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Go beyond the weekday broadcast with the daily "CBS This Morning Podcast.” Listen to in-depth and insightful conversations with newsmakers, authors, executives, celebrities and CBS News reporters. 


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Latest Episodes

Behind the appeal of famed astrologer Walter Mercado

The new Netflix documentary"Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado"provides a rare glimpse into the life and world of astrologer Walter Mercado, who was atelevision staplefor decades."CBS This Morning"national correspondent David Begnaud spoke with co-directors and co-producers Cristina Costantini and Kareem Tabsch and fellow producer Alex Fumero about how they gained access to Mercado, what theyweresurprised to discover, and the personal connection they have to Mercado.

36 MIN2 h ago
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Behind the appeal of famed astrologer Walter Mercado

What to Watch, Read and Listen to From Black Artists This Summer

Vanessa De Luca, editor-in-chief of the online magazine ZORA, joins "CBS This Morning" correspondent Vladimir Duthiers to discuss books, music and movies to check out this summer. De Luca offers suggestions for how to remain informed amid national conversations about racial justice. She also explains how ZORA, a platform for, by, and about women of color, sheds lights on Black artists that have often been overlooked.

25 MIN3 d ago
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What to Watch, Read and Listen to From Black Artists This Summer

Comedy Writers Alan Zweibel and Norman Lear on how Laughter Can Help Heal Hardships

Alan Zweibel, one of the original writers on Saturday Night Live, and legendary television producer Norman Lear join CBS News' Dr. Jon LaPook to discuss what they learned from setbacks in their own careers. Zweibel is out with a new memoir called "Laugh Lines: My Life Helping Funny People Be Funnier." He and Lear discuss the roll of comedy when dealing with difficult situations —and how this outlook can help people cope amid the coronavirus pandemic. Kate Lear, Norman's daughter (who also happens to be Dr. LaPook's wife), shares the philosophies her father adopted after his less successful moments in show business.

38 MIN5 d ago
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Comedy Writers Alan Zweibel and Norman Lear on how Laughter Can Help Heal Hardships

Good Trouble: Documentary Explores Life and Legacy of Rep. John Lewis

A new documentary by filmmaker Dawn Porter examines the impact civil rights leader and Congressman, John Lewis, has had on America. Porter spent a year with the Georgia representative for the making of "John Lewis: Good Trouble," beginning right before the 2018 midterm elections. She explains how Lewis continues to make a difference through his role as a legislator as he fights for civil rights, voting rights, health care reform, and immigration reform. Plus, Porter shares what current activists can learn from the civil rights leader.

30 MIN1 w ago
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Good Trouble: Documentary Explores Life and Legacy of Rep. John Lewis

"We Need to Learn How to Live with the Coronavirus," Epidemiologist Says

On July 1, the United States surpassed 50,000 coronavirus cases in a single day — the highest daily number since the pandemic began.EpidemiologistMichael Osterholm, Director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, joins CBS News' national consumer investigative correspondent Anna Werner to discuss why he says we are only at "the 100 yard mark in the marathon." Dr. Osterholm tells Werner we have to be better prepared because, "the worstis yet to come." Heshares therealityof when to expecta vaccineand explainswhy all masks are not equal andwhy people should stay 10 to 12 feet apart — not six feet. Plus, Osterholm offers tips on safe ways to enjoy the Fourth of July.

41 MIN1 w ago
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"We Need to Learn How to Live with the Coronavirus," Epidemiologist Says

How Financial Literacy Can Help Close the Wealth Gap

The GoalSetter app is working to show how financialindependencecan help close the wealth gap and lead to financial success for the nextgeneration.GoalSetter founder and CEO Tanya Van Court joins CBS News' Errol Barnett to discuss a new initiative called "SOS" or "Save Ourselves" to improve economic mobility for Black Americans. Van Court, a former executive at both Nickelodeon and Discovery Education, shares her own economic setbacks that led her to work toward toward helping children and families achieve financial literacy.

26 MIN1 w ago
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How Financial Literacy Can Help Close the Wealth Gap

Separating the Truth from the Myth about Andy Warhol

Art historian Blake Gopnik discusses his new biography of American artist Andy Warhol with "CBS This Morning" co-host Anthony Mason. In "Warhol," Gopnik tracks the 20th century pop artist's journey from growing up in Pittsburgh to trying to make a name for himself in the art scene to his lasting impact on the art world.

