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Sheryl Sandberg on coping with loss and rediscovering joy  

Only on the CBS This Morning podcast an extended version of CBS This Morning Co-Host Norah O'Donnell's conversation with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg. They talk about the emotional impact of her husband's sudden death on her life, how women deal with grief differently, and how she hopes her book can help others cope with grief.

First woman to officially run Boston Maratho  

More than 30,000 runners are registered to take part in this year's Boston Marathon, and nearly 14,000 of them are women. Fifty years ago, Kathrine Switzer was the first woman to register and officially run the race. Don Dahler reports on how Switzer changed the definition of strength and stamina in a male-dominated field.

Steve Ballmer on USAFacts, database of government finances  

Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer is taking on a new project beyond the basketball court. The former Microsoft CEO is launching USAFacts, a comprehensive database for information about government. It provides an in-depth look on the American population, government finances, and its impact on society. Ballmer joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the first-of-its-kind project.

Can diet soda put you at higher risk for stroke and dementia?  

New research finds drinking at least one artificially-sweetened drink a day could double the risk of developing a stroke or dementia. A 2015 study shows that Americans drink more than three billion gallons of diet beverages a year. Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the effects that diet drinks can have on your brain.

France says its security forces are fully mobilized after ISIS claims responsibility for killing a Paris police officer. The Tennessee teacher who ran off with a 15-year-old student is captured in California  

France says its security forces are "fully mobilized" after ISIS claims responsibility for killing a Paris police officer. We're in Paris, where officials overnight said they detained the alleged gunman two months ago, but set him free. The Tennessee teacher who ran off with a 15-year-old student is captured in California. We're outside the remote cabin where he was caught with the teenager's emotional reaction to being discovered.

America's most popular cable news host is out after 20 years at Fox News. North Korea warns the U.S. of a  

America's most popular cable news host is out after 20 years at Fox News. Sexual harassment claims against Bill O'Reilly cost the cable giant millions. We'll get an inside look at the reporting that ended his job and what's next for Fox. North Korea warns the U.S. of a "super-mighty preemptive strike." The Trump administration struggles to explain why an aircraft carrier the president said was headed for the region really wasn't.

Christian Bale and Oscar Isaac on war drama The Promise  

Actors Christian Bale and Oscar Isaac join "CBS This Morning" to discuss their epic war drama, "The Promise." It chronicles the chaos in Constantinople just before the start of World War I. Bale plays a journalist documenting atrocities, while Isaac is an Armenian desperate to save his family from being rounded up by the Turks.

Former NFL star Aaron Hernandez is found dead inside his prison cell. And new information reveals China gave Ivanka Trump's company a boost while its President visited Mar-a-lago.  

Former NFL star Aaron Hernandez is found dead inside his prison cell. He committed suicide while serving time for murder. President Trump claims victory in a Georgia House race seen as a referendum on his presidency. And new information reveals China gave Ivanka Trump's company a boost while its President visited Mar-a-lago.

Chefs Anthony Bourdain and Jeremiah Tower on new documentary  

Chef and TV personality Anthony Bourdain and chef Jeremiah Tower join "CBS This Morning" to discuss Bourdain's new documentary, "Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent." The documentary explores Tower's important contributions to American cuisine that went unnoticed for many years.

Winfrey, Byrne and Goldsberry on "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks"  

The name Henrietta Lacks may not be well-known, but her impact on the medical community is long-lasting. Oprah Winfrey, Rose Byrne and Renée Elise Goldsberry join "CBS This Morning" to discuss their new HBO movie, "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks," and why Winfrey decided to take the role.

A nationwide manhunt intensifies for the man who killed a stranger and posted the video on Facebook. Vice President Pence promises Japan's leader overnight that the U.S. will keep North Korea in line.  

A nationwide manhunt intensifies for the man who killed a stranger and posted the video on Facebook. A fraternity brother reveals what the killer told him the day of the shooting. Vice President Pence promises Japan's leader overnight that the U.S. will keep North Korea in line. The North Koreans say they'll keep testing missiles, every week if necessary.

Historian David McCullough on "The American Spirit"  

"The American Spirit: Who We Are and What We Stand For" is a collection of historian David McCullough's speeches over the past 28 years. McCullough, who's earned the Presidential Medal of Freedom and two Pulitzer Prizes, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the importance of knowing our historical past.

An urgent manhunt this morning across at least five states for a Cleveland man who killed a stranger and posted the video on Facebook. Vice President Pence visits the DMZ between North and South Korea overnight.  

An urgent manhunt this morning across at least five states for a Cleveland man who killed a stranger and posted the video on Facebook. Vice President Pence visits the DMZ between North and South Korea overnight and says U.S. "strategic patience is over." Plus, did an American cyber-attack cause the North's latest missile test to end in a fiery failure?

Harvard dean on book inspired by his popular graduation speech  

Many college students are just weeks away from graduation. Last year, James Ryan, the dean of Harvard's Graduate School of Education, gave a commencement speech that introduced the world to his five essential questions in life. He wrote a book inspired by his speech called, "Wait What? And Life's Other Essential Questions." Ryan joins "CBS This Morning" with more on his message.

North Korea warns it is ready to launch a nuclear war if it feels the U.S. is about to attack. New video shows the U.S. dropping the  

North Korea warns it is ready to launch a nuclear war if it feels the U.S. is about to attack. Ben Tracy is inside the communist country where a top official told him overnight that a new nuclear test could happen at anytime. Plus, new video shows the U.S. dropping the "mother of all bombs" on ISIS fighters in Afghanistan. We'll talk with CIA insider Michael Morell about how president trump is handling escalating threats around the world.

Luntz on United Airlines fallout and Sean Spicer's apology  

Apologies were a common theme this week after fallout from United Airlines dragging a passenger off its flight and White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer's comparison of the Syrian president with Adolf Hitler. CBS News contributor and Republican strategist Frank Luntz joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the art of crisis management.

President Trump flip-flops on Russia, China, and NATO. We're inside North Korea.  

President Trump flip-flops on Russia, China, and NATO. A series of statements in one day reverses what he said and promised throughout a long campaign. We're inside North Korea, where overnight the country's dictator put on an elaborate display to try to show the world that sanctions aren't working.

PayPal CEO on explosion of digital payments, key to security  

PayPal has nearly 200 million active users who spent $354 billion on the platform in 2016. It faces growing competition from other companies looking to get into the financial technology market including Apple and Amazon. PayPal CEO and president Dan Schulman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why going cashless is gaining popularity.

Secretary of State Tillerson opens tense talks with Russia's foreign minister. Plus, a White House effort to demonize Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad backfires  

Secretary of State Tillerson opens tense talks with Russia?s foreign minister. The United States accuses Russia of covering up the Syria chemical attack. Vladimir Putin says relations have deteriorated since President Trump took office. Plus, a White House effort to demonize Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad backfires. The President's press secretary apologizes after saying Adolf Hitler never used chemical weapons.

Malala Yousafzai on her goals for girls education and new United Nations award  

Only on the CBS This Morning Podcast, an extended version of co-host Norah O?Donnell?s conversation with 19 ?year-old Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai. They talk about Malala?s recent award from the United Nations, her aspirations for women?s education around the world, and where she is hoping to attend college.

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