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Dissecting President Trump's Foreign Trip

7/15/2018
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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, "Face the Nation" moderator and CBS News' senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan previews President Donald Trump's summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland. Talking with CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers, Brennan also looks at the reception President Trump received in London, his meeting with Queen Elizabeth and his relationship with Prime Minister Theresa May. They discuss President Trump's comment on...

Duration:00:31:03

Match Group CEO: There is a science to love

7/15/2018
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More than 50 percent of single people in America have tried online dating or dating apps. The internet was the No. 1 place to meet a first date last year according to the annual "Singles in America" study by Match Group, the world's largest subscription-based online dating company. It includes websites and apps like Tinder, Match, OkCupid and Hinge. Match Group's Mandy Ginsberg is one of the only female CEOs of a publicly traded tech company. She joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how the...

Duration:00:05:34

Former DHS secretary says data privacy is about autonomy

7/14/2018
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Public outcry is growing after recent revelations about how technology giants, like Facebook and Google, collect and use our data. In his new book, "Exploding Data: Reclaiming Our Cyber Security in the Digital Age," former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff highlights the many dangers of modern technology and data collection. Chertoff, who currently serves as the executive chairman and co-founder of the security consulting company The Chertoff Group, joins "CBS This Morning" to...

Duration:00:06:47

Morning News: The father of a boy on the Thai soccer team speaks with CBS News. We?re in London amid new anti-Trump protests.

7/13/2018
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At a joint news conference this morning, President Trump said Britain's prime minister is doing an incredible job, after criticizing her policies in a newspaper interview. We're in London amid new anti-Trump protests and Windsor Castle, where the president will meet the queen. A hearing on Capitol Hill over Russia election meddling turns into a shouting match between Democrats and Republicans -- how the questioning of FBI agent Peter Strzok turned personal. A jury orders Johnson and...

Duration:00:16:32

The Fight for Women's Rights: Gloria Allred's Crusade

7/12/2018
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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman talks with attorney Gloria Allred about her 42 year career fighting for women's rights. They discuss what lead her to stand up against sexual discrimination, domestic violence, sexual harassment and fight for equality. She explains how her life experience of being raped at 22 and nearly dying from an then-illegal abortion motivated her to empower women and give them a voice. Allred discusses representing 33 female...

Duration:00:42:56

The tech world beyond Silicon Valley

7/11/2018
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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, co-founder and CEO of betaworks John Borthwick joins CBS News' Reena Ninan to discuss the company's role in helping tech start-ups such as Bitly and Giphy, the evolution of the tech scene in New York City over the last ten years and the opening of Betaworks Studios. Borthwick explains what makes the entrepreneurial spirit so unique and how eroding privacy and tribalism are unintended consequences of technology.

Duration:00:18:28

Morning News: President Trump kicks off a NATO breakfast meeting by accusing our allies of not paying their fair share. Doctors in Thailand are treating the 12 boys and their soccer coach, rescued from a cave.

7/11/2018
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President Trump kicks off a NATO breakfast meeting this morning by accusing our European allies of not paying their fair share. We look at how this high stakes summit could threaten America's most important alliance. Doctors in Thailand are treating the 12 boys and their soccer coach, rescued from a cave. We talk with Major Charles Hodges of the U.S. Air Force who shares new details about how a major equipment failure threatened everything. Eleven people remarkably survive a plane crash on...

Duration:00:16:33

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.

7/10/2018
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There is plenty of joy and relief in Thailand after rescuers pulled the last of 12 soccer players and their coach out of a cave where they were trapped for 18 days. We talk to one of the divers that took part in the rescue on Sunday, when the first four boys were brought out. During a primetime TV appearance, President Trump picks conservative judge Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court. We talk with Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer about how he plans to block the nomination. Plus,...

Duration:00:16:03

CTM: How to talk to your kids about healthy video game use

7/10/2018
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The World Health Organization has called video game addiction a mental disorder, and the classification coincides with the growing popularity of the game "Fortnite." CBS News contributor and psychologist Lisa Damour joins CBSN anchor Reena Ninan in the Toyota Green Room to discuss how parents can address gaming addition with their children. They discuss the tactics game developers use to captivate more users, warning signs of game addition, and how parents can set parameters and have open...

Duration:00:13:29

Morning News: Rescuers in northern Thailand are working to bring the trapped soccer team out of the flooded cave. President Trump will reveal his choice for the Supreme Court justice tonight.

7/9/2018
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Rescuers in northern Thailand are working to bring a second group of boys from the trapped soccer team out of the flooded cave. We look at what it takes to navigate two miles underground to freedom, and the health concerns for the boys rescued. President Trump will reveal his choice for the Supreme Court justice tonight. Jan Crawford shows us the four reported finalists, and what is influencing the president's decision. British police have launched a murder investigation after a woman...

