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Families in crisis: Illegal immigration


Central Americans are migrating to the U.S. in record numbers, but it’s part of a vicious cycle decades in the making. CBSN Originals' Adam Yamaguchi travels to El Salvador to meet a single father, deported from the U.S. in 2009, and his young son, caught in a revolving door of deportation and remigration, to explore an intractable problem with no clear end in sight.

Eye Opener: Bone-chilling cold follows deadly winter storm


More than a quarter of the country is waking up to dangerous cold from a deadly winter storm packing snow and freezing rain. Also, a pair of dramatic overtime wins set up a Super Bowl matchup between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

Mexico's new process for migrants going to U.S.


A new caravan of some 1,800 migrants is making its way toward the U.S. They started crossing into Mexico from Guatemala late last week and continued arriving over the weekend. This caravan has become a new focus in the debate over border wall funding, as the government shutdown continues now in its 31st day. Adriana Diaz reports from Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico.

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Man in viral video of confrontation speaks out


A video showing a group of teenagers mocking a Native American man went viral this weekend, drawing widespread condemnation. But there's more to the video than meets the eye. Nathan Phillips, the man at the center of the story, speaks to CBSN's David Begnaud about what sparked the confrontation.

Border Patrol official on apprehensions spike


A new report by the Pew Research Center says 2018 saw a spike in the number of people apprehended at the southern border, an increase that was driven in particular by family members traveling together. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe discussed the increase with Salvador Zamora, a division chief with U.S. Border Patrol.

Relief groups help migrants about to flee


Before many Central American immigrants make the decision to leave their own countries, some organizations educate them on the potential risks of doing so. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe spoke to Rick Jones of Catholic Relief Services about his group's work.

The violent history of MS-13


Many Central American immigrants cite gang violence as a reason for leaving their home countries. In El Salvador, one of the more prominent gangs in MS-13. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe discusses the gang's history and operations with Hannah Dreier, an immigration reporter for ProPublica.

Syria suicide bombing shows ISIS evolving


CBS News foreign correspondent Charlie D'Agata reports from Northern Syria where a suicide attack in the northern city of Manbij claimed the lives of four Americans this week.

Ex-prisoner in Iran: Inaction on Americans held there "a black spot"


Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian and former deputy assistant secretary of state for Iraq and Iran Brett McGurk discuss Rezaian's new book "Prisoner," about the 544 days he spent in an Iranian prison.

"Mobituaries": JFK impersonator Vaughn Meader


Mo Rocca introduces his new podcast series of obituaries about the famous and not-so-famous, "Mobituaries," which debuted this week with the story of comedian and JFK impersonator Vaughn Meader, whose career died with the president.

Former ISIS envoy: Trump's "total reversal" forced resignation


Brett McGurk, the former special presidential envoy in the fight against ISIS, joins Margaret Brennan for his first interview since his resignation over President Trump's decision to withdraw from Syria.

Gillibrand rejects Trump's latest offer


Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-New York, joins Margaret Brennan to discuss President Trump's proposal to end the government shutdown and why she's exploring a run for president.

Pence: Trump offer "an effort to compromise"


Vice President Mike Pence says President Trump's latest offer is an effort to compromise, and the president would be willing to negotiate once the legislative process starts on Tuesday.

Study hopes to find genetic links to autism


The largest genetic study of autism in the country is underway. The project's mission is to enroll 50,000 families, speeding up research and finding genetic links to autism. Mireya Villarreal reports.

Kamala Harris jumps into the 2020 presidential race


The California senator is bypassing the formal exploratory stage and going all-in

Another bomb attack targets U.S. troops in Syria


Less than a week after 4 Americans killed in attack by ISIS, which Trump says is beaten, new blast hits checkpoint with Americans present

Deep freeze covers Northeast, Midwest after deadly storm


More than a quarter of nation hit with single digit temperatures or below after storm kills at least 3

Native American veteran in viral video of confrontation speaks out


Nathan Phillips said he inserted himself between high school students and a small group of protesters to diffuse the situation this weekend

Super Bowl LIII: New England Patriots to face Los Angeles Rams


The teams for Super Bowl 53 are set — the matchup will take place Sun., Feb. 3 on CBS

"Super blood wolf moon" puts on show in night sky


The rare celestial event wowed anyone who saw it from Earth

United flight diverted to military base, passengers spent hours stuck in plane


After the plane had to land because of a medical emergency, passengers couldn't exit and had to sleep inside the cabin

Serena Williams tops world's No. 1 player at Australian Open


The 37-year-old American sat out last year's Australian Open after giving birth to a daughter months earlier and dealing with health complications

Vitamin C? No wet hair outside? What actually works to prevent kids’ colds


Experts weigh in on what parents can do to help prevent colds in children – and what doesn't work

First woman to publicly accuse R. Kelly: "They're believing now"


