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Start your day with award-winning co-hosts Norah O’Donnell, Gayle King and John Dickerson in Studio 57 as they, along with CBS News correspondents around the world, bring you the most important headlines, intelligent conversations and world-class original reporting from around the world.
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Inside Fraternity Life Mar 21, 2019 Listen Download
Inside Fraternity Life Mar 21, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Relentless flooding continues to devastate the Midwest. Former VP Joe Biden could be on the brink of announcing 2020 bid. Mar 20, 2019 Listen Download
March Madness Predictions Mar 20, 2019 Listen Download
Missouri man sentenced to 40 years wants a second chance Mar 19, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: The Midwest braces for more flooding. The latest on Boeing?s response to two deadly crashes. Mar 19, 2019 Listen Download
Missouri man sentenced to 40 years wants a second chance Mar 19, 2019 Listen Download
Shedding Light on Cystic Fibrosis: Mother Publishes Daughter's Memoir Posthumously Mar 18, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Historic flooding has parts of the Midwest under water. The prime minister of New Zealand vows to reform gun laws. Mar 18, 2019 Listen Download
Justin Baldoni on directing “Five Feet Apart,” defining masculinity and the end of "Jane the Virgin" Mar 18, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: A gunman kills at least 49 people in New Zealand. Boeing paused deliveries of new 737 max jets. Mar 15, 2019 Listen Download
HBO Docuseries Picks Up Where Serial Left Off With Adnan Syed Case Mar 15, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: U.S. grounds aircraft involved in Ethiopia crash. Beto O'Rourke enters 2020 presidential race. Mar 14, 2019 Listen Download
Singer Greyson Chance Puts The Past Behind Him With New Album Mar 14, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: New details on the widespread college admissions cam. The FAA is under pressure to ground Boeing 737 jets. Mar 13, 2019 Listen Download
Tips On How To Stop Doing Dumb Things With Your Money Mar 13, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Lawmakers push to ground Boeing 737 Max 8 planes after deadly crash. U.S. will withdraw diplomatic personnel from Venezuela amid chaos. Mar 12, 2019 Listen Download
U.S. Women's Soccer Team Files Gender Discrimination Suit Mar 12, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Boeing faces scrutiny after another deadly plane crash. President trump request more border wall funds. Mar 11, 2019 Listen Download
Jacqueline Jackson Shares the Letters she Sent to Son Jesse Jackson, Jr. in Prison Mar 11, 2019 Listen Download
Rent the Runway CEO on being a pioneer in the sharing economy Mar 8, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Trump former campaign chairman sentenced. R. Kelly accusers come forward. Mar 8, 2019 Listen Download
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers on motherhood, women in politics and the Republican Mar 7, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Women living with R. Kelly defend the singer and blast their parents. Sen. McSally speaks out after revealing she was raped in the military. Mar 7, 2019 Listen Download
World Champion Cyclist Rachel McKinnon Advocates for Trans Athletes Mar 6, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: R. Kelly speaks to Gayle King, insisting he's innocent of charges of sexual abuse. Pres. Trump approves disaster declaration for tornado-ravaged parts of Alabama. Mar 6, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: A tornado-ravaged community in Alabama is still reeling. Co-stars and friends react to Luke Perry's death. Mar 5, 2019 Listen Download
Oscar-Winning Costume Designer Ruth Carter on Creating Iconic Looks of Wakanda Mar 5, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Tornadoes cause major damage in the South. Protests planned after no charges in police killing of unarmed Sacramento man. Mar 4, 2019 Listen Download
Samin Nosrat Wants to Make the Culinary Industry More Inclusive Mar 4, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: A new report says President Trump order a top-secret security clearance for Jared Kushner. SpaceX to conduct critical test flight before it sends astronauts into orbit. Mar 1, 2019 Listen Download
Don Winslow on timely new novel 'The Border' Mar 1, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Trump-Kim summit ends with no denuclearization deal. Cohen accuses president of breaking the law while in office. Feb 28, 2019 Listen Download
'Leaving Neverland' director and producer defends explosive Michael Jackson documentary Feb 28, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Summit between Pres. Trump and N. Korea dictator Kim Jong Un is underway. Michael Cohen's testimony in D.C. could deal damage to Trump. Feb 27, 2019 Listen Download
Expectations for Pres. Trump's second North Korean Summit Feb 27, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Pres. Trump is in Vietnam for summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un. President's former attorney arrives for testimony on Capitol Hill. Feb 26, 2019 Listen Download
New Novel Introduces Us to George Washington's First Love Feb 26, 2019 Listen Download
The Impact of the Catholic Church's Summit on Sexual Abuse Feb 25, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Pres. Trump departs for second North Korea summit. We have highlights and upsets from the Oscars. Feb 25, 2019 Listen Download
Previewing Sunday?s Oscar Awards Feb 22, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Actor Jussie Smollett is free on bail. Do-over ordered in a NC congressional election. Feb 22, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Chicago police arrest Jussie Smollett. Pope Francis opens historic summit on clergy sex abuse. Feb 21, 2019 Listen Download
Hunting LeRoux: The First Crime Lord to Operate in Pure Cyberspace Feb 21, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: A meeting on clergy sex abuse is underway at the Vatican. A massive winter storm creates travel dangers nationwide. Feb 20, 2019 Listen Download