Duration:00:16:50

CTM: Senior adviser to President Obama, Dan Pfeiffer, discusses memoir

7/9/2018
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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, former senior adviser to President Barack Obama and co-host of the "Pod Save America" podcast, Dan Pfeiffer joins "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King to discuss his new book: "Yes We (Still) Can." Pfeiffer shares why he decided to write the book the morning after the 2016 election, how to get a message out in a changing media landscape, and whether he will ever run for office.

Duration:00:31:26

Senior adviser to President Obama, Dan Pfeiffer, discusses memoir

7/9/2018
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Only on the ?CBS This Morning? podcast, former senior adviser to President Barack Obama and co-host of the ?Pod Save America? podcast, Dan Pfeiffer joins ?CBS This Morning? co-host Gayle King to discuss his new book: ?Yes We (Still) Can.? Pfeiffer shares why he decided to write the book the morning after the 2016 election, how to get a message out in a changing media landscape, and whether he will ever run for office.

Duration:00:31:26

Mom, can we talk?: A teenager?s battle with depression

7/8/2018
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Depression is increasing among teenagers in the United States. Studies show more than three million adolescents struggle with it. The stigmas surrounding mental health often prevent open discussions. As part of our effort to keep conversations about mental health at the forefront, Mark Strassmann spoke to one Georgia family about their journey out of darkness.

Duration:00:04:46

Amy Adams and Gillian Flynn talk freedom and pain in new HBO series

7/7/2018
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Amy Adams is starring in the new HBO series, "Sharp Objects." It is based on the book by Gillian Flynn. Adams portrays Camille Preaker, a troubled reporter who returns to her hometown to investigate the murder of two young girls. Adams and Flynn join "CBS This Morning" to discuss the messy character and psychological pain in the series.

Duration:00:06:46

Morning News: A former Thai navy seal dies trying to help the soccer team trapped in a cave. EPA administrator Scott Pruitt resigns amid ethics scandals.

7/6/2018
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A former Thai navy seal dies trying to help 12 boys and their soccer coach, trapped in a cave. Rescuers in Thailand say they're running out of time to get them out safely. EPA administrator Scott Pruitt resigns amid numerous ethics scandals. We look at the former coal industry lobbyist President Trump says will continue his agenda. The first U.S. tariffs take effect today and China is expected to fire back. Triple digit temperatures spread across southern California at the same time as...

Duration:00:15:57

The guilt, grief, and unexpected gifts of caregiving

7/6/2018
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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, social worker and author Jody Gastfriend talks with CBS News' Anne-Marie Green about caring for an aging and aligning family member. Part memoir and part how-to, in "My Parent's Keeper: The Guilt, Grief, Guesswork, and Unexpected Gifts of Caregiving" Gastfriend offers advice for planning ahead, caring for a parent who did not care for you and dealing with the cost of long-term care. She also shares her own experience of caring for her father who...

Duration:00:18:51

Jackie, Janet and Lee: Three Women's Quests For Money And Power

7/5/2018
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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, biographer J. Randy Taraborrelli discusses his new book, "Jackie, Janet, and Lee: The Secret Lives of Janet Auchincloss and her daughters, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Lee Radziwill." He tells "CBS This Morning" podcast producer Anthony Martinez about the lifetime of competition between the sisters in an effort to win their mother's approval. He discusses the women's quests for status and money, which included their marriages to rich and powerful men.

Duration:00:23:05

Morning News: Security at the Statue of Liberty is under review after a demonstrator climbed on Lady Liberty. Firefighters in California launch an aggressive attack on a wildfire.

7/5/2018
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Security at the Statue of Liberty is under review after a demonstrator climbed on Lady Liberty to protest the Trump administration's immigration policy. Firefighters in northern California launch an aggressive attack on a fire threatening thousands of homes -- why they fear an already bad situation could get worse. It's day seven of the heat wave scorching a large part of North America, and temperatures aren't letting up. The race to rescue 12 boys and their soccer coach stuck in an...

Duration:00:16:45

Discussing vaping and e-cigs with your teen

7/4/2018
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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, child psychologist and CBS News contributor Lisa Damour offers tips to parents about discussing vaping and e-cigarettes with their children. Talking with CBS News' Reena Ninan, Damour discusses approaching the topic and eliminating the allure of vaping.

Duration:00:16:43

Morning News: Independence Day will be red hot for more than 100 million people. The 12 boys trapped in a cave in Thailand are gaining strength.

7/4/2018
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Independence Day will be red hot for more than 100 million people. We have the latest on a deadly heat wave in the east, and the severe wildfires in the west. The 12 boys trapped in a cave in Thailand are gaining strength as rescuers contemplate ways to get them out -- including a 100-foot underwater dive. We talk with a cave rescue expert. The next Supreme Court justice could have a major impact on the future of affirmative action. The Trump administration yesterday rolled back Obama-era...

Duration:00:16:02