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Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly on U.S. terror vulnerabilities, intel leaks  

In the wake of a deadly bombing at a Manchester, England concert this week, concerns are being raised about the terror threat in the U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the threats, leaking of key intelligence from the Manchester investigation, and the potential for an expanded laptop ban on flights.

Summer movies: Female-led action films and Oscar contenders  

The highly-anticipated movie, "Wonder Woman" opens in theaters next week, competing for box office dollars against movies like "Baywatch" and the latest "Pirates of the Caribbean," which both open Friday. Vanity Fair West Coast editor Krista Smith joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss more upcoming summer releases.

Republican Greg Gianforte wins Montana's special house election, one day after being charged for grabbing a reporter and slamming him to the ground. President Trump's son- in- law and senior advisor, Jared Kushner, is under FBI scrutiny as the Russia inve  

Republican Greg Gianforte wins Montana's special house election, one day after being charged for grabbing a reporter and slamming him to the ground. We are in Bozeman with the victory celebration that included an apology. President Trump's son- in- law and senior advisor, Jared Kushner, is under FBI scrutiny as the Russia investigation reaches into the White House. Investigators want to know about his meetings with Russia's ambassador and a Russian banker.

Mark Phillips and Jonathan Vigliotti on covering the Manchester bombing  

Only on the CBS This Morning Podcast, CBS News Correspondents Mark Phillips and Jonathan Vigliotti talks with producer Erin Lyall about the challenges of covering a breaking tragedy. They discuss the moral qualms of reporting the story, the victim tales that stood out, and the recent backlash of intelligence leaks to the press.

New arrests in Britain overnight as the search intensifies for the possible bomb maker behind the Manchester terror attack. A Republican congressional candidate is accused of body-slamming a reporter just hours before Montana's special election.  

New arrests in Britain overnight as the search intensifies for the possible bomb-maker behind the Manchester terror attack. Much of the country paused this morning to pay tribute to the victims. A Republican congressional candidate is accused of body-slamming a reporter just hours before Montana's special election. An audio recording captured the confrontation. This morning he is charged with assault.

Astronaut Leland Melvin on his path from NFL to NASA  

Space Shuttle Atlantis set off to space in 2008. The crew included NASA astronaut Leland Melvin, who was drafted by the Detroit Lions in 1986. Melvin joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his new book, "Chasing Space: An Astronaut's Story of Grit, Grace, and Second Chances."

New arrests this morning in the Manchester bombing. The Pope asks President Trump to be a peacemaker and tries to change his mind on climate change  

New arrests this morning in the Manchester bombing. Britain's prime minister warns more attacks may be imminent. Scott Pelley leads our coverage from Manchester where we are learning more about the victims of this tragedy. The Pope asks President Trump to be a peacemaker and tries to change his mind on climate change. We're at the Vatican with details from this morning's meeting.

Travel deals and turbulence in the airline business  

Only on the CBS This Morning Podcast, CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg talks about the recent struggles within the airline industry. They talk about what passengers should do if they find themselves in a tough travel situation, why this is a buyers? market for travelers, and how to take advantage of the best summer deals.

A suicide bomber kills 22 people at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England. We will talk to survivors and witnesses of the worst terror attack in Britain since 2005.  

A suicide bomber kills 22 people at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England. Police said overnight that children are among the victims. We will talk to survivors and witnesses of the worst terror attack in Britain since 2005. The bombing targeted thousands as they were leaving the pop concert. We'll look at the challenges of securing these large events and how police here in the U.S. are taking additional precautions. President Trump says the Manchester victims were murdered - in his words - "by evil losers in life." He again calls on the Arab world to reject terrorism as he wraps up his visit to the Middle East.

Washington Post's Marty Baron on covering Trump administration  

The Washington Post has been behind several of the biggest stories in recent political news, including the leaked "Access Hollywood" video of Donald Trump and the Justice Department's concern about former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. On Monday the newspaper reported that Mr. Trump asked top intelligence officials to deny the existence of evidence that his campaign colluded with Russia. Washington Post's executive editor Marty Baron joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what questions still remain unanswered in relation to the Trump administration.

