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Potential trade war could hurt America's whiskey industry  

President Trump is promoting his plans to renegotiate trade deals and bring factory jobs to the United States. The President's trade policy includes a threat to tax imported steel. Critics say that could lead to a global trade war, targeting products like orange juice, dairy goods and whiskey. Mark Strassmann reports.

Goldman family on parole board's decision to free O.J. Simpson  

It's been nearly 22 years since a jury found O.J. Simpson not guilty of murdering his ex-wife Nicole Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman. Later, Simpson was found liable for the two deaths in a multi-million dollar civil suit. Only on "CBS This Morning" Ron Goldman's father, Fred, and his sister, Kim, talk about the parole board's decision to free Simpson from a Nevada prison.

O.J. Simpson is granted parole after 9 years in prison for kidnapping and armed robbery. Two of President Trump's lawyers are out as his legal team tries to discredit special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.  

O.J. Simpson is granted parole after 9 years in prison for kidnapping and armed robbery. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins us to talk about Simpson's upcoming release from prison. Two of President Trump's lawyers are out as his legal team tries to discredit special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. And a deadly earthquake shakes a popular tourist island overnight in Greece. Thousands run for cover with no safe place to go.

Senator John McCain says "I'll be back" after learning he has an aggressive form of brain cancer. In just hours, O.J. Simpson could learn if he'll be released from prison.  

Senator John McCain says "I'll be back" after learning he has an aggressive form of brain cancer. Our Dr.Jon LaPook looks at this new battle the Senator faces. President Trump unloads on his Attorney General. He says if he'd known Jeff Sessions would recuse himself from the Russia investigation, he never would have given him the job. In just hours, O.J. Simpson could learn if he'll be released from prison. A Nevada parole board is expected to decide today whether to free the former football star.

Iranian Foreign Minister on the Iranian nuclear deal, the future of Syria and American-Iranian relations.  

Only on the CBS This Morning podcast, an extended version of Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif's conversation with CBS News senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan. They discuss the future of the Iranian nuclear deal, claims of Iran sponsoring terrorism, fighting ISIS and the U.S. travel ban.

Mark Rylance on the history behind WWII drama "Dunkirk"  

Actor Mark Rylance earned an Academy Award for his portrayal of a Soviet spy in the movie "Bridge of Spies." Rylance returns to the big screen for World War II drama "Dunkirk" about the rescue of more than 300,000 British and Allied soldiers from the beaches of Dunkirk in northern France. The film is being considered an early Oscar contender. Rylance joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his new role and the real-life heroism that inspired the movie.

The White House confirms President Trump had a second, undisclosed meeting with Russian President Putin at this month's G20 Summit. A spectacular California wildfire forces thousands from their homes and threatens the power supply at Yosemite National Par  

The White House confirms President Trump had a second, undisclosed meeting with Russian President Putin at this month's G20 Summit. They reportedly spoke for nearly an hour with no other U.S. officials involved. A spectacular California wildfire forces thousands from their homes and threatens the power supply at Yosemite National Park. A ten-year-old boy in Florida has become one of the youngest victims of the national opioid epidemic.

The Senate health care bill falls apart after two more Republicans vow to vote against it. The family of a yoga teacher killed by Minneapolis police want to know what motivated an officer to open fire.  

The Senate health care bill falls apart after two more Republicans vow to vote against it. Now GOP leaders say they want to repeal ObamaCare without having a replacement ready. The family of a yoga teacher killed by Minneapolis police want to know what motivated an officer to open fire. New details about the moment Justine Diamond was shot in her pajamas. Texas lawmakers are heading into a special session today to consider restrictions on what bathroom transgender people can use. Fourteen Dallas-based businesses signed a letter to fight the proposed legislation.

Famed restaurateur Danny Meyer on new award, pizza venture  

Danny Meyer has been called one of the greatest restaurateurs New York has ever seen. He's the man behind culinary hits like Gramercy Tavern and Shake Shack and is now the winner of the Julia Child Award -- making him the first non-chef to be honored. Meyer joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how he is still inspired by Julia Child and his new restaurant venture, a casual pizzeria.

Russell Simmons discusses new documentary  

Def Jam Records is the label behind artists like LL Cool J, The Beastie Boys and Jay Z. Througout his career, Simmons has also served as a philanthropist for the arts. Now, he's executive producer of the new documentary "Romeo is Bleeding," which follows Donté Clark, who uses spoken word poetry to share his experiences. He joins "CBS This Morning' to discuss more.