Should the U.S. negotiate for the release of American hostages? Feb 20, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Sen. Bernie Sanders joins 2020 race. A winter storm takes aim at dozens of states. Feb 19, 2019 Listen Download
'RBG' Directors on how Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Became a Cultural Phenomenon Feb 19, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Lawmakers look into Andrew McCabe comments. Details emerge about 5 people killed by coworker in Illinois. Feb 18, 2019 Listen Download
Documentary Explores Lorena Bobbitt Case Through Lens of #MeToo Movement Feb 18, 2019 Listen Download
Bitter Battle: Journalist Jon Ward Looks at Race Between Carter and Kennedy Feb 15, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Pres. Trump expected to declare national emergency over border wall. Questions swirl around alleged attack on Empire actor. Feb 15, 2019 Listen Download
Descendants of Thomas Jefferson Confront History of Slavery Feb 14, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Former FBI deputy director speaks out. Congress plans to vote on bipartisan border deal. Feb 14, 2019 Listen Download
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. Feb 13, 2019 Listen Download
Author Angie Thomas Follows Up ?The Hate U Give? With ?On the Come Up? Feb 13, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Winter storms wreak havoc across the U.S. Lawmakers reach a preliminary deal to avert another shutdown. Feb 12, 2019 Listen Download
More and More Teenage Girls Are Experiencing Stress and Anxiety Feb 12, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam says he's not going anywhere. The Grammy Awards was a powerful night for women and rap music. Feb 11, 2019 Listen Download
Boston Bombing Survivor: We're Not Defined by our Broken Pieces Feb 11, 2019 Listen Download
Previewing Sunday Night's Grammy Awards Feb 8, 2019 Listen Download
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. Feb 8, 2019 Listen Download
Music and Memories: A Day in Nashville With John Prine Feb 8, 2019 Listen Download
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. Feb 7, 2019 Listen Download
Inside El Chapo's Trial Feb 6, 2019 Listen Download
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 Feb 6, 2019 Listen Download
Making Music More Inclusive Feb 5, 2019 Listen Download
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. Feb 5, 2019 Listen Download
Grammy-Nominated Artist H.E.R. Wants the Focus on Her Music Feb 4, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: New England Patriots win another Super Bowl. President Trump on the potential threat of impeachment. Feb 4, 2019 Listen Download
Serena Williams Teams Up With Dating App Bumble for Super Bowl Ad Feb 1, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Millions of people in the Northeast face another day of dangerous cold. Super Bowl weekend kicks off. Feb 1, 2019 Listen Download
Mentally Preparing for the Super Bowl Feb 1, 2019 Listen Download
642 Days until Election 2020: A Look at the Possible Candidates Thus Far Feb 1, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: The polar vortex spreads across the country. Two men claim to be Venezuela's rightful leader. Jan 31, 2019 Listen Download
Tony Romo and Jim Nantz on their partnership and calling the Super Bowl Jan 30, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Some parts of the U.S. are colder than the South Pole. The mother of a navy veteran detained in Iran is pleading for his release. Jan 30, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: A dangerous polar vortex sweeps across the country. Houston police are investigating a gun battle that injured officers. Jan 29, 2019 Listen Download
How United Airlines Uses Technology to Improve the Travel Experience Jan 28, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Federal workers return to work today. Football fans get ready for Super Bowl 53. Jan 28, 2019 Listen Download
Equipping yourself with the keys for Happiness Jan 25, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: The FBI arrests former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone. The political crisis in Venezuela deepens. Jan 25, 2019 Listen Download
Analyzing the Identity Crisis of the 2016 Election Jan 24, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Suspect under arrest for killing 5 people inside Florida bank. Prosecutors expected to rest in El Chapo trial. Jan 24, 2019 Listen Download
Journalist Jason Rezaian on being a Prisoner in Iran and life after Jan 23, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: 1 in 5 Americans say the government shutdown impacts them personally. Jan 23, 2019 Listen Download
From fashion model to ultra-runner, one man?s journey to find himself Jan 22, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Millions wake up to freezing temperatures. Federal workers will miss 2nd paycheck. Jan 22, 2019 Listen Download
How hormone-disrupting chemicals may harm our health Jan 21, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: The weather and the government shutdown are causing havoc for travelers. Jan 21, 2019 Listen Download
Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco on performing at MSG and starring in Green Book Jan 18, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Massive winter expect to impact millions this weekend. Prince Philip is said to be doing fine after a car crash. Jan 18, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: New details about Americans killed in Syria and Kenya attacks. FBI says a Georgia man planned to attack White House with rocket. Jan 17, 2019 Listen Download
Mo Rocca on creating Mobituaries Jan 17, 2019 Listen Download
The Cher Show's Jarrod Spector on Sonny Bono's Legacy Jan 16, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: American service members were killed this morning in Syria. The partial government shutdown is beginning its 26th day. Jan 16, 2019 Listen Download
