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Start your day with award-winning co-hosts Gayle King, Nate Burleson and Tony Dokoupil in Studio 57, as they bring you insightful conversations and world-class original reporting from around the world.

Watch CBS Mornings weekday mornings at 7AM ET on CBS or stream it on Paramount+.

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Listeners who love a good morning show may enjoy CBS Mornings on the Go. This podcast is an extension of the popular CBS Mornings program. The hosts are Gayle King, Nate Burleson, and Tony Dokoupil. They bring their signature style to this podcast with ease. Listeners can expect some of the same great content as they would from the morning show. This podcast includes the highlights of the program.

The three voices on the CBS Mornings on the Go podcast have different backgrounds. But they have great chemistry. King has worked in journalism since the 1970s. She has hosted CBS morning shows since 2012. But many listeners may also know her for another reason. At one of King's first jobs, at a Baltimore TV station, she met Oprah Winfrey when she was also starting out. The two have been best friends ever since. Burleson is new to TV news, but the former NFL player brings personality and curiosity to his job. Dokoupil has worked in both print and broadcast journalism. He has lived an interesting life as well. His father was a drug dealer who went to jail for it. This all shaped Dokoupil's life and his worldview, as he has said on the show. The anchor is also married to TV journalist Katy Tur.

The CBS Mornings on the Go team has been working together for years. So podcast listeners get a natural rapport that feels like old friends catching up over coffee or tea. Their easygoing style makes it feel like listeners are sitting right there with them at breakfast time. But these friends are also so knowledgeable about the news. Their chemistry is undeniable.

Each CBS Mornings on the Go episode lasts about 30 minutes. The podcast talks about subjects such as politics, entertainment, and jobs reports. Some episodes feature celebrity interviews. Listeners can get both serious and fun topics in each podcast. New episodes drop every weekday.

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Dating apps Increasingly Becoming “Hunting Grounds” for Scammers | Blake Shelton Talks Life with Gwen Stefani
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Dating apps Increasingly Becoming “Hunting Grounds” for Scammers | Blake Shelton Talks Life with Gwen Stefani
Dating companies say protecting their customers is a top priority but critics want them to do more to curb online scams and stop bad actors in their tracks, law enforcement officials and online security experts say. CBS News asks the CEO of Match Group — one of the biggest players in the online dating space — about customers who have lost everything.More than 89,000 Americans are waiting for a donor kidney. Recently, a New Jersey patient became the first woman and second living human to receive a kidney transplant from a pig.Between now and 2030, about 10,000 people in the U.S. will turn 65 every single day. Many experts say the country is unprepared to care for them, and that care often falls on their adult children. As Americans have children later in life, many end up taking care of a parent and young kids at the same time. They're referred to as the "sandwich generation." CBS News contributor Lisa Ling understands it personally, and she's diving into this issue.Drew Barrymore and Ross Mathews from "The Drew Barrymore Show" join Talk of the Table.Country music star Blake Shelton expands his popular bar and music venue 'Ole Red' from Nashville to Las Vegas. This opening coincides with Shelton stepping back from his prominent TV roles.Deesha Dyer, a former hip-hop journalist and community college student from Philadelphia, shares her inspiring path to becoming the White House social secretary under former President Barack Obama. Her new book, "Undiplomatic: How My Attitude Created the Best Kind of Trouble," details her rise from a 2009 internship to managing state dinners concerts, and high-profile visits, including from the pope.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Eric Church on Opening of "Chief's" in Nashville | Bebe Neuwirth Talks “Cabaret” Revival | Angel Carter Conrad Reveals New Posthumous Music From Aaron Carter
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Eric Church on Opening of "Chief's" in Nashville | Bebe Neuwirth Talks “Cabaret” Revival | Angel Carter Conrad Reveals New Posthumous Music From Aaron Carter
