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Episodes

President Trump tells House Republicans to pass the health care bill today or Obamacare stays. Plus, a deadly tragedy overnight on a Texas highway.  

President Trump tells House Republicans to pass the health care bill today or Obamacare stays. White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney delivered the ultimatum. He joins us. Plus, a deadly tragedy overnight on a Texas highway. A big rig slams into a bus carrying high school athletes home from a track meet.

Cartoonist Liza Donnelly on drawing politics and CBS This Morning in the digital world  

Only on the CBS This Morning Podcast, CBS This Morning Cartoonist Liza Donnelly talks with Producers Kevin Prince and Nick Fineman about her career and time drawing for CBS This Morning. They talk about how she became a cartoonist, the first cartoon she ever sold to the New Yorker, and how drawing on an iPad has changed her drawing style.

New arrests in Britain after overnight raids tied to the London terror attack. Today is the day House Republicans said they would vote to repeal and replace Obamacare but their plan is in jeopardy.  

New arrests in Britain after overnight raids tied to the London terror attack. At least one American is among the injured. ISIS this morning claimed responsibility. And today is the day House Republicans said they would vote to repeal and replace Obamacare. But their health care plan is in jeopardy after more than 12 hours of negotiations failed to break a deadlock.

Chicago Cubs' Theo Epstein tops Fortune's greatest leaders list  

Fortune magazine released its 2017 list of the world's greatest leaders. It highlighted men and women who inspire others and transform the world, including Pope Francis and Melinda Gates. Leigh Gallagher, assistant managing editor at Fortune, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the list.

President Trump issues a blunt warning to Republicans ahead of tomorrow's crucial vote to repeal and replace Obamacare. North Korea launched another missile overnight - but this one exploded within seconds.  

President Trump issues a blunt warning to Republicans ahead of tomorrow's crucial vote to repeal and replace Obamacare. The vote is a key test of the president's ability to close the deal on health care. North Korea launched another missile overnight - but this one exploded within seconds. The failure comes after leader Kim Jong Un hailed the ''new birth'' of his rocket program.

''How Google Works'' authors on how Alphabet works  

Google has grown dramatically in recent years, with revenue soaring to $90 billion in 2016. Leaders restructured under a parent company called Alphabet to encourage more innovation and ''moonshot'' projects. Alphabet executive chairman Eric Schmidt and fellow executive Jonathan Rosenberg join ''CBS This Morning'' to discuss the update to their best-selling book, ''How Google Works,'' with a chapter on how Alphabet works.

A potential terror threat prompts new security measures on direct flights to the United States. FBI Director James Comey confirms the FBI is investigating potential links between Russia and Trump campaign associates.  

A potential terror threat prompts new security measures on direct flights to the United States from eight select countries. Passengers will be barred from carrying any electronics larger than a phone. FBI Director James Comey confirms the FBI is investigating potential links between Russia and Trump campaign associates.

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on ISIS, Oil, and his meeting with President Trump  

Only on the CBS This Morning Podcast, an extended version of CBS News Correspondent Margaret Brennan's conversation with Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi. They talk about Iraq's fight against ISIS, what the Prime Minister and President Trump spoke about in their first meeting, and what his country thinks when President Trump says that the U.S. should have 'kept the oil' from Iraq.

FBI Director James Comey testifies on Russia's influence in the election. Music fans around the world are paying tribute to Chuck Berry.  

FBI Director James Comey testifies on Russia's influence in the election. He'll also face questions about President Trump's wiretap allegations. We'll talk to the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, Congressman Adam Schiff. Music fans around the world are paying tribute to Chuck Berry, the man many consider to be the father of Rock 'n' Roll.

Comedian Dave Chappelle on career, celebrity, and his upcoming Netflix special  

Only on the CBS This Morning Podcast, an extended version of Gayle King's conversation with Dave Chappelle. They talk about the Comedian's abrupt exit from 'Chappelle's Show,' his life out of the spotlight, and who he says is the greatest comedian of all time.

Wheel of Fugitive video leads to tips and arrests  

A sheriff's office in central Florida is giving the search for criminals a creative spin. His game show-style videos features the most wanted local fugitives. The videos have been viewed hundreds of thousands of times, and have led to dozens of arrests. Mark Strassmann reports.

Ice Cube on family, game show  

O'Shea Jackson, better known as Ice Cube, broke out from N.W.A as a solo artist in 1990. He has sold more than 10 million albums worldwide with his socially-conscious lyrics and cultural commentary. His latest project is "Hip Hop Squares," a reboot of the classic "Hollywood Squares." Ice Cube joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his new project.

Ball brothers rule in college and high school basketball  

Third seed UCLA will play Kent State in round one of March Madness. One player to watch us UCLA freshman Lonzo Ball. The star point guard is projected to be a top NBA draft pick after just one year in college, and his two younger brothers are dominating the high school competition. Dana Jacobson met with the Ball family.

The White House refuses to back down from President Trump's wiretap allegations, despite bi-partisan pushback. A survivor injured in the explosion at Italy?s Mount Etna speaks out.  

The White House refuses to back down from President Trump's wiretap allegations, despite bi-partisan pushback. Congressional leaders say they've seen no evidence. Plus, dramatic video shows the scary lava explosion on Europe's largest active volcano that injured a group of tourists and journalists. Seth Doane is at Italy's Mount Etna and spoke to a survivor.

Ripple Foods CEO on non-dairy milk made from yellow peas  

Alternatives to dairy milk have spiked in popularity over the last several years, with U.S. sales of milk made out of plants reaching nearly $2 billion in 2015. Ripple Foods is a newcomer to the non-dairy market, and the company produces the only line of milk made from yellow peas. Ripple co-founder and CEO Adam Lowry joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss their product.

Two federal court judges block the latest White House travel ban. This morning the president unveils a budget proposal with dramatic cuts to government agencies.  

Two federal court judges block the latest White House travel ban, just as it was due to take effect. President Trump says the ruling "makes us look weak." He refuses to back down. Plus, this morning the president unveils a budget proposal with dramatic cuts to agencies like the State Department and EPA. It would be the largest reduction of government since the drawdown after world war two.

The White House confirms details of President Trump's tax filings after part of his 2005 return is leaked. Millions in the Northeast dig out following a deadly winter storm.  

The White House confirms details of President Trump's tax filings after part of his 2005 return is leaked. The revelations raise questions about the source of Mr. Trump's income. Millions in the Northeast dig out following a deadly winter storm. But the National Weather Service admits some of the predicted snow totals were too high. Why it decided not to change the forecast.

Breaking down the March Madness tournament  

Only on the CBS This Morning Podcast, CBS Sports' Adam Zucker and Jon Rothstein analyze the upcoming NCAA Tournament. They talk about who they think will win March Madness, give some of their upset picks, and reminisce on some of their favorite moments from tournaments past.

A massive blizzard is blasting more than 50 million people in the Northeast.  

A massive blizzard is blasting more than 50 million people in the Northeast with life-threatening conditions. Our correspondents are in the hardest hit cities. The storm is affecting travel from coast to coast. Thousands of flights have been cancelled. We'll take you inside the United Airlines Command Center in Chicago and New York's Emergency Operations Center.

New York Gov. Cuomo gives update on winter storm  

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has declared a state of emergency in all of the state's 62 counties. Cuomo joins "CBS This Morning" from New York City to give an update on the blizzard.

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