Singer Sparkle's professional relationship with the R&B legend crumbled amid accusations Kelly was sexually abusing her then 14-year-old niece

Sorority expels student seen in viral blackface video


"The woman who participated in, filmed and posted the video is no longer a member of our organization," president of Theta Gamma chapter of Delta Delta Delta said

Israel confirms strikes on Iranian targets in Syria


Description of airstrikes marks rare departure from Israel's years-long policy of ambiguity regarding activities in neighboring war-torn Syria

Alabama police officer killed in the line of duty; suspect in custody


Officer Sean Tuder, 30, was fatally shot during an investigation Sunday; police have charged 19-year-old suspect with capital murder

A new billionaire is minted every 2 days as the poor lose wealth


The economy is rewarding the wealthy like never before, but most of the world's population is poorer than ever

Homelessness on campus: Out in the cold


For tens of thousands of college students in America, the toughest test they face is the lack of housing, or even food, as they try to succeed in class without a proper place to sleep

Bon Jovi restaurant offering meals to furloughed federal workers


As the longest government shutdown ever continues, the musician told furloughed employees "I'll Be There for You"

Pence: Trump's latest offer "an effort to compromise" with Democrats


Pence said he expects Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to hold a vote on the president's proposal on Tuesday

Deported from the U.S., now answering your calls


When U.S. consumers call about a hotel reservation or an airline flight, there's a good chance a deportee in El Salvador is on the other end of the line

Prince Philip spotted driving without seat belt two days after car accident


A passenger injured in a car crash with Britain's Prince Philip last week says he still has not apologized to her directly. Police spoke to Queen Elizabeth's husband over the weekend after photos surfaced showing him driving without a seat belt just two days after that crash. Holly Williams reports.

Kamala Harris announces 2020 presidential bid


Sen. Kamala Harris announced Monday she is entering the 2020 presidential race. The California Democrat invited supporters to join her at a kickoff rally in her hometown of Oakland next Sunday. Ed O'Keefe reports.

Sparkle, 1st woman to publicly accuse R. Kelly, speaks out on niece's alleged abuse


In 2002, the singer Sparkle, or Stephanie Edwards, claimed her niece was the underage girl in an infamous sex video featuring R. Kelly. Although a jury acquitted R. Kelly, the Lifetime docuseries "Surviving R. Kelly" now credits Sparkle with shining a light on some of his alleged abuses. Jericka Duncan spoke to Sparkle about what’s changed since she first came out with her claims.

2nd video offers new context to Kentucky boys taunting Native American activist


A viral video appearing to show Kentucky high school boys surrounding and taunting Native American activist Nathan Phillips triggered nationwide outrage. But a different video surfaced Sunday showing what happened before the encounter, when a radical group of protesters called Black Hebrew Israelites taunted the boys for more than an hour with racist and homophobic abuse. Jan Crawford reports.

Super Bowl 2019: New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams to face off


A pair of dramatic overtime wins set up a Super Bowl 53 showdown between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams in Atlanta. They last squared off in the big game in 2002 when the Rams played in St. Louis. Dana Jacobson reports.

Mexico sets up new process for migrants headed toward U.S.


A new caravan of some 1,800 migrants is making its way toward the U.S. They started crossing into Mexico from Guatemala late last week and continued arriving over the weekend. This caravan has become a new focus in the debate over border wall funding, as the government shutdown continues now in its 31st day. Adriana Diaz reports from Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico.

Shutdown, TSA sick calls, and weather lead to travel delays


Not only did a major weekend storm disrupt travel for millions of Americans, but the 31-day partial government shutdown also had an impact. Kris Van Cleave reports.

Democrats reject Trump's temporary DACA offer for wall funding


President Trump is defending his first concrete proposal for compromise since the government shutdown began. He offered immigration concessions in exchange for billions in border wall funding. But he did so without consulting Democrats who rejected it almost immediately. Major Garrett reports.

Deep freeze left behind by deadly winter storm in Midwest, Northeast


Tens of millions of Americans are feeling the deep freeze left behind by a deadly winter storm that swept through the Midwest and Northeast over the weekend. At least four deaths are blamed on the storm system. Omar Villafranca reports.

Saturday Sessions: Guster performs "Hard Times"


The members of alt-rock giant Guster met up as freshmen at Boston’s Tufts University and started out playing college parties. They came to prominence in 1999 with their breakthrough album and almost two decades later they remain one of the nation's top touring bands. On Friday, they released "Look Alive," their eighth studio effort and first new album in four years.

Saturday Sessions: Guster performs "Hello Mr. Sun"


The members of alt-rock giant Guster met up as freshmen at Boston’s Tufts University and started out playing college parties. They came to prominence in 1999 with their breakthrough album and almost two decades later they remain one of the nation's top touring bands. On Friday, they released "Look Alive," their eighth studio effort and first new album in four years.

