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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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U.S. officials are blaming Iran for an attack on Saudi Arabia, but President Trump seems to be lowering any expectations of a U.S. military response. More than 45 people were killed this morning in a pair of bombings in Afghanistan. Today, federal and state investigators will begin looking into the cause of a massive propane explosion in Maine that killed a firefighter and hurt at least seven other people. This morning, we're hearing a new message apparently from the reclusive leader of ISIS, Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi. President Trump is doubling down on his defense of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh after the latest allegation of sexual misconduct. "Saturday Night Live" begins its 45th season under a cloud, after firing new cast member Shane Gillis yesterday over controversial comments from his past.
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, co-host Gayle King talks with Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor, the New York Times reporters who broke the story of alleged abuse by Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein in 2017. They share how they got Weinstein's accusers — as well as members of his inner circle — to go on the record in their new book "She Said: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story that Helped Ignite a Movement." Weinstein continues to deny all the allegations, saying the encounters were consensual. Twohey and Kantor discuss the people who helped and hindered their investigation, how they felt when the #MeToo movement took off globally, and why they decided to include actual text messages, e-mails and memos from sources in the book, including a letter Bob Weinstein wrote to his brother in 2015, pleading with him to get help.
For the first time in more than a decade, workers are staging a nationwide strike against General Motors. Militants who say they targeted critical Saudi Arabian oil facilities in a drone strike are threatening more attacks. The attack is sure to have a ripple effect on drivers in the U.S. At least five Democrats running for president say Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh should be impeached over the latest sexual misconduct allegations from his college years. The woman accusing NFL superstar Antonio Brown of sexual assault plans to meet with league officials today, according to the Associated Press. Boston Red Sox legend David Ortiz is speaking out for the first time since he was seriously wounded in a shooting in the Dominican Republic.
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, co-host Anthony Mason talks with former gymnast and sexual assault survivor Rachael Denhollander about her decision to publicly accuse former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar of abuse. Denhollander recounts her experience with Nassar and gives readers a look into the process of uncovering a pattern of abuse in her memoir "What is a Girl Worth?" She explains what she risked by coming forward with her story and the lasting impact the abuse has had on her life. Plus, she shares how even seemingly small choices by authority figures to ignore signs and accusations of abuse over the years allowed Nassar to assault more than 100 girls.
Former Vice President Joe Biden comes out swinging against his progressive rivals, at a fiery debate where health care, gun control, and President Trump dominate the discussion. A new storm threatens the already hurricane-devastated Bahamas. We're with the former navy seals taking supplies to Dorian survivors who say their government is missing in action. Actress Felicity Huffman is scheduled to be sentenced today in the massive college admissions scandal.
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins CBS News' Anne Marie Green to answer questions about student loans, including whether a college degree is worth putting yourself in debt. Schlesinger says a college education will lead to more money over a lifetime, but it's important to not dig too large of a financial hole in the process. She shares advice on how to determine the maximum amount of money you should borrow. Plus, she explains why it's important to discuss loan debt with any serious long-term romantic partner and warns parents and grandparents against co-signing any loans that could put their own financial futures at risk.
President Trump says a ban on most flavored vaping products is the right response to what health officials call an "epidemic" of e-cigarette use by teenagers. Some people who vape, instead of smoking traditional cigarettes, say they deserve the right to choose flavored products because they're legally old enough. A new poll ahead of tonight's third Democratic debate shows front-runners Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren neck and neck. In Afghanistan, a new video from Al-Qaeda shows the continued threat of terrorism, nearly two decades after the 9-11 attacks. Pro football star Antonio Brown is practicing with his new team, the Patriots, while NFL officials say they'll meet next week with former trainer who says he raped her.
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, co-host Anthony Mason talks with Natasha Bedingfield about releasing "Roll With Me," her first new album in nearly a decade. Bedingfield say she's not nervous about returning to the spotlight after the hiatus between records. She explains how the birth of her son a few years ago changed her approach to music and how switching labels was the best decision she ever made. Plus, she discusses re-recording her mega hit song "Unwritten" for MTV's reboot of the reality show "The Hills" and how the song was originally written as a poem for her brother.
One of the most prominent wide receivers in the NFL, Antonio Brown, has been accused of rape in a new lawsuit. Six deaths are now connected to a growing public health crisis tied to vaping. President Trump is looking for his fourth national security adviser in less than three years, after John Bolton left the White House yesterday. A government source tells CBS News the maker of Oxycontin could file for bankruptcy as early as today.
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, correspondent Adriana Diaz talks with CBS News senior national security analyst Fran Townsend about how the terror threat has evolved in the United States in the nearly two decades since the September 11 terror attacks. Townsend, who was the former assistant to President George W. Bush for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism, shares her experience of watching the news that morning while she was off on maternity leave and immediately thought of Al-Qaeda. She talks about the U.S. response to the attacks, the ongoing War on Terror and President Trump's planned meeting with Taliban leaders at Camp David, which was later canceled. She also discusses why it's important to vigorously fight to stop domestic terrorism, including mass shootings, in the same way we counter foreign terror threats.
Comments (7)


where is Friday's news and mondays news? please put the date in the title of the episode

Aug 6th

Trinity  miller

peacefulbabies 🤔🤔I haven't noticed it

Aug 7th

Sarah Martinez

you should get an interview with Foundation for PR and Discover Puerto Rico to get their statement on this situation....

Jul 30th

Yves Jenkins

Sarah Martinez Ok!

Jul 31st

Rhonda Vollmer

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

Feb 24th

Eileen Spenger Fogerty

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

Feb 11th

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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