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CBS Mornings on the Go

Start your day with award-winning co-hosts Gayle King, Nate Burleson and Tony Dokoupil in Studio 57, as they bring you insightful conversations and world-class original reporting from around the world. Watch CBS Mornings weekday mornings at 7AM ET on CBS or stream it on Paramount+.


April 24, 2024 38 mins

Dating companies say protecting their customers is a top priority but critics want them to do more to curb online scams and stop bad actors in their tracks, law enforcement officials and online security experts say. CBS News asks the CEO of Match Group — one of the biggest players in the online dating space — about customers who have lost everything.

More than 89,000 Americans are waiting for a donor kidney. Recently, a New...

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In the wake of a deadly shooting at Nashville's Covenant School, Tennessee lawmakers have introduced a polarizing bill that would permit teachers to carry firearms in classrooms.

Last year an estimated $1.3 Billion is taken from unsuspected Americans looking for love on dating apps. These romance scams are often thought to be the domain of criminal gangs operated from overseas. But in fact, some of the most aggressive ...

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Opening statements in Donald Trump’s “hush money” trial are set for Monday in a historic moment of the first-ever criminal trial of a former president of the United States. Trump faces 34 felony counts of falsifying business records. He’s accused of using his former lawyer, Michael Cohen, to funnel payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels.

On this Earth Day we look at the health of our planet's oceans and how countries ar...

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Iran has fired air defenses at a major air base and a nuclear site near its central city of Isfahan after spotting drones. The early morning hit was in the city of Isfahan – where Iran has several nuclear sites but according to the UN's top Atomic Energy body there was no damage to the nuclear facilities.

CBS News' data analysis found 425 bridges in 36 states over waterways used by large vessels had inadequate pier pro...

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Hawaii’s attorney general has released a report on the investigation into the devastating Maui wildfire that killed over 100 people. The nearly 400-page report raises questions regarding Maui County Mayor Richard Bissen and the response.

Nearly 100 survivors of former Team USA gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's sexual abuse are set to receive a $100 million settlement from the Justice Department following allegations of gover...

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Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and Meta's Global Head of Safety Antigone Davis discuss the “Know 2 Protect” campaign. It aims to provide parents and young people with information about how to prevent exploitation and abuse, how to report incidents and provide resources for victims and survivors.

An 81-year-old man is charged with murder after thinking the victim was connected to a scam. William...

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No jurors were selected on the first day of former President Donald Trump’s "hush money" trial. Out of the first batch of 96 prospective jurors who were sworn in and questioned, more than half were excused, many after saying they could not be fair and impartial. CBS News' Robert Costa reports on the latest and CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman breaks down the start of Donald Trump’s “hush money” trial and what to expect...

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Iran launched more than 300 drones and missiles on Israel over the weekend. Nearly all projectiles were stopped by Israel’s air defenses, helped by the U.S. and other allies. Samantha Vinograd, CBS News national security contributor and former assistant secretary for Counterterrorism and Threat Prevention at DHS, explains the conflict between Israel and Iran, and what the U.S. could do next.

White House national security co...

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O.J. Simpson, the former football star and central figure of a sensational 1995 murder trial, passed away from prostate cancer. Simpson was found not guilty of killing his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman. The charges, the trial and the verdict exposed a dramatic divide among Americans along racial and cultural lines. Bill Rhoden, a columnist for ESPN's "Andscape" who covered Simpson for decades, tal...

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The White House is announcing new gun safety reform with plans to close the so-called "gun show loophole." Officials in the Biden administration say that under the new rule background screenings will soon be required before anyone can buy guns online or in person at gun shows.

Amanda Knox is facing a new trial Thursday in Italy for slander. It stems from a wrongful accusation she made in 2007 while being questioned about th...

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The Arizona Supreme Court reinstated an abortion law from the 1860s that is a near-total ban. There is no exception for rape or incest, the law says, but is an exception to save the life of the mother. Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs joins "CBS Mornings" to discuss the 4-2 decision.

The Biden administration has announced the first-ever national standard for drinking water. The White House says it will protect 100 million Ameri...

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The largest dam removal project in U.S. history is happening along the Klamath River, which flows from southern Oregon to the Pacific Ocean. The project serves a crucial role in helping to revive America’s salmon population. Last year, the Pacific salmon season was canceled.

More than 1 million women in the U.S. become menopausal each year, but there is still a stigma around it. Dr. Sharon Malone is an OB-GYN and the chief ...

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As the total solar eclipse captivates viewers across the nation, several cities within the path of totality are seizing the moment to host mass weddings. In Russellville, Arkansas, preparations are underway to help hundreds of couples exchange vows against the backdrop of this rare celestial event.

Bill Nye joins “CBS Mornings” to explain the crucial role of solar eclipse glasses in safely enjoying the spectacle, and the sc...

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The Women’s Final Four begins Friday in Cleveland. Iowa superstar Caitilin Clark and her team take on UConn as the Hawkeyes look to make their second title game in as many years. South Carolina will battle NC State, with the Gamecocks just two wins away from an undefeated season. Ryan Ruocco, ESPN’s lead play-by-play broadcaster for the Women’s Final Four, breaks it down.

Steve Hartman and his kids are back for a new series...

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The parents of Jacob Flickinger, a volunteer with World Central Kitchen killed by Israeli military action in Gaza, talk to “CBS Mornings” and discuss their son's legacy.

As the tax filing deadline approaches, watch out for the IRS list of the so-called “dirty dozen" which are tax scams the IRS commonly sees.

Millions of Americans, commonly women, are affected by temporomandibular joint disorders — also known as TMJ or TMD. E...

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Congress mandated changes in an attempt to simplify the FAFSA form. However, it was launched months later than usual, and glitches and technical delays have plagued the form’s rollout for millions of students who are up against a May 1 deadline.

Sen. John Fetterman of Pennsylvania joins CBS Mornings just over one year after seeking treatment for depression at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Fetterman, who suff...

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With the Muslim Holy Month of Ramadan now in its third week, the United Nations warns at least half a million Palestinians are at risk of famine at a time when Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. Families are trying to maintain their traditions amid the war.

For the second time ever in the U.S. a human has contracted the bird flu. There has been a recent outbreak among dairy cows, and health officials say the individual ha...

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Samantha Vinograd, a CBS News contributor and former Homeland Security assistant secretary for counterterrorism and threat prevention, discusses the findings of a "60 Minutes" report on Havana Syndrome and the probe into possible ties to Russia.

A total solar eclipse will cross a large section of the U.S. on April 8, and up to 4 million people are expected to travel to be in the “path of totality” for the rare event. It wil...

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In an exclusive interview, a Florida man who was shot at nearly two dozen times by law enforcement while he was detained in the back of a patrol car shares his story.

After nearly two decades behind bars for her husband's murder, a California woman's relentless quest for a reexamination of the evidence reveals flaws. “48 Hours” correspondent Erin Moriarty unravels her journey to freedom.

Robert Randolph, a six-time Grammy no...

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In a CBS News exclusive interview, the family of a Boeing whistleblower who was found dead earlier this month is speaking out. John Barnett, a former Boeing employee, had been giving evidence in a whistleblower lawsuit against the company. A coroner says he died from what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound. It comes as Boeing's safety practices have come under new scrutiny due to a series of recent midair incide...

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