Saturday Sessions: Guster performs "Overexcited"


The members of alt-rock giant Guster met up as freshmen at Boston’s Tufts University and started out playing college parties. They came to prominence in 1999 with their breakthrough album and almost two decades later they remain one of the nation's top touring bands. On Friday, they released "Look Alive," their eighth studio effort and first new album in four years.

The Dish: Chef Eden Grinshpan


Growing up in Toronto, Eden Grinshpan was fascinated by celebrity chefs she'd see on television and decided on cooking as a career. She earned dual degrees at London's famed Le Cordon Bleu cooking school before jobs and travel took her far and wide to India, Israel and Southeast Asia. Ultimately, she’d have her own thriving TV career. Grinshpan joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss her culinary journey.

Alcohol-free cocktails are gaining popularity – but don't call them mocktails


Many people are choosing to skip alcohol this month as part of a growing health trend dubbed "dry January." It comes as more and more restaurants and bars are serving craft cocktails that don't have any alcohol at all. Kenneth Craig reports.

Inside America's only "supercar" factory


From tiny smart cars to giant SUVs, American factories turn out an incredible range of automobiles but it's incredibly rare to find one that assembles what's known as a "supercar" – an exclusive class of vehicle that's expensive, powerful and ridiculously fast. Don Dahler reports.

A look back at the iconic 1958 photo "A Great Day in Harlem"


Sixty years ago this month, Esquire magazine released its "Golden Age of Jazz" issue featuring a picture showing 57 legendary jazz musicians gathered in front of a Harlem townhouse in 1958. It became known as "A Great Day in Harlem." Now a new book reveals the story behind the historic image. Anthony Mason reports.

Americans killed in Syria suicide bombing identified


The Pentagon has identified four Americans among at least 20 people who died in a suicide bombing this week in northern Syria. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack. It was the deadliest assault on U.S. troops in Syria since American forces went there in 2015. Charlie D’Agata reports.

Mysterious disappearance of Glenn Miller's airplane might be solved


The disappearance of bandleader Glenn Miller during World War II has remained one of aviation's greatest mysteries, but intriguing clues from beneath the waves could finally provide some answers. Dana Jacobson reports.

How a Kentucky college has offered tuition-free education for more than a century


For American college students, a degree often comes with massive debt accumulated to pay tuition and other expenses. Last year, student debt in the U.S. topped $1.5 trillion and the average student will owe around $22,000 by the time they graduate. Some schools though, are managing to buck the trend including one pioneering college in Kentucky that hasn't charged a dime of tuition in over 120 years. Michelle Miller reports.

Police struggle to address driving while high on marijuana


With more states moving toward legalizing marijuana for recreational and medical use, there are still unanswered questions about not only how it affects our health but also for drivers and passengers on our roadways. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

Friends and family remember American killed in Kenya attack


The American businessman killed in the Al-Shabab attack on a hotel complex in Nairobi, Kenya, will be laid to rest Monday in Houston. Jason Spindler, who survived the World Trade Center attack on September 11, will be buried on what would have been his 41st birthday. Debora Patta reports

Trump teases "major announcement" on government shutdown


National political reporter for the New York Times, Astead Herndon, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss what President Trump might announce on Saturday afternoon and why he's not expected to declare a national emergency.

Mueller's office disputes BuzzFeed report that Trump told Michael Cohen to lie


In a rare public statement, special counsel Robert Mueller's office disputed an explosive BuzzFeed story Thursday that claimed President Trump suborned perjury in directing former fixer and attorney Michael Cohen to lie to congressional investigators. Errol Barnett reports.

Dangerous blizzard sweeps across the nation


A large, powerful and dangerous winter storm is taking aim at about a third of the nation this weekend. The storm rapidly moved from the Central Plains to the Midwest and is now moving toward the Northeast. With it comes snow, sleet, freezing rain and ice in many places.

Reporter's Notebook: Will Washington pass the "10 Year Challenge"?


We're taking on the "10 Year Challenge" in John Dickerson's latest Reporter's Notebook. A lot can happen in a decade. But when we think about our lives a decade ago, there is more to ponder than simply how we used to look, and what we used to wear.

Is the Gillette commercial on "toxic masculinity" misunderstood?


Gillette's controversial new ad is raising questions about what masculinity means in the Me Too era. The ad addresses issues including bullying, sexual harassment, and toxic masculinity. The ad already has more than 19 million views on YouTube, and the reaction is divided. Ted Bunch, co-founder of the advocacy group, A Call to Men, and Lisa Damour, a psychologist and CBS News contributor, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the backlash and message behind the ad.

Teens addicted to vaping face lack of treatment options


The FDA is holding a hearing Friday to address the alarming spike in teen vaping and how to help those who want to kick the habit. According to the National Youth Tobacco Survey, more than 20 percent of high school students admitted to using an electronic cigarette within the last 30 days. David Begnaud reports.