In the wake of a deadly shooting at Nashville's Covenant School, Tennessee lawmakers have introduced a polarizing bill that would permit teachers to carry firearms in classrooms.Last year an estimated $1.3 Billion is taken from unsuspected Americans looking for love on dating apps. These romance scams are often thought to be the domain of criminal gangs operated from overseas. But in fact, some of the most aggressive operators in this space have facilitators on the ground in the U.S. The CBS News Investigative Unit explores how one romance scam turned deadly for an Illinois woman, and what law enforcement authorities have said has become a massive enterprise with consequences that reach far beyond the initial target.First on "CBS Mornings," we're getting a first listen to a never-before-heard song from Aaron Carter. Carter died in 2022 after struggling with addiction and mental health issues. Now, his team and his sister, Angel Carter Conrad, are releasing his previously unheard music. "The Recovery Album" comes out May 24. Part of the proceeds will go to the nonprofit "The Kids Mental Health Foundation," formerly known as "On Our Sleeves."Chanel Miller, celebrated for her profound memoir "Know My Name," steps into a new creative realm with her children's book, "Magnolia Wu Unfolds It All." The story, both written and illustrated by Miller, follows two young friends on an adventurous quest through New York City to return misplaced socks from Magnolia's parents' laundromat.Country music star Eric Church has had a standout year, marked by the opening of his new bar, restaurant and venue called “Chief's” in Nashville. In addition to launching this highly-anticipated spot, Church is playing a 19-show residency there.Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress Bebe Neuwirth is back on Broadway, starring as Fraulein Schneider in the new revival of "Cabaret."See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Jalen Brunson on Playing for NY Knicks | Matthew Hussey Shares Secrets to Finding Love| Mother of Cheslie Kryst's on her posthumous book
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Jalen Brunson on Playing for NY Knicks | Matthew Hussey Shares Secrets to Finding Love| Mother of Cheslie Kryst's on her posthumous book
Opening statements in Donald Trump’s “hush money” trial are set for Monday in a historic moment of the first-ever criminal trial of a former president of the United States. Trump faces 34 felony counts of falsifying business records. He’s accused of using his former lawyer, Michael Cohen, to funnel payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels.On this Earth Day we look at the health of our planet's oceans and how countries are using innovative technology to protect life in our oceans as they become more fragile.David Begnaud visits Jeffrey Olsen, known as the "Toy Man" in Vista, California, who has dedicated over 30 years to donating toys, food, and clothes to those in need.Knicks' new franchise player, 27-year-old All-Star Jalen Brunson, opens up about the rare opportunity to work closely with his father, Rick Brunson, an assistant coach for the team. They form one of the few father-son, player-coach duos in NBA history.Former Miss USA and Extra correspondent Cheslie Kryst shared her excitement about writing her first book, finishing the manuscript shortly before she died by suicide in 2022, at age 30. Her family says she battled severe depression for years. Now, her mother, April Simpkins, is honoring her daughter's wish by publishing her book. It's called "By the Time You Read This: The Space Between Cheslie's Smile and Mental Illness." April Simpkins joins us first on "CBS Mornings." For more information on Cheslie Kryst go to cheslieckrystfoundation.orgBest-selling author and dating coach Matthew Hussey, known for his popular podcast "Love Life with Matthew Hussey" and his popular YouTube videos, unveils his new book, "Love Life: How to Raise Your Standards, Find Your Person, and Live Happily -- No Matter What."See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Renée Fleming Talks "Music and Mind" | Keltie Knight Opens Up About Health Struggles
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Renée Fleming Talks "Music and Mind" | Keltie Knight Opens Up About Health Struggles
