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Start your day with award-winning co-hosts Gayle King, Anthony Mason and Tony Dokoupil in Studio 57, as they bring you the most important headlines, intelligent conversations and world-class original reporting from around the world.

Latest Episodes

Morning News: House impeachment inquiry enters a new phase. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before Congress.

The House impeachment inquiry may be entering a new phase after a day of testimony that Democrats call detailed, damning and disturbing. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is testifying this morning on Capitol Hill. Iraq's defense minister said this morning that U.S. troops that were pulled out of Syria will leave Iraq in four weeks. Boeing today announced big financial losses, after the grounding if its 737 Max fleet lasted much longer than expected. Major League Baseball is investigating expletive-filled comments the Astros assistant general manager made to a group of female reporters.

14 MIN5 h ago
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Morning News: House impeachment inquiry enters a new phase. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before Congress.

Stop The Stigma: Comedian Gary Gulman Shares Mental Health Journey in 'The Great Depresh'

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, comedian Gary Gulman joins CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jonathan LaPook to discuss why he decided to talk and joke openly about his experience with severe depression and anxiety in the new HBO comedy special "The Great Depresh." Gulman discusses his 2017 hospitalization in a psychiatric facility and explains how therapy and anti-depressants have saved his life multiple times. He also shares the importance of confiding in loved ones about mental illness and why nobody should be ashamed to ask for help.

35 MIN11 h ago
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Stop The Stigma: Comedian Gary Gulman Shares Mental Health Journey in 'The Great Depresh'

Morning News: A cease-fire in northern Syria is due to expire today. Trump urges GOP to get tougher on impeachment inquiry pushback.

A high-stakes meeting held this morning focused on the future of U.S. allies in Syria ? and the U.S. had no part in the discussions. In Washington, President Trump says he needs help from Republicans to fight off the House impeachment inquiry. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau won a second term overnight after the declaration of results in yesterday's national elections. CBS News has confirmed there's been a second deadly accident this week, involving service members on a training exercise. There are new developments in a wrong way accident involving an American in England, that we've been closely following here. The first federal court trial out of thousands of opioid-related lawsuits is on hold this morning after four defendants agreed to a last minute settlement. Facebook's CEO says he has already seen Russia and Iran trying to interfere in the 2020 election.

15 MIN1 d ago
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Morning News: A cease-fire in northern Syria is due to expire today. Trump urges GOP to get tougher on impeachment inquiry pushback.

Stop The Stigma: Why Mental Illness is a Family Issue

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Karen Varano, a program director for the New York City chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, tells CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook how a mental illness diagnosis can impact a family. Varano, who runs a program for parents and caretakers of children with mental illnesses, shares how her own daughter's experience with depression and addiction has affected her family. Varano explains the financial toll of treatment and rehab, plus explains why stigma is one of the largest barriers to care.

22 MIN1 d ago
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Stop The Stigma: Why Mental Illness is a Family Issue

Stop The Stigma: Mental Health in the Black Community

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jonathan LaPook talks with New York University's Dr. Michael Lindsey about his recent study that found self-reported suicide attempts by black teenagers have been rising over the past three decades. Dr. Lindsey, the executive director of the McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at NYU, discusses the findings and explains the consequences of black youth not receiving adequate treatment for mental illness. Actress Gloria Reuben, who starred in "E.R.," also joins the conversation to share the impact of losing her younger brother to suicide. Next month, she is publishing a book, "My Brothers' Keeper: Two Brothers. Loved. And Lost." Dr. Lindsey and Reuben share the importance of breaking down the stigma surrounding mental illness in the black community.

23 MIN2 d ago
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Stop The Stigma: Mental Health in the Black Community

Morning News: A powerful tornado causes widespread damage in Texas. Rep. Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Sanders discuss endorsement.

A powerful tornado touched down in north Texas overnight, causing widespread destruction. That same system hammered five states overnight, causing at least one death in Arkansas. This morning, U.S. troops that President Trump said were coming home from Syria are instead moving into Iraq. Military investigators are trying to find out what caused an armored vehicle to roll into water in Georgia, killing three soldiers during a training exercise at Fort Stewart. The acting White House chief of staff says President Trump didn't expect so much opposition to his plan to host next year's G7 Summit at his Florida resort. Senator Bernie Sanders is getting a major boost to his presidential campaign through an endorsement by Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, which comes three weeks after his heart attack.

16 MIN2 d ago
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Morning News: A powerful tornado causes widespread damage in Texas. Rep. Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Sanders discuss endorsement.

Stop the Stigma: Treating Mental Health like Physical Health

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Dr. Sue Varma joins CBS News' chief medical correspondent Dr. Jonathan LaPook to talk about the importance of discussing your mental health with your doctor. Patients should "look at mental and physical health on the same level of importance," says Dr. Varma. The two doctors discuss why there?s a stigma attached to mental health and how doctors and patients can work to eliminate that stigma. Dr. Varma provides resources for seeking assistance, tips on what people should be looking for and how to develop a rapport with your doctor.