Texas GOP Rep. Will Hurd: Border wall "least effective" for security, need technology


The partial government shutdown is now in its 28th day – with no talks planned to break the stalemate over funding for a border wall. House Democrats have voted to reopen government agencies, but the president has said he won't open the government without wall money. A few House Republicans are backing the Democrats, including Rep. Will Hurd of Texas. He's the only GOP member representing a district along the southern border, and it happens to include more of the border than any other district. Hurd joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why he opposes President Trump's proposal to build a wall.

Massive great white shark sighting prompts "frenzy" and warnings


A rare find off Hawaii is captivating shark lovers around the world. Divers are sharing incredible videos after a once-in-a-lifetime encounter with one of the biggest great white sharks on record. But the images are also attracting crowds and prompting warnings from wildlife officials. Carter Evans reports.

Women's March leaders forced to address controversy


Thousands of women are expected to take to the streets Saturday for the third annual Women's March. The first one in 2017 drew millions of demonstrators across the country. It's believed to be the largest single day protest in U.S. history. But this year's event has been mired by division and accusations of anti-Semitism. Alex Wagner reports.

Witnesses describe Prince Philip's state immediately after car crash


Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth's 97-year-old husband, is said to be doing fine following a violent car crash on Thursday where he was at the wheel. His SUV flipped, but he walked away without serious injuries. Jonathan Vigliotti reports from the scene near the queen's country estate in Sandringham.

Trump "personally instructed" Cohen to lie to Congress about Moscow business: report


Rep. Adam Schiff, the new chairman of the House Intelligence Commitee, says he will "do what's necessary" to investigate a bombshell new report. Two unnamed law enforcement sources involved in the investigation tell Buzzfeed News that President Trump "directed his longtime attorney Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about negotiations to build a Trump Tower in Moscow." Paula Reid reports.

Government shutdown that began over border security now a petty political battle


Talks to end the partial government shutdown are on hold, and the relationship between the key figures on each side is under new pressure. President Trump abruptly denied permission for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to use military aircraft for a trip to visit troops in Afghanistan. That followed Pelosi's request for the president to delay his State of the Union address during the shutdown. Ed O'Keefe reports.

One reportedly dead after avalanche at New Mexico ski resort


One person is reportedly dead after an avalanche rushed down a mountain at a popular ski resort in New Mexico. Two skiers were trapped in what's being described as concrete-like snow at Taos Ski Valley Thursday. Both skiers were rescued, but a local newspaper reports one of them died.

Snowstorm and TSA staffing strain to snarl holiday weekend travel


The winter storm this weekend is likely to cause big headaches at airports across the country. All major U.S. airlines are allowing passengers flying in the path of the storm to change their flights for free. The storm is likely to add to the stress airport workers feel because of the government shutdown. Kris Van Cleave reports.

Sonequa Martin-Green on "inner restoration" of her "Star Trek: Discovery" character


"Star Trek: Discovery" returns Thursday for its second season on the streaming service, CBS All Access. It takes place 10 years before the original series and stars Sonequa Martin-Green as commander Michael Burnham. Martin-Green joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the new season.

Intermittent fasting diets "no better" than standard diets for losing weight, doctor says


Diets that include intermittent fasting are growing in popularity. The three popular types of intermittent fasting are "whole day," which means no food at all one or two days a week; "alternate day," which means small meals on specific days of the week and no restrictions on others; and "time-restricted feeding," which means eating only during a 4- to 8-hour window each day. Dr. David Agus joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what scientists say about the trend.

300-foot ice disk spins over vortex in Maine river


The frigid cold temperatures are creating a frozen spectacle in Maine. A giant disk of ice in a river near Portland is drawing international attention. The icy wonder was spotted Monday. David Begnaud reports.

"10 Year Challenge" on social media raises privacy concerns


Privacy experts say people participating in the new "10 Year Challenge" on social media may be unknowingly sharing sensitive information. The millions of publicly-shared photos can be a treasure trove of information for companies working with facial recognition and artificial intelligence. Wired senior writer and CBS News contributor Issie Lapowsky joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the issue.

Children of families impacted by government shutdown get creative and pitch in


Sources tell CBS News there is increased talk in the White House about ending the partial government shutdown, but not without border wall funding. As the shutdown enters day 27, it continues to take a toll on federal employees and their families. With hundreds of thousands of parents out of work or working without pay, children are now pitching in to help. Jan Crawford reports.

