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Start your day with award-winning co-hosts Charlie Rose, Norah O’Donnell and Gayle King in Studio 57 as they bring you the most important headlines, intelligent conversations and world-class original reporting from around the world.

Episodes

Twin storms blast much of the country with snow and cold. President-elect Trump picks a new member of his cabinet  

Twin storms blast much of the country with snow and cold. Millions of Americans face dangerous driving conditions. President-elect Trump says his wealthy cabinet picks will make American rich again. His latest choice is a fast food executive who opposes raising the minimum wage. That and much more on the Podcast of CBS This Morning.

Andy Cohen on new diary, Superficial,  celebrity friends  

Andy Cohen started in TV at CBS News and went on to become the brains behind the "Real Housewives" franchise. The New York Times best selling author has released his third book, "Superficial: More Adventures from the Andy Cohen Diaries." Cohen joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his new book and having his own show.

A December storm marches across the country. A massive manhunt in Georgia for a gunman accused of killing a police officer.  

A December storm marches across the country. Snow and bitter cold sock the northwest and Rockies. Millions of Americans are in its path. We're in Georgia where a massive manhunt is underway for a gunman accused of killing one police officer and wounding another. That and much more in the Podcast of CBS This Morning.

Eagles Drummer Don Henley on his career, life in the spotlight, and the Kennedy Center Honors.  

Only on the CBS This Morning Podcast, an extended version of Gayle King's conversation with legendary Eagles drummer Don Henley, who was one of this year's Kennedy Center Honorees. They talk about the Eagles' success, the fears that come with fame and why Henley says his best work is still ahead of him.

Acclaimed actress Helen Mirren on new movie,  Collateral Beauty  

Helen Mirren's legendary acting career began on the British stage when she played Cleopatra. Her first major movie role was 1969's "Age of Consent," and she's since starred in many others, including "The Queen," for which she won an Oscar. Mirren joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her unusual role in her newest movie, "Collateral Beauty," as an actress hired to portray death.

An arctic blast slams parts of the country with snow and dangerous cold. A powerful earthquake rocks Indonesia.  

An arctic blast slams parts of the country's midsection with snow and dangerous cold. Millions of Americans face a big freeze as it sweeps east and south. Breaking news, a powerful earthquake rocks Indonesia, killing dozens. We're following frantic efforts to reach survivors trapped inside collapsed buildings. That and much more on the Podcast of CBS This Morning.

The Oakland warehouse fire investigation could lead to murder charges. A former South Carolina Police Officer remains free on bail after a mistrial in his murder case.  

The Oakland warehouse fire investigation could lead to murder charges. A former South Carolina Police Officer remains free on bail after a mistrial in his murder case. New details about the victims from around the world and their final moments. That and much more on the Podcast of CBS This Morning.

GRAMMY nominations 2017 revealed  

Only on "CBS This Morning," we're announcing the Recording Academy's 59th annual GRAMMY Award nominations. About 13,000 recording artists, songwriters, producers and engineers voted for the nominees. Pop superstar Meghan Trainor, who earned GRAMMY gold this year as Best New Artist, reveals nominations for the Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best New Artist and Record of the Year.

A criminal investigation is launched into the Oakland fire that killed Dozens. President-elect Trump launches a twitter tirade against China.  

A criminal investigation is launched into the Oakland warehouse party fire that killed at least 36. Neighbors say it was a giant tinderbox that the city knew was a problem. President-elect Trump launches a twitter tirade against China over its currency and military build-up. The rant comes just days after he broke a nearly 40-year policy dealing with China's neighbor Taiwan. That and much more on the Podcast of CBS This Morning.

Singer James Taylor on his career and the Kennedy Center Honors  

Only on the CBS This Morning Podcast an extended version of Norah O'Donnell's conversation with James Taylor. They talk about Taylor's childhood, musical influences and the space where he wrote his legendary music.

Rwanda's gorillas become new face of climate change  

There are less than 900 mountain gorillas left in the world, and their fight for survival is getting even harder. Climate change is forcing the apes to travel farther for food. In our continuing series, "The Climate Diaries," Mark Phillips went to the mountains of Rwanda to see what else is putting these endangered animals in harm's way.

