A college football star is being praised for his kindness off the field. A photo showing Florida State wide receiver Travis Rudolph eating lunch with Bo Paske -- who often sits by himself -- has become a social media sensation. Mark Strassmann went to Tallahassee to find out what brought the pair together.
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An estimated 24 million people are expected to take cruises this year. One report showed more than a quarter of them are age 60 or older, and more than one-fifth are retired. For many of those passengers, the ships are like a second home, but for one woman, ocean liner Crystal Serenity is her only home. Peter Greenberg reports.
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In this installment of our series, "A More Perfect Union," we take a look at an unexpected but powerful friendship. See how an 82-year-old widower was touched by an innocent question of a 4-year-old in the canned food aisle of a grocery store, just when he needed it most. Steve Hartman reports.
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Win or lose, players in the Super Bowl all receive nice, fat paychecks. But only the winners take home the most coveted prize in football -- the Super Bowl Championship Ring. Omar Villafranca takes you inside Jostens, the company that has made rings for dozens of champion, including the first-ever Super Bowl ring.
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One of Muhammad Ali's most famous fights was the Rumble in the Jungle, where he defeated George Foreman for the heavyweight title in Kinshasa, Zaire in 1974. After that fight, Ali and Foreman became lifelong friends. Foreman joins "CBS This Morning" from Huffman, Texas, to reflect on his friendship with Ali.
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Dean Strang and Jerry Buting, Steven Avery's defense attorneys prominently featured in Netflix’s “Making a Murderer," join “CBS This Morning” for their first interview together since the documentary series premiered in December 2015. The 10-part series raises questions about whether Avery was wrongfully convicted of murder in 2007.
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Actress Meagan Good's real-life views on sex and marriage are quite different from her character's outlook in "Jumping the Broom." It was on that set where she first worked with her filmmaker husband, DeVon Franklin. They believe saving sex for marriage is the key to success. For the couple that meant committing to celibacy until they tied the knot in 2012. Good and DeVon join "CBS This Morning" to discuss their new book, "The Wait: A Powerful Practice for Finding the Love of Your Life and the Life You Love."
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Barack Obama and Joe Biden started out as political opponents, but they say they will leave office as close friends. For the past eight years, the two have been an inseparable political duo. They have seen the country, and each other, through the best and worst times. In an interview with Charlie Rose, the vice president gets personal about his boss.
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Dozens of Angels strutted down the runway this week in Paris for the 2016 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. It featured more than 10,000 feathers, 450,000 Swarovski crystals and 43 wings. Two of the Angels, Jasmine Tookes and Taylor Hill, join "CBS This Morning" to discuss this year's show.
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When Joe Biden was 29 years old, he became one of the youngest people elected to the U.S. Senate. He has remained a member of the federal government in the 44 years that followed. Now, at age 73, the 47th vice president of the United States looks back on a remarkable career and life in "CBS This Morning's" Emmy-nominated series, Note to Self.
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During a visit to Q-Tip's New Jersey home, Gayle King takes a look at the hip hop legend's vinyl collection. After an 18-year break, the founding member of A Tribe Called Quest is releasing the group's final album, "We got it from Here...Thank You 4 Your Service."
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Powerful women are making a name for themselves in "Hamilton," just like the women they play. Broadway's biggest hit goes into Sunday's Tony Awards with a record 16 nominations. They include nods for two of the three actresses who play the Schuyler sisters. Jamie Wax spoke with Renée Elise Goldsberry, Phillipa Soo and Jasmine Cephas Jones about working on the groundbreaking show.
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Viggo Mortensen, best-known for his role as Aragorn in "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, is out with a new movie, "Captain Fantastic." It may look like an action flick, but he's not your typical superhero. Mortensen joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his latest project.
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Alma Deutscher began playing the piano when she was two, and violin at age three. Now she's written and composed her first opera. Her achievements are drawing comparisons with another child prodigy, Mozart. Alma's opera version of "Cinderella" premiers this week in Vienna, where Mozart spent much of his adult life. Seth Doane spoke with her during the rehearsals.
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John Lithgow is a five-time Emmy winner who is now taking on the role of Winston Churchill in the new Netflix series, "The Crown." The star plays opposite Claire Foy who plays Queen Elizabeth II. Lithgow and Foy join "CBS This Morning" to give an inside look at the new series.
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In this interview with "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King, rock star Jon Bon Jovi and his wife Dorothea Hurley discuss their passion of sharing healthy food and helping others.
