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Navy SEAL lives with Hawks owner as personal trainer
Atlanta Hawks owner Jesse Itzler invited Navy SEAL David Goggins to live with his family for a month as his personal trainer. That is the subject of Itzler’s new book, “Living with a SEAL: 31 Days Training with the Toughest Man on the Planet.” Itzler and Goggins join “CBS This Morning” to discuss what drove the them through the experience.
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Rookie cop saves life of 12-year-old who intended to jump off bridge
A 12-year-old girl was clinging to a bridge in Pasadena Tuesday night when a rookie police officer arrived. The child was described by police as "sobbing and desperate" and ready to jump. Carter Evans reports on how the cop was able to talk her out of jumping.
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John Oliver on success of "Last Week Tonight," Snowden interview, Baltimore riots
HBO's "Last Week Tonight With John Oliver" takes a satirical look at the news, as its fearless host tackles serious issues. One year in, the program is enjoying a reputation for scathing wit. John Oliver joins "CBS This Morning" for a wide-ranging conversation, from his Edward Snowden interview, impact of "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart and the changing faces in late night television.
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Behind the In-N-Out Burger dynasty
When In-N-Out opened a new store in Oregon this month, it brought its burgers to the pacific northwest for the first time. Fiercely loyal fans showed up at 7 a.m. to get in line. Only on “CBS This Morning,” Ben Tracy brings us a rare interview with the company’s president, Lynsi Snyder, and finds the secret behind In-N-Out’s success.
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Saturday Sessions: Jeff Lynne of "Jeff Lynne's ELO" joins "CBS This morning: Saturday"
Starring in this "Saturday Session" is one of the most influential rock musicians and producers ever: Jeff Lynne, now leading a 21st-century version of a hit-making powerhouse. Formerly the “Electric Light Orchestra, the band is now called "Jeff Lynne's ELO."
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Preview: Vladimir Putin reveals what he admires about America
Russian President Vladimir Putin is among those heading to the United Nations to address the General Assembly Monday, for the first time in more than a decade. Charlie Rose sat down for a one-on-one interview with the Russian leader for “60 Minutes” and looked at what Putin thinks of America and how the world views him.
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Bounty hunters mistakenly raid Phoenix police chief's home
Police in Phoenix, Arizona, are investigating a botched bounty hunter raid -- at a home they surely didn't mean to hit. The armed team was apparently acting on an erroneous tip posted on their Facebook page. Don Dahler reports.
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New show uses comedy to skewer misconception
Comedian Adam Conover has no fear of taking down society’s sacred cows. The creator and star of Tru TV's "Adam Ruins Everything" brings his blend of truth and humor with a wide range of issues. He tackles everything from why engagement rings are a scam to why tipping should be banned, and even forensics. Conover joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his show.
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Sisters separated at birth meet in college writing class
One student is leaving Columbia University with much more than a diploma. Mark Albert reports from the New York City campus where Lizzie Valverde and Katy Olson accidentally learned an incredible secret.
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Finding his voice: The throwback soul sound of Leon Bridges
After years of playing local, small shows and washing dishes to make money, the 25-year-old Fort Worth native has become one of the most celebrated soul singers in years. Anthony Mason spoke to Bridges about his debut album "Coming Home" and his nearly sold out U.S. tour.
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Behind the scenes of the Tony-nominated musical "Fun Home"
"Fun Home," one of the hottest shows on Broadway, reveals the poignant life of writer Alison Bechdel, who grew up as the daughter of a Pennsylvania undertaker. The musical received 12 Tony nominations, including nods for best musical and three acting awards. Jamie Wax sat down with Bechdel and the stars of the show ahead of Sunday night's awards.
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"Big Bang Theory" star Kunal Nayyar on his accent, new book and family
CBS premiered its ninth season of TV's top-rated comedy "The Big Bang Theory." Nayyar, who plays the quirky astrophysicist "Dr. Raj," joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his new book, "Yes, My Accent Is Real: And Some Other Things I Haven't Told You."