Trump proposes deal on immigration, Pelosi calls shutdown offer a "non-starter"


The longest government shutdown in history continues

Dozens of NTSB investigations on hold during shutdown


Documents show the shutdown has prevented the NTSB from launching 74 accident investigations

OMB shuts down all congressional travel until government reopens


All congressional travel using government transportation will be prohibited until the government reopens

Government shutdown, TSA absenteeism spark travel industry fears


The potential for longer airport security lines is raising concerns for the travel industry, including flight restrictions

Colorado's forests at greater risk due to shutdown, expert says


Winter months are critical for wildfire managers who use the break from hot weather to clear debris that commonly fuels large wildfires

These states' immigration courts are most impacted by the government shutdown


The immigration court backlog could grow to more than one million cases if the government shutdown drags into February and March

GOP Rep. Will Hurd says wall is "least effective" border security measure


Hurd, from Texas, is the only Republican member representing a district along the southern border

Stock prices up more than 10% since shutdown began


Four weeks into the longest shutdown in U.S. history, Wall Street seems to be saying: Stay shut

Trump's chief economic adviser to federal workers: Get a loan


Kevin Hassett, head of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, acknowledges shutdown is causing "a lot of pain"

New "Star Trek" season tells "untold chapter of Spock"


"Star Trek: Discovery" seasons one and two are available now on CBS All Access

How to watch "Star Trek: Discovery" season 2


New season of "Star Trek: Discovery" premieres Thursday on CBS All Access

Sonequa Martin-Green on her "complicated" Spock reunion


"Star Trek: Discovery" Season 2 premieres Thursday night on CBS All Access

"Star Trek: Discovery" cast photos


See who's who in the CBS All Access reboot of the classic science fiction series

"Star Trek: Discovery" season 2 kicks off


Season two of "Star Trek: Discovery" premieres Thursday, Jan. 17 on CBS All Access. CBSN gets a preview with the cast including Sonequa Martin-Green who plays Michael Burnham and Ethan Peck who plays Spock.

Kirsten Gillibrand: The "60 Minutes" interview


As the New York senator announces her bid for president, take a look back at her February 2018 interview with Sharyn Alfonsi.

Miracle on the Hudson: When Sully met the passengers


Capt. "Sully" Sullenberger saved all 155 people on board US Airways Flight 1549. Ten years ago, "60 Minutes" was there when he reunited with them.

Elijah Cummings' new power for investigating Trump


House Democrats have been stonewalled over the last two years when it came to subpoenas on various Trump administration dealings. But now Democrats have the majority, and Elijah Cummings plans to make the most of it. Steve Kroft reports.

How advanced is AI today?


Scott Pelley reports on the developments in artificial intelligence brought about by venture capitalist Kai-Fu Lee's investments and China's effort to dominate the AI field.

Architect still designing, 10 years after going blind


A social worker tried to tell him about "career alternatives" after he lost his sight, but Chris Downey wasn't about to stop being an architect. Lesley Stahl reports.

Why China is the "Saudi Arabia" of data


Kai-Fu Lee tells Scott Pelley that Chinese internet users "are not scrutinizing the protection of privacy as much as the American users."

Rep. Cummings' father: "You will fly one day"


The Democratic congressman recalls a life lesson from the airport

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: The "60 Minutes" interview


The youngest woman ever elected to Congress tells "60 Minutes" she thinks President Trump is racist and responds to criticisms she could be pushing the Democratic party too far left. Anderson Cooper reports.

President El-Sisi: The interview Egypt didn't want aired


Abdel Fattah el-Sisi seized control of Egypt in the wake of an uprising against Mohamed Morsi's autocratic regime. Since then, Sisi's regime has imprisoned opponents and killed protesters. Scott Pelley reports.

How Egypt tried to kill a "60 Minutes" interview


Egyptian officials tried to stop "60 Minutes" from airing a tough interview with President Sisi. Producers tell the backstory.

The Committee, The Oracle of AI, A Different Kind of Vision


Elijah Cummings' new power as House Oversight Committee chairman; then, how one man is advancing artificial intelligence; and, an architect goes blind, says he’s actually gotten better at his job

Rep. Cummings' school struggle


Assigned to special-education classes, the congressman worked hard to achieve more: "I finally got out."

Rep. Cummings' grandmother: "Don't you wait"


The congressman recalls a life lesson on being productively impatient.

Rep. Cummings' father's tears


The congressman tells "60 Minutes" his father was emotional when he was sworn into office.

Rep. Cummings' prayer: "Guard my mouth"


The Democratic congressman tells "60 Minutes" his request before Congressional hearings.

How old is Scott Pelley? Watch an artificial intelligence system try to figure it out


Watch as Chinese visual recognition technology sizes up and tracks a group of unsuspecting pedestrians, as well as our own Scott Pelley.

What data does China have on its citizens?