Understanding Addiction: From David and Nic Sheff's personal journey to helping others Jan 15, 2019 Listen Download
Dave Matthews is Working to Improve Public Housing in Hometown of Charlottesville Jan 15, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Government shutdown drags into day 25. Some parents and students are reporting chaotic conditions in Los Angeles schools, as a teachers' strike enters its second day. Jan 15, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Gayle King is in Wisconsin to cover the safe return of Jayme Closs to her family. The 24-day partial government shutdown is the longest in U.S. history. Jan 14, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: The 13-year-old girl missing for nearly three months is found. How does the govt shutdown affect airport security and FBI investigations? Jan 11, 2019 Listen Download
Puerto Rico's Top FBI Agent on the Island facing a Crisis of Violence Jan 11, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: President Trump is taking his border wall campaign to south Texas. The government shutdown may be putting the U.S. food supply at risk. Jan 10, 2019 Listen Download
NY Knicks' Enes Kanter on his battle off the court against the Turkish President Jan 10, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: President Trump uses his first Oval Office speech to raise the stakes in the political showdown over a border wall. Family of a patient who became pregnant and gave birth while in a coma speaking out for the first time. Jan 9, 2019 Listen Download
Songwriter Teddy Geiger on collaborating with Shawn Mendes and confronting her truth Jan 9, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Vice President Mike Pence on the shutdown standoff. Actor Kevin Spacey responds to allegations he sexually assaulted a teenager. Jan 8, 2019 Listen Download
116th Congress: Govt Shutdown, New Political Agenda and Historic Diversity Jan 8, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Budget talks over the weekend failed to end the partial government shutdown. Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is criticizing the administration?s border and budget policies. Jan 7, 2019 Listen Download
Author Lee Child on his latest Jack Reacher thriller, Past Tense Jan 7, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: New House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats will not give in to President Trump's demand for billions for a border wall. A new lead in a young mother's Thanksgiving day disappearance Jan 4, 2019 Listen Download
Predicting the Winners of the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards Jan 4, 2019 Listen Download
Top Places to Visit in 2019 Jan 3, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Democrats take control of the House of Representatives on the thirteenth day of the government shutdown. Apple stunned investors saying its first quarter will not meet expectations. Jan 3, 2019 Listen Download
Providing assistance to new parents Jan 2, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Washington is starting the new year facing the old budget standoff. The brother of a Michigan man detained in Russia is rejecting Moscow's claim he is a spy. Jan 2, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: Partygoers ring in the New Year around the world. 2018 was worst year for stocks in a decade. Jan 1, 2019 Listen Download
Tips for keeping your New Year's Resolution Jan 1, 2019 Listen Download
Morning News: How police were working to keep Time Square safe. Senator Elizabeth Warren announces her first official steps toward a 2020 presidential campaign. Dec 31, 2018 Listen Download
Keys to eating healthier, losing weight and living better in 2019 Dec 31, 2018 Listen Download
NYT Film Critic: Looking at How Women Are Portrayed in Film Dec 28, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: The manhunt intensifies for a suspect in the killing of a CA police officer. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen plans to visit immigration facilities on the U.S-Mexico border later today Dec 28, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: A massive winter storm slams the country's midsection. President Trump and the First Lady make a surprise visit to Iraq. Dec 27, 2018 Listen Download
The Joy and Pressure of Writing Mary Poppins Returns Dec 27, 2018 Listen Download
Teaching Kids to Give Back This Holiday Season Dec 26, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Customs and Border Protection faces new outrage after the death of an eight-year-old boy in its custody on Christmas Eve. Winter weather in much of the country will cause travel headaches for millions of Americans heading home. Dec 26, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Day 4 of the government shutdown. Actor Kevin Spacey is facing a felony criminal charge. Dec 25, 2018 Listen Download
London chefs on the British tradition of Christmas pudding Dec 25, 2018 Listen Download
Foreign Correspondent Seth Doane on reporting from the Holy Land and his passion for Food Dec 24, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: The partial government shutdown is now three days old. The death toll rises after a tsunami hits popular tourist resorts in Indonesia. Dec 24, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Holiday travel forecast. Chaos in the Capital. Dec 21, 2018 Listen Download
The Norm Lewis Christmas Album Blends Classic Holiday Tunes, Broadway Hits and Original Songs Dec 21, 2018 Listen Download
Beau Willimon on his new movie: Mary Queen of Scots Dec 20, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: A powerful storm threatens travel plans for more than 76 million people. Congress is taking action to prevent a threatened partial government shutdown. Dec 20, 2018 Listen Download
Tim and Tyne Daly Talk About Joining the Family Business of Acting Dec 19, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Stunning new accusations that Facebook gave away your private information. Hollywood is paying tribute to Penny Marshall. Dec 19, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: A government shutdown deadline is now just 3 days away. CBS says former chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves will not get the severance payment his contract called for. Dec 18, 2018 Listen Download
