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"Don't fear the fin," Ocearch founder says

Chris Fischer told "CBS This Morning" about Ocearch's mission to tag juvenile great white sharks off the coast of Montauk

CBS: Texas Bathroom Battle Is Fight Between GOP Moderates and ‘Far Right’

According to CBS on Tuesday, the fight over a bathroom bill in Texas is a battle between moderates and the “far right.” Before labeling conservatives as fringe-y types, This Morning reporter David Begnaud hyped, “You got one estimate...Show More Summary

Bill Browder on past dealings with Russian lawyer in Trump Jr. meeting

American businessman Bill Browder, who was once the biggest foreign investors in Russia, has since become a vocal critic of the country and has clashed with President Vladimir Putin's government. Browder joins "CBS This Morning" to talk...Show More Summary

Desperate CBS: Is Indiana Mayor the Democrats' Next ‘Rising Star?’

With a Democratic Party dominated by the 69-year-old Hillary Clinton and the 68-year-old Elizabeth Warren, the journalists at CBS This Morning are apparently desperate to find a young, dynamic leader for the liberal cause. Apparently, they’ve found him. Show More Summary

CB Insights: 48% of the startup world thinks meaningful change will only happen if women continue coming forward

This morning, Bloomberg reported that Fred Destin, formerly of Accel and Atlas Capital, is having difficulty raising his new $100 million fund because of questions that have surfaced surrounding his treatment of women. The story cited...Show More Summary

Powerful MIT robot could help as a first responder

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"Robotics Revolution" explores the impact of artificial intelligence on humanity. In Monday's episode on "CBS This Morning," Dana Jacobson talks with scientists at MIT who developed a cheetah you won't find in the wild.

Students using site powered by A.I. to cheat?

New technology and artificial intelligence are making it even easier for students to cheat. CBS News contributor and Wired editor-in-chief Nicholas Thompson joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss how the search engine, Wolfram...Show More Summary

Luntz: Not 'Appropriate' for Media to 'Constantly Focus' on Disunity in Congress

Republican pollster Frank Luntz scolded the media for its coverage of the GOP health care bill,and Congress in general, during a segment on CBS This Morning Friday. Luntz sat down with a group of Republican and Democrat Congressmen and...Show More Summary

This Is Us’ Lands 11 Emmy Noms: Broadcast TV Makes A Comeback In Best Drama

NBC/Twentieth Fox Television’s This Is Us broke a six year dry spell for broadcast TV dramas this morning; the last big four network series landing in that slot being CBS’s The Good Wife in 2011. Should This Is Us win on Sept. 17 when...Show More Summary

Hyperloop One co-founders on making high-speed travel a reality

First on "CBS This Morning," we take a look at the first private test of the Hyperloop. Hyperloop One is building what could be the next mode of high-speed transportation. Passengers will be loaded onto pods that will travel through a tube at 700 mph, faster than the speed of a Boeing passenger jet. Show More Summary

Rep. Schiff says Trump Jr.'s statements "not much of a defense"

California Rep. Adam Schiff, top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee who's investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election, joins "CBS This Morning" from Capitol Hill to discuss how Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer will impact their investigation.

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I’ve got an interview scheduled for this morning at about 0830 with the good folks at CBS Radio’s Connecting Vets. Listen in if you can.

CBS to Bill Nye: Why Are People So ‘Reluctant’ to Just Trust You?

The journalists at CBS This Morning on Monday conducted a fawning, softball interview with environmental activist Bill Nye. Rather than offer any hard questions, Charlie Rose offered softballs such as asking, “Are other countries more...Show More Summary

How will Trump and Putin work to address tensions, Syria, and North Korea?

Douglas Ollivant, New America senior fellow and a former director at the National Security Council, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" from Washington to discuss how President Trump's first face-to-face meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin went. He also addresses the Syria cease-fire agreement and nuclear threat from North Korea.

Dickerson on Trump's meeting with Putin at G20

John Dickerson, CBS News chief Washington correspondent and "Face the Nation" moderator, joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss whether President Trump or Russian President Vladimir Putin will have the upper hand in the leaders' first face-to-face meeting, and what Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will bring to the table during the conversations.

Whiny CBS: Overseas Trump ‘Did Not’ ‘Uphold American Values’

Major Garrett is unhappy with Donald Trump. The CBS This Morning correspondent inserted a petulant commentary to his report on the President’s visit to Poland. Regarding an international press conference, Garrett complained, “In a nation where press freedoms are in flux, the President eagerly criticized the U.S. Show More Summary

What to expect from Trump's key G20 meetings

Ian Bremmer, founder and president of the Eurasia Group, a political risk consultancy, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the upcoming G20 summit, President Trump's increasingly tense relationship with Chinese President Xi Jinping, and the importance of having a Kremlin critic in the room when Mr. Trump meets with Russia President Vladimir Putin.

Eye Opener at 8: U.S. responds to North Korea's ICBM test

A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning." Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

Sneering CBS: G20 Summit a Success If Trump ‘Doesn’t Give Away Classified Info'

And journalists wonder why Americans dislike the media? The answer is sneering statements like the one on Wednesday’s CBS This Morning. Yahoo! journalist Bianna Golodryga inserted a mocking commentary into a report on Donald Trump’sShow More Summary

Goals for Trump at high-stakes G20 summit

Bianna Golodryga, Yahoo News and Finance anchor, was born in Moldova in the former Soviet Union and has extensively covered U.S. relations with Russia. She joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss President Trump's upcoming trip to Europe and the G20 summit.

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