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Morning Rounds: Zika fight, sex education and impact of reading

CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and CBS News contributor Dr. Tara Narula join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the need for funding to fight Zika, as Florida is investigating a second suspected case of the virus transmitted by mosquitoes. Show More Summary

Watch Steve Gunn Make TV Debut on “CBS This Morning

Over the weekend, Steve Gunn stopped by “CBS This Morning,” where he made his TV debut performance. Below, watch him perform three cuts from this year's Eyes on the Lines along with his band, the Outsiders. Gunn has also added a bunch of dates to his worldwide tour; check them out here.

At the RNC, Chilly Temps Bring a Thaw in the Morning Show Wars

CBS This Morning and Good Morning America's sets are about 20 feet apart at the RNC.

Morning Show Ratings: Week of July 11

GMA won total viewers and Today won the news demo. Each of the shows, including CBS This Morning, was down in A25-54 compared to the same week in 2015.

Dead shooting suspect identified in Baton Rouge police killings; Obama addresses nation. Again.

The shooting suspect in the killings in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, this morning that left three police officers dead and three other officers wounded has been identified, according to CBS News: Police say 29-year-old suspect Gavin Eugene Long was wearing all black and carrying a rifle when officers first encountered him at about 8:40 a.m. Show More Summary

Watch Steve Gunn & The Outliners Play CBS This Morning

Guitar wizard Steve Gunn just put out his new LP Eyes On The Lines last month. And today, he stopped by CBS This Morning with his band the Outliners to make his network television debut and play a few songs from the record. Watch them perform album cuts “Conditions Wild,” “Night Wander,” and “Ancient Jules” […]

Why Turkish president can emerge stronger after quashing coup

CBS News senior national security analyst Juan Zarate joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to weigh in on the attempted "surprising" coup attempt in Turkey and implications for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

The Republican Party Bets It All on Trump.

Yes, Donald Trump was tied with Hillary the national CBS/New York Times poll yesterday, but this morning NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist showed a slew of bad numbers in swing states: In Colorado, Clinton gets support from 39 percent...Show More Summary

Impact of Nice attack on U.S. security tactics

Former CIA deputy director and CBS News senior security contributor Michael Morell joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss the apparent terror attack in Nice, France, and how the U.S. will have to adjust defense tactics against terrorists using vehicles.

Photographer describes "horrible, horrible" Nice attack scene

Antoine Chauvel, a photographer who lives in France, joins "CBS This Morning" from Nice to discuss what he witnessed Thursday night after a truck driver rammed into crowds of people celebrating Bastille Day. At least 84 people were killed in the apparent terrorist attack.

Ex-Bush adviser on Nice attack and investigation

Frances Townsend, former homeland security adviser to President George W. Bush, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Thursday night's truck attack during Nice's Bastille Day celebrations.

Pence Is Unknown But Better Than Alternatives

Nate Silver: “To a national audience, Pence is almost entirely unknown; this morning’s CBS News/New York Times poll put his favorability rating at 5 percent against 8 percent unfavorable, with 86 percent of registered voters either being undecided or not [...]

Morning Show Ratings: Week of July 4

GMA was the No. 1 show of the week in total viewers, while Today and CBS This Morning delivered year-over-year gains in the key A25-54 demo.

No reprieve from N.J. student loan program even after death

Only on "CBS This Morning," the woman in charge of New Jersey's student loan program defends her agency against accusations it's out of control. The Higher Education Student Assistance Authority, also known as HESAA, is being accused of driving families into financial ruin when borrowers become sick, lose their jobs, or even die. Show More Summary

CBS Hosts Rush to Defend Black Lives Matter After Giuliani Blasts the Group

On Monday, the hosts of CBS This Morning, along with Face the Nation moderator John Dickerson, proceeded to defend the Black Lives Matter movement in wake of former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani slamming the left-wing group as “inherently...Show More Summary

Twitter Teams With CBS News To Live Stream Democratic And Republican National Conventions

Twitter’s push for live-streaming video content has its sights set beyond the sports world. This morning, the microblogging platform announced that it had inked a pact with CBS News to stream CBSN’s coverage of both the Democratic and Republican National Conventions live on Twitter. Show More Summary

Twitter To Carry CBSN’s Live Video From Presidential Conventions

Twitter will livestream coverage of the Republican and Democratic conventions from CBS News’ CBSN — continuing a collaboration that began during thee presidential debates — the companies say this morning. The agreement will give Twitter gavel-to-gavel video of the events, accompanied by live Tweets about the proceedings. Show More Summary

Morning Show Ratings: Week of June 27

Good Morning America remains No. 1 in total viewers, and CBS This Morning continues to deliver significant year-over-year gains.

Gayle King Dishes About Finding Another Woman Naked In Bed With Her Now Ex-Husband — Oof!

Gayle King has no problem opening up about her ex husband's infidelities. For her recent interview with Vanity Fair, the CBS This Morning host dished about finding another woman in bed with her now ex, William Bumpus. Oh snap! Related: Gayle Opens Up About Her Weight Loss Journey When asked if she despised anyone, Miz King shared: [...]

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