20 MIN1 w ago
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Separating the Truth from the Myth about Andy Warhol

Why Mail-In Voting Should Be Expanded This Year, Despite False Criticism from Trump

With an ongoing global pandemic and a national election five months away, many state election officials are looking to expand mail-in voting as an alternative to waiting in line at polling locations. As co-chair of the new bipartisan group called VoteSafe, Tom Ridge, a former Republican governor and the nation's first Secretary of Homeland Security, is advocating for safe in-person voting and the expansion of voting by mail. This week, President Donald Trump and Attorney General William Barr made unverified claims that foreign actors could tamper with mail-in ballots. Ridge tells CBS News' political correspondent Caitlin Huey-Burns why the president's claims are simply false and why Trump should be encouraging absentee ballots if he wants to win re-election. Ridge says he's confident in this November's election, despite efforts of foreign interference.

29 MIN2 w ago
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Why Mail-In Voting Should Be Expanded This Year, Despite False Criticism from Trump

A Transgender Woman and her Sister on Acceptance and Transitioning

Actress Selenis Leyva, known for her roles in "Orange is the New Black" and "Diary of a Future President," has co-written a book with her sister, Marizol, called "My Sister: How One Sibling's Transition Changed Us Both." Marizol, a model, cook, and activist, explains how writing the book was therapeutic while processing the trauma of her transition, and Selenis shares what it was like to watch her sister live her true identity. Plus, they discuss J.K. Rowling's controversial comments about transgender women, the recent Supreme Court ruling protecting LGBTQ employees, and how to be an ally for the trans community.

28 MIN2 w ago
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A Transgender Woman and her Sister on Acceptance and Transitioning

GoFundMe CEO on 'Unprecedented' Giving Amid Coronavirus and Social Movements

Tim Cadogan took over as CEO of GoFundMe at the beginning of March, just as the coronavirus pandemic was ramping up in the United States. He joins CBS News' Errol Barnett to discuss his adjustment to the role, how GoFundMe campaigns are assisting people in the midst of the pandemic and how the company serves as a partial social safety net. Cadogan also explains how people are using the platform to support social causes in the wake of nationwide anti-racism protests.

24 MIN3 w ago
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GoFundMe CEO on 'Unprecedented' Giving Amid Coronavirus and Social Movements

Latest Episodes

Behind the appeal of famed astrologer Walter Mercado

The new Netflix documentary"Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado"provides a rare glimpse into the life and world of astrologer Walter Mercado, who was atelevision staplefor decades."CBS This Morning"national correspondent David Begnaud spoke with co-directors and co-producers Cristina Costantini and Kareem Tabsch and fellow producer Alex Fumero about how they gained access to Mercado, what theyweresurprised to discover, and the personal connection they have to Mercado.

36 MIN2 h ago
Comments
Behind the appeal of famed astrologer Walter Mercado

What to Watch, Read and Listen to From Black Artists This Summer

Vanessa De Luca, editor-in-chief of the online magazine ZORA, joins "CBS This Morning" correspondent Vladimir Duthiers to discuss books, music and movies to check out this summer. De Luca offers suggestions for how to remain informed amid national conversations about racial justice. She also explains how ZORA, a platform for, by, and about women of color, sheds lights on Black artists that have often been overlooked.

25 MIN3 d ago
Comments
What to Watch, Read and Listen to From Black Artists This Summer

Comedy Writers Alan Zweibel and Norman Lear on how Laughter Can Help Heal Hardships

Alan Zweibel, one of the original writers on Saturday Night Live, and legendary television producer Norman Lear join CBS News' Dr. Jon LaPook to discuss what they learned from setbacks in their own careers. Zweibel is out with a new memoir called "Laugh Lines: My Life Helping Funny People Be Funnier." He and Lear discuss the roll of comedy when dealing with difficult situations —and how this outlook can help people cope amid the coronavirus pandemic. Kate Lear, Norman's daughter (who also happens to be Dr. LaPook's wife), shares the philosophies her father adopted after his less successful moments in show business.

38 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Comedy Writers Alan Zweibel and Norman Lear on how Laughter Can Help Heal Hardships

Good Trouble: Documentary Explores Life and Legacy of Rep. John Lewis

A new documentary by filmmaker Dawn Porter examines the impact civil rights leader and Congressman, John Lewis, has had on America. Porter spent a year with the Georgia representative for the making of "John Lewis: Good Trouble," beginning right before the 2018 midterm elections. She explains how Lewis continues to make a difference through his role as a legislator as he fights for civil rights, voting rights, health care reform, and immigration reform. Plus, Porter shares what current activists can learn from the civil rights leader.

