December 28, 2019
Start your day with award-winning co-hosts Gayle King, Norah O'Donnell and John Dickerson in Studio 57, as they bring you the most important headlines, intelligent conversations and world-class original reporting from around the world.
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Kim Kardashian West on her fight for criminal justice reform and social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic
11/28: Balloons fly high in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Snow in the east and storms in the west affect travel.
Morning News: The final public witnesses delivered testimony in impeachment inquiry. Israeli PM Netanyahu indicted.
11/21: Ambassador Implicates President in a “quid pro quo.” In Atlanta debate, Democrats unite over impeachment but clash on experience.
Morning News: Ambassador with a direct line to Pres. Trump to testify today. Democrats will face off in fifth debate.
Morning News: Public impeachment hearings continue amid new revelations. A Colorado man will spend the rest of his life behind bars for murdering his fiancé.
Morning News: Public impeachment hearings continue amid new revelations. A Colorado man will spend the rest of his life behind bars for murdering his fiancee.
Morning News: Tear gas and rubber bullets fired at protesters in Hong Kong. Eight witnesses to testify in impeachment hearings this week.
Morning News: California high school shooting kills two. Day two of historic public hearings in the house impeachment inquiry.
Morning News: A stunning new revelation in impeachment testimony. Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick enters 2020 presidential race.
Morning News: Public hearings begin today in the impeachment inquiry. Arctic blast sends U.S. into a deep freeze
Morning News: Arctic chill moves over much of the country. Public hearings begin this week in House impeachment inquiry.
Morning News: Two-thirds of the country will soon be in the grip of a bitter arctic blast. The 2020 presidential race could see a big shakeup soon.
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Morning News: How the White House plans to defend Pres. Trump from impeachment inquiry. Arctic blast set to hit central U.S.
Morning News: Democrats claim big victories in Tuesdays elections. Mexican authorities detained a person near the ambush killings of 9 Americans.
Morning News: Nine Americans killed in ambush in Mexico. Alleged white supremacist arrested in thwarted synagogue attack
Morning News: Whistleblower offers to answer questions from GOP lawmakers. The 2020 presidential election is now less than a year away.
Morning News: Congress approves impeachment investigation. Severe storms slam the East as fires rage in the West.
Morning News: Washington Nationals win first World Series in franchise history. Twitter drops all political ads from the site.
Morning News: Army officer testifies in impeachment probe. Millions of Californians under red flag fire warnings.
Morning News: House impeachment investigators hear testimony from a person on Ukraine call. Pentagon is declassifying video of al-Baghdadi raid.
Morning News: ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead. A wildfire broke out overnight in Los Angeles.
Morning News: California wildfires destroy dozens of homes. Trump campaign responds to Bidens 60 Minutes interview.
Morning News: California wildfire forces hundreds from their homes. Pres. Trump leans on Republican allies to push back against impeachment.
Morning News: House impeachment inquiry enters a new phase. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before Congress.
Morning News: A cease-fire in northern Syria is due to expire today. Trump urges GOP to get tougher on impeachment inquiry pushback.
Morning News: A powerful tornado causes widespread damage in Texas. Rep. Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Sanders discuss endorsement.
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.
Morning News: Candidates unite behind impeachment at Democratic debate. Congressional leaders will discuss crisis in Syria today.
Morning News: U.S. hits Turkey with sanctions over its invasion, as President Trump faces growing bi-partisan criticism over troop withdrawal. A former TX police officer is charged with murder for killing a woman in her own home.
Morning News: Chaos continues in Syria after U.S. troop withdrawal. House Democrats gear up for testimony in impeachment inquiry.
Morning News: Two men linked to the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani are arrested. The Noble Peace Prize was awarded to Ethiopia's Prime Minister.
Morning News: Turkish military pushes deeper into northern Syria. CBS News obtains full contents of whistleblower memo in impeachment inquiry.
Morning News: Turkish forces launch a military operation in Syria. The president says he will not comply with the House impeachment inquiry.
Morning News: State Dept. blocked testimony from diplomat in impeachment inquiry. NBA commissioner defends a team executive's comments supporting Hong Kong protesters.
Morning News: Another whistleblower has come forward with knowledge of Ukraine call. U.S. troops in northern Syria are pulling back.
House impeachment inquiry ramps up with newly released information. Hong Kong invoked emergency powers as protests begin to reach violent escalation.
Morning News: 22 soldiers injured after military exercise went off course. Sen. Sanders recovers from heart procedure, puts 2020 bid on hold.
Morning News: Dallas officer awaits sentence after being found guilty of murder. New book says Pres. Trump suggested shooting migrants in the legs.
Morning News: New revelations shed light on Trump-Ukraine call. An officer shot a protester in Hong Kong, police say.
Morning News: Pres. Trump demands to meet whistleblower amid impeachment inquiry. Saudi Crown Prince addresses Khashoggi murder.
Morning News: Whistleblower report alleges there's evidence of a White House cover-up over the president's conduct. The head of Uber is responding to a scathing report about the company's passenger safety protocols.