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Ciara on new album, ex-fiancé Future and their son
The Grammy-Award winning singer has sold more than 10 million albums and 30 million singles worldwide in the last decade. Ciara’s latest project, “Jackie,” is her sixth studio album. Her new single, “Dance Like We’re Making Love,” has more than 20 million views online. Ciara joins “CBS This Morning” to talk about her new music, dating NFL star Russell Wilson and how things stand with her ex-fiancé, rapper Future.
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Pushing the Limits: Swimmer Katie Ledecky makes history
“CBS This Morning” is kicking off a new series, "Pushing the Limits," where we profile seemingly ordinary people doing remarkable things. Katie Ledecky is called "the best swimmer on the planet." She started building her legacy at age 15, winning her first gold medal at the London Olympics. She's broken 10 world records, one of them, almost by accident. Norah O’Donnell spoke to Ledecky on how she sets -- and beats -- her personal bests.
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Japan encourages parents to let kids walk to school solo
Every weekday morning, millions of American kids wake up and go to school, usually under the watchful eye of an adult. But in Japan, children are expected to make the journey alone. In the Tokyo metro area, where the population tops 38 million, that trip can last up to an hour, covering several miles. Seth Doane visited one family to learn how students going solo are protected.
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James Corden on "Late Late Show" growing success
Just over two months ago James Corden launched a new era for “The Late Late Show.” In that short time, he already played dodgeball with One Direction, sang with Justin Bieber, acted with Tom Hanks and battled Anna Kendrick in a sing off. Corden joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss his experiences.
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Jane Fonda's Note to Self
The veteran actress is up for her first Golden Globe Awards in nearly 30 years, thanks to her role in the new movie, "Youth." At age 77, she already owns seven Golden Globes and two Oscars, honoring a career stretching from the silver screen to the stage. Now, Fonda opens up about her life behind-the-scenes in the latest installment of our Emmy-nominated series, Note to Self.
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Fence jumper breaches White House grounds with Obamas inside
The Secret Service is investigating a new security breach on the White House grounds. Wrapped in an American flag, Joseph Caputo climbed over the White House fence onto the North Lawn Thursday while President Obama and his family celebrated Thanksgiving inside. Kris Van Cleave reports.
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Presidential bromance: Bush and Clinton trade jokes, discuss family and 2016
George W. Bush and Bill Clinton shared the stage in Dallas Thursday for the graduation ceremony of the first class of Presidential Leadership Scholars, a project sponsored by their presidential libraries. They talked about the 2016 election and their family members who are running for the White House. They also got candid about becoming grandfathers. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
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Take a tour of new One World Observatory
The One World Observatory officially opens Friday next week. Cool tech attractions include elevators that boast a virtual time-lapse of the New York City skyline and interactive tools that help visitors explore and learn about the city. Anthony Mason gets a behind-the-scenes look at the experience.
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Innovative educator Ron Clark inspires passion for learning
Math and history are just some of the subjects at the Ron Clark Academy. The Atlanta middle school teaches everything from eye contact to the value of friendly competition. It's a method that makes kids want to attend class. Mark Strassmann reports on how the founder maintains the fun under a cloud of 55 strict rules.
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Whitney Plantation museum confronts painful history of slavery
The first museum in America dedicated entirely to slavery opened a few months ago in Wallace, Louisiana. Michelle Miller visits the museum and found a surprising history, not only about the plantation, but her own family.
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Saturday Sessions: Jason Isbell performs “Children of Children”
Singer-songwriter Jason Isbell is having quite a summer. His latest album, “Something More Than Free,” debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s rock, country, and folk charts. He sits down with Anthony Mason to discuss how his mother was the inspiration for one of his new songs, “Children of Children,” and then he performs that song on Saturday Sessions.
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Gisele Bündchen on gossip and paparazzi
After gossip columns reported Bündchen was spotted in a burka outside a plastic surgeon's office, the famous model tells "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose how she deals with the paparazzi that feeds "a system and a media that doesn't have to fact check."
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Long-term risks of helicopter parenting
During her time as a Stanford University dean, Julie Lythcott-Haims saw a deluge of book-smart students who didn't have the skills to live independently. Lythcott-Haims joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss her new book, "How to Raise an Adult: Break Free of the Overparenting Trap and Prepare Your Kid for Success."
