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Saying good-bye to "How I Met Your Mother"
The cast of the hit CBS show discuss their final read-through of the script and they were affected by the realization that the TV show is ending.
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Movie vs. science: Neil deGrasse Tyson on "Interstellar"
The movie is being called one of the most realistic science fiction films ever, thanks to its visual effects and story line. It came in second at the U.S. box office with $50 million in ticket sales. Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson of the Hayden Planetarium in New York and the TV series "Cosmos" joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about the science behind the blockbuster.
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Behind-the-scenes of taking an NFL team on the road
Every week, the NFL packs up and moves not only their team, but also 16,000 pounds of gear. How do they transport it all? Jan Crawford tagged along for the ride with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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Man who saved baby reunites with her 58 years later
Dave Hickman found a baby in the woods while hunting in 1955. Hickman spent the next 58 years trying to track her down. CBS News' Michelle Miller reports on their emotional reunion.
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Like a rock: Music legend Bob Seger back on tour with new album
Legendary rock star Bob Seger is back. He's out with his first studio album in eight years. As Charlie Rose reports, his songs sound like they were written for every working man and woman in America, but there was a time when it seemed his music may not reach the masses. Seger joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about his album and making way for a new tour.
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"Sully" Sullenberger remembers "Miracle on the Hudson" plane landing
Five years ago, US Airways flight 1549 made an emergency landing like no other. Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger and first officer Jeff Skiles talk to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about bringing the plane down safely on the Hudson River.
Views: 604835 CBS This Morning
Josh Radnor on "How I Met Your Mother" cast: "We decided to be a functional group"
The cast of the hit CBS show "How I Met Your Mother" look back at the show's nine seasons and share how they relate to each other and what life was like on the show's set.
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New York student accepted into every Ivy League school
An ambitious high school student from New York pulled off the college admissions jackpot by getting acceptance letters from every single one of the nation's Ivy League schools. "CBS This Morning" contributor Lee Woodruff spoke to the talented teen to find out how he made the grade.
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Cop attends wedding of baby he saved 20 years ago
A police officer from Yonkers, N.Y., saved a baby's life 20 years ago. Now, he is attending her wedding. Lee Woodruff has the story
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John Oliver on his new HBO show
The comedian known for his wit, timing and accent talks to "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about transitioning from the "Daily Show with Jon Stewart" to "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver."
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KISS star Paul Stanley on fame, feuds and secrets
KISS front man Paul Stanley has written the memoir "Face the Music: A Life Exposed." Stanley sat down with CBS News' Anthony Mason to discuss his ongoing feuds with his former band mates and being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
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Ryan Adams on prolific career and hearing illness
Ryan Adams' self-titled album has been nominated for a Grammy Award. He has released 17 albums in the last 19 years, but also has an ear illness that threatened his career. Anthony Mason sits down with Adams to discuss his career and music.
Views: 109332 CBS This Morning
"How I Met Your Mother" ends nine-year, 200-episode run on CBS
After nine seasons, "How I Met Your Mother" is coming to an end with the series finale Monday night. "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell sat down with the cast to discuss the finale and the real-life friendships that came out of the show.
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Reminiscing on three decades of R.E.M.
R.E.M. broke up three years ago, after 31 years as one of the most popular bands in history. A new retrospective and boxed set looks at the band's rise to fame. Anthony Mason sat down with singer Michael Stipe to discuss the group.
Views: 352040 CBS This Morning
"Outlander" author and actors on transition from books to TV series
More than two decades after publishing her first novel, Diana Gabaldon's bestselling "Outlander" series is making it to the small screen. She joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts with the stars of the TV series, Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe.
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Watch: Canadians help save U.S. national anthem after mic cuts out
In Canada, the mic died during the singing of the American national anthem before Tuesday night's game between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Nashville Predators. Without missing a beat, Toronto fans stepped in and finished the Star Spangled Banner. Gayle King reports.
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Woman lives nine years in forgotten house for free
A decade ago, Lisa Hardy was working for a real estate company that made her an offer she couldn't refuse. Dean Renyolds reports on how the real estate downturn became her good fortune.
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Missing man reunited with family after AP photo
Nicholas Simmons, a New York man missing since New Year's Day, was reunited with his family after they viewed a photo of him huddled over a Washington, DC steam grate, in USA Today. Terrell Brown reports how the picture was eventually discovered by his family.