Morning News: Whistleblower report is focus of Capitol Hill hearing. More deaths are linked to vaping.
Morning News: Calls for impeachment grow amid Trump-Ukraine controversy. Soldier allegedly shares bomb secrets.
Morning News: Pres. Trump spoke with Ukraine's leader about Joe Biden. The Emmys honored familiar hits and surprise newcomers.
Morning News: Disastrous flooding leaves parts of southeast Texas underwater for the second time in two years. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he will stay in the race for re-election
Morning News: The Houston area is blasted with heavy rain and several tornadoes. Possible cancer-causing chemical is found in heartburn medications like Zantac.
Morning News: U.S. officials blame Iran for an attack on Saudi Arabia. Pres. Trump doubles down on defense of Justice Kavanaugh.
Morning News: GM workers stage a nationwide strike. Militants threaten more attacks on Saudi oil facilities.
Morning News: Joe Biden comes out swinging against his progressive rivals. A new storm threatens the already hurricane-devastated Bahamas
Morning News: Pres. Trump supports ban on flavored vaping products. Poll shows Biden and Warren neck and neck ahead of debate.
Morning News: Entire crew of a capsized freighter is safe. President Trump says the U.S. should be 'very careful' about who is allowed into the country from the Bahamas.
Morning News: Rescuers search Georgia's coast for cargo ship crew members. Taliban leaders make new threats against U.S. troops.
Morning News: Hurricane Dorian makes landfall in eastern North Carolina. An American is among two NATO service members killed in the latest Taliban attack in the capital of Afghanistan
Morning News: Hurricane Dorian bashes the Carolina coast. Rescue and relief efforts are underway in the Bahamas.
Morning News: Hurricane Dorian accelerates up the Florida coast. Coast Guard suspends search for survivors after deadly boat fire.
Morning News: Millions of people anxiously await Hurricane Dorian. The death toll climbs after dive boat fire off California coast.
Morning News: Dorian is one of the strongest Atlantic hurricanes ever recorded. Seven people were killed in a mass shooting in Texas.
Morning News: Hurricane Dorian expected to hit Florida as category 4 storm. Investigators bust a massive drug ring spanning three states.
Morning News: Floridians are bracing for Hurricane Dorian. Juul CEO talks with CTM in exclusive interview.
Morning News: Tropical storm Dorian barrels toward Puerto Rico. Juul CEO responds to growing number of breathing-illness cases.
Morning News: Puerto Rico is under a hurricane watch. Brazil rejects aid to fight fires in the Amazon
Morning News: Pres. Trump says serious trade talks with China are on the way. Tropical storm barrels toward Caribbean.
Morning News: Over a dozen arrested in one of the largest internet fraud cases in U.S. history. Environmental organizations say humans are to blame for fires devastating the Amazon.
Morning News: Everyone onboard survived after a jet crashed in flames. There's growing confusion in D.C. over tightening gun laws.
Morning News: Pres. Trump makes plans to prevent economic downturn. At least three people arrested for mass shooting threats.
Morning News: Three more alleged victims sue Epstein estate. NYPD officer fired over Eric Garner's death plans to due department.
Morning News: Millions of Americans face uncomfortable heat. A white nationalist's shooting plot was thwarted.
Morning News: NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and his family escape after their small plane explodes in flames. Israel restricts U.S. congresswomen from entering Israel.
Morning News: Six police officers were shot during a standoff. We hear from alleged sex abuse victims of Jeffrey Epstein.
Morning News: Accuser files lawsuit against Epstein's estate. New warnings about teen lung disease and vaping.
Morning News: Epstein victims will still seek justice after his apparent suicide. Pro-democracy protesters shut down Hong Kong's airport.
Morning News: Mitch McConnell suggests he may be open to new laws on buying guns. Today marks the 5th anniversary of the death of Michael Brown Jr. in Ferguson, Missouri.
Morning News: First funerals for victims in El Paso will be held today. The largest single-state immigration raid in U.S. history has divided families in some Mississippi communities.
Morning News: Pres. Trump visits El Paso and Dayton in wake of shootings. Tributes honor author Toni Morrison.
Morning News: Latest on the shootings in El Paso and Dayton. Wall Street opened even lower after yesterday's worst losses of the year.
Morning News: Two mass shootings leave at least 29 people dead. We're in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio.
Morning News: The Kennedys are grieving another tragic loss. Pres. Trump escalates trade dispute with China.
Morning News: Democrats take on frontrunner Joe Biden in presidential debate. Osama Bin Laden's son has been killed, sources say.
Morning News: Progressives clash with moderates in Democratic debate. North Korea fires two missiles overnight.
Morning News: Hundreds attend vigil for Gilroy shooting victims. Second round of Democratic presidential debates begins tonight.
Morning News: Four dead, including gunman, after a shooting at a California festival. Uncertainty in Puerto Rico over who will replace the governor.
Morning News: Two well-known military units are under intense scrutiny. A bipartisan Senate report says Russia interfered with more election systems than previously known.
Morning News: Puerto Rico's governor resigns. Robert Mueller pushes back against critics after his lengthy testimony.