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In this edition of “CBS This Morning’s” Pushing the Limits series, we met two high school students who not only conquered calculus, but also pulled off an achievement that can stump college professors. Of more than 302,000 students around the world who took the Advanced Placement calculus test last year, Landon Labuske and Cedrick Argueta were two of only 12 who achieved a perfect score. Chip Reid reports.
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In 2009, U.S. Airways Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger landed a passenger jet on the Hudson River. All 155 people on board survived, and he became a national hero. Now Tom Hanks is playing him in movie directed by Clint Eastwood called "Sully." Sullenberger joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how his "Miracle on the Hudson" story unfolded.
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A former drug addict-turned-millionaire is sharing his story to inspire others. Khalil Rafati was a homeless heroin addict who turned his life around by opening a popular Los Angeles juice chain, SunLife Organics. His unlikely journey is documented in his new book "I Forgot to Die." Mireya Villarreal reports on how Rafati's troubled past fuels his current success.
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In a "CBS This Morning" interview last year, Guyton revealed that Dolly Parton tops her dream collaboration list. When Gayle King went to interview Parton in Nashville, she agreed to help us plan a little surprise.
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Astronaut Scott Kelly says it was easier to spend nearly a year in space than to get used to gravity again back on Earth. He lived on the International Space Station for 340 days. NASA continues testing him to learn how extended space travel impacts the human body. In his first network interview, Kelly spoke with Manuel Bojorquez about how he's doing a week after his return.
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Buzzfeed's "Tasty" video series has only been around since last summer, but it already has more than 53 million likes on Facebook alone. Ben Tracy takes us behind the scenes with the team that's producing the digital sensation.
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Andra Day will remember 2015 as her breakout year, with the release of her first studio album, her first headline tour and her single “Rise Up" being featured in a commercial starring Serena Williams. It was all capped by a pair of Grammy nominations, one for her album, “Cheers to the Fall," and another for the song, “Rise Up.” Day performs "City Burns" from her Grammy-nominated album.
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Jack White is best known for his days in the retro garage rock band, The White Stripes. For his latest project, White is reaching way back to the early 1900’s and acting as a musical historian with the release of "The Rise and Fall of Paramount Records," which is up for a Grammy Award on Monday night. Anthony Mason reports.
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Multi-instrumentalist Jon Batiste is best known as the band director for "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert." The New Orleans native is out with a new holiday album, "Christmas with Jon Batiste," which features original compositions along with unique arrangements of the classics. On "CBS This Morning: Saturday," Batiste performs his version of Johann Sebastian Bach's "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring."
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Emmy Award-winning actor William H. Macy is well known for his roles in "Boogie Nights," "Fargo," and the Oscar-winning film, "Room." But for the past seven seasons, he's also starred as Frank Gallagher, an addict and troublesome single father on Showtime's hit series, "Shameless." Macy joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his character and tackling taboo but "moral" topics on the show.
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About an hour south of Las Vegas is the tiny town of Cal-Nev-Ari, Nevada. Population: 375. It looks like many other desert communities that dot the Mojave Desert, but this one is different: It has a "For Sale" sign on it -- the whole thing. Mark Albert asked the town's owner why she's selling.
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After a national tour, two of the hottest voices in comedy are bringing their alter egos to Broadway. Jamie Wax spoke with comedians Nick Kroll and John Mulaney about their longtime friendship and unique collaboration.
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Famous for stand-up, Louis C.K. has been labeled America's undisputed King of Comedy. But he's turning to drama in his latest project, "Horace and Pete," alongside co-stars Steve Buscemi, Edie Falco and Alan Alda. Charlie Rose reports on how the comedian is pushing the limits in this new venture.
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Before Lucy Liu and Jonny Lee Miller were co-stars on "Elementary," she was one of Charlie's Angels, and he was a young computer geek in "Hackers." In "Elementary," Miller portrays a modern-day Sherlock Holmes, and Liu plays Dr. Joan Watson in the crime-solving drama. The actors join "CBS This Morning" to discuss the fifth season of the show.
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Wells Fargo's CEO has claimed he first heard about the creation of fake accounts in 2013, but only on "CBS This Morning," one whistleblower says she alerted the company years earlier. John Blackstone takes a look at why she says she was fired for her honesty.
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St. Paul & The Broken Bones made their national TV debut on "CBS This Morning: Saturday" two and a half years ago. Much has happened since then -- the band from Alabama even opened for the Rolling Stones. Anthony Mason sat down with singer Paul Janeway and bassist Jesse Phillips at Avatar Studios in New York about their journey.