Ray and Janay Rice speak out on why they stayed together and recent NFL assault incidents Dec 18, 2018 Listen Download
The Economist Imagines the World in 2019 Dec 17, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Police in Colorado are offering a 25,000 dollar reward for information to help find missing mom. In Yemen, there could be a major move toward peace in a conflict the U.N. calls the world's greatest humanitarian crisis. Dec 17, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: New information ties President Trump to his campaign's efforts to silence women who claim they had sex with him. The Senate is calling for Saudi Arabia to face consequences for the killing of Jamal Khashoggi. Dec 14, 2018 Listen Download
Electric violinist Lindsey Stirling on why it's Better to Come in Second Dec 14, 2018 Listen Download
How Reba McEntire Became the Queen of Country Music Dec 13, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: New details on the rescue of three people stranded in a West Virginia coal mine. The closest confidant to turn against President Trump is going to prison. Dec 13, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: A dramatic political standoff in Britain could bring down the government of America?s closest ally. An intense manhunt in France has turned up no sign of the gunman in what?s being called a terror attack. Dec 12, 2018 Listen Download
Hall of Fame CBS Sports Broadcaster Verne Lundquist Shares Highlights of his Half-Century Career Dec 12, 2018 Listen Download
Improving your habits by starting small, says habits expert James Nov 7, 2018 Listen Download
Previewing the Midterm Election Nov 6, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Election Day, we're tracking the closest races. Nov 6, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Americans will vote tomorrow in a midterm election that is seen as a referendum on President Trump. We explore key races across the country. Nov 5, 2018 Listen Download
Brooks Running CEO on creating the perfect running shoe Nov 5, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: President Trump is making immigration his top issue in the upcoming midterm election. Georgia's tight race for governor is getting national attention. Nov 2, 2018 Listen Download
Presidential Leadership. Lincoln, the Roosevelts and LBJ Nov 2, 2018 Listen Download
The Hate U Give author on her inspiration, code switching and censorship Nov 1, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Five days until the midterm election and both sides are bringing out their heavy hitters for the final campaign push. New York police are investigating a deepening mystery surrounding the suspicious deaths of two Saudi Arabian sisters. Nov 1, 2018 Listen Download
House of Cards' Michael Kelly on the final season Oct 31, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: President Trump starts a weeklong final push to rally Republican voters in the midterm elections. Special counsel, Robert Mueller, says he may be the target of a possible smear campaign. Oct 31, 2018 Listen Download
CDC Director on the opioid crisis, the flu and researching gun violence Oct 30, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: President Trump orders active duty troops to the border and says he's considering an executive order ending birthright citizenship. Punishing new sanctions aimed at quashing the Islamic Republic's nuclear ambitions go into effect next week. Oct 30, 2018 Listen Download
Shopping via text. Walmart's new shopping service in NYC Oct 29, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Pittsburgh is mourning the 11 people killed by an anti-Semitic gunman at a synagogue. Plane crashes off Indonesia's coast. Oct 29, 2018 Listen Download
National Review's Reihan Salam makes the case for rethinking the immigration debate Oct 26, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Authorities find two more suspicious packages, including one addressed to Senator Cory Booker. Oct 26, 2018 Listen Download
Author Khaled Hosseini on the refugee crisis Oct 25, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: New suspicious packages are discovered this morning. Oct 25, 2018 Listen Download
A Guide to Scottish Single Malt Whiskey Oct 24, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: The $1.5 billion Mega Millions jackpot has one winning ticket. Deadly virus outbreak kills seven children and sickened eleven others in N.J. Oct 24, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: The migrant caravan grows as the journey across Mexico turns deadly. As Mega Millions mania intensifies, the website briefly shut down yesterday. Oct 23, 2018 Listen Download
Casper, Disrupting the Mattress Industry Oct 23, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Thousands of Central American migrants on a trek to the United States push across the Mexican border with Guatemala. Structural engineers will try to figure out why a clubhouse floor collapsed near South Carolina's Clemson University. Oct 22, 2018 Listen Download
Radio icon Delilah opens up to Gayle King Oct 22, 2018 Listen Download
Examining the Role of Commander in Chief Oct 19, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Turkey's top diplomat confirms his government has not given the U.S. recordings of the alleged murder of Jamal Khashoggi. Time is running out to buy Mega Millions tickets before tonight's drawing. Oct 19, 2018 Listen Download
Reporting on the Catholic Church Sex Abuse Scandal Oct 18, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Growing allegations of voter suppression are emerging in the race for governor in Georgia. The former head of USA Gymnastics is in custody in Tennessee. Oct 18, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Marijuana for recreational use is officially legal and for sale across Canada. Hurricane Michael's death toll is climbing while search and rescue operations continue in the hardest-hit areas. Oct 17, 2018 Listen Download