Morning News: Robert Mueller answers questions from Congress. Puerto Rico's governor could resign today.
Morning News: Robert Mueller received a warning ahead of his congressional testimony. Boris Johnson will be the next British Prime Minister.
Morning News: Iran claims it's nabbed 17 CIA spies. Tens of thousands take to the streets of Hong Kong and up to a million protestors expected in the streets of Puerto Rico.
Morning News: A brutal heat wave scorches most of the country. Iran refutes president's claim that the U.S. destroyed one of its drones.
Morning News: Congresswomen targeted by Pres. Trump give only joint interview. Former SCOTUS Justice Stevens is remembered.
Morning News: We celebrate 50 years since Apollo 11 blasted off to the moon. The House will vote to denounce Pres. Trump's racist tweets.
Morning News: Dangerous flooding from Tropical Depression Barry threatens millions. Pres. Trump is not backing down from Twitter attacks on four U.S. congresswomen of color.
Morning News: Secretary of Labor Acosta resigns. R. Kelly is arrested again. Louisiana prepares for Tropical Storm Barry to make landfall
Morning News: Gulf Coast braces for potentially devastating flooding. Labor Secretary Acosta will not resign over role in Epstein case.
Morning News: Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein's former lawyer speaks about his previous plea deal. The British ambassador to the U.S resigns.
Morning News: Financier Jeffrey Epstein is behind bars on sex trafficking charges. The diplomatic rift between the U.S. and Britain grows wider.
Morning News: Southern Californians are on edge after two large earthquakes. The U.S. Women's Team comes home as repeat World Cup champions.
Morning News: Earthquake rocks Southern California. U.S. Women's Soccer team goes for its fourth World Cup.
Morning News: White House faces questions over cost of Fourth of July event in nation's capital. Border patrol agents push back against criticism.
Morning News: Democrats encourage immigration officials to share a new report on border patrol facilities. The U.S. Women's Soccer land a spot in the finals.
Morning News: Lawmakers express outrage over treatment of migrants in U.S. custody. President Trump is reacting strongly to nuclear threat from Iran.
Morning News: The NTSB investigates a fiery plane crash near Dallas. Pres. Trump becomes first sitting U.S. president to enter N. Korea.
Morning News: Democrats have their second debate of the 2020 election cycle. President Trump approves emergency funding for the crisis at the southern border.
Morning News: Voters watched the first Democratic debate of the 2020 election cycle. The Supreme Court saved some significant rulings for today.
Morning News: Robert Mueller has agreed to testify before Congress. Instagram is fighting online bullying.
Morning News: Iran slams Trump administration over new sanctions. Head of Instagram joins Gayle King for first U.S. TV interview.
Morning News: President Trump prepares new sanctions against Iran. The U.S. women's soccer team enters the knockout rounds at the World Cup.
Morning News: President Trump decides not to carry out airstrikes on Iran. Hundreds of people are under inhumane conditions at the Texas border.
Morning News: Iran shoots down an American drone. Democratic rivals slam Biden for comments about segregationist senators.
Morning News: President Trump launches his reelection bid in Orlando. A U.N. report recommends an investigation of Saudi Arabia's prince for the death of a Washington Post contributor.
Morning News: Tensions between the U.S. and Iran grow. Hong Kong's leader apologizes for the chaos of the past week.
Morning News: Pres. Trump to launch re-election campaign tomorrow. U.S. weighing military options in response to attacks on oil tankers.
Morning News: U.S officials are convinced that Iran is behind the attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. Toronto Raptors win their first NBA Championship.
Morning News: Two ships are hit in an assault on tankers in the Middle East. A House committee votes to hold two cabinet members in contempt.
Morning News: Young people in Hong Kong are leading a massive protest. Jon Stewart makes an impassioned plea to help 9/11 first responders.
Morning News: New details on a deadly helicopter crash in New York City. Red Sox legend 'Big Papi' is back in Boston after surviving a shooting.
Morning News: Retired baseball player David Ortiz is wounded in an apparent ambush. The Tony Awards bring glamour and inclusion together.
Morning News: North Korea fired suspected short-range ballistic missiles overnight. Pope Francis issued a groundbreaking law to combat sex abuse in the church.
Morning News: A Colorado community is reeling after a school shooting. A new report claims Pres. Trump's businesses lost a billion dollars from 1985-1994.
Morning News: Georgia passes one of the most restrictive and controversial anti-abortion laws in the country. Alarming new report highlights the problem of opioid addiction among healthcare professionals.
Morning News: The U.S. is making a new military move to challenge Iran. Major changes are coming to CBS News.
Morning News: The most powerful cyclone in years batters India. A man who plotted to bomb New York City could walk free within days.
Morning News: The most powerful cyclone in years batters India. A man who plotted to bomb New York City could walk free within days.
Morning News: Senate questions Atty. General Barr will not testify before House. Dangerous storms hit the Midwest.
Morning News: Senate questions Atty. General Barr's response to the Mueller report. A vigil is planned after a gunman opened fire at UNC-Charlotte.