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Mould was a musical pioneer whose career began with the band Hüsker Dü, back in the punk era of the late '70s. That band influenced the likes of Nirvana and the Pixies. He later formed the alternative rock group called Sugar, and for the past 20 years, he has led a successful solo career. Anthony Mason reports.
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"The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl" creator and star Issa Rae started making shows for YouTube as a student at Stanford University. Her episodes have more than 20 million views. That success landed Rae on national television with her new HBO show, "Insecure." Rae spoke to Gayle King about what makes her so awkward and why that speaks to so many people.
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There’s rising controversy after Benjamin Golden, the former Taco Bell executive who was captured on video assaulting an Uber driver, announced he’s suing the driver. Golden was arrested for the October 2015 attack on Edward Caban in Orange County, California. Now Golden claims Caban recorded him illegally and wants $5 million. CBS News legal expert Rikki Klieman joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the case.
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As co-founder of Def Jam Records, Russell Simmons was instrumental in bringing a hip-hop revolution to mainstream America in the eighties and nineties. The music pioneer and philanthropist is also a New York Times best-selling author. His newest book, "The Happy Vegan" gives readers a guide to veganism and reveals his personal transition to a plant-based diet. Simmons joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his journey as well as other topics, including the life and legacy of David Bowie, creating a hip-hop musical and Donald Trump.
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Rachel Bloom won a Golden Globe for her role in a new CW series called "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend." She plays Rebecca, a successful New York lawyer who quit her job to follow a former summer camp fling to West Covina, California. Bloom, who is the co-creator, executive producer and star of the show, joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss her career.
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Michael Lewis has sold more than nine million copies of his books in the United States alone. Three of them became successful movies, including "The Blind Side," "Moneyball" and "The Big Short." Lewis joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his latest book, "The Undoing Project: A Friendship That Changed Our Minds," which follows the intense collaboration between two Israeli psychologists.
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Denver-based trio The Lumineers scored success in 2012 with their self-titled debut album, receiving multiple Grammy nominations. Since then, the band has toured on six continents and contributed songs to "The Hunger Games" franchise. The Lumineers join "Saturday Sessions" to perform "Cleopatra" from their much-anticipated second album, "Cleopatra."
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The daughter of a famous Broadway star, Bonnie Raitt has made her career singing the blues. Over 45 years, Raitt has racked up 10 Grammys, been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and been named to Rolling Stone's lists of all-time top 100 singers and guitarists. Anthony Mason spoke with the true American original at the Gibson Showroom in New York.
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The nation is remembering former first lady Nancy Reagan. During her lifetime she played many roles: actress, mother, advocate for Alzheimer’s research. She also transformed the role of the first lady. But by her own account, her most important role was that of Ronald Reagan's wife and fierce protector. Her death has led many to look back on the classic love story between herself and President Ronald Reagan. Bill Plante reports.
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"Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" tackles serious topics with a satirical spin. The show leaves his audience laughing while enlightening them about news that affects the world. On Sunday, Oliver took home the Emmy for Outstanding Variety Talk Series. Oliver joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the 2016 elections and covering current events with satire.
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Millions of vacationers are enjoying awe-inspiring scenery this summer at popular parks across the country. But if you want to avoid the crowds and satisfy your inner explorer, take a look at one of the least-visited gems, Isle Royale National Park. John Blackstone reports on the park in the middle of Lake Superior in Michigan.
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She's been called country music's next star, with songs that are relevant, without a lot of "glitter or girly bows and stuff." Anthony Mason sits down with Margo Price, who talks about her debut album.
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Bestselling author Jodi Picoult has never shied away from controversial topics for inspiration. She has written 26 works in 24 years. Some tackle serious subjects like cancer, sexual abuse and the Holocaust. Her latest thought-provoking novel is called "Small Great Things," which addresses the issue of racism, partly inspired by a 2012 discrimination lawsuit in Michigan. Picoult joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her book.
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Los Angeles streetcars were taken out of service in 1963, during the boom in car ownership, but now many people in L.A. and across the country are giving up their cars for trains. On Friday riders will start using a new light-rail line between the downtown area and the beach in Santa Monica. Ben Tracy reports.
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Later this week, 35-year-old Anthony Ervin will become the oldest U.S. male swimmer to compete in an individual race at the Summer Olympics since 1904. But it's not his first Olympics. He won gold in 2000 at the age of 19, then vanished from the sport entirely. Jamie Yuccas reports on his comeback.
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