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Rank #88 in News & Politics category

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CBS This Morning

Rank #88 in News & Politics category

News & Politics
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Start your day with award-winning co-hosts Gayle King, Norah O'Donnell, Bianna Golodryga and John Dickerson in Studio 57, as they bring you the most important headlines, intelligent conversations and world-class original reporting from around the world.

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Start your day with award-winning co-hosts Gayle King, Norah O'Donnell, Bianna Golodryga and John Dickerson in Studio 57, as they bring you the most important headlines, intelligent conversations and world-class original reporting from around the world.

iTunes Ratings

363 Ratings
Average Ratings
261
47
22
16
17

My Favorite !!!!

By john weis - Nov 13 2018
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My only source for news!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Gail King

By Gotalot - Nov 06 2018
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I reeeeeeeealy love this beautiful lady. (Marry me). Lol. Great job guys.

iTunes Ratings

363 Ratings
Average Ratings
261
47
22
16
17

My Favorite !!!!

By john weis - Nov 13 2018
Read more

My only source for news!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Gail King

By Gotalot - Nov 06 2018
Read more

I reeeeeeeealy love this beautiful lady. (Marry me). Lol. Great job guys.

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CBS This Morning

Rank #88 in News & Politics category

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Start your day with award-winning co-hosts Gayle King, Norah O'Donnell, Bianna Golodryga and John Dickerson in Studio 57, as they bring you the most important headlines, intelligent conversations and world-class original reporting from around the world.

Top Episodes

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Rank #1: Equipping yourself with the keys for Happiness

Jan 25 2019
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Gretchen Rubin, the New York Times bestselling author and podcast host, joins "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell. Rubin, who uses science, pop culture and personal experiences to explore how we can make our lives happier, offers practical advice for people looking for happiness. She shares what value sleep, exercise and eating healthy have on personal happiness. Her upcoming book called "Outer Order, Inner Calm: Declutter and Organize to Make More Room for Happiness" is set to be released in March.

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Rank #2: Ray and Janay Rice speak out on why they stayed together and recent NFL assault incidents

Dec 18 2018
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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, hear former NFL player Ray Rice and his wife Janay entire conversation with "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King. In 2014, Rice was seen punching and knocking out his then-fiancee in an elevator. The Baltimore Ravens dropped him and Rice hasn't played professional football since. The two married just weeks after the incident and now have two children together. King sat down with the couple to discuss why they stayed together and how recent NFL assault incidents affected their lives.

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Rank #3: Mo Rocca on creating Mobituaries

Jan 17 2019
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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, "CBS Sunday Morning" correspondent Mo Rocca joins "CBS This Morning" co-host Bianna Golodryga to discuss his new podcast, "Mobituaries." Rocca provides "mo-bits" for well-known figures like Audrey Hepburn and Sammy Davis Jr., who he says didn't get proper send offs the first time around. Plus he celebrates the lives of those who have been forgotten with time, like JFK impersonator Vaughn Meader, whose career died with the assassination of the president. Rocca explains why he decided to create "mobituaries" for social movements, civilizations and even a pair of trees. He also shares what he hopes will be the first line of his own mo-bit.

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Rank #4: Foreign Correspondent Seth Doane on reporting from the Holy Land and his passion for Food

Dec 24 2018
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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBS News foreign correspondent Seth Doane discusses his recent trip to the Holy Land ahead of the holiday season. Based in Rome, Italy, he shares with "CBS This Morning Saturday" co-host Dana Jacobson what he loves most about being a foreign correspondent and what's currently frustrates him about the job. Having visited over 70 countries, Doane also explains when he acquired the bug for journalism.

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Rank #5: Grammy-Nominated Artist H.E.R. Wants the Focus on Her Music

Feb 04 2019
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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, hear "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King's full interview with Grammy-nominated artist H.E.R. ahead of Sunday's Grammy Awards on CBS. Gabi Wilson explains that she adopted the stage name, which stands for Having Everything Revealed, as an attempt to keep the focus on her music instead of herself. She also discusses her songwriting process and her early musical inspirations. Plus, she sings part of her Grammy-nominated song "Best Part."

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Rank #6: Making Music More Inclusive

Feb 05 2019
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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Tina Tchen, the Chair of the Recording Academy Task Force on Diversity and Inclusion, joins CBS News' Michelle Miller to discuss how the music industry to working to increase opportunities for women. A recent University of Southern California Annenberg study found only 2 percent of music producers and 3 percent of engineers are women. Tchen shares the importance of having over 200 managers, labels and artists joining the new inclusion initiative.