Iran has fired air defenses at a major air base and a nuclear site near its central city of Isfahan after spotting drones. The early morning hit was in the city of Isfahan – where Iran has several nuclear sites but according to the UN's top Atomic Energy body there was no damage to the nuclear facilities.CBS News' data analysis found 425 bridges in 36 states over waterways used by large vessels had inadequate pier protection.A lizard population that once thrived in one mountain range in Arizona is now presumed to be extinct in that local habitat because of the warming temperatures of climate change. CBS News witnessed that discovery firsthandTaylor Swift is setting a new era with her 11th album, "The Tortured Poets Department" which dropped at midnight eastern Friday, April 19th.In "Kindness 101," where Steve Hartman and his children share stories built around kindness and character, and the people who've mastered those qualities. Today's lesson is purpose. This week, we find out how one widower was able to find a new purpose in life from an unlikely source."E! News" co-host Keltie Knight is revealing details about her private battle with a chronic health condition in hopes of helping others. The Emmy Award winner revealed last month that she was having a hysterectomy to treat a chronic and severe form of anemia. She spoke candidly about the decision on Instagram.Renée Fleming is a five-time Grammy winner, a Kennedy Center honoree and a longtime advocate for the healing power of the arts. For her new book "Music and Mind," Fleming collected essays from leading scientists, artists and health care providers. They look at the powerful impact that music and the arts can have on our health.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Chris O'Dowd on Returning to "The Big Door Prize" | Brittney Spencer Talks Rise to Fame & Beyoncé Collaboration | Jay Jurden on Path to Comedy
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Chris O'Dowd on Returning to "The Big Door Prize" | Brittney Spencer Talks Rise to Fame & Beyoncé Collaboration | Jay Jurden on Path to Comedy
Hawaii’s attorney general has released a report on the investigation into the devastating Maui wildfire that killed over 100 people. The nearly 400-page report raises questions regarding Maui County Mayor Richard Bissen and the response.Nearly 100 survivors of former Team USA gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's sexual abuse are set to receive a $100 million settlement from the Justice Department following allegations of government negligence in investigating the complaints.Americans are losing millions of dollars every year to scammers who steal money directly from their bank accounts, often through fraudulent wire transfers. U.S. senators are now pressing banks for answers about what they’re doing to stop it.In the second season of "The Big Door Prize," Chris O'Dowd's character, Dusty, navigates new challenges as the mysterious Morpho Machine continues to transform his small town by revealing residents' potential lives.After gaining significant attention from being featured on Beyoncé's "Cowboy Carter," rising country artist Brittney Spencer joins "CBS Mornings" to talk about her rise to fame.Jay Jurden's star has been on the rise for the last few years, landing him on multiple "Comics to Watch" lists. He was a writer on the Apple TV Plus show "The Problem with Jon Stewart." His comedy album "Jay Jurden, Y'all" debuted at No. 1 on iTunes in 2020. We asked the up-and-coming comedian to meet us at one of his favorite spots for his first TV interview — and for a little surprise.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Wayne Brady & Deborah Cox Talk "The Wiz" Revival | DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas on Campaign to Keep Kids Safe Online
Apr 17 2024
Wayne Brady & Deborah Cox Talk "The Wiz" Revival | DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas on Campaign to Keep Kids Safe Online
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and Meta's Global Head of Safety Antigone Davis discuss the “Know 2 Protect” campaign. It aims to provide parents and young people with information about how to prevent exploitation and abuse, how to report incidents and provide resources for victims and survivors.An 81-year-old man is charged with murder after thinking the victim was connected to a scam. William Brock received a threatening call last month from someone demanding money. The scammers also called Loletha Hall, an Uber driver, to pick up a package from Brock’s home. Brock confronted Hall with a gun, believing she was connected to the threats. He is now charged with her murder.A controversial decision by leaders at the University of Southern California relates to the debate raging on