President Trump lands in Israel, looking for a path toward peace in the Middle East. Ford forces out its CEO after sales, profits, and its stock price plunge.  

President Trump lands in Israel, looking for a path toward peace in the Middle East. His visit follows a weekend in Saudi Arabia where he called for the isolation of Iran. We have correspondents in Jerusalem, Tehran and Mosul exploring the high stakes in the region. Ford forces out its CEO after sales, profits, and its stock price plunge. The automaker turns to a recent recruit who was hired to lead the company's self-driving car program.

Kaskade on his career and battling drug use in electronic dance music  

Only on the CBS This Morning Podcast DJ Kaskade talks with CBS News producers Nick Fineman and Brandon Launerts about a career that has led to billions of music downloads and thousands of concerts around the globe. They discuss his newest tour, what he thinks electronic dance music needs to do to battle drug use, and he debuts a new remix.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on bond with UCLA coach John Wooden  

Basketball great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is shedding new light on his relationship with one of the best coaches in basketball history. Legendary UCLA coach John Wooden and his 7-foot-tall "Big Man" lost just twice during their time together. They went on to win three straight NCAA championships from 1967 through 1969. Abdul-Jabbar joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his new book, "Coach Wooden and Me: Our 50-Year Friendship On and Off the Court

Family of Penn State frat pledge speaks out on alleged hazing death  

In an extended version of their conversation from the CBS This Morning broadcast, the family of Timothy Piazza, the 19-year-old Penn State student who died in February after an alleged hazing ritual, speaks with CBS News as they try to channel their grief into action.

A Swedish prosecutor drops the sexual assault investigation against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. And the NYPD searches for the motive after a navy veteran uses his car to mow down people on a crowded times square sidewalk.  

Breaking News: A Swedish prosecutor drops the sexual assault investigation against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Assange has been holed up at the Ecuadorian embassy in London to avoid extradition. But Scotland yard says he will be arrested if he steps outside. Sources tell CBS News Trump campaign associates may have contacted Russia more than a year ago. A friend of James Comey says the fired FBI director was "completely disgusted" by a meeting with the president two days after the inauguration. And the NYPD searches for the motive after a navy veteran uses his car to mow down people on a crowded times square sidewalk.

Highlights from Google's annual developer conference  

Google announced a new software feature called Google Lens at its developer conference, Google I/O. The feature uses the camera on your phone to create a new search tool. CNET's Dan Ackerman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the company's plans for artificial intelligence, the future of smart assistants and how Google wants to use patient data to find patterns.

A former FBI director, Robert Mueller, is named special counsel to lead the investigation into Russia's election meddling. Former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes dies at age 77.  

A former FBI director, Robert Mueller, is named special counsel to lead the investigation into Russia's election meddling. This morning, President Trump called the probe the greatest witch hunt in history. Breaking news this morning, former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes dies at age 77. Also, grunge music pioneer and lead singer of Soundgarden Chris Cornell is dead at the age of 52.

A victim and attacker share their story of rape and reconciliation  

For many survivors of sexual violence, the thought of seeing their attacker again can be very distressing. But authors Thordis Elva and Tom Stranger are sharing their story of rape and reconciliation in a new book, "South of Forgiveness." Charlie D'Agata spoke to them to learn how facing their past helped lead to forgiveness.

Did President Trump obstruct justice? Deadly tornadoes hammer Wisconsin and Oklahoma.  

Did President Trump obstruct justice? A bombshell memo from James Comey says the President asked him to stop the FBI investigation into Michael Flynn. Deadly tornadoes hammer Wisconsin and Oklahoma. They're part of a powerful storm front slamming the middle of the country with high winds and hail.

Gisele Bundchen and author Paul Hawken on fighting climate change  

In an extended version of their conversation from the CBS This Morning broadcast, Gisele Bundchen and Paul Hawken talk with CBS This Morning Co-Host Charlie Rose about their fight against climate change. They talk about Paul's new book "Drawdown," Tom Brady's diet, and why Gisele is more excited about life than she has ever been.

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