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CBS This Morning

By CBS News Radio

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

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    Morning News: CBS News obtains James Comey's confidential memos about his meetings with President Trump. Protests rock Syracuse University after a video shows fraternity members repeatedly using racial and ethnic slurs.20 April 2018
    16:31
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    Cuba's Transition of Power20 April 2018
    16:59
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    Morning News: The FAA orders inspections of every airplane engine like the one that exploded on a Southwest Airlines 737. President Trump threatens to walk out of a meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un if there are signs it won?t be fruitful.19 April 2018
    16:37
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    Unified: Friendship Trumps Politics with Sen. Scott and Rep. Gowdy19 April 2018
    31:40
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    How Pope Francis is pushing the limits and the future of Catholicism18 April 2018
    41:46
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    Morning News: America remembers Barbara Bush, former First Lady and presidential mom, who died at the age of 92. CIA Director and Secretary of State nominee Mike Pompeo held a secret meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. 18 April 2018
    17:00
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    Nod Less and Cry More, says Dear Madam President author Jennifer Palmieri17 April 2018
    16:49
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    Morning News: Fox News host Sean Hannity is defending his relationship with President Trump's fixer and personal lawyer. Seth Doane reports from the Syrian town where a suspected chemical attack brought that U.S. response.17 April 2018
    16:38
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    Silicon Valley's Jimmy O. Yang on pursuing comedy16 April 2018
    30:09
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    Morning News: In an explosive interview, James Comey calls President Trump morally unfit to serve. Seth Doane is in the Syrian town where the suspected chemical attack took place.16 April 2018
    16:31
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    House Speaker Paul Ryan on leaving Congress15 April 2018
    11:59
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    Russian millennials on Trump, Putin and escalating tensions with the U.S.14 April 2018
    6:07
  5. 13.
    Singer Brett Young on giving country music a new sound13 April 2018
    16:32
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    Morning News: Fired FBI Director James Comey says President Trump is untethered to the truth. Seth Doane is the only network correspondent in Syria's capital, where people are questioning U.S. motives.13 April 2018
    16:06
  7. 15.
    Country singer Carly Pearce making music for the everyday woman 12 April 2018
    26:16
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    Morning News: Russia asks for calm overnight as President Trump considers a strike against Syria. Sources tell CBS News the president appears to be the true target of this week's raids on his personal lawyer.12 April 2018
    15:48
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    Barging into the Hollywood Boys' Club with Humor11 April 2018
    13:12
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    Morning News: Speaker of the House Paul Ryan will not run for re-election. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is back on Capitol Hill this morning.11 April 2018
    16:43
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    Morning News: New details about the FBI raids targeting President Trump's private attorney Michael Cohen. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg will answer senators? questions today about his company's failure to protect user data.10 April 2018
    15:56

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