many U.S. campuses over the war in Gaza. The school says it's canceling a planned graduation speech by its valedictorian, Asna Tabassum, due to safety concerns. This follows the online response to a pro-Palestinian link that Tabassum posted on her Instagram account.Actor Hilarie Burton Morgan, renowned for her roles in "One Tree Hill" and "White Collar," is back with the second season of her docuseries, "True Crime Story: It Couldn't Happen Here." Each episode delves into a different murder case in small American towns, bringing attention to often-overlooked stories.Actor and comedian Wayne Brady, a five-time Emmy winner, and award-winning recording artist Deborah Cox join "CBS Mornings" to talk about taking the stage in the new Broadway revival of "The Wiz."See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Salman Rushdie & Wife Confront Past Attack in New Memoir | Tanner Adell Talks Being Featured on "Cowboy Carter"
Apr 16 2024
Salman Rushdie & Wife Confront Past Attack in New Memoir | Tanner Adell Talks Being Featured on "Cowboy Carter"
No jurors were selected on the first day of former President Donald Trump’s "hush money" trial. Out of the first batch of 96 prospective jurors who were sworn in and questioned, more than half were excused, many after saying they could not be fair and impartial. CBS News' Robert Costa reports on the latest and CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman breaks down the start of Donald Trump’s “hush money” trial and what to expect.Meanwhile, the U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments over whether to throw out a charge filed against Trump and hundreds of defendants from the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.CBS News investigates illicit marijuana grow operations tied to Chinese criminal networks in Maine.Jury selection for the trial of Karen Read begins Tuesday. She is accused of murdering her police officer boyfriend in January of 2022. She has pleaded not guilty. The case has exploded across the Boston area. Her defense team claims someone else killed O'Keefe, and that she is being framed in a coverup conspiracy involving multiple other law enforcement agencies.Recognized as one of CMT's "Next Women of Country," Tanner Adell's career soared after her appearances on Beyoncé's latest album. With a 1,500% spike in Spotify listeners and a new single, "Whiskey Blues," Adell is quickly becoming a standout in the country-pop scene.Award-winning author Salman Rushdie describes his new memoir as a "reckoning." In 2022, he was stabbed in the neck and abdomen more than a dozen times in western New York and lost sight in his right eye. In Rushdie's new memoir, "Knife: Meditations After an Attempted Murder," he writes about the attack. He and his wife, poet and author Rachel Eliza Griffiths, join "CBS Mornings" for their first joint live interview.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Morgan Price Talks Historic Gymnastics Win | Rebecca Wisocky on New "Ghosts" Episode | Alua Arthur on Embracing Life by Acknowledging Death
Apr 15 2024
Morgan Price Talks Historic Gymnastics Win | Rebecca Wisocky on New "Ghosts" Episode | Alua Arthur on Embracing Life by Acknowledging Death
Iran launched more than 300 drones and missiles on Israel over the weekend. Nearly all projectiles were stopped by Israel’s air defenses, helped by the U.S. and other allies. Samantha Vinograd, CBS News national security contributor and former assistant secretary for Counterterrorism and Threat Prevention at DHS, explains the conflict between Israel and Iran, and what the U.S. could do next.White House national security communications adviser John Kirby speaks about the U.S. response to Iran's unprecedented attack on Israel over the weekend.A look at the potential disruptions to the global economy, including impacts on oil markets after Iran's unprecedented launch of more than 300 missiles and drones toward Israel on Saturday.David Begnaud has the story of an unlikely friendship at a Massachusetts elementary school, proving that words are not always necessary to form a special connection.Morgan Price, a gymnast from Fisk University, has vaulted into history by becoming the first athlete from a historically Black college or university to win a national collegiate gymnastics championship. She joins "CBS Mornings" along with her mother to talk about her historic win.Author Alua Arthur helps people prepare for the end of their lives. Her new book is called, "Briefly Perfectly Human: Making an Authentic Life by Getting Real About the End." It offers lessons learned from clients and her own experiences.This week on CBS’s hit comedy "Ghosts," Rebecca Wisocky returns as the Gilded Age socialite Hetty, revealing surprising details about her character's past.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