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Rank #7: Morning News: New England Patriots win another Super Bowl. President Trump on the potential threat of impeachment.

Feb 04 2019
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Champions again! Tom Brady and the Patriots celebrate their 6th Super Bowl win, in a game where one touchdown was enough. We'll talk with MVP Julian Edelman about the team's historic win. President Trump reveals what he thinks about the potential impeachment threat from Democrats in an exclusive interview with CBS News. Plus the surprising reason he wants to keep troops in Iraq. Embattled Virginia Governor Ralph Northam is resisting calls to resign over a racist photo in his medical school yearbook. A deadly plane crash created a frightening scene in a southern California neighborhood.

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Rank #8: Electric violinist Lindsey Stirling on why it's Better to Come in Second

Dec 14 2018
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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBS News correspondent Jamie Wax talks with electric violinist, singer and dancer Lindsey Stirling about her Wanderland tour and holiday album, "Warmer in the Winter: Deluxe Edition." Stirling is a a two-time Billboard Award winner who grew her fanbase after reaching the quarter finals of "America's Got Talent" and later went on to place second on "Dancing With the Stars." She tells Jamie why not winning these competitions was key for her later success and why she wouldn't have a career if it weren't for the internet.

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Rank #9: Morning News: Day 4 of the government shutdown. Actor Kevin Spacey is facing a felony criminal charge.

Dec 25 2018
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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from the "CBS This Morning" and CBS News family. Here are today's headlines.

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Rank #10: Serena Williams Teams Up With Dating App Bumble for Super Bowl Ad

Feb 01 2019
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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Serena Williams and Whitney Herd, CEO of the dating app Bumble, tell "CBS This Morning" co-host Bianna Golodryga about their ad campaign that will launch during the Super Bowl. With the slogan "the ball is in her court," the campaign aims to inspire girls to take control, both by making the first move on the dating app and by taking charge in other aspects of their lives. Herd explains why she had Williams in mind when she launched the app four years ago and how the athlete represents the ideals of Bumble.

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Rank #11: How Reba McEntire Became the Queen of Country Music

Dec 13 2018
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"CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell sits down with country music superstar Reba McEntire in Nashville to discuss her childhood on a cattle ranch, her rise to fame and her reaction to being named a Kennedy Center Honoree. Reba tells Norah about her career, which has spanned across music, Broadway, movies and television. She also talks about how her lyrics empower women - including herself - and why she says part of her job on earth is to "heal people's hearts."

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Rank #12: 642 Days until Election 2020: A Look at the Possible Candidates Thus Far

Feb 01 2019
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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBSN anchor Elaine Quijano and CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe break down the crowded field of Democratic candidates already lining up to take on President Trump in the 2020 election. They discuss who has already joined the primary race and who is likely to still announce plans to run. They also explain the role identity politics will play in the campaign cycle, the potential impact of a Republican challenging the incumbent president, and the difference between officially announcing a campaign and forming a presidential exploratory committee.

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Rank #13: Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco on performing at MSG and starring in Green Book

Jan 18 2019
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Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco joins "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King to discuss his new Netflix special "Stay Hungry" and what it means to him to be performing at Madison Square Garden. Maniscalco also shares why he's decided to try his hand at acting, starring in the Golden Globe winning movie "Green Book."

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Rank #14: Beau Willimon on his new movie: Mary Queen of Scots

Dec 20 2018
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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Academy Award nominated screenwriter Beau Willimon discusses writing the screenplay for “Mary Queen of Scots.” Starring Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie, Willimon explains his fascination with the royals to CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers. Willimon, who helped develop Netflix’s “House of Cards,” also discusses his new series “The First.”

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Rank #15: Morning News: Holiday travel forecast. Chaos in the Capital.

Dec 21 2018
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It could be a miserable day for tens of millions of holiday travelers. It's raining almost everywhere east of the Mississippi, causing highway and flight delays. We'll check the travel forecast for your part of the country. This morning, police in Woodland Park reportedly arrested Kelsey Bereth's fiancee, Patrick Frazee. Police say Frazee was the last person to see the 29-year-old alive, on Thanksgiving. Anxiety over a looming government shutdown grows as House Republicans stand with President Trump on a border wall, approving the money he wants. And Defense Secretary Jim Mattis stuns Washington by resigning, amid disagreements with the president. Four men with alleged ties to ISIS are in custody in Morocco after the killing of two European tourists.