18 MIN5 d ago
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Stop the Stigma: Treating Mental Health like Physical Health

Morning News: The White House is trying to contain political fallout on two fronts, impeachment and Syria. 4 million Americans are in the path of a powerful weather system churning in the Gulf of Mexico.

The acting-White House chief of staff admits President Trump withheld military aid, to pressure Ukraine to investigate Democrats. What Mick Mulvaney said, how he tried to walk it back, and the impact on the impeachment inquiry. Mulvaney said the G-7 summit, an important gathering of world leaders, will be held next June at the president's Doral resort in Florida, prompting new criticism that the president is using his office to enrich himself. Mexican security forces capture El Chapo's son, but then let him go after heavily armed cartel gunmen go on a rampage. Four million Americans are in the path of a powerful weather system churning in the Gulf of Mexico. CBS News has learned Louisiana could become the first state in the country without access to abortion, as soon as next year.

16 MIN5 d ago
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Morning News: The White House is trying to contain political fallout on two fronts, impeachment and Syria. 4 million Americans are in the path of a powerful weather system churning in the Gulf of Mexico.

Morning News: Rep. Elijah Cummings has died at 68. Democrats accuse Pres. Trump of insulting Speaker Pelosi during meeting on Syria.

Maryland Congressman Elijah Cummings, Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, died early this morning at a hospital in Baltimore. Democrats walked out of their first face-to-face meeting with President Trump since the impeachment inquiry began, claiming the president insulted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi during a briefing for congressional leaders on the deteriorating military situation in Syria. This morning Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo are on a mission to stop the violence in Syria. Nearly 50,000 striking GM workers may soon be back on the job, after the United Auto Workers reach a proposed tentative deal with the company. A trooper in Utah rushed into harm's way to save a man?s life with just seconds to spare.

17 MIN6 d ago
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Morning News: Rep. Elijah Cummings has died at 68. Democrats accuse Pres. Trump of insulting Speaker Pelosi during meeting on Syria.

Succession's Brian Cox on playing LBJ on Broadway

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Scottish actor Brian Cox discusses playing President Lyndon B. Johnson in the new Broadway show -- "The Great Society" -- and the reaction to Sunday's finale of "Succession." Cox, who pays patriarch Logan Roy on the HBO series, tells CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger how he's come to understand his character, what the two men have in common and the one question about Logan he's still struggling with. Cox reveals which character he believes is the moral compass on the show and what the experience of working with guest stars Holly Hunter and Cherry Jones was like. As a sequel to Bryan Cranston's "All The Way," "The Great Society" looks at how LBJ's grand vision for a domestic agenda was limited by the Vietnam War.

23 MIN6 d ago
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Succession's Brian Cox on playing LBJ on Broadway

Latest Episodes

Morning News: House impeachment inquiry enters a new phase. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before Congress.

The House impeachment inquiry may be entering a new phase after a day of testimony that Democrats call detailed, damning and disturbing. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is testifying this morning on Capitol Hill. Iraq's defense minister said this morning that U.S. troops that were pulled out of Syria will leave Iraq in four weeks. Boeing today announced big financial losses, after the grounding if its 737 Max fleet lasted much longer than expected. Major League Baseball is investigating expletive-filled comments the Astros assistant general manager made to a group of female reporters.

14 MIN5 h ago
Comments
Morning News: House impeachment inquiry enters a new phase. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before Congress.

Stop The Stigma: Comedian Gary Gulman Shares Mental Health Journey in 'The Great Depresh'

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, comedian Gary Gulman joins CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jonathan LaPook to discuss why he decided to talk and joke openly about his experience with severe depression and anxiety in the new HBO comedy special "The Great Depresh." Gulman discusses his 2017 hospitalization in a psychiatric facility and explains how therapy and anti-depressants have saved his life multiple times. He also shares the importance of confiding in loved ones about mental illness and why nobody should be ashamed to ask for help.

35 MIN11 h ago
Comments
Stop The Stigma: Comedian Gary Gulman Shares Mental Health Journey in 'The Great Depresh'

Morning News: A cease-fire in northern Syria is due to expire today. Trump urges GOP to get tougher on impeachment inquiry pushback.

A high-stakes meeting held this morning focused on the future of U.S. allies in Syria ? and the U.S. had no part in the discussions. In Washington, President Trump says he needs help from Republicans to fight off the House impeachment inquiry. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau won a second term overnight after the declaration of results in yesterday's national elections. CBS News has confirmed there's been a second deadly accident this week, involving service members on a training exercise. There are new developments in a wrong way accident involving an American in England, that we've been closely following here. The first federal court trial out of thousands of opioid-related lawsuits is on hold this morning after four defendants agreed to a last minute settlement. Facebook's CEO says he has already seen Russia and Iran trying to interfere in the 2020 election.

15 MIN1 d ago
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Morning News: A cease-fire in northern Syria is due to expire today. Trump urges GOP to get tougher on impeachment inquiry pushback.