The "oracle of AI" Kai-Fu Lee says the data the Chinese government has collected on its citizens is "too large and too raw" to be used for AI

Elijah Cummings talks to 60 Minutes in first interview as House Oversight Committee chairman


The new chair of the House Oversight and Reform Committee tells 60 Minutes he’ll have to hit the ground “flying” with majority power to investigate the Trump administration. Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CBS

Architect says going blind has made him better at his job


Chris Downey lost his sight in 2008 after brain surgery. But instead of letting blindness ruin his career, Downey says it’s given him insight into aspects of design he's never thought of before. See the full story Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CBS

David Chase's mother inspired Livia Soprano


In 2005, The Sopranos' creator told Bob Simon that his "hysterically funny" mother was inspiration for the acclaimed series

David Chase just wanted to create a TV show


In 2005, the creator of The Sopranos told 60 Minutes that creating a cultural figure like Tony Soprano was "not the intention"

James Gandolfini on why "The Sopranos" was successful


The actor talked with Bob Simon in 2005 and explained what he thought the acclaimed series was really about.

James Gandolfini talks Tony Soprano's anger


In a 2005 interview with Bob Simon, the actor explains who shaped his character's temper

Using genetic genealogy to convict Raymond Charles Rowe


CeCe Moore used a family genealogy database to solve a cold case from 1992. She tells Steve Kroft how she used the crime scene DNA to find the killer

Venture capitalist: AI will displace 40 percent of world's jobs in as soon as 15 years


Kai-Fu Lee, a pioneer in artificial intelligence and venture capitalist based in China, tells "60 Minutes" it won't just be blue collar jobs that are displaced by AI. See the full story, Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, President El-Sisi, An Unlikely Inventor


The rookie congresswoman challenging the Democratic establishment; then, Egypt's President El-Sisi denies ordering massacre in interview his government later tried to block; and, the unlikely, eccentric inventor turning inedible plant life into fuel

The unlikely, eccentric inventor turning inedible plant life into fuel


Marshall Medoff unveils to "60 Minutes" his innovative method of turning plant life into fuel and other useful products. Lesley Stahl reports.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says "no question" Trump is a racist in "60 Minutes" interview


The congresswoman says the president uses words "which are historic dog whistles of white supremacy."

Is Rep. Ocasio-Cortez afraid of making enemies?


The freshman congresswoman is often at odds with her own party. She told "60 Minutes" she focuses on goals, not allies.

Rep. Ocasio-Cortez: I am not a "flamethrower"


In her first week in office, she defied the House speaker and called the president "a racist, " but Ocasio-Cortez says she can build consensus.

Underestimate her? Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is fine with that


Here's what Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez -- new to Congress and to politics -- says to people who underestimate her.

Is Ocasio-Cortez pushing her party too far left?


The new congresswoman talks about the concern that she's making the Democratic party too radical.

Ocasio-Cortez on her social media battles


The Democratic congresswoman to Trump Jr.: "If you can't take the heat, then get out of the kitchen"

2010: The father of the cellphone


Marty Cooper made the first cell phone call in 1973. In 2010, he told "60 Minutes" how he knew mobile technology was the future.

2007: Idaho's Bird Man


Morley Safer reports on Forrest Bird, who invented the modern medical respirator. A pilot, Bird got the idea from how air moves over a wing

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says Democrats have compromised too much


In 60 Minutes' interview, Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says she'll be willing to compromise with Republicans on some issues, but that Democrats have already given away too much

The 60 Minutes interview: Southwest's Herb Kelleher


In 1989, Steve Kroft profiled Herb Kelleher, the co-founder of Southwest Airlines, and his innovative no-frills approach to the airline business

How an inventor with no science training is fighting global warming


Marshall Medoff unveils to 60 Minutes his innovative method of turning plant life into fuel and other useful products. See the full story, Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CBS

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: "Call me a radical"


Rep. Ocasio-Cortez, the youngest woman ever elected to Congress, talks to 60 Minutes about the Green New Deal and says only “radicals” have changed this country. See the full interview, Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CBS

Egypt's President El-Sisi denies holding political prisoners


In an interview with 60 Minutes the Egyptian government later asked not be shown, President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi denies estimates of 60,000 political prisoners in his country. See the full interview, Sunday, January 6 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

Good sports


As a state champion wrestler, Marek Bush has very few real competitors. But when he faced a sophomore from New York's Central Valley Academy named Logan Patterson, he was in for what might be the most important match of his life – or, given the surprising outcome, the most impressive. Steve Hartman reports.

Dance group of women in wheelchairs inspires young girls with disabilities


You've heard of the Rockettes – but have you heard of the Rollettes?

Social worker known for being frugal left $11 million to charities


He repaired his shoes with duct tape and bought clothes from the grocery story

Going the distance: Blind runner Simon Wheatcroft


Like many athletes, Simon Wheatcroft loves chasing that runner's high, training on a path near his home in the English village of Doncaster. And he never let the fact that he has a rare condition that left him completely blind by age 27 slow him down. Wheatcroft has run marathons in New York and Boston while testing new technologies that, he hopes, will one day help the quarter-billion visually-impaired people around the world to walk, hike and, yes, run without the help of a guide. Lee Cowan reports.

