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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.

Episode Date
Texas at forefront of renewable energy
6:31
Our continuing series called What's Working looks at innovations that are paying off in America, from education to infrastructure and more. Labor Department figures show solar panel and wind turbine technicians are the two fastest-growing careers in the country. Texas is where you'll find the most of those wind industry jobs. The traditionally conservative state is leading the way for renewable energy across the nation. Steve Inskeep reports.
Jun 24, 2018
Flint pediatrician on red flags of tainted water, speaking up for children
7:20
Michigan could become the first state to remove all lead pipes for drinking water under new regulations that are stricter than federal standards. This follows the water crisis in Flint that began four years ago. Adriana Diaz returned to Flint to see why many people are still worried about how lead is affecting their children's development. Plus, Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, a pediatrician at Flint's public hospital, was the first person to scientifically prove a direct link between Flint's 2014 water switch and elevated levels of lead in local children. Hanna-Attisha joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what she chronicles in her new book, "What the Eyes Don't See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope in an American City." She calls Flint a "crime scene" and says the city has PTSD from the water disaster.
Jun 23, 2018
Dr. LaPook and Dr. Agus on what patients should know
13:32
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBS News chief medical correspondent Jon LaPook and CBS News medical contributor David Agus share insider information on what all patients should know before visiting their doctor. They encourage patients to do their homework and develop a transparent relationship with their doctor.
Jun 22, 2018
Morning News: Thousands of immigrant parents are desperately trying to get their children back. Hundreds of protesters in Pittsburgh are demanding justice for an unarmed teenager killed by police.
16:34
Thousands of immigrant parents are desperately trying to get their children back after they were forcibly separated at the border. Hundreds of protesters blocked a major interstate overnight near Pittsburgh, demanding justice for an unarmed teenager killed by police. Women in Saudi Arabia are set to drive legally for the first time this weekend. And we remember columnist Charles Krauthammer, a huge figure in conservative politics.
Jun 22, 2018
Ultrarunner Scott Jurek and His Wife, Jenny, On Racing Toward Dreams
25:58
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, ultrarunner Scott Jurek and his wife, Jenny, talk with "CBS This Morning" podcast producer Anthony Martinez about their new book, "North: Finding My Way While Running the Appalachian Trail." In the spring of 2015, Scott set out to run the Appalachian Trail. He ran 50 miles per day, every day, for almost seven weeks, on his way to break the record for the more than 2,000-mile trail. Jenny traveled along close by to support him the entire way. They join the "CBS This Morning" podcast to discuss what led them to set out on this journey, details of the rigorous trail, and their advice for runners and non-runners to strive for their personal best.
Jun 21, 2018
Morning News: Customs and Border Protection scrambles to implement President Trump's executive order to end family separations. We're in El Salvador to see the violence driving people to make the dangerous journey to the U.S.
16:16
Customs and Border Protection scrambles to implement President Trump's executive order to end family separations. We look at whether children already separated from their parents will be reunited. Plus, we're in El Salvador to see the violence driving people to make the dangerous journey to the U.S. Flash floods sweep away cars and force dozens of rescues in Pennsylvania, while heavy rains overwhelm parts of Texas that are still recovering from Hurricane Harvey.
Jun 21, 2018
Morning News: Babies and other young children, separated from their parents, reportedly are being held in so-called tender age shelters along the border. New TSA security guidelines could put additional limits on your carry-on bags.
17:21
Babies and other young children, separated from their parents, reportedly are being held in so-called "tender age" shelters. David Begnaud has new details about what illegal immigrant families are facing. Congressional Republicans agree they want to stop tearing families apart at the border, but they can't agree on how to do it. We have new information this morning about a former investigator for special counsel Robert Mueller, now being investigated by the FBI. New TSA security guidelines could put additional limits on your carry-on bags. Plus, heavy rain slams parts of Texas, flooding homes and stranding drivers in their cars.
Jun 20, 2018
What makes a family? New novel tackles gender, race and parenthood
41:52
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, author Rumaan Alam talks with "CBS This Morning" co-host John Dickerson about his new novel, "That Kind Of Mother." Like many new mothers, protagonist Rebecca Stone is deeply in love with her child and deeply overwhelmed. Enter Priscilla, a nurse at the hospital who eventually becomes Rebecca's nanny and friend. Just as the novel begins to explore the relationship between the black woman and her white employer, the story takes a turn. Priscilla dies in childbirth and Rebecca steps in to adopt her child. On the podcast, Alam shares how parenthood affected him, his approach to writing complex female characters and his next project.
Jun 20, 2018
Morning News: President Trump goes to Capitol Hill today to rally Republicans to change immigration laws. Gayle King is along the U.S.-Mexico border.
16:41
President Trump goes to Capitol Hill today to rally Republicans to change immigration laws. Gayle King is along the U.S.-Mexico border, where concern is growing over detention centers. We talk to the lawyer who obtained audio that she claims captures children inside one of those centers, crying out for their parents after being separated. Plus, we cross the border to see if the administration's "zero tolerance" policy is deterring people from entering the U.S.
Jun 19, 2018
Building a life resume one experience at a time
27:22
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, author and entrepreneur Jesse Itzler talks with "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King about the his new book, "Living with the Monks: What Turning Off My Phone Taught Me about Happiness, Gratitude, and Focus." He explains how the experience taught him to become a great listener and the limit of time. The former break-dancer and current co-owner of the Atlanta Hawks shares the importance of building a life resume and the unique way he plans to mark his 50th birthday.