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West Coast drought reveals surprises beneath Lake Mead
The drought emergency in the west stretches beyond California. The water level in Nevada's Lake Mead is at a record low of about 37 percent. John Blackstone reports on how the nation's largest man-made reservoir is now bursting with surprises for history buffs.
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Mark Ruffalo and journalist Michael Rezendes talk "Spotlight"
The movie "Spotlight" shares the true story of reporters investigating the Catholic church sex abuse scandal. Their probe exposed more than 70 abusive priests and found the cover-up went all the way to the archbishop of Boston. Two-time Academy Award nominee Mark Ruffalo plays reporter Mike Rezendes, who won a Pulitzer Prize along with the Boston Globe investigative team for their coverage. Both Ruffalo and Rezendes join “CBS This Morning” to discuss the film.
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Photographer Sally Mann shares life behind iconic images
The world-renowned photographer soared to fame in the '90s and released a series of images called "Immediate Family.” Twenty-five years later, Mann looks at her remarkable career in a new memoir called “Hold Still.” She opens up to Charlie Rose in a rare interview at the Gagosian Gallery, surrounded by her iconic work.
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Florida family of explorers discovers treasure from 1715 shipwreck
A family found $1 million dollars in gold and other artifacts off the Florida coast from a fleet of ships that sank 300 years ago. Vladimir Duthiers spoke to the Schmitt family to find out what it takes to excavate underwater.
Views: 70144 CBS This Morning
Diplo talks music producing, rise to stardom
Spotify declared Diplo’s “Lean On” the “global song of the summer.” The track has spent 29 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, and the powerhouse producer and DJ shows no signs of slowing down. He recently released a new song, “Be Right There.” Wesley "Diplo" Pentz joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss his music and career.
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Ultra-marathoner breaks Appalachian Trail record
Scott Jurek is one of the most famous and accomplished ultra-marathoners in history, having won some of the sport’s most impressive races, including the Western States 100 seven consecutive times from 1999 to 2005. As of this past Sunday, he now also holds the speed record for a supported thru-hike of the 2,189 mile Appalachian Trail. Jurek joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to talk about his 46 days, 8 hours, and 7 minutes on the trail and why he continues to take on these extremely challenging treks.
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John Oliver: I'm not a journalist
“Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” is never far behind when it comes to satirizing the news. The show is in its second season and has renewed for two more. John Oliver joins “CBS This Morning" to discuss the "John Oliver effect" and why he doesn't consider himself to be a journalist.
Views: 531139 CBS This Morning
Jon Stewart and wife on life after "Daily Show"
When Jon Stewart's fans learned his post-"Daily Show" life would take him to a farm, they might have thought it was a joke. But more than two months after the multi-Emmy winner stepped away from the "fake" news desk, he and his wife Tracey welcomed CBS News to their New Jersey farm. Tracey is out with a new book, “Do Unto Animals,” and Stewart is settling into his new rhythm. Gayle King reports in a story you’ll see only on “CBS This Morning.”
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NBA great Allen Iverson on new documentary and legacy
Allen Iverson lived up to his billing as number one draft pick. His offensive skills and speed made him unstoppable, even for all-time greats like Michael Jordan. His bad-boy image influenced a generation of players but also led to problems off the court. Iverson joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss his new Showtime sports documentary, "Iverson," where he opens up about his childhood, arrests, basketball and everything in between.
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Documentary "Going Clear" examines Church of Scientology
An upcoming HBO documentary has sparked months of controversy. "Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief," which includes interviews with several former church members, is being criticized by the Church of Scientology as "one-sided" and "dishonest." The film's director Alex Gibney and Lawrence Wright, a Pulitzer Prize-winning author whose book the film is based on, join "CBS This Morning" to discuss the documentary.
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How Chiara Ferragni turned her fashion blog into big business
Ferragni was a fashionable Italian law student with a passion for posting photos of her personal style. Now, she sits atop two companies worth $8 million. Michelle Miller reports on Ferragni’s remarkable success in the fashion industry.
Views: 272722 CBS This Morning
Dramatic video of deadly Texas biker gang shootout leaked
The video shows chaotic moments before the deadly shootout between the Bandidos and the Cossacks. A Waco police official confirmed that the video does appear to be the evidence they collected at the scene, but said their office did not release it. Don Dahler reports.