O.J. Simpson's Complicated Legacy | Ryan Sheckler on 2024 Paris Summer Olympics
Apr 12 2024
O.J. Simpson's Complicated Legacy | Ryan Sheckler on 2024 Paris Summer Olympics
O.J. Simpson, the former football star and central figure of a sensational 1995 murder trial, passed away from prostate cancer. Simpson was found not guilty of killing his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman. The charges, the trial and the verdict exposed a dramatic divide among Americans along racial and cultural lines. Bill Rhoden, a columnist for ESPN's "Andscape" who covered Simpson for decades, talks to "CBS Mornings" about Simpson's complicated legacy.Gen. Charles "C.Q." Brown Jr., chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the nation's highest ranking military officer, is someone President Biden relies on for advice on how to handle some of the world’s most dangerous situations. He discussed his position and major issues facing the U.S. with CBS Mornings.Ryan Sheckler, celebrated as one of the most influential skateboarders and the youngest gold medalist at the X Games, announces exclusively on "CBS Mornings" his new role as a commentator for the 2024 Paris Summer Olympics.Country music artist ERNEST talks to “CBS Mornings” about releasing his new album, “Nashville, Tennessee.” He opened up about his life journey that took unexpected turns and led him to a career in the spotlight.In the “CBS Mornings” series, Kindness 101, Steve Hartman and his children share stories built around kindness and character and the people who've mastered those qualities. Today's lesson is altruism. This week, we hear a story about a young man who finds a 20-dollar bill in a Cracker Barrel parking lot. What he decides to do with it is priceless.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Wilmer Valderrama Talks 1,000th episode of "NCIS" | Jim Nantz Previews The Masters | John Legend & Ecologist Rae Wynn-Grant on Working Together with New Book
Apr 11 2024
Wilmer Valderrama Talks 1,000th episode of "NCIS" | Jim Nantz Previews The Masters | John Legend & Ecologist Rae Wynn-Grant on Working Together with New Book
The White House is announcing new gun safety reform with plans to close the so-called "gun show loophole." Officials in the Biden administration say that under the new rule background screenings will soon be required before anyone can buy guns online or in person at gun shows.Amanda Knox is facing a new trial Thursday in Italy for slander. It stems from a wrongful accusation she made in 2007 while being questioned about the death of her roommate, Meredith Kercher. She was later convicted of murder, then exonerated.The U.S. is counting on Japan to help counter China's spread of influence. Japan's increasing military presence on their island of Ishigaki is upsetting locals. If China attacks Taiwan and the U.S. steps in, Japan could end up in the fight, putting Ishigaki on the front line.CBS Sports is set to broadcast the esteemed Masters Tournament for the 69th consecutive year, featuring the iconic Augusta National Golf Club. Jim Nantz will lead the coverage for his 39th consecutive year. He joins "CBS Mornings" to preview the big match.Musician John Legend is committed to highlighting diverse voices and co-founded the publishing company, Get Lifted Books. The imprint is out with a new memoir by wildlife ecologist, Rae Wynn-Grant, titled "Wild Life: Finding My Purpose in an Untamed World." It follows her adventures in the wild as a scientist over her 20-year career, and the challenges she overcame."NCIS" star Wilmer Valderrama joins "CBS Mornings" as the iconic franchise celebrates 1,000 episodes.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Singer Marcus King on Mental Health Journey | Hanif Abdurraqib on New Book
Apr 10 2024
Singer Marcus King on Mental Health Journey | Hanif Abdurraqib on New Book