A flash flood sends a wall of water through a crowded Arizona swimming hole, killing at least nine people. The Senate push to replace ObamaCare is on hold while John McCain recovers from surgery to remove a blood clot in his head.  

A flash flood sends a wall of water through a crowded Arizona swimming hole, killing at least nine people. Rescuers are still searching for one man. More dangerous storms are expected today. The Senate push to replace ObamaCare is on hold while John McCain recovers from surgery to remove a blood clot in his head. And a yoga and meditation teacher is shot and killed by Minneapolis police after she apparently called 9-1-1 to report a possible assault. The mayor wants to know why police body cameras were not turned on.

Bob Schieffer says Trump Jr. should have been "wary" of Russia's help  

CBS News contributor Bob Schieffer has covered nine presidents, including one who was impeached and another who resigned. The former "Face the Nation" host joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer, why hiring family members in politics is tricky, and his hopes for a "re-warming" of relations between the U.S. and its NATO allies.

Lobster roll popularity drives up Maine lobster prices  

About 80 percent of lobsters caught in the U.S. come from Maine. Lobstermen there brought in a record number last year, which is good news for the growing ranks of lobster roll lovers around the world. But prices for the glorified lobster sandwich have been on the rise, hovering around $20. Don Dahler reports.

Do digital home devices put your privacy at risk?  

Millions of Americans use voice-activated digital devices like Amazon Echo with the Alexa personal assistant, but the growing trend also raises privacy concerns. According to a report on the tech news website, "The Information," Amazon is considering giving transcripts of Alexa's audio recording to third-party app developers. CBS News contributor and Wired editor-in-chief Nicholas Thompson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the privacy risks.

President Trump wraps up his Paris trip at a Bastille Day parade. Police now have a confession in the deaths of four missing men in Pennsylvania.  

President Trump wraps up his Paris trip at a Bastille Day parade after spending part of the visit defending his son. Congress may call Donald Trump Jr. to testify about the Russian controversy within days. The newest Republican plan to replace ObamaCare still does not have the votes needed to pass the Senate. Police now have a confession in the deaths of four missing men in Pennsylvania.

Brandless co-founders want to offer fewer options  

A startup launched this week is trying to disrupt the grocery industry. Brandless sells items ranging from organic peanut butter and fluoride-free toothpaste to cooking knives -- and everything is $3. By cutting out supermarkets and traditional marketing, the company says it brings savings directly to customers. Co-founders Ido Leffler and Tina Sharkey join "CBS This Morning" to discuss the philosophy behind their company, why Brandless appeals to millennials and their focus on simplicity.

Police looking for four young men in Pennsylvania find a mass grave. Police looking for four young men in Pennsylvania find a mass grave.  

Police looking for four young men in Pennsylvania find a mass grave. Overnight, they confirmed it includes the remains of at least one of the missing people. Investigators say it's now a murder case. The controversy over Donald Trump, Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer follows the President to Paris. An outside White House adviser says a "category five hurricane" is sweeping through the West Wing.

Hyperloop One co-founders on making high-speed travel a reality  

First on "CBS This Morning," we take a look at the first private test of the Hyperloop. Hyperloop One is building what could be the next mode of high-speed transportation. Passengers will be loaded onto pods that will travel through a tube at 700 mph, faster than the speed of a Boeing passenger jet. Hyperloop co-founders Josh Giegel and Shervin Pishevar join "CBS This Morning" to discuss the process of making their idea a reality.

Donald Trump Jr admits he would have "done things a little differently" Parents of the Penn State student who died after an alleged hazing ritual are calling for swifter justice.  

Donald Trump Jr admits he would have "done things a little differently" after receiving emails that reveal Russia's support for his father's campaign. We'll talk with the President's lawyer and the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee. The parents of the Penn State student who died after an alleged hazing ritual are calling for swifter justice for their son, Timothy Piazza.

More coffee, longer life?  

There's new evidence that coffee can lead to a longer life, with two studies from the U.S. and Europe showing similar results. The American study found people who drink one cup of coffee a day have a 12 percent lower risk of dying. Those who have two or three cups have an 18 percent lower risk. Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the findings.

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