30 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Good Trouble: Documentary Explores Life and Legacy of Rep. John Lewis

"We Need to Learn How to Live with the Coronavirus," Epidemiologist Says

On July 1, the United States surpassed 50,000 coronavirus cases in a single day — the highest daily number since the pandemic began.EpidemiologistMichael Osterholm, Director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, joins CBS News' national consumer investigative correspondent Anna Werner to discuss why he says we are only at "the 100 yard mark in the marathon." Dr. Osterholm tells Werner we have to be better prepared because, "the worstis yet to come." Heshares therealityof when to expecta vaccineand explainswhy all masks are not equal andwhy people should stay 10 to 12 feet apart — not six feet. Plus, Osterholm offers tips on safe ways to enjoy the Fourth of July.

41 MIN1 w ago
Comments
"We Need to Learn How to Live with the Coronavirus," Epidemiologist Says

How Financial Literacy Can Help Close the Wealth Gap

The GoalSetter app is working to show how financialindependencecan help close the wealth gap and lead to financial success for the nextgeneration.GoalSetter founder and CEO Tanya Van Court joins CBS News' Errol Barnett to discuss a new initiative called "SOS" or "Save Ourselves" to improve economic mobility for Black Americans. Van Court, a former executive at both Nickelodeon and Discovery Education, shares her own economic setbacks that led her to work toward toward helping children and families achieve financial literacy.

26 MIN1 w ago
Comments
How Financial Literacy Can Help Close the Wealth Gap

Separating the Truth from the Myth about Andy Warhol

Art historian Blake Gopnik discusses his new biography of American artist Andy Warhol with "CBS This Morning" co-host Anthony Mason. In "Warhol," Gopnik tracks the 20th century pop artist's journey from growing up in Pittsburgh to trying to make a name for himself in the art scene to his lasting impact on the art world.

20 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Separating the Truth from the Myth about Andy Warhol

Why Mail-In Voting Should Be Expanded This Year, Despite False Criticism from Trump

With an ongoing global pandemic and a national election five months away, many state election officials are looking to expand mail-in voting as an alternative to waiting in line at polling locations. As co-chair of the new bipartisan group called VoteSafe, Tom Ridge, a former Republican governor and the nation's first Secretary of Homeland Security, is advocating for safe in-person voting and the expansion of voting by mail. This week, President Donald Trump and Attorney General William Barr made unverified claims that foreign actors could tamper with mail-in ballots. Ridge tells CBS News' political correspondent Caitlin Huey-Burns why the president's claims are simply false and why Trump should be encouraging absentee ballots if he wants to win re-election. Ridge says he's confident in this November's election, despite efforts of foreign interference.

29 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Why Mail-In Voting Should Be Expanded This Year, Despite False Criticism from Trump

A Transgender Woman and her Sister on Acceptance and Transitioning

Actress Selenis Leyva, known for her roles in "Orange is the New Black" and "Diary of a Future President," has co-written a book with her sister, Marizol, called "My Sister: How One Sibling's Transition Changed Us Both." Marizol, a model, cook, and activist, explains how writing the book was therapeutic while processing the trauma of her transition, and Selenis shares what it was like to watch her sister live her true identity. Plus, they discuss J.K. Rowling's controversial comments about transgender women, the recent Supreme Court ruling protecting LGBTQ employees, and how to be an ally for the trans community.

28 MIN2 w ago
Comments
A Transgender Woman and her Sister on Acceptance and Transitioning

GoFundMe CEO on 'Unprecedented' Giving Amid Coronavirus and Social Movements

Tim Cadogan took over as CEO of GoFundMe at the beginning of March, just as the coronavirus pandemic was ramping up in the United States. He joins CBS News' Errol Barnett to discuss his adjustment to the role, how GoFundMe campaigns are assisting people in the midst of the pandemic and how the company serves as a partial social safety net. Cadogan also explains how people are using the platform to support social causes in the wake of nationwide anti-racism protests.

24 MIN3 w ago
Comments
GoFundMe CEO on 'Unprecedented' Giving Amid Coronavirus and Social Movements
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