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Rank #16: From fashion model to ultra-runner, one man's journey to find himself

Jan 22 2019
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Only on the "CBS This Morning," ultra-runner Michele Graglia joins CBS News correspondent David Begnaud to discuss why he gave up life a fashion model to run extreme marathons. Discovered along Ocean Drive after moving to Miami from Italy, Graglia describes how his early midlife crisis at 27-years-old helped him find himself.

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Rank #17: Analyzing the Identity Crisis of the 2016 Election

Jan 24 2019
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Only on the "CBS This Morning," political scientist Lynn Vavreck joins co-host John Dickerson to discuss her new book, "Identity Crisis: The 2016 Presidential Campaign and the Battle for the Meaning of America." Currently a professor at UCLA, Vavreck explains how Donald Trump's racialization of economics and appealing to the anxiety of changing demographics helped him win the White House.

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Rank #18: 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 06 2019
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President Trump calls on Congress to come together and support his priorities, in a State of the Union address before cheering Republicans and skeptical Democrats. Only on "CBS This Morning," we'll have reaction from Vice President Mike Pence. The president's speech highlighted several of his foreign policy priorities for the year to come, including a second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un at the end of this month. A police officer who mistakenly shot and killed a black man at an Alabama mall will not be charged.

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Rank #19: 642 Days until 2020 Election: A Look at the Possible Candidates Thus Far

Jan 31 2019
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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBSN anchor Elaine Quijano and CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe break down the crowded field of Democratic candidates already lining up to take on President Trump in the 2020 election. They discuss who has already joined the primary race and who is likely to still announce plans to run. They also explain the role identity politics will play in the campaign cycle, the potential impact of a Republican challenging the incumbent president, and the difference between officially announcing a campaign and forming a presidential exploratory committee.

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Rank #20: Morning News: Stunning new accusations that Facebook gave away your private information. Hollywood is paying tribute to Penny Marshall.

Dec 19 2018
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Stunning new accusations that Facebook gave away your private information. The social media giant reportedly gave more than 150 online partners wide access to user data, even after promising regulators it would not share data without permission. A package of wide-ranging criminal justice reforms is one step closer to becoming law. Lawmakers are also closer to a budget deal to avoid a partial government shutdown on Friday. President Trump agreed to shut down his personal charity, but is fighting penalties, Former national security adviser Michael Flynn thought he would walk out of court free after a sentencing hearing yesterday. A community near Seattle is cleaning up from a rare and powerful tornado this morning. Hollywood is paying tribute to Penny Marshall, the pioneering movie director and iconic star of "Laverne and Shirley."

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Rank #1: Equipping yourself with the keys for Happiness

Podcast cover
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Gretchen Rubin, the New York Times bestselling author and podcast host, joins "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell. Rubin, who uses science, pop culture and personal experiences to explore how we can make our lives happier, offers practical advice for people looking for happiness. She shares what value sleep, exercise and eating healthy have on personal happiness. Her upcoming book called "Outer Order, Inner Calm: Declutter and Organize to Make More Room for Happiness" is set to be released in March.

Jan 25 2019
13 mins
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Rank #2: Ray and Janay Rice speak out on why they stayed together and recent NFL assault incidents

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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, hear former NFL player Ray Rice and his wife Janay entire conversation with "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King. In 2014, Rice was seen punching and knocking out his then-fiancee in an elevator. The Baltimore Ravens dropped him and Rice hasn't played professional football since. The two married just weeks after the incident and now have two children together. King sat down with the couple to discuss why they stayed together and how recent NFL assault incidents affected their lives.

Dec 18 2018
47 mins
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Rank #3: Mo Rocca on creating Mobituaries

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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, "CBS Sunday Morning" correspondent Mo Rocca joins "CBS This Morning" co-host Bianna Golodryga to discuss his new podcast, "Mobituaries." Rocca provides "mo-bits" for well-known figures like Audrey Hepburn and Sammy Davis Jr., who he says didn't get proper send offs the first time around. Plus he celebrates the lives of those who have been forgotten with time, like JFK impersonator Vaughn Meader, whose career died with the assassination of the president. Rocca explains why he decided to create "mobituaries" for social movements, civilizations and even a pair of trees. He also shares what he hopes will be the first line of his own mo-bit.