Chef Rene Redzepi on opening Noma 2.0 and why fermentation is the future Oct 17, 2018 Listen Download
Cello Bae, From the Royal Wedding to CTM Oct 16, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Sources tell CBS News the Saudis are ready to say Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside their consulate. Tech pioneer Paul Allen is being remembered as the innovative co-founder of Microsoft, and as a generous philanthropist. Oct 16, 2018 Listen Download
Musician Tom Morello on new album and its EDM influence Oct 15, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: In a "60 Minutes" interview, President Trump defends his praise of North Korean leader. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expecting their first child. Oct 15, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Washington's Cardinal Donald Wuerl resigns over the Catholic Church?s sex abuse scandal. Hurricane Michael is now blamed for at least 12 deaths, billions of dollars in damage, and nearly one and a half million power outages Oct 12, 2018 Listen Download
23andMe CEO and co-founder on protecting customers' data and privacy Oct 12, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Hurricane Michael crushes the Florida Panhandle. A New York man is accused of building a 200-pound bomb and planning to blow himself up. Oct 11, 2018 Listen Download
Defining Masculinity. Tackling Gender. Oct 11, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Hurricane Michael grows to a Category 4 overnight. President Trump is looking for a U.N. ambassador replacement. Oct 10, 2018 Listen Download
Author Michael Lewis on the chaos of the 2016 presidential transition Oct 10, 2018 Listen Download
Enhancing the Restaurant Experience Oct 9, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Sources confirm that United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley is resigning. Hurricane Michael is barreling toward the Florida panhandle. Oct 9, 2018 Listen Download
Actress Kathleen Turner Bluntly Reflects On Her Career Oct 8, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: A birthday celebration ends in horror when a limousine crashes into an SUV, killing 20 people. Tropical Storm Michael is expected to hit the Florida panhandle as a hurricane this week. Oct 8, 2018 Listen Download
Former Cisco chairman John Chambers on the need to evolve and disrupt or get left behind Oct 5, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: The Senate will take a crucial test vote in a few minutes on Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination. The U.S. unemployment rate is now at its lowest point in nearly 49 years. Oct 5, 2018 Listen Download
Duels, canings and armed members of Congress. The fighting on Capitol Hill that lead to the Civil War. Oct 4, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Senators begin reading the highly anticipated FBI report on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. . A South Carolina city is stunned after a gunman ambushed police, killing one and wounding six others. Oct 4, 2018 Listen Download
Former Super-Agent Michael Ovitz on Winning at all Cost Oct 4, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: An New York Times report challenges the President's lifelong claim he is a self-made billionaire. President Trump drops his restraint and attacks Christine Blasey Ford's testimony. Oct 3, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Earthquake and tsunami victims in Indonesia beg for food and water. More than 1,200 people have died. Conflicting accounts of Brett Kavanaugh's past emerge as the FBI inquiry is allowed to expand Oct 2, 2018 Listen Download
Olympian Michael Phelps on mental health, fatherhood and defining himself Oct 2, 2018 Listen Download
Author Gary Shteyngart on traveling the country via Greyhound and becoming a watch geek Oct 1, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Trump administration claims victory after Canada agrees to a new trade deal. In Indonesia, rescuers search for survivors after a massive earthquake and tsunami killed more than 800 people. Oct 1, 2018 Listen Download
New novel takes readers inside secret world of Harvard?s private all-male clubs Sep 28, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Christine Blasey Ford testified she's 100 percent certain Kavanaugh attacked her in high school. The nominee testified he's 100 percent certain he did not. Sep 28, 2018 Listen Download
Looking at the culture of sexual assault at elite, privileged schools Sep 27, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Supreme court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser Christine Blasey Ford will speak under oath to a Senate committee. We're in Washington for a historic day of high-stakes testimony Sep 27, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Bill Cosby will spend 3 to 10 years in prison. Republican senators hire a female prosecutor to question Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh and his accuser. Sep 26, 2018 Listen Download
Afghan war vet on running for public office Sep 26, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Brett Kavanaugh denounces accusations of sexual misconduct. Bill Cosby is about to learn his sentence for sexually assaulting Andrea Constand. Sep 25, 2018 Listen Download
How to make our schools safe Sep 25, 2018 Listen Download
British Prime Minister Theresa May on relationship with President Trump and Brexit Sep 24, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Kellyanne Conway responds to the second allegation of sexual misconduct against Brett Kavanaugh. Prime Minister Theresa May?s only interview ahead of U.N. meetings this week. Sep 24, 2018 Listen Download
Actor Brandon Michael Hall on his new CBS show Sep 23, 2018 Listen Download
Elizabeth Smart on the release of one of her kidnappers Sep 23, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: The woman accusing SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh must decide to testify by today. Only on CTM, we hear from the family of an accused Russian spy. Sep 21, 2018 Listen Download