Astronaut Grunsfeld and actress Jihae on Nat Geo's Mars  

National Geographic's "Mars" miniseries is part documentary and part science fiction. It features interviews with people working on making travel to Mars a reality. Musician and actress Jihae, who plays a set of twins in the series, and former NASA astronaut John Grunsfeld join "CBS This Morning" to discuss the series.

President-elect Trump basks in his election victory at a rally. A ware of words between Trump and Clinton strategists. Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway interview.  

President-elect Donald Trump basks in his election victory at a rally in Ohio. A war of words erupts between Trump and Clinton strategists at a political forum. Senior Trump Adviser Kellyanne Conway talks about the fiery exchange. A former N-F-L player is gunned down in what looks like a road rage incident. Witnesses describe the violent encounter that left a hometown hero dead in the streets. That and much more on the Podcast of CBS This Morning.

A former Anonymous hacker turned FBI informant on the future of cyber security and how to protect yourself in the digital world.  

Only on the Podcast of CBS This Morning, CBS News Producer Nick Fineman talks with former "Anonymous" hacker turned FBI informant Hector Monsegur. Monsegur, who now works as a digital security contractor, talks recent cyber hacks, the future of cyber security, and what to do to protect yourself in the digital world.

Powerful storms rip across the South. President-elect Trump goes to Indianapolis to praise a deal saving more than 1000 manufacturing jobs.  

Powerful storms that killed five people in the South cause new damage in the Carolinas. Thousands of people who fled deadly wildfires could find out today when they can check on their homes. President-elect Trump goes to Indianapolis to praise a deal saving more than one thousand manufacturing jobs. This morning new details are emerging about the agreement to keep those jobs from moving to Mexico. That and much more on the Podcast of CBS This Morning.

Liev Schreiber on Broadway comeback, split from Naomi Watts  

Actor Liev Schreiber is known for playing a Los Angeles tough guy and fixer on the Showtime series, "Ray Donovan." The Tony Award winner is now back on Broadway in the revival of "Les Liaisons Dangereuses," starring as a playboy in 18th century France who is challenged with corrupting a young woman before her wedding. Schreiber joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the story of sex, power and betrayal.

Robert Gates on President-elect Trump's potential Cabinet, national security  

In our "Issues That Matter" series, we explore the challenges facing our country. In September, former Defense Secretary Robert Gates voiced serious concerns about Donald Trump, writing that Trump was "unqualified and unfit to be commander-in-chief." In his first interview since the election, Gates joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the national security issues facing the now-President-elect Trump.

A possible tornado kills 3 in Alabama. Deadly wildfires tear through a tourist town near the Great Smoky Mountains. Trump and Romney hit the town.  

A possible tornado kills three people as powerful storms rock Alabama and deadly wildfires tear through a tourist town destroying homes and businesses near the Great Smoky Mountains. President- elect Trump hits the town with former rival Mitt Romney- as speculation swirls about a Secretary of State announcement. Plus we are in Indianapolis where air conditioning giant Carrier says it reached a deal with Mr. Trump to keep 1-thousand jobs from moving to Mexico. That and much more on the Podcast of CBS This Morning.

A plane carrying a Brazilian soccer team crashes in Columbia. Out-of-control wildfires threaten thousands in Tennessee.  

Two big breaking stories - a plane carrying a Brazilian soccer team crashes in Colombia killing 75 people. Remarkably six survived. Plus, out-of-control wildfires threaten thousands of people and tear through homes, businesses and schools near Tennessee's Great Smokey Mountains. The student who attacked a crowd at Ohio State was angry about the treatment of Muslims. Investigators want to know if he had any terror connections. That and much more on the Podcast of CBS This Morning.

Who will President-elect Trump pick as secretary of state?  

President-elect Donald Trump has announced he will pick Georgia Congressman Tom Price to serve as secretary of Health and Human Services. Price is one of the strongest critics of Obamacare. Bloomberg Politics managing editor John Heilemann joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss who Mr. Trump might pick for secretary of state, and the implications of the Trump transition team tapping Price for the Cabinet.

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