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Buried treasure: California couple finds rare U.S. gold coins in backyard
A Northern California couple found $10 million worth of rare coins dating back to the 1800's while hiking on their property. Ben Tracy reports on how they've become accidental millionaires.
Views: 519345 CBS This Morning
Bryan Cranston on "Breaking Bad" Walter White character: "I related to this man"
Charlie Rose and Bryan Cranston discuss how Cranston framed his popular Walter White character on the hit AMC show "Breaking Bad." Be sure to tune in to "CBS This Morning" Thursday for Cranston's full interview with Rose. Cranston spoke with the "CTM" co-host on the set of his new play, "All the Way," on Broadway.
Views: 30812 CBS This Morning
Medal of Honor: Marine dives in front of grenade to save fellow Marine
President Obama will hold a White House ceremony to present the Medal of Honor to 24-year-old Kyle Carpenter for an act of heroism that Carpenter has no memory of committing in Afghanistan. David Martin reports.
Views: 57048 CBS This Morning
Capt. Sullenberger gives pilot perspective on Flight 370 mystery
Authorities investigating the mystery of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 are now considering the possibility of a deliberate crash. CBS News aviation and safety expert Capt. Chesley Sullenberger talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the stress pilots face while flying.
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Taylor Swift on new album, new attitude and new home in Big Apple
"1989" is proving to be a good year for Taylor Swift. That's the name of her new album which is on its way to selling over a million copies in its first week. It's all about "new" for Swift -- new city, New York, new attitude about dating and a new sound -- one that is pure pop. Gayle King reports.
Views: 143723 CBS This Morning
Leonardo DiCaprio on the environment
Leonardo DiCaprio shares his passion for the environment with Gayle King and why it's not just a celebrity cause for him.
Views: 42772 CBS This Morning
Creative director Jenna Lyons on creating J.Crew's unique look
Jenna Lyons is one of the most influential women in fashion. As creative director at J.Crew, she is credited with giving the brand her unique style, catering to everyone from celebrities to students. But as the company struggles with falling profits and tries to expand abroad, Lyons has her work cut out for her. Norah O'Donnell reports.
Views: 94937 CBS This Morning
Lily Tomlin on laughing her way to legendary status
Since the 1960s, the legendary comedian Lily Tomlin lit up the stage and screen with her humble style of humor. Norah O'Donnell reports.
Views: 116029 CBS This Morning
Alejandro Villanueva: Decorated veteran takes a shot at NFL
Villanueva served three tours in Afghanistan as a paratrooper and U.S. Army Ranger. Now, he's trading the battlefield for a football field as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles. Don Dahler reports.
Views: 277322 CBS This Morning
Syracuse professor grows 40 different fruits on one tree
Sam Van Aken, an art professor at Syracuse University, grafted the tree over nine years into something of biblical proportions. The "Tree of 40 Fruits" contains peaches, plums, nectarines and apricots, all of which are readily edible. Jeff Glor reports.
Views: 358790 CBS This Morning
Bill Murray reflects on "Caddyshack" and his career
Bill Murray's career took off in the early days of "Saturday Night Live," and from there made the move to classic comedy films. Murray talks to Charlie Rose about how "Caddyshack" made a big difference for a well-known fan.
Views: 362326 CBS This Morning
Roy Orbison's sons release new song with father's voice
In the early days of rock and roll, Roy Orbison was famous for his classic falsetto voice. Now, 25 years after his death, Jim Axelrod reports on how his sons found an old song of his that's become part of a new CD and documentary called "Mystery Girl Deluxe."
Views: 460718 CBS This Morning
Ray Dalio -- founder of world's largest hedge fund -- talks his work-life philosophy
Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio sits down the "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose to discuss his understanding of the way the economy works, as well as his philosophies and how he puts them to work in his company and his life.
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"Boyhood" chronicles 12 years of young man's life, from adolescence to adulthood
Twelve years in the making, Richard Linklater's "Boyhood" follows the journey of a young boy from the age of six to early adulthood. Director Richard Linklater and actor Ellar Coltrane join the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss the extraordinary film.
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White House celebrates Malia's Sweet 16
First Daughter Malia Obama recently celebrated her 16th birthday. Bill Plante has more on what growing up in the White House is like for a teenager.
Views: 296425 CBS This Morning
Talking Heads' David Byrne talks music industry, film and art
David Byrne is best known for his music with Talking Heads, but his influence as an artist extends to film, photography and theater. For nearly 40 years, he has been outspoken about the music industry. Byrne joins "CBS This Morning."