Stop The Stigma: Why Mental Illness is a Family Issue

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Karen Varano, a program director for the New York City chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, tells CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook how a mental illness diagnosis can impact a family. Varano, who runs a program for parents and caretakers of children with mental illnesses, shares how her own daughter's experience with depression and addiction has affected her family. Varano explains the financial toll of treatment and rehab, plus explains why stigma is one of the largest barriers to care.

22 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Stop The Stigma: Why Mental Illness is a Family Issue

Stop The Stigma: Mental Health in the Black Community

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jonathan LaPook talks with New York University's Dr. Michael Lindsey about his recent study that found self-reported suicide attempts by black teenagers have been rising over the past three decades. Dr. Lindsey, the executive director of the McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at NYU, discusses the findings and explains the consequences of black youth not receiving adequate treatment for mental illness. Actress Gloria Reuben, who starred in "E.R.," also joins the conversation to share the impact of losing her younger brother to suicide. Next month, she is publishing a book, "My Brothers' Keeper: Two Brothers. Loved. And Lost." Dr. Lindsey and Reuben share the importance of breaking down the stigma surrounding mental illness in the black community.

23 MIN2 d ago
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Stop The Stigma: Mental Health in the Black Community

Morning News: A powerful tornado causes widespread damage in Texas. Rep. Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Sanders discuss endorsement.

A powerful tornado touched down in north Texas overnight, causing widespread destruction. That same system hammered five states overnight, causing at least one death in Arkansas. This morning, U.S. troops that President Trump said were coming home from Syria are instead moving into Iraq. Military investigators are trying to find out what caused an armored vehicle to roll into water in Georgia, killing three soldiers during a training exercise at Fort Stewart. The acting White House chief of staff says President Trump didn't expect so much opposition to his plan to host next year's G7 Summit at his Florida resort. Senator Bernie Sanders is getting a major boost to his presidential campaign through an endorsement by Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, which comes three weeks after his heart attack.

16 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Morning News: A powerful tornado causes widespread damage in Texas. Rep. Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Sanders discuss endorsement.

Stop the Stigma: Treating Mental Health like Physical Health

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Dr. Sue Varma joins CBS News' chief medical correspondent Dr. Jonathan LaPook to talk about the importance of discussing your mental health with your doctor. Patients should "look at mental and physical health on the same level of importance," says Dr. Varma. The two doctors discuss why there?s a stigma attached to mental health and how doctors and patients can work to eliminate that stigma. Dr. Varma provides resources for seeking assistance, tips on what people should be looking for and how to develop a rapport with your doctor.

18 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Stop the Stigma: Treating Mental Health like Physical Health

Morning News: The White House is trying to contain political fallout on two fronts, impeachment and Syria. 4 million Americans are in the path of a powerful weather system churning in the Gulf of Mexico.

The acting-White House chief of staff admits President Trump withheld military aid, to pressure Ukraine to investigate Democrats. What Mick Mulvaney said, how he tried to walk it back, and the impact on the impeachment inquiry. Mulvaney said the G-7 summit, an important gathering of world leaders, will be held next June at the president's Doral resort in Florida, prompting new criticism that the president is using his office to enrich himself. Mexican security forces capture El Chapo's son, but then let him go after heavily armed cartel gunmen go on a rampage. Four million Americans are in the path of a powerful weather system churning in the Gulf of Mexico. CBS News has learned Louisiana could become the first state in the country without access to abortion, as soon as next year.

16 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Morning News: The White House is trying to contain political fallout on two fronts, impeachment and Syria. 4 million Americans are in the path of a powerful weather system churning in the Gulf of Mexico.

Morning News: Rep. Elijah Cummings has died at 68. Democrats accuse Pres. Trump of insulting Speaker Pelosi during meeting on Syria.

Maryland Congressman Elijah Cummings, Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, died early this morning at a hospital in Baltimore. Democrats walked out of their first face-to-face meeting with President Trump since the impeachment inquiry began, claiming the president insulted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi during a briefing for congressional leaders on the deteriorating military situation in Syria. This morning Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo are on a mission to stop the violence in Syria. Nearly 50,000 striking GM workers may soon be back on the job, after the United Auto Workers reach a proposed tentative deal with the company. A trooper in Utah rushed into harm's way to save a man?s life with just seconds to spare.

17 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Morning News: Rep. Elijah Cummings has died at 68. Democrats accuse Pres. Trump of insulting Speaker Pelosi during meeting on Syria.

Succession's Brian Cox on playing LBJ on Broadway

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, Scottish actor Brian Cox discusses playing President Lyndon B. Johnson in the new Broadway show -- "The Great Society" -- and the reaction to Sunday's finale of "Succession." Cox, who pays patriarch Logan Roy on the HBO series, tells CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger how he's come to understand his character, what the two men have in common and the one question about Logan he's still struggling with. Cox reveals which character he believes is the moral compass on the show and what the experience of working with guest stars Holly Hunter and Cherry Jones was like. As a sequel to Bryan Cranston's "All The Way," "The Great Society" looks at how LBJ's grand vision for a domestic agenda was limited by the Vietnam War.

23 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Succession's Brian Cox on playing LBJ on Broadway