The Arizona Supreme Court reinstated an abortion law from the 1860s that is a near-total ban. There is no exception for rape or incest, the law says, but is an exception to save the life of the mother. Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs joins "CBS Mornings" to discuss the 4-2 decision.The Biden administration has announced the first-ever national standard for drinking water. The White House says it will protect 100 million Americans from harmful chemicals coming out of their taps.Americans estimate they’ll need $1.46 million saved to retire comfortably, according to a new study. That’s a 53% increase from what people thought they needed just four years ago. Business analyst Jill Schlesinger talks about how you can save more for retirement.Bestselling author and MacArthur "Genius" Grant recipient Hanif Abdurraqib joins us to talk about his new book "There's Always This Year" -- a book that he aimed to make unlike any he'd ever seen before. It mixes the story of LeBron's rise, departure and return to Cleveland with personal narrative, poetry and prose on themes like grief, longing, community and Boys II Men.Marcus King’s new album takes a personal look at the darkest days of his mental health journey. It also focuses on the Grammy-nominated musician’s hope found through therapy and music.Bestselling author and MacArthur "Genius" Grant recipient Hanif Abdurraqib joins us to talk about his new book "There's Always This Year" -- a book that he aimed to make unlike any he'd ever seen before. It mixes the story of LeBron's rise, departure and return to Cleveland with personal narrative, poetry and prose on themes like grief, longing, community and Boys II Men.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Maren Morris & Karina Argow Talk New Children's Book | Juanes Reflects on Career | UConn Coach on Second Consecutive National Title
Apr 9 2024
Maren Morris & Karina Argow Talk New Children's Book | Juanes Reflects on Career | UConn Coach on Second Consecutive National Title
The largest dam removal project in U.S. history is happening along the Klamath River, which flows from southern Oregon to the Pacific Ocean. The project serves a crucial role in helping to revive America’s salmon population. Last year, the Pacific salmon season was canceled.More than 1 million women in the U.S. become menopausal each year, but there is still a stigma around it. Dr. Sharon Malone is an OB-GYN and the chief medical adviser of "Alloy Women's Health." In her new book, "Grown Woman Talk," she gets candid about aging and urges women to advocate for their health without shame.The UConn Huskies once again are on top, winning their second consecutive national championship by beating Purdue, 75 - 60 on Monday night to cap off one of the dominant runs in NCAA Tournament history. Head coach Danny Hurley joins Nate Burleson to discuss his team's back-to-back wins.Transitioning from melodies to storytelling, Maren Morris, together with her best friend and former English teacher Karina Argow, introduce "Addie Ant Goes on an Adventure," a children's book that explores themes of independence and friendship through Addie's first solo journey, with the help of her loyal garden companions.Juanes is an acclaimed recording artist with nearly a dozen studio albums under his belt. His most recent album won "Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album" at the Grammys. Lilia Luciano met him at Rudy's Music in New York City during a stop on his tour.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Ryan Ruocco Breaks Down Women’s Final Four | Kelsea Ballerini Discusses Hosting and Performing at The CTM Music Awards
Apr 5 2024
Ryan Ruocco Breaks Down Women’s Final Four | Kelsea Ballerini Discusses Hosting and Performing at The CTM Music Awards
The Women’s Final Four begins Friday in Cleveland. Iowa superstar Caitilin Clark and her team take on UConn as the Hawkeyes look to make their second title game in as many years. South Carolina will battle NC State, with the Gamecocks just two wins away from an undefeated season. Ryan Ruocco, ESPN’s lead play-by-play broadcaster for the Women’s Final Four, breaks it down.Steve Hartman and his kids are back for a new series of "Kindness 101." They share stories built around kindness and character. This week's lesson is about having a sense of wonder. With the solar eclipse happening monday, the hartmans tell us how finding simple joy in things like astronomy, can make us happier.For our series, "The Dish," take a trip to a beloved pancake house that's been run by the same family for four generations. Diners visit from all over the world, despite its remote location in western new york and it's only open nine weeks each year! CBS News Correspondent Nancy Chen stopped by Cartwright's Maple Tree Inn, to find out what makes their buckwheat pancakes and maple syrup so iconic.First on CBS Mornings, Kelsea Ballerini joins us live from Austin's Moody Center for a special edition of "Talk of the Table." She'll be hosting The CTM Music Awards this sunday solo for the very first time. Ballerini is nominated for three CTM Awards."Bridgerton" star Nicola Coughlan and Award-winning actor lydia west discuss staringing in the new, acclaimed series "Big mood." Coughlan is failed playwright Maggie, whose bipolar disorder makes an unwelcome return. West plays Eddie, who begins to question if their friendship can survive.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Parents of Slain Aid Worker Speak Out | The Rising Cost of Bachelorette Parties | Actor Andrew Scott on 'Ripley'
