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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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Fifty years ago on July 16, 1969 astronauts Neil Armstrong, Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin and Michael Collins blasted off into space towards the moon fulfilling President John F. Kennedy's Moonshot. Historian Douglas Brinkley discusses the significance of President Kennedy's ambitious goal of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely by the end of the decade, accelerating the space race with the Soviet Union in the midst of the Cold War. Two of Apollo 11's flight directors tell us how even they thought JFK's goal was "semi-crazy." And hear what the three astronauts told CBS Evening News anchor Walter Cronkite and other reporters two days before liftoff.
Tony Dokoupil is at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, where he's leading the coverage of one of our country's greatest accomplishments: putting a human being on the moon. Exactly 50 years ago this morning, the Apollo 11 mission blasted off. In Washington, the House could vote as early as today on a Democratic resolution denouncing President Trump's racist tweets. Pres. Trump has made it clear he will use his attacks on the congresswomen as an issue in the 2020 campaign. Singer R. Kelly is due in court this afternoon in connection with his sex crimes charges.
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, former CNN anchor Isha Sesay joins CTM's Vladimir Duthiers to discuss her new book, "Beneath the Tamarind Tree: A Story of Courage, Family, and the Lost Schoolgirls of Boko Haram." Sesay and Duthiers, a former CNN international correspondent based in West Africa, reflect on their coverage of the 2014 Boko Haram kidnapping of 276 schoolgirls from the Chibok Government Secondary School in northeastern Nigeria. Sesay recalls pressuring government officials for answers when they provided little information on the abduction and their efforts to find the girls. She shares why she stayed on the story for years, long after the viral #BringBackOurGirls stopped trending and dozens of the girls were returned to their families. Plus, Sesay explains her decision to leave CNN and launch the organization W.E. (Women Everywhere) Can Lead, dedicated to empowering teenage girls to become Africa's next generation of leaders.
Dangerous flooding from Tropical Depression Barry is threatening 11 million people across the South. President Trump is not backing down from critics who say his Twitter attacks on a group of progressive Democratic lawmakers are racist. Those racially-charged attacks on Democrats come as President Trump touts a large-scale plan to arrest thousands of undocumented immigrants with final deportation orders. New polling shows President Trump trailing four of the Democratic presidential contenders. The federal government could join the investigation into what caused a massive power outage in New York City.
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Colorado Senator Michael Bennet joins "60 Minutes" correspondent John Dickerson to discuss his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination and his new book, "The Land of Flickering Lights: Restoring America In An Age of Broken Politics." Senator Bennet makes the case for why he's the right Democrat, among the crowded field, to go head-to-head with President Donald Trump in 2020. They discuss the current political climate, President Trump's judiciary and regulatory victories and the Gang of Eight's failed bi-partisan attempt at immigration reform in 2013. Bennet says he believes Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell is responsible for Trump's victory in the 2016 election and McConnell's "assault on our system of government" is "unforgiveable."
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Equniox COO Judy Turchin takes "CBS This Morning Saturday" co-host Dana Jacobson on a tour of the brand new fitness club and Equinox Hotel in New York City's Hudson Yards. Turchin explains why the luxury fitness company is branching into the hospitality and travel industry. She says the hotel, which houses the 100th Equinox fitness club, aligns with the lifestyle their customers strive for -- implementing movement and healthy diet and sleep patterns into their lives. She explains why she left her career in law and finance to follow her passion at Equinox. Plus, she shares other ways the company is looking to expand.
Labor Secretary Alex Acosta told President Trump this morning that he is resigning, less than 48 hours after telling reporters he would not step down. Singer R. Kelly is back in custody, this time facing federal sex crime charges. Louisiana has less than 24 hours left to prepare for tropical storm Barry making landfall. About 10,000 people along the Louisiana coast have been ordered to evacuate. Today Vice President Pence will travel to the U.S-Mexico border to tour a migrant detention facility. President Trump is giving up on his push for a citizenship question on next year?s census. The Seattle area was shaken overnight by an earthquake. Dramatic video captures a U.S. Coast Guard Cutter chasing down a suspected drug smuggling submarine, while officers scream in Spanish or the crew to stop.
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, author Lisa Taddeo joins co-host Anthony Mason to discuss her book "Three Women," one of this summer's most anticipated debuts. Taddeo spent eight years traveling across the country to share stories of three women's sexual desires. She shares her research on what women really want. Plus, Taddeo discusses how she says society judges women and questions why, in the Me Too movement, the conversation revolves around what women don?t want, instead of what they do want.
The central Gulf Coast is bracing for potentially devastating flooding from what could become Hurricane Barry. A nationwide operation targeting thousands of undocumented migrant families will reportedly begin Sunday. Britain said overnight that three Iranian boats tried to intercept a British oil tanker. Labor Secretary Alex Acosta says he will not resign over his role in Jeffrey Epstein's child sex abuse case.
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, relationship expert Belinda Luscombe joins co-host Gayle King to share the factors that make a marriage work. In her book "Marriageology: The Art and Science of Staying Together," Luscombe shares what her research has revealed about what can help strengthen a relationship. She explains why people should stop looking for a soul mate, why we lash out at the people we love and why she says we?re doing marriage backwards. Plus, Luscombe shares the six 'F categories' that couples should focus on: familiarity, fighting, finances, fooling around, family and finding help.
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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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