Jan 17 2019
23 mins
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Rank #4: Foreign Correspondent Seth Doane on reporting from the Holy Land and his passion for Food

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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBS News foreign correspondent Seth Doane discusses his recent trip to the Holy Land ahead of the holiday season. Based in Rome, Italy, he shares with "CBS This Morning Saturday" co-host Dana Jacobson what he loves most about being a foreign correspondent and what's currently frustrates him about the job. Having visited over 70 countries, Doane also explains when he acquired the bug for journalism.

Dec 24 2018
23 mins
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Rank #5: Grammy-Nominated Artist H.E.R. Wants the Focus on Her Music

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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, hear "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King's full interview with Grammy-nominated artist H.E.R. ahead of Sunday's Grammy Awards on CBS. Gabi Wilson explains that she adopted the stage name, which stands for Having Everything Revealed, as an attempt to keep the focus on her music instead of herself. She also discusses her songwriting process and her early musical inspirations. Plus, she sings part of her Grammy-nominated song "Best Part."

Feb 04 2019
25 mins
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Rank #6: Making Music More Inclusive

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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Tina Tchen, the Chair of the Recording Academy Task Force on Diversity and Inclusion, joins CBS News' Michelle Miller to discuss how the music industry to working to increase opportunities for women. A recent University of Southern California Annenberg study found only 2 percent of music producers and 3 percent of engineers are women. Tchen shares the importance of having over 200 managers, labels and artists joining the new inclusion initiative.

Feb 05 2019
15 mins
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Rank #7: Morning News: New England Patriots win another Super Bowl. President Trump on the potential threat of impeachment.

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Champions again! Tom Brady and the Patriots celebrate their 6th Super Bowl win, in a game where one touchdown was enough. We'll talk with MVP Julian Edelman about the team's historic win. President Trump reveals what he thinks about the potential impeachment threat from Democrats in an exclusive interview with CBS News. Plus the surprising reason he wants to keep troops in Iraq. Embattled Virginia Governor Ralph Northam is resisting calls to resign over a racist photo in his medical school yearbook. A deadly plane crash created a frightening scene in a southern California neighborhood.

Feb 04 2019
16 mins
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Rank #8: Electric violinist Lindsey Stirling on why it's Better to Come in Second

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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBS News correspondent Jamie Wax talks with electric violinist, singer and dancer Lindsey Stirling about her Wanderland tour and holiday album, "Warmer in the Winter: Deluxe Edition." Stirling is a a two-time Billboard Award winner who grew her fanbase after reaching the quarter finals of "America's Got Talent" and later went on to place second on "Dancing With the Stars." She tells Jamie why not winning these competitions was key for her later success and why she wouldn't have a career if it weren't for the internet.

Dec 14 2018
21 mins
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Rank #9: Morning News: Day 4 of the government shutdown. Actor Kevin Spacey is facing a felony criminal charge.

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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from the "CBS This Morning" and CBS News family. Here are today's headlines.

Dec 25 2018
4 mins
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Rank #10: Serena Williams Teams Up With Dating App Bumble for Super Bowl Ad

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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Serena Williams and Whitney Herd, CEO of the dating app Bumble, tell "CBS This Morning" co-host Bianna Golodryga about their ad campaign that will launch during the Super Bowl. With the slogan "the ball is in her court," the campaign aims to inspire girls to take control, both by making the first move on the dating app and by taking charge in other aspects of their lives. Herd explains why she had Williams in mind when she launched the app four years ago and how the athlete represents the ideals of Bumble.

Feb 01 2019
14 mins
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Rank #11: How Reba McEntire Became the Queen of Country Music

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"CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell sits down with country music superstar Reba McEntire in Nashville to discuss her childhood on a cattle ranch, her rise to fame and her reaction to being named a Kennedy Center Honoree. Reba tells Norah about her career, which has spanned across music, Broadway, movies and television. She also talks about how her lyrics empower women - including herself - and why she says part of her job on earth is to "heal people's hearts."

Dec 13 2018
56 mins
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Rank #12: 642 Days until Election 2020: A Look at the Possible Candidates Thus Far

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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBSN anchor Elaine Quijano and CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe break down the crowded field of Democratic candidates already lining up to take on President Trump in the 2020 election. They discuss who has already joined the primary race and who is likely to still announce plans to run. They also explain the role identity politics will play in the campaign cycle, the potential impact of a Republican challenging the incumbent president, and the difference between officially announcing a campaign and forming a presidential exploratory committee.