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Kate McCue becomes first American woman to captain cruise ship
There are hundreds of cruise ships at sea, but only one of them, off the coast of New England, is making waves and history for women. Kate McCue is on her maiden voyage at the helm of the Celebrity Summit. She's leading the 14-day cruise with more than 2,100 passengers and a crew of about 950. CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg spoke to the pioneer for a story you'll see only on “CBS This Morning.”
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Inside the lost photos of Gordon Parks
Gordon Park’s courageous photography helped awaken America at the dawn of the civil rights era. He was a master of portraying people from every walk of life. But for years some of Parks’ most important early work seemed lost. Now, as Anthony Mason reports, a new generation of Americans can see it for themselves.
Views: 14947 CBS This Morning
Bill Cosby's attorney on client's sexual assault charge
After TV icon Bill Cosby was formally charged with sexual assault Wednesday, Cosby's attorney, Monique Pressley, joins “CBS This Morning” from Washington to discuss how she will defend her client.
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The making of the military highest award, the Medal of Honor
The Medal of Honor is made by full-time engravers in the Veteran Medals Unit. With diamond-tipped precision, the craftsmen chisel names synonymous with honor, grit, and daring onto symbols of sacrifice, the medals that adorn the chests of the courageous. CBS News’ Mark Albert reports.
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Queen allows tour of Buckingham Palace ahead of major renovation
Buckingham Palace throws its gilded doors open to the public for its summer exhibition while the queen is at her summer residence. Elizabeth Palmer takes us inside the 300 year old palace.
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JetBlue creates luxury hotel for employees only
JetBlue, one of the nation's biggest airlines, is taking hospitality to a new level -- but it's not in the sky. The carrier recently opened its own swanky boutique hotel near its training center in Orlando. As Kris Van Cleave reports, even the most loyal JetBlue customers won't be booking a room.
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Gisele Bündchen on new book, modeling career and family
After nearly 20 years, Gisele Bündchen remains one of the world’s most famous supermodels. At 35, she is releasing a limited-edition $700 book that has already sold out. The model spoke with Charlie Rose about her book, husband Tom Brady and turning the page on modeling.
Views: 397621 CBS This Morning
Author Dean Koontz on "Odd" finale, fame and dark childhood
Koontz is one of the best selling authors of all time. He just released "Saint Odd," the final book in one of this most popular series. Koontz speaks with Ben Tracy about his unusual life experiences.
Views: 17092 CBS This Morning
Biracial Miss Universe Japan brings racial issues to spotlight
Newly crowed Miss Universe Japan Ariana Miyamoto is sparking controversy as the first biracial winner of the pageant. Japan is one of the most homogeneous countries on earth, and the newest beauty queen is prompting a debate about what it means to be Japanese. As Seth Doane reports, the 20-year-old says she wants to represent the new face of Japan.
Views: 220315 CBS This Morning
Why parched California land is collapsing at rapid rate
California's water emergency is creating a new crisis in one of the world's most important farm regions, the San Joaquin Valley. As farmers pump groundwater to keep their crops alive during the drought, the ground is starting to sink. Ben Tracy shows us how the land is becoming as unstable as the water supply.
Views: 154177 CBS This Morning
Lotto worker on trial in $16.5 million fraud case
Witnesses will give new testimony Wednesday in the fraud trial of lottery worker Eddie Tipton. He’s accused of orchestrating the largest lotto scam ever. Elaine Quijano reports on how prosecutors say it was a 21st century inside job.
Views: 26562 CBS This Morning
Storm simulator recreates Category 5 hurricane conditions
Researchers at the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science are creating their own hurricanes in a state-of-the-art lab. Forecasters predict fewer storms this year because of a combination of El Niño and cooler ocean temperatures, but they also warn a quiet season can produce a devastating hurricane. The Atlantic hurricane season enters day two, and Mark Strassmann is in Miami with the experiments that could end up saving lives.
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Former monk talks hit meditation app Headspace
Headspace, an app that provides guided meditation, has three million downloads as users perform a centuries-old practice with a swipe of a smartphone. Former Buddhist monk Andy Puddicombe, co-founder and the voice you hear on the app, joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss how some of the world’s most successful people and companies are making room for his message.
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