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Leadership expert Simon Sinek on putting others first
Author of "Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don't" Simon Sinek joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss what makes a good leader and the future of American business.
Views: 76921 CBS This Morning
Singer John Mellencamp meets surgeon who saved his life
In the early 1950s, most babies born with spina bifida did not live long, but Mellencamp survived after a pioneering operation. Mellencamp talks about finally meeting the doctor who saved him, 62 years later. Anthony Mason reports.
Views: 87285 CBS This Morning
Vice CEO Shane Smith on the future of journalism
Vice began as a Canadian music magazine and has added online content, video channels, music, film, books and their own HBO show. The co-founder and CEO Shane Smith discusses engaging an audience that is angry with traditional media and addresses the criticism Vice receives with the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts.
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Al Green on faith, music and potential new album
One of the great soul singers of his time, the Rev. Al Green's career has taken him from gospel to R&B and back, winning him the 11 Grammy Awards that decorate his church office in Memphis. He was one of the Kennedy Center Honorees this year, representing the best in American arts and culture. Anthony Mason sits down with the legendary singer in Memphis.
Views: 58916 CBS This Morning
San Diego teen commits suicide after bullying over embarrassing video
14-year-old Matthew Burdette committed suicide after classmates tormented him over an embarrassing video of him in the bathroom. His family is considering legal action against the school. Vinita Nair reports.
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Child CEO builds cookie company from scratch
He's the 10-year-old founder and CEO of Mr. Cory's Cookies, and he hopes to conquer the world before graduating high school. Michelle Miller introduces you to the mini mogul who's taking the culinary and fashion world by storm.
Views: 81705 CBS This Morning
Motley Crue announces final tour after 33 years
Metal band Motley Crue is launching a two year world tour. CBS News' Ben Tracy sat down with the members the band to discuss the announcement of their final tour.
Views: 58702 CBS This Morning
Beyond Meat CEO Ethan Brown on the benefits of meat substitutes
Beyond Meat CEO Ethan Brown joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss how growing up on a farm impacted his meat substitute products as well as his investor Bill Gates.
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South Carolina cop could face 20 years in jail after traffic stop shooting
The South Carolina state trooper who fired at an unarmed driver was arraigned on charges of aggravated assault. Prosecutors say the cop acted recklessly. Elaine Quijano reports.
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Josh Hartnett on his new show and hiatus from Hollywood
The actor famous for "Black Hawk Down" and "Pearl Harbor" moved back home to Minnesota for over a year, trying to live a normal life. He is now returning to Hollywood to star in the new Showtime psychological thriller "Penny Dreadful." Hartnett joins the "CBS This morning" co-hosts to discuss returning to television.
Views: 95835 CBS This Morning
Director George Lucas on threat to movie industry
During a Chicago Ideas Week panel, "Star Wars" creator George Lucas told Charlie Rose that the lack of creativity from the big movie studios is a major threat to Hollywood. The director is opening the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in Chicago that will house movie memorabilia along with works of art.
Views: 31808 CBS This Morning
Director Christopher Nolan on "Interstellar," inspiration and family
Nolan, the award-winning filmmaker who directed the "Dark Knight" trilogy and "Inception," joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his latest movie, "Interstellar."
Views: 96667 CBS This Morning
Longtime Obama aide Alyssa Mastromonaco on working with the president and leaving the White House
The White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations has been serving President Obama since he was a senator. In her first interview in eight years, Alyssa Mastromonaco sat down with the "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose to discuss her low-profile, high-power role.
Views: 150993 CBS This Morning
Epic selfie: Documenting a journey through 36 countries in 600 days
The 360 degree video Alex Chacon created of his travels has over one-and-a-half million views in barely a week. Chacon joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss his travels and compiling footage of the trip.
Views: 22921 CBS This Morning
Street photographer documents the "Humans of New York"
Brandon Stanton takes photos of the people he meets on the streets of New York City, and then posts them to his blog, "Humans of New York." Stanton sat down with CBS News correspondent Jim Axelrod to discuss his blog and bestselling book.
Views: 30691 CBS This Morning
Norm Lewis is Broadway's first black Phantom
"The Phantom of the Opera" keeps filling Broadway seats after more than a quarter century and over 11,000 performances, but one man is changing the face of the phantom. Norm Lewis made history when he took the stage in the title role as an actor of color. Jamie Wax reports.
Views: 32777 CBS This Morning