Feb 01 2019
20 mins
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Rank #13: Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco on performing at MSG and starring in Green Book

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Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco joins "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King to discuss his new Netflix special "Stay Hungry" and what it means to him to be performing at Madison Square Garden. Maniscalco also shares why he's decided to try his hand at acting, starring in the Golden Globe winning movie "Green Book."

Jan 18 2019
19 mins
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Rank #14: Beau Willimon on his new movie: Mary Queen of Scots

Podcast cover
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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Academy Award nominated screenwriter Beau Willimon discusses writing the screenplay for “Mary Queen of Scots.” Starring Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie, Willimon explains his fascination with the royals to CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers. Willimon, who helped develop Netflix’s “House of Cards,” also discusses his new series “The First.”

Dec 20 2018
50 mins
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Rank #15: Morning News: Holiday travel forecast. Chaos in the Capital.

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It could be a miserable day for tens of millions of holiday travelers. It's raining almost everywhere east of the Mississippi, causing highway and flight delays. We'll check the travel forecast for your part of the country. This morning, police in Woodland Park reportedly arrested Kelsey Bereth's fiancee, Patrick Frazee. Police say Frazee was the last person to see the 29-year-old alive, on Thanksgiving. Anxiety over a looming government shutdown grows as House Republicans stand with President Trump on a border wall, approving the money he wants. And Defense Secretary Jim Mattis stuns Washington by resigning, amid disagreements with the president. Four men with alleged ties to ISIS are in custody in Morocco after the killing of two European tourists.

Dec 21 2018
14 mins
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Rank #16: From fashion model to ultra-runner, one man's journey to find himself

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Only on the "CBS This Morning," ultra-runner Michele Graglia joins CBS News correspondent David Begnaud to discuss why he gave up life a fashion model to run extreme marathons. Discovered along Ocean Drive after moving to Miami from Italy, Graglia describes how his early midlife crisis at 27-years-old helped him find himself.

Jan 22 2019
34 mins
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Rank #17: Analyzing the Identity Crisis of the 2016 Election

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Only on the "CBS This Morning," political scientist Lynn Vavreck joins co-host John Dickerson to discuss her new book, "Identity Crisis: The 2016 Presidential Campaign and the Battle for the Meaning of America." Currently a professor at UCLA, Vavreck explains how Donald Trump's racialization of economics and appealing to the anxiety of changing demographics helped him win the White House.

Jan 24 2019
1 hour 5 mins
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Rank #18: 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

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President Trump calls on Congress to come together and support his priorities, in a State of the Union address before cheering Republicans and skeptical Democrats. Only on "CBS This Morning," we'll have reaction from Vice President Mike Pence. The president's speech highlighted several of his foreign policy priorities for the year to come, including a second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un at the end of this month. A police officer who mistakenly shot and killed a black man at an Alabama mall will not be charged.

Feb 06 2019
16 mins
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Rank #19: 642 Days until 2020 Election: A Look at the Possible Candidates Thus Far

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Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBSN anchor Elaine Quijano and CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe break down the crowded field of Democratic candidates already lining up to take on President Trump in the 2020 election. They discuss who has already joined the primary race and who is likely to still announce plans to run. They also explain the role identity politics will play in the campaign cycle, the potential impact of a Republican challenging the incumbent president, and the difference between officially announcing a campaign and forming a presidential exploratory committee.

Jan 31 2019
27 mins
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Rank #20: Morning News: Stunning new accusations that Facebook gave away your private information. Hollywood is paying tribute to Penny Marshall.

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Stunning new accusations that Facebook gave away your private information. The social media giant reportedly gave more than 150 online partners wide access to user data, even after promising regulators it would not share data without permission. A package of wide-ranging criminal justice reforms is one step closer to becoming law. Lawmakers are also closer to a budget deal to avoid a partial government shutdown on Friday. President Trump agreed to shut down his personal charity, but is fighting penalties, Former national security adviser Michael Flynn thought he would walk out of court free after a sentencing hearing yesterday. A community near Seattle is cleaning up from a rare and powerful tornado this morning. Hollywood is paying tribute to Penny Marshall, the pioneering movie director and iconic star of "Laverne and Shirley."

Dec 19 2018
16 mins
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