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Start your day with award-winning co-hosts Gayle King, Nate Burleson and Tony Dokoupil in Studio 57, as they bring you insightful conversations and world-class original reporting from around the world.
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Start your day with award-winning co-hosts Gayle King, Nate Burleson and Tony Dokoupil in Studio 57, as they bring you insightful conversations and world-class original reporting from around the world.
Watch CBS Mornings weekday mornings at 7AM ET on CBS or stream it on Paramount+.

    Dating apps Increasingly Becoming “Hunting Grounds” for Scammers | Blake Shelton Talks Life with Gwen Stefani

    Dating apps Increasingly Becoming “Hunting Grounds” for Scammers | Blake Shelton Talks Life with Gwen Stefani

    Dating companies say protecting their customers is a top priority but critics want them to do more to curb online scams and stop bad actors in their tracks, law enforcement officials and online security experts say. CBS News asks the CEO of Match Group — one of the biggest players in the online dating space — about customers who have lost everything.

    More than 89,000 Americans are waiting for a donor kidney. Recently, a New Jersey patient became the first woman and second living human to receive a kidney transplant from a pig.

    Between now and 2030, about 10,000 people in the U.S. will turn 65 every single day. Many experts say the country is unprepared to care for them, and that care often falls on their adult children. As Americans have children later in life, many end up taking care of a parent and young kids at the same time. They're referred to as the "sandwich generation." CBS News contributor Lisa Ling understands it personally, and she's diving into this issue.

    Drew Barrymore and Ross Mathews from "The Drew Barrymore Show" join Talk of the Table.

    Country music star Blake Shelton expands his popular bar and music venue 'Ole Red' from Nashville to Las Vegas. This opening coincides with Shelton stepping back from his prominent TV roles.

    Deesha Dyer, a former hip-hop journalist and community college student from Philadelphia, shares her inspiring path to becoming the White House social secretary under former President Barack Obama. Her new book, "Undiplomatic: How My Attitude Created the Best Kind of Trouble," details her rise from a 2009 internship to managing state dinners concerts, and high-profile visits, including from the pope.

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    • 38 min
    Eric Church on Opening of "Chief's" in Nashville | Bebe Neuwirth Talks “Cabaret” Revival | Angel Carter Conrad Reveals New Posthumous Music From Aaron Carter

    Eric Church on Opening of "Chief's" in Nashville | Bebe Neuwirth Talks “Cabaret” Revival | Angel Carter Conrad Reveals New Posthumous Music From Aaron Carter

    In the wake of a deadly shooting at Nashville's Covenant School, Tennessee lawmakers have introduced a polarizing bill that would permit teachers to carry firearms in classrooms.

    Last year an estimated $1.3 Billion is taken from unsuspected Americans looking for love on dating apps. These romance scams are often thought to be the domain of criminal gangs operated from overseas. But in fact, some of the most aggressive operators in this space have facilitators on the ground in the U.S. The CBS News Investigative Unit explores how one romance scam turned deadly for an Illinois woman, and what law enforcement authorities have said has become a massive enterprise with consequences that reach far beyond the initial target.

    First on "CBS Mornings," we're getting a first listen to a never-before-heard song from Aaron Carter. Carter died in 2022 after struggling with addiction and mental health issues. Now, his team and his sister, Angel Carter Conrad, are releasing his previously unheard music. "The Recovery Album" comes out May 24. Part of the proceeds will go to the nonprofit "The Kids Mental Health Foundation," formerly known as "On Our Sleeves."

    Chanel Miller, celebrated for her profound memoir "Know My Name," steps into a new creative realm with her children's book, "Magnolia Wu Unfolds It All." The story, both written and illustrated by Miller, follows two young friends on an adventurous quest through New York City to return misplaced socks from Magnolia's parents' laundromat.

    Country music star Eric Church has had a standout year, marked by the opening of his new bar, restaurant and venue called “Chief's” in Nashville. In addition to launching this highly-anticipated spot, Church is playing a 19-show residency there.

    Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress Bebe Neuwirth is back on Broadway, starring as Fraulein Schneider in the new revival of "Cabaret."

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    • 36 min
    Jalen Brunson on Playing for NY Knicks | Matthew Hussey Shares Secrets to Finding Love| Mother of Cheslie Kryst's on her posthumous book

    Jalen Brunson on Playing for NY Knicks | Matthew Hussey Shares Secrets to Finding Love| Mother of Cheslie Kryst's on her posthumous book

    Opening statements in Donald Trump’s “hush money” trial are set for Monday in a historic moment of the first-ever criminal trial of a former president of the United States. Trump faces 34 felony counts of falsifying business records. He’s accused of using his former lawyer, Michael Cohen, to funnel payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels.

    On this Earth Day we look at the health of our planet's oceans and how countries are using innovative technology to protect life in our oceans as they become more fragile.

    David Begnaud visits Jeffrey Olsen, known as the "Toy Man" in Vista, California, who has dedicated over 30 years to donating toys, food, and clothes to those in need.

    Knicks' new franchise player, 27-year-old All-Star Jalen Brunson, opens up about the rare opportunity to work closely with his father, Rick Brunson, an assistant coach for the team. They form one of the few father-son, player-coach duos in NBA history.