Puerto Rico: One Year After Hurricane Maria Sep 20, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Christine Blasey Ford must decide by tomorrow if she'll testify about her allegation against SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh. The flooding threat in the Carolinas is not over yet. Sep 20, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: The woman who accused SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault demands an investigation. President Trump travels to North Carolina to see hurricane damage. Sep 19, 2018 Listen Download
An Outlaw of Literature: Author James Frey Reflects on Life, Career and Critics Sep 19, 2018 Listen Download
How To Transform America's Schools Sep 18, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: The Senate is setting the stage for a new showdown over President Trump's SCOTUS nominee. The remains of Hurricane Florence are still creating danger. Sep 18, 2018 Listen Download
Black Lives Matter Activist DeRay McKesson Makes The Case For Hope Sep 17, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Areas devastated by Hurricane Florence face a new flooding threat. We speak with the attorney for the woman who accuses SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault. Sep 17, 2018 Listen Download
Previewing the Emmy Awards Sep 17, 2018 Listen Download
Meet the first woman to lead Citadel?s corps of cadets Sep 16, 2018 Listen Download
Botham Jean's family speaks to CBS News for their first sit-down interview Sep 15, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Hurricane Florence has made landfall. Paul Manafort agrees to a tentative plea deal. Sep 14, 2018 Listen Download
Recipe to become your own boss Sep 14, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Time is running out for people to get ready for Hurricane Florence. CBS News has fired the executive producer of 60 Minutes. Sep 13, 2018 Listen Download
Telling Stories From Behind Bars Sep 12, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Forecasters warn Hurricane Florence could cause terrible damage and loss of life. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam joins us to discuss the state of emergency. Sep 12, 2018 Listen Download
The Quest to Build a Heart Sep 11, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Hurricane Florence takes an ominous path toward the southeast coast. Leslie Moonves could collect a 120 million dollar severance payment if CBS had no grounds to remove him. Sep 11, 2018 Listen Download
Should You Track Your Kids? Sep 10, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: CBS Chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves was forced to resign. Hurricane Florence is getting stronger and moving faster. Sep 10, 2018 Listen Download
Former Secretary of State John Kerry on Trump, North Korea and new book Sep 9, 2018 Listen Download
TV anchor shares personal loss caused by opioid addiction Sep 8, 2018 Listen Download
Trigger Warnings and Safe Spaces Harm, Not Help Sep 7, 2018 Listen Download
Drinking Wine and Talking True Crime Sep 7, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: A string of official denials has failed to end a guessing game over the anonymous Trump administration official who penned a New York Times op-ed. The final day of Senate hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is underway. Sep 7, 2018 Listen Download
NCI Director on the need for more research on e-cigarettes Sep 6, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: N. Korean dictator Kim Jong Un wants to finalize plans to remove nuclear weapons from the Korean Peninsula. Pres. Trump suggests an unnamed official in his own administration is a traitor. Sep 6, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: President Trump denies saying many of the things that appear in Bob Woodward's explosive new book. Nike is defending its controversial new ad campaign. Sep 5, 2018 Listen Download
Breaking Down the Bull Market, Trade and Elon Musk's recent moves Sep 4, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Tropical storm Gordon threatens the Gulf Coast. A confirmation hearing is underway for SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Sep 4, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Heavy rain is coming to areas already waterlogged after powerful storms. Hearings begin tomorrow for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Sep 3, 2018 Listen Download
The keto diet is popular, but is it good for you? Sep 3, 2018 Listen Download
How to Ask for Help Sep 2, 2018 Listen Download
Sen. Lindsey Graham reflects on Sen. John McCain's legacy Sep 1, 2018 Listen Download
Ex-NSA contractor, Reality Winner, 1st interview since leaking classified docs Aug 31, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: New details about a deadly collision between a semi-truck and a Greyhound bus. Sen. John McCain lies in state at the U.S. Capitol. Aug 31, 2018 Listen Download
Reflecting on Playwright Neil Simon's Career and Legacy Aug 31, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Arizona says goodbye to Sen. John McCain before his final trip to Washington. Florida's Republican nominee for governor is under fire for a seemingly racist remark. Aug 30, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: The stage is set for two historic elections in November after last night's primaries in Arizona and Florida. A former Texas police officer was convicted of the murder of an unarmed black teen. Aug 29, 2018 Listen Download
Oscar Health CEO on using tech to change the health care industry Aug 28, 2018 Listen Download
David Letterman on lending a helping hand Aug 28, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Former President Jimmy Carter says Senator John McCain's death does not signal the end of bipartisanship in Washington. Efforts to overhaul NAFTA are entering a critical new phase. Aug 28, 2018 Listen Download
Remembering U.S. Senator John McCain Aug 27, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Police search for a motive in a mass shooting in Jacksonville, Florida. Senator John McCain is being remembered as an American hero. Aug 27, 2018 Listen Download