Mom in labor walks across graduation stage


After completing her midterms and finals in the hospital, she wanted to walk across stage in person to "show people it could be done"

Families in crisis: Illegal immigration


Central Americans are migrating to the U.S. in record numbers, but it's part of a vicious cycle decades in the making. CBSN Originals' Adam Yamaguchi travels to El Salvador to meet a single father, deported from the U.S. in 2009, and his young son, caught in a revolving door of deportation and remigration, to explore an intractable problem with no clear end in sight.

Esports: The price of the grind


The rapid rise of esports has been a dream come true for professional players—but as money pours into the industry, many young pros face grueling practice schedules and burn out early

North Korea: The art of surviving sanctions


Behind the Kim regime's scramble to stay afloat through cultural means

Burmese python invasion: Fighting invasive species


Across America, waves of foreign invaders are taking over. Introduced through human error or carelessness, invasive species like the Burmese Python, Lionfish and Asian Carp have thrived at the expense of native species critical to a delicate natural balance that supports ecosystems and livelihoods. CBSN Originals explores whether it's too late to tip the balance back in our favor.

Puerto Rico: The exodus after Hurricane Maria


Hurricane Maria left Puerto Rico devastated - almost 3,000 people died in its wake, towns were left without power or water for months, and hundreds of thousands of Puerto Ricans left, many never to return. CBS News correspondent David Begnaud returns to Puerto Rico for CBSN Originals to examine the impact of that exodus and what the future holds.

Cryptocurrency mining disrupts small town


As the soaring value of bitcoin sets off a flurry of excitement, a whole new industry -- cryptocurrency mining -- is erupting in unexpected parts of the globe, causing rifts in the communities that host it. CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett heads to the epicenter of cryptocurrency mining, to explore how this phenomenon is unfolding, and the controversy over its future.

Out of Aleppo


Mohammad Shasho's family left Aleppo in 2013, telling their children they were taking a prolonged vacation. That "vacation" was an evacuation prompted by Syria's eight-year-old civil war, and it became a permanent exile. In a film produced by BYkids, we see the Syrian crisis through the eyes of a young refugee filmmaker.

Expedition Antarctica


More than 30 years ago, Robert Swan became the first man to walk to both the North and South Poles. In 2017, he found himself back on the ice, trekking 600 miles across Antarctica with his son, Barney. But this time, the duo set out to complete the first-ever expedition to the South Pole using solely renewable energy. Their mission: prove that if these technologies can work in the harshest environment on Earth, they can work in our everyday lives. Along the way, they faced unexpected obstacles that threatened to claim Barney's limb -- and Robert's life.

Seeking asylum


America's border is seen by many as the dividing line between a fearful past and a safer, better future. CBSN Originals followed Iranian migrant Shahab as he crossed the jungle passes of the Darien Gap, and now joins him once again as he enters America. Having risked life and limb to reach the United States, his future is no less uncertain.

Darien Gap: Desperate journey


A dangerous 60-mile stretch of jungle separates Colombia and Panama. It's known as the Darien Gap, and thousands cross it every year, hoping to reach America.

Adapt or die


The climate cycles that have driven mass extinctions, are shortening and becoming more severe. The species that can adapt to environmental changes survive, while others simply die off. CBSN Originals travels to the Galapagos Islands, a living laboratory in the crosshairs of climate change, to see if nature can outrun and outsmart climate change?

Replacing humans | Robots among us


In Japan, a rapidly aging population and declining birth rate are creating a crisis. Without enough people to fill jobs and care for the elderly, could robots step up to fill the gap? Could they even become, as some robotics engineers hope, "better than human?" CBSN Originals takes you into the heart of Japan's looming population collapse, and examines the robot solutions they hope will preserve their unique culture.

Portland: Race against the past


What happened in Charlottesville proves that America has a white supremacy problem. What happened in Portland explains it.

What's causing rural America's "brain drain"


The opportunity gap between cities and rural America has never been bigger -- and student loans may be to blame

Union membership in the U.S. hit record low in 2018


Despite high-profile battles in education and health care, the share of workers in unions continues to slide

New ways to save money on prescription drugs


Despite government promises to address the problem, out-of-pocket costs for medicines still burden most consumers.

First woman to publicly accuse R. Kelly of misconduct: "They're believing now"


Singer Sparkle's professional relationship with the R&B legend crumbled amid accusations Kelly was sexually abusing her then 14-year-old niece

Vitamin C? No wet hair outside? What actually works to prevent kids’ colds


Experts weigh in on what parents can do to help prevent colds in children – and what doesn't work

Kamala Harris announces presidential candidacy


The California senator is bypassing the formal exploratory stage and going all-in

Bon Jovi restaurant offering meals to furloughed federal workers


As the longest government shutdown ever continues, the musician told furloughed employees "I'll Be There for You"

Kennedy: "First Amendment was bruised" by BuzzFeed report on Cohen


The special counsel's office disputed a BuzzFeed News report saying it had evidence President Trump directed Michael Cohen to lie to Congress