    Former Miss USA and Extra correspondent Cheslie Kryst shared her excitement about writing her first book, finishing the manuscript shortly before she died by suicide in 2022, at age 30. Her family says she battled severe depression for years. Now, her mother, April Simpkins, is honoring her daughter's wish by publishing her book. It's called "By the Time You Read This: The Space Between Cheslie's Smile and Mental Illness." April Simpkins joins us first on "CBS Mornings." For more information on Cheslie Kryst go to cheslieckrystfoundation.org

    Best-selling author and dating coach Matthew Hussey, known for his popular podcast "Love Life with Matthew Hussey" and his popular YouTube videos, unveils his new book, "Love Life: How to Raise Your Standards, Find Your Person, and Live Happily -- No Matter What."




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    • 39 min
    Renée Fleming Talks "Music and Mind" | Keltie Knight Opens Up About Health Struggles

    Renée Fleming Talks "Music and Mind" | Keltie Knight Opens Up About Health Struggles

    Iran has fired air defenses at a major air base and a nuclear site near its central city of Isfahan after spotting drones. The early morning hit was in the city of Isfahan – where Iran has several nuclear sites but according to the UN's top Atomic Energy body there was no damage to the nuclear facilities.

    CBS News' data analysis found 425 bridges in 36 states over waterways used by large vessels had inadequate pier protection.

    A lizard population that once thrived in one mountain range in Arizona is now presumed to be extinct in that local habitat because of the warming temperatures of climate change. CBS News witnessed that discovery firsthand

    Taylor Swift is setting a new era with her 11th album, "The Tortured Poets Department" which dropped at midnight eastern Friday, April 19th.

    In "Kindness 101," where Steve Hartman and his children share stories built around kindness and character, and the people who've mastered those qualities. Today's lesson is purpose. This week, we find out how one widower was able to find a new purpose in life from an unlikely source.

    "E! News" co-host Keltie Knight is revealing details about her private battle with a chronic health condition in hopes of helping others. The Emmy Award winner revealed last month that she was having a hysterectomy to treat a chronic and severe form of anemia. She spoke candidly about the decision on Instagram.

    Renée Fleming is a five-time Grammy winner, a Kennedy Center honoree and a longtime advocate for the healing power of the arts. For her new book "Music and Mind," Fleming collected essays from leading scientists, artists and health care providers. They look at the powerful impact that music and the arts can have on our health.

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    • 35 min
    Chris O'Dowd on Returning to "The Big Door Prize" | Brittney Spencer Talks Rise to Fame & Beyoncé Collaboration | Jay Jurden on Path to Comedy

    Chris O'Dowd on Returning to "The Big Door Prize" | Brittney Spencer Talks Rise to Fame & Beyoncé Collaboration | Jay Jurden on Path to Comedy

    Hawaii’s attorney general has released a report on the investigation into the devastating Maui wildfire that killed over 100 people. The nearly 400-page report raises questions regarding Maui County Mayor Richard Bissen and the response.

    Nearly 100 survivors of former Team USA gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's sexual abuse are set to receive a $100 million settlement from the Justice Department following allegations of government negligence in investigating the complaints.

    Americans are losing millions of dollars every year to scammers who steal money directly from their bank accounts, often through fraudulent wire transfers. U.S. senators are now pressing banks for answers about what they’re doing to stop it.

    In the second season of "The Big Door Prize," Chris O'Dowd's character, Dusty, navigates new challenges as the mysterious Morpho Machine continues to transform his small town by revealing residents' potential lives.

    After gaining significant attention from being featured on Beyoncé's "Cowboy Carter," rising country artist Brittney Spencer joins "CBS Mornings" to talk about her rise to fame.

    Jay Jurden's star has been on the rise for the last few years, landing him on multiple "Comics to Watch" lists. He was a writer on the Apple TV Plus show "The Problem with Jon Stewart." His comedy album "Jay Jurden, Y'all" debuted at No. 1 on iTunes in 2020. We asked the up-and-coming comedian to meet us at one of his favorite spots for his first TV interview — and for a little surprise.

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    • 39 min
    Wayne Brady & Deborah Cox Talk "The Wiz" Revival | DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas on Campaign to Keep Kids Safe Online

    Wayne Brady & Deborah Cox Talk "The Wiz" Revival | DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas on Campaign to Keep Kids Safe Online

    Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and Meta's Global Head of Safety Antigone Davis discuss the “Know 2 Protect” campaign. It aims to provide parents and young people with information about how to prevent exploitation and abuse, how to report incidents and provide resources for victims and survivors.

    An 81-year-old man is charged with murder after thinking the victim was connected to a scam. William Brock received a threatening call last month from someone demanding money. The scammers also called Loletha Hall, an Uber driver, to pick up a package from Brock’s home. Brock confronted Hall with a gun, believing she was connected to the threats. He is now charged with her murder.

    A controversial decision by leaders at the University of Southern California relates to the debate raging on many U.S. campuses over the war in Gaza. The school says it's canceling a planned graduation speech by its valedictorian, Asna Tabassum, due to safety concerns. This follows the online response to a pro-Palestinian link that Tabassum posted on her Instagram account.

    Actor Hilarie Burton Morgan, renowned for her roles in "One Tree Hill" and "White Collar," is back with the second season of her docuseries, "True Crime Story: It Couldn't Happen Here." Each episode delves into a different murder case in small American towns, bringing attention to often-overlooked stories.

    Actor and comedian Wayne Brady, a five-time Emmy winner, and award-winning recording artist Deborah Cox join "CBS Mornings" to talk about taking the stage in the new Broadway revival of "The Wiz."

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