Philadelphia Eagles coach Doug Pederson on national anthem debate, memoir Aug 27, 2018 Listen Download
At-home DNA test brings father and daughter together for first time Aug 25, 2018 Listen Download
Actress Judith Light on latest Emmy nomination, Transparent and advocating for the LGTBQ community Aug 24, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Hurricane Lane is blasting Hawaii. The funeral for Mollie Tibbetts will be held on Sunday. Aug 24, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: A category four hurricane is closing in on Hawaii. President Trump says an attempt to impeach him would have consequences. Aug 23, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: President Trump's former lawyer and campaign chairman are now convicted felons. A congressman and his wife are accused of spending campaign funds on themselves. Aug 22, 2018 Listen Download
Football and Samoa, The Perfect Match Aug 22, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Mollie Tibbetts has been found dead. A Colorado man accused of murdering his family makes a stunning confession. Aug 21, 2018 Listen Download
Telling America's Immigrant Story Aug 21, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Pope Francis breaks his silence on alleged Pennsylvania church abuse. Shots are fired at the U.S. embassy in Turkey. Aug 20, 2018 Listen Download
Ask A Manager: Tips on navigating the workplace Aug 20, 2018 Listen Download
Crazy Rich Asians director on its cultural impact Aug 19, 2018 Listen Download
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Morning News: The last of 12 soccer players and their coach are out of a cave where they were trapped for 18 days. President Trump picks conservative judge Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court. Jul 10, 2018 Listen Download
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Senior adviser to President Obama, Dan Pfeiffer, discusses memoir Jul 9, 2018 Listen Download
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After #MeToo: NYT journalists discuss how life changed for those who spoke out Jun 30, 2018 Listen Download
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GLAAD calls for constitutional amendment to protect LGBTQ community Jun 28, 2018 Listen Download
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Ultrarunner Scott Jurek and His Wife, Jenny, On Racing Toward Dreams Jun 21, 2018 Listen Download
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The challenges, stakes, and delicate diplomatic dance of the North Korea summit Jun 11, 2018 Listen Download
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Robert F. Kennedy?s Funeral Train: The People?s View Jun 7, 2018 Listen Download
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Oprah picks the memoir of a former death row inmate for her book club Jun 6, 2018 Listen Download
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Carnival Cruise President on handling crises at sea, focusing on personalization and cruising to Havana Jun 1, 2018 Listen Download
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Stephen King on The Outsider and where he gets his story ideas May 27, 2018 Listen Download
Heroic crew of Southwest Flight 1380 describe bond that pulled them through chaos May 26, 2018 Listen Download
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Iraq vet on helping veterans transition into the workforce May 25, 2018 Listen Download
The Tale of Roxanne, Roxanne May 24, 2018 Listen Download
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Morning News: North Korea says it destroyed its nuclear test site. A new NFL policy requires players on the field to stand for the National Anthem. May 24, 2018 Listen Download
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Morning News: Inside North Korea to witness the shutdown of the country's nuclear testing site. A Texas sheriff says officers who responded to the school shooting prevented an even bigger tragedy. May 22, 2018 Listen Download
Temple Grandin on the importance of making stuff with your hands May 22, 2018 Listen Download
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Ken Langone, Home Depot co-founder, on why capitalism works May 20, 2018 Listen Download
Wrongfully convicted Missouri man released from prison after nearly 18 years May 19, 2018 Listen Download
Previewing Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Royal Wedding May 18, 2018 Listen Download
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Discovering America's Towns May 17, 2018 Listen Download
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The Potential of Solar Power and How to Harness It May 16, 2018 Listen Download
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Former Russian Amb. McFaul on Putin, Trump, Obama and Medvedev May 15, 2018 Listen Download
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Louie Anderson on becoming friends with your mother May 11, 2018 Listen Download
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Why you should not seek a tan this summer May 10, 2018 Listen Download
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Ronan Farrow on the fate of American diplomacy and winning the Pulitzer Prize May 9, 2018 Listen Download
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Making sneakers from wool and trees, the story behind Allbirds May 7, 2018 Listen Download
Condoleezza Rice on North Korea summit, Trump and Political Risk May 6, 2018 Listen Download
James Comey on values, Giuliani's attacks, and peace May 6, 2018 Listen Download
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From Upstate NY to War-Torn Sudan, a Doctor's Journey May 4, 2018 Listen Download
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The Story Behind Empire on Blood May 3, 2018 Listen Download
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Hunting Tornadoes in the Sky May 2, 2018 Listen Download
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Author Jacqueline Woodson on reading like a writer May 1, 2018 Listen Download
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Why Airbnb is joining the concert business Apr 30, 2018 Listen Download