Ex-envoy: Trump's "total reversal" of U.S. policy in Syria forced resignation


In his first television interview since resigning, Brett McGurk said his "heart is broken"

Schiff sets date for Cohen to testify to House Intel Committee


Schiff said he has a date for Cohen to testify before his panel "either voluntarily, or if necessary, by subpoena"

Israel confirms strikes on Iranian targets in Syria


Description of airstrikes marks rare departure from Israel's years-long policy of ambiguity regarding activities in neighboring war-torn Syria

Another bomb attack targets U.S. troops in Syria


Less than a week after 4 Americans were killed in attack by ISIS, which Trump says is beaten, new ISIS-claimed blast hits a joint convoy in Syria's north

Serena Williams tops world's No. 1 player at Australian Open


The 37-year-old American sat out last year's Australian Open after giving birth to a daughter months earlier and dealing with health complications

"Super blood wolf moon" puts on show in night sky


The rare celestial event wowed anyone who saw it

United flight diverted to military base, passengers spent hours stuck in plane


After the plane had to land because of a medical emergency, passengers couldn't exit and had to sleep inside the cabin

First woman to publicly accuse R. Kelly of misconduct: "They're believing now"


Singer Sparkle's professional relationship with the R&B legend crumbled amid accusations Kelly was sexually abusing her then 14-year-old niece

Remembering the one and only Carol Channing


The beloved Broadway star who owned the title role in "Hello, Dolly!" died this past week at age 97

"Mobituaries": The other Kennedy


Comedian Vaughn Meader's impersonation of JFK made "The First Family" the most-talked-about album in the country, until the day shots were fired in Dallas

The Golden Age of podcasts


Radio has been transformed into a new medium of on-demand audio storytelling – and everyone, it seems, is getting into the act

Marty Stuart and his collection of holy relics of country music


The country star has a side gig, as the keeper of Nashville's memories, as he had built one of the world's largest private collections of country music memorabilia

"Super blood wolf moon" puts on show in night sky


The rare celestial event wowed anyone who saw it

Almanac: The English Channel Tunnel


On January 20, 1986, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and French President Francois Mitterand broke new ground on the long-dreamed-of "Chunnel"

U.S. spy satellite launched into orbit from California


Running more than a month late, a Delta 4 rocket carrying a spy satellite finally blasted off Saturday.

Facebook may face a record FTC fine over privacy lapses


The FTC is reportedly considering the record fine due to Facebook's Cambridge Analytica scandal

Saturn spent billions of years without its rings, NASA says


Saturn's rings may have formed during the age of dinosaurs – but compared to the planet, that's not that old

New ways to save money on prescription drugs


Despite government promises to address the problem, out-of-pocket costs for medicines still burden most consumers.

Vitamin C? No wet hair outside? What actually works to prevent kids’ colds


Experts weigh in on what parents can do to help prevent colds in children – and what doesn't work

Possible link seen between opioids and birth defect


The horrific defect involves the baby being born with its intestines hanging outside the stomach

Vaping has created teen nicotine addicts with few treatment options


The options for treating nicotine addiction in children is limited at a time when teen vaping is exploding in popularity.

Perdue recalls chicken nuggets for possible wood contamination


Company reports customer complaints that wood was found in its gluten-free Organics Breaded Chicken Breast Nuggets

What's causing rural America's "brain drain"


The opportunity gap between cities and rural America has never been bigger -- and student loans may be to blame

Union membership in the U.S. hit record low in 2018


Despite high-profile battles in education and health care, the share of workers in unions continues to slide

New ways to save money on prescription drugs


Despite government promises to address the problem, out-of-pocket costs for medicines still burden most consumers.

A new billionaire is minted every 2 days as the poor lose wealth


The economy is rewarding the wealthy like never before, but most of the world's population is poorer than ever

Deported from the U.S., now answering your calls


When U.S. consumers call about a hotel reservation or an airline flight, there's a good chance a deportee in El Salvador is on the other end of the line

Alabama police officer killed in the line of duty; suspect in custody


Officer Sean Tuder, 30, was fatally shot during an investigation Sunday; police have charged 19-year-old suspect with capital murder

Podcast spotlights 1990 double murder – can new DNA technology solve the cold case?


A man haunted by the unsolved murders of his step-grandmother and her friend made a podcast about the crime — it's a story that "48 Hours" started covering as a cold case, but turned into something very different thanks to a relentless detective and cutting-edge technology

Black teen's family laments sentence given to white officer


His great uncle said the sentence reduced Laquan McDonald's life to that of "a second-class citizen"

Family of teen killed by cop doesn't believe police explanation


Police say 14-year-old burglary suspect was carrying replica handgun when he was shot to death by officer

Facility where comatose woman had baby faces new abuse allegations


The facility is facing scrutiny after another patient in a vegetative state unexpectedly gave birth

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