Apr 4 2024
Parents of Slain Aid Worker Speak Out | The Rising Cost of Bachelorette Parties | Actor Andrew Scott on 'Ripley'
The parents of Jacob Flickinger, a volunteer with World Central Kitchen killed by Israeli military action in Gaza, talk to “CBS Mornings” and discuss their son's legacy.As the tax filing deadline approaches, watch out for the IRS list of the so-called “dirty dozen" which are tax scams the IRS commonly sees.Millions of Americans, commonly women, are affected by temporomandibular joint disorders — also known as TMJ or TMD. Experts warn most health care professionals have received “minimal or no training” on TMJ disorders, and patients often pay the price. CBS News national consumer investigative correspondent Anna Werner and KFF Health News report.As bachelorette parties grow in extravagance, reaching an average cost of $1,200 per attendee, the traditional pre-wedding celebrations are bigger, longer and more costly than ever before. Sarah Schreiber, associate editorial director at Brides.com, shares tips on how to plan a bachelorette party without breaking the bank.Critically acclaimed Irish actor Andrew Scott has made a significant mark with his diverse roles. He terrified viewers as Moriarty in "Sherlock" and charmed them as the "Hot Priest" in "Fleabag." Now, he's taking on a new challenge in the psychological thriller "Ripley," based on the character from Patricia Highsmith's best-selling novel, "The Talented Mr. Ripley." The eight-part series is available on Netflix starting today. Anthony Mason met up with Scott in New York City to talk about his acting process and delving into the mind of a killer.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
First Lady Jill Biden Surprises National Teacher of the Year | Asher Grodman on “Ghosts” | Bailey Zimmerman Talks Nontraditional Entry Into Music Business
Apr 3 2024
First Lady Jill Biden Surprises National Teacher of the Year | Asher Grodman on “Ghosts” | Bailey Zimmerman Talks Nontraditional Entry Into Music Business
Congress mandated changes in an attempt to simplify the FAFSA form. However, it was launched months later than usual, and glitches and technical delays have plagued the form’s rollout for millions of students who are up against a May 1 deadline.Sen. John Fetterman of Pennsylvania joins CBS Mornings just over one year after seeking treatment for depression at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Fetterman, who suffered a stroke in May 2022, used a closed captioning device and a stenographer as he addressed the Israel-Hamas war and the 2024 U.S. presidential election.Missy Testerman, National Teacher of the Year winner, is an elementary teacher in Rogersville, Tennessee. She has been a teacher for over 30 years and is also currently an English as a second language program director. First Lady Jill Biden surprises Testerman, the National Teacher of the Year winner. Asher Grodman, who stars in the CBS show “Ghosts,” talks about the show. Grodman plays Trevor. He’s just one of the ghosts who resides at the Woodstone Mansion, which has been turned into a bed and breakfast by the owners, Sam and Jay.Bailey Zimmerman will perform at the CMT Music Awards on Sunday. Zimmerman, who is nominated for an award, took a nontraditional path to breaking into the music business.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
The Story Behind Netflix's "Scoop" | Maurice Ashley, First Black Chess Grandmaster, on Game's Life Lessons
Apr 2 2024
The Story Behind Netflix's "Scoop" | Maurice Ashley, First Black Chess Grandmaster, on Game's Life Lessons