Connecting Through Cursive: Student and seniors find bond through writing Apr 29, 2018 Listen Download
Scoring Its Citizens: China's social credit score bans some from travel Apr 28, 2018 Listen Download
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Grand Strategy: From Octavian Augustus and Machiavelli to Lincoln and FDR Apr 27, 2018 Listen Download
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The Future of Putin and Reflecting on Stalin's Gulags Apr 26, 2018 Listen Download
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Meg Wolitzer on her new book, feminism and the importance of mentors Apr 25, 2018 Listen Download
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Cecile Richards on advocating for the underdog and overcoming self doubt Apr 24, 2018 Listen Download
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Alzheimer's: It's impact, the science and it's future Apr 23, 2018 Listen Download
Amy Schumer on new movie, critics and changing her comedic voice Apr 22, 2018 Listen Download
Amy Schumer on new movie, critics and changing her comedic voice Apr 22, 2018 Listen Download
Remembering Barbara Bush Apr 21, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: CBS News obtains James Comey's confidential memos about his meetings with President Trump. Protests rock Syracuse University after a video shows fraternity members repeatedly using racial and ethnic slurs. Apr 20, 2018 Listen Download
Cuba's Transition of Power Apr 20, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: The FAA orders inspections of every airplane engine like the one that exploded on a Southwest Airlines 737. President Trump threatens to walk out of a meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un if there are signs it won?t be fruitful. Apr 19, 2018 Listen Download
Unified: Friendship Trumps Politics with Sen. Scott and Rep. Gowdy Apr 19, 2018 Listen Download
How Pope Francis is pushing the limits and the future of Catholicism Apr 18, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: America remembers Barbara Bush, former First Lady and presidential mom, who died at the age of 92. CIA Director and Secretary of State nominee Mike Pompeo held a secret meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. Apr 18, 2018 Listen Download
Nod Less and Cry More, says Dear Madam President author Jennifer Palmieri Apr 17, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Fox News host Sean Hannity is defending his relationship with President Trump's fixer and personal lawyer. Seth Doane reports from the Syrian town where a suspected chemical attack brought that U.S. response. Apr 17, 2018 Listen Download
Silicon Valley's Jimmy O. Yang on pursuing comedy Apr 16, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: In an explosive interview, James Comey calls President Trump morally unfit to serve. Seth Doane is in the Syrian town where the suspected chemical attack took place. Apr 16, 2018 Listen Download
House Speaker Paul Ryan on leaving Congress Apr 15, 2018 Listen Download
Russian millennials on Trump, Putin and escalating tensions with the U.S. Apr 14, 2018 Listen Download
Singer Brett Young on giving country music a new sound Apr 13, 2018 Listen Download
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Country singer Carly Pearce making music for the everyday woman Apr 12, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Russia asks for calm overnight as President Trump considers a strike against Syria. Sources tell CBS News the president appears to be the true target of this week's raids on his personal lawyer. Apr 12, 2018 Listen Download
Barging into the Hollywood Boys' Club with Humor Apr 11, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Speaker of the House Paul Ryan will not run for re-election. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is back on Capitol Hill this morning. Apr 11, 2018 Listen Download
Elizabeth Smart: Nearly 16 Years Later Apr 11, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: New details about the FBI raids targeting President Trump's private attorney Michael Cohen. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg will answer senators? questions today about his company's failure to protect user data. Apr 10, 2018 Listen Download
Hillsong Church's founder on the church's success and his biggest personal disappointment Apr 9, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: Russia blames Israel for an overnight missile attack on a Syrian air base. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg heads to Capitol Hill today as the social media giant suspends another data firm. Apr 9, 2018 Listen Download
Spotify CEO on going public, convincing Taylor Swift to rejoin Apr 8, 2018 Listen Download
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NOLA Mayor Mitch Landrieu on race, family and 2020 Apr 6, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: President Trump escalates the trade dispute with China. Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg admits the company did not strengthen its security fast enough to safeguard the data of millions of users. Apr 6, 2018 Listen Download
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Morning News: President Trump signs a proclamation to send National Guard troops to the border with Mexico. Mark Zuckerberg now admits Facebook may have improperly shared personal data from as many as 87 million users. Apr 5, 2018 Listen Download
MLK, The Man, In His Final Years Apr 4, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: New revelations about the woman who shot three people at YouTube's headquarters. Thousands of people are gathering in Memphis to remember the life and achievements of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Apr 4, 2018 Listen Download
The Fight for Trans Equality Apr 3, 2018 Listen Download
Morning News: The EPA will announce plans today to reverse Obama-era fuel standards meant to fight air pollution. Investors watch Wall Street this morning after another selloff led by tech stocks. Apr 3, 2018 Listen Download

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