with sweeping new restrictions on abortion that ban the procedure at eight weeks. President Trump says there is "no infighting" in the White House over Iran. The president is set to unveil a plan for big changes to the nation?s legal immigration system. The crowded Democratic presidential race has one more name in it. The cause of a dramatic helicopter crash in the Hudson River near Manhattan is still a mystery this morning. The Catholic Diocese of Dallas is defending its response to sex abuse claims against priests, after police raided several of its properties.
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBS News Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook talks with Dr. Eric Topol about his book, "Deep Medicine: How Artificial Intelligence Can Make Healthcare Human Again." Dr. Topol argues that patients lack substantial relationships with their physicians. But with the help of technology with notetaking and medical scans that lead to diagnoses, he says doctors can better listen to patients and forge relationships that machines and data won?t be able to carry out. Dr. Topol also addresses potential privacy concerns and with artificial intelligence and obstacles to overcome before implementing widespread use of the technology.
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Rhonda Vollmer

turn off the back ground music? why does it play so long

Feb 24th
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Eileen Spenger Fogerty

You have to approve of every picture on your yearbook page. Duh...! He knew.

Feb 11th
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David Mankins

First time listening to your podcast and it's a great service! I try to watch CBS THIS MORNING everyday but miss things here and there. So thank you.

Jan 17th
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