With the Muslim Holy Month of Ramadan now in its third week, the United Nations warns at least half a million Palestinians are at risk of famine at a time when Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. Families are trying to maintain their traditions amid the war.For the second time ever in the U.S. a human has contracted the bird flu. There has been a recent outbreak among dairy cows, and health officials say the individual had direct exposure to cows who presumably had the virus.Americans have until April 15 to file their taxes or file an extension. If you live in Maine or Massachusetts, you have until April 17. An expert offers some last minute tips if you still have to file.The new Netflix movie “Scoop” takes viewers behind the scenes to see how the explosive 2019 BBC interview with Prince Andrew, where he spoke about his friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, came about. Award-winning actor Billie Piper plays the real life BBC producer Sam McAlister, who led the negotiations that landed that interview.Breaking barriers in the world of chess, Maurice Ashley became the first Black chess grandmaster in 1999. He fell in love with the game after immigrating to the U.S. from Jamaica. Now, he has a new book that gives life advice drawn from the wisdom of chess.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Aly Raisman Teaches Kids to Understand Consent | Phillipa Soo Talks Inspiration Behind Children’s Book | Megan Moroney on CMT Music Awards Nominations
Apr 1 2024
Aly Raisman Teaches Kids to Understand Consent | Phillipa Soo Talks Inspiration Behind Children’s Book | Megan Moroney on CMT Music Awards Nominations
Samantha Vinograd, a CBS News contributor and former Homeland Security assistant secretary for counterterrorism and threat prevention, discusses the findings of a "60 Minutes" report on Havana Syndrome and the probe into possible ties to Russia.A total solar eclipse will cross a large section of the U.S. on April 8, and up to 4 million people are expected to travel to be in the “path of totality” for the rare event. It will pump an estimated $1 billion into local economies.Lyn Story is a retiree whose mission is to be the “bad weather friend,” someone who is there for you in a time of need. David Begnaud shows how her kindness and huge heart led to life-changing friendships.One of the most decorated U.S. gymnasts of all time and a powerful advocate for survivors of sexual abuse, Aly Raisman is releasing her first children’s book. “From My Head to My Toes” teaches kids to trust their body and learn about consent in a positive way.Country star Megan Moroney joins us ahead of the CMT Music Awards after receiving three nominations.Grammy Award winner and Tony-nominated performer Phillipa Soo discusses the inspiration behind her debut children’s book, “Piper Chen Sings,” about a young girl who loves to sing but becomes nervous ahead of a school concert performance.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Black Crowes on Releasing New Music After 15 Years | Zoe Saldaña & Marco Perego on "Absence of Eden"
Mar 28 2024
Black Crowes on Releasing New Music After 15 Years | Zoe Saldaña & Marco Perego on "Absence of Eden"
In a CBS News exclusive interview, the family of a Boeing whistleblower who was found dead earlier this month is speaking out. John Barnett, a former Boeing employee, had been giving evidence in a whistleblower lawsuit against the company. A coroner says he died from what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound. It comes as Boeing's safety practices have come under new scrutiny due to a series of recent midair incidents. Mark Strassmann spoke with Barnett's mother and brother.In an exclusive interview with CBS News' Charlie D'Agata, Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy warns that if America doesn't help his country turn back Russia's invasion, Vladimir Putin will bring war to Europe, drawing in U.S. forces.Minda Dentler was paralyzed as an infant in India after contracting polio, and was later adopted by an American family. She underwent surgeries that allowed her to walk with leg braces and crutches. Now she can swim, bike and run — as she did competing in the Ironman World Championship Triathlon.Actor Zoe Saldaña is known for her roles in big sci-fi franchises like “Avatar” and “Star Trek.” Now, she’s taking on a new role as an undocumented immigrant in “The Absence of Eden,” a film directed and co-written by her husband, Marco Perego.“Happiness Bastards” is the first new studio album in 15 years for the Black Crowes, made up of brothers Chris and Rich Robinson. The duo, who broke up in 2015, got back together in 2020 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their debut album.Rebel Wilson reveals in her memoir that she lost her virginity at 35 years old. Maria Avgitidis, also known as "Matchmaker Maria," is a relationship expert and discusses Wilson's personal message.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.