Jun 19, 2018
Permission to Have Feelings, the Power of Emotions
31:00
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, the founding director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, Marc Brackett, joins CBS News medical contributor Dr. Tara Narula to explain the concept of emotional intelligence. Brackett discusses the power of our emotions, why they matter and how we can manage them. He explains the tools and skills necessary for children and their parents to coup with their feelings. Brackett works with schools across the country to teach social and emotional learning and with companies like Google and Facebook to integrate emotional intelligence into their systems.
Jun 18, 2018
Morning News: The Trump administration faces new backlash over its zero tolerance policy. Gayle King is along the U.S. Mexico border where families are being separated.
16:32
The Trump administration faces new backlash over its "zero tolerance policy." Gayle King is along the U.S. Mexico border where families are being separated. Only on "CBS This Morning," we talk to the border patrol chief responsible for implementing the policy that removes children from their parents. President Trump continues to blame Democrats for his administration's separation policy. This morning, First Lady Melania Trump and former First Lady Laura Bush are weighing in.
Jun 18, 2018
What fatherhood means to John Dickerson
3:32
As we celebrate Father's Day, "CBS This Morning" co-host and resident dad, John Dickerson, shares an essay he wrote on what fatherhood means to him.
Jun 17, 2018
Natalie Portman on the meat industry and Harvey Weinstein
7:17
Academy Award-winning actress Natalie Portman has graced the silver screen for the majority of her life, capturing audiences at the age of 12 in her first film "Leon: The Professional" and continuing to make her mark on Hollywood through "Star Wars: The Phantom Menace," "Black Swan" and "Jackie." Portman, who is also a longtime animal and environmental activist, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her new documentary "Eating Animals," which explores the rise of so-called factory farming in America. She also talks about seeing Harvey Weinstein in handcuffs after bombshell allegations of sexual assault.
Jun 16, 2018
Morning News: A U.S. drone strike kills the Taliban leader who ordered the assassination of Malala Yousafzai. A watchdog report blasts the FBI over the Hillary Clinton e-mail investigation.
17:00
Breaking News: A U.S. drone strike kills the Taliban leader who ordered the assassination of Malala Yousafzai. We'll share what Malala told us about the attempt on her life. A watchdog report blasts the FBI over the Hillary Clinton e-mail investigation. It singles out former director James Comey, calling him "insubordinate." President Trump faces growing criticism over separating migrant children from their parents at the Mexican border. Attorney General Jeff Sessions defends the policy, using a bible verse. A Florida roller coaster derails, sending two riders plunging more than 30 feet to a boardwalk below. We look at how a safety inspection warned of danger. More than 1,000 firefighters are battling smoke and massive flames from the largest of nearly 20 fires burning in the west.
Jun 15, 2018
Previewing the 2018 FIFA World Cup
26:33
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBS Sports writer Roger Gonzalez joins CBS This Morning producer Marty Lebel to preview the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. They discuss why the United States won't be making an appearance, which games to watch and why Iceland and Egypt are the underdogs to monitor.
Jun 15, 2018
Morning News: President Trump responds to critics who say he's ignoring North Korea's human rights record. A tornado slams into northeastern Pennsylvania overnight.
16:18
A tornado slams into northeastern Pennsylvania overnight. A shopping center is shredded and several people are hurt. We're on the scene, where a gas leak is creating a new danger. President Trump responds to critics who say he's ignoring North Korea's human rights record by praising Kim Jong Un as a "tough guy." Plus, why did the hermit kingdom's leader bring his own toilet to the Singapore summit? President Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani is fighting back against reports that Mr. Trump's former fixer, Michael Cohen, may cooperate with special counsel Robert Mueller. A former Penn State fraternity brother is the first to plead guilty to charges related to the hazing death of 19-year-pld Timothy Piazza. The Federal Reserve says a "resilient economy" is one reason why it's raising a key interest rate for the second time this year.
Jun 14, 2018
Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds: The Life and Death of Two Hollywood Legends
38:11
Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, the brother of the late Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds joins CBS News contributor Jamie Wax to discuss their life and career. Todd Fisher chronicles the relationship between his mother, the Oscar-nominated actress and singer, Debbie Reynolds and his sister, "Star Wars" actress and author, Carrie Fisher in his new book, "My Girls: A Lifetime With Carrie and Debbie." Fisher discusses the untimely death of Carrie and the death of his mother a day later. He shares stories from their star-studded childhood, the personal hardships the family faced off camera and his mother's final moments.
Jun 14, 2018
Morning News: The United States has been awarded the 2026 World Cup. President Trump returns from the Singapore summit.
16:20
The United States has been awarded the 2026 World Cup. President Trump returns from the Singapore summit facing questions about exactly how North Korea will denuclearize. The government loses its fight to block the mega-merger of ATandT and Time Warner. Mellody Hobson looks at how this could raise your cable, cellphone, and internet bills. Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, made at least $82 million last year while serving as unpaid White House advisers. Kushner's business deals have reportedly come under federal scrutiny.
Jun 13, 2018
A Glimpse Inside the Obama White House
33:45
Only on the “CBS This Morning” podcast, Ben Rhodes, a former adviser to President Barack Obama, joins “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King to pull back the curtain on U.S. foreign policy during the Obama administration. Rhodes, who served as a speechwriter during Obama’s 2008 presidential run and went on to become the deputy national security advisor, has authored a new memoir entitled: “The World As It Is: A Memoir of the Obama White House.” He talks about attending the White House Correspondent’s Dinner the night before sitting in the Situation Room as special forces killed Osama Bin Laden, his methods for capturing Obama’s voice in a speech, and how he could tell when the president was in a bad mood.
Jun 13, 2018