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1. "Louis the Child" on the state of electronic music, their future & the power of SoundCloud

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, electronic music duo "Louis the Child" join CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers to discuss how they got their start and the appeal of EDM. The duo, Robby Hauldren and Freddy Kennett, also talk about their musical influences and what's the next for them.

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2. CBS THIS MORNING - Wed 01/04/17 - 2hrs 4x

CBS THIS MORNING - Wed 01/04/17 - 2hrs 4x

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3. CBS THIS MORNING - Tues 04-18-17 - 2hrs 2x

CBS THIS MORNING - Tues 04-18-17 - 2hrs 2x

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4. CBS News correspondents Elaine Quijano and DeMarco Morgan recount covering hurricane Irma and Harvey

CBS News correspondents Elaine Quijano and DeMarco Morgan recount covering hurricane Irma and Harvey

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, CBS News correspondents Elaine Quijano and DeMarco Morgan recount covering two of this year's biggest hurricanes -- Irma and Harvey. To mark the end of hurricane season, they share stories of what it was like to be on the ground during the devastating storms, the challenges of reporting in a natural disaster, and the resilience of the people they met.

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5. The female code breakers who helped win World War II

The female code breakers who helped win World War II

Only on the “CBS This Morning” podcast, journalist and author Liza Mundy discuss her new book, "Code Girls: The Untold Story of the American Code Breakers of World War II" with CBS News correspondent Vladimir Dutheirs. They discuss how the women, who were forbidden to talk about their service, were essential to the United States and the Allies winning the war. Mundy also announces that the book has been optioned for a movie.

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6. Jane Pauley on her ground-breaking career and hosting "Sunday Morning"

Jane Pauley on her ground-breaking career and hosting

Only on the “CBS This Morning” podcast, “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King talks with “Sunday Morning” host Jane Pauley for CBS’ Watch! magazine about her ground-breaking career, reinvention and succeeding Charles Osgood. Pauley discusses her time at the “Today Show” and joining the CBS News family. You can read the bi-monthly Watch! online at cbswatchmagazine.com or on select newsstands.

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7. CBS THIS MORNING CONVERSATION

CBS THIS MORNING CONVERSATION

Syria's dictator is warning Americans to "expect everything" should the U.S. Attack Syria. It came in an exclusive interview with CBS This Morning's Charlie Rose. That's the topic of today's CBS This Morning conversation. SELF-ID.

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8. CBS THIS MORNING CONVERSATION: BEATLES

CBS THIS MORNING CONVERSATION: BEATLES

It was 50 years ago today that the Beatles landed in New York to begin their first American tour. That's the topic of today's CBS This Morning conversation. SELF-ID.

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10. West Virginia women help offer hope to opioid addicts

West Virginia women help offer hope to opioid addicts

In our ongoing series, A More Perfect Union, we aim to show what unites us as Americans is stronger than what divides us. Four women in West Virginia have made addressing the opioid crisis their first priority. The state has the highest overdose rate in the country. Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, you can hear the Hope Dealers full conversation with CBS News correspondent Michelle Miller.

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11. School segregation and diversity with New York Times Magazine’s Nikole Hannah-Jones

School segregation and diversity with New York Times Magazine’s Nikole Hannah-Jones

Only on the CBS This Morning podcast, 2017 MacArthur fellow and “New York Times Magazine” staff writer Nikole Hannah-Jones speaks with CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers about her work chronicling school segregation. Hannah-Jones also discusses how the “Ida B. Wells Society for Investigative Reporting” to working to train and employ more investigative journalists of color. Every year the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation awards an unrestricted fellowship of $625,000 to talented individuals who have shown extraordinary originality and dedication in their creative pursuits and a marked capacity for self-direction.

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12. Comedian Patton Oswalt on the loss of his wife, finding love again and the future of comedy

Comedian Patton Oswalt on the loss of his wife, finding love again and the future of comedy

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, hear Emmy Award-winning actor and comedian Patton Oswalt's entire conversation with CBS News contributor Jamie Wax. Oswalt may be best known for his role on "The King of Queens," and for voicing Remy in the hit animated film "Ratatouille." His new Netflix standup special, however, covers some very different ground.

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13. The siblings behind - IT and Jigsaw - this year's biggest horror films

The siblings behind - IT and Jigsaw - this year's biggest horror films

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, a special Halloween double feature. CBS News contributor Jamie Wax speaks with the siblings behind the most successful horror movies this year - "IT" and "Jigsaw." Director Andy Muschietti and producer Barbara Muschietti discuss how "IT" became the highest-grossing horror film of all time, what made Bill Skarsgard's Pennywise so scary and what to expect in the sequel. The Spierig Brothers discuss taking over the Saw franchise with "Jigsaw" - currently the number one movie at the box office. Peter and Michael talk about their inspirations, the horror genre and what is next for the duo.

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15. CBS THIS MORNING CONVERSATION: MALAYSIAN MISSING PLANE

CBS THIS MORNING CONVERSATION: MALAYSIAN MISSING PLANE

In one of the most remote parts of the world, debris found floating in the Indian Ocean. A solid lead says investigators looking for the missing Malaysian plane that hasn't been seen in nearly two weeks. In this CBS This Morning Conversation, Steve Kathan speaks with Correspondent Norah O'Donnell who has been watching this story develop:

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16. Inside America's fascination with the assassination of JFK and conspiracy theories

Inside America's fascination with the assassination of JFK and conspiracy theories

Only on the "CBS This Morning" podcast, historian Kenneth Davis and CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers try to understand America's unique fascination with the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and potential conspiracy theories. With President Trump ordering the release of more than 2,800 documents related to the assassination late last month, discussion of what happen that afternoon in Dallas found itself once again a topic of discussion.

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18. CBS THIS MORNING CONVERSATION

CBS THIS MORNING CONVERSATION

Syria's dictator is warning Americans to "expect everything" should the U.S. Attack Syria. It came in an exclusive interview with CBS This Morning's Charlie Rose. That's the topic of today's CBS This Morning conversation. SELF-ID.

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19. CBS THIS MORNING CONVERSATION: BEATLES

CBS THIS MORNING CONVERSATION: BEATLES

It was 50 years ago today that the Beatles landed in New York to begin their first American tour. That's the topic of today's CBS This Morning conversation. SELF-ID.

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20. Analyzing President Trump’s Asia Trip

Analyzing President Trump’s Asia Trip

Only on the “CBS This Morning” podcast, director for Asian studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, Elizabeth Economy, talks with CBS News correspondent Elaine Quijano about President Donald Trump’s 12 day visit to Asia. They discuss President Trump’s special relationship with Japan’s prime minister and China’s president, his visit to the Korean Peninsula and the possibility of holding a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Vietnam.

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