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  • O.J. Simpson rebukes notion that visiting Nicole's grave is insensitive, lawyer says
    During an interview with "CBS This Morning," O.J. Simpson's lawyer, Malcolm Lavergne, slammed reports that his client has plans to visit the grave of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, after his release from prison. Simpson watched the segment from prison and asked Lavergne to deliver a message, saying that he visited Nicole's grave on "countless occasions" before going to prison. He says it's judgmental to describe something he did before his incarceration as insensitive.
  • Fishing boat captain takes action after vessel capsizes
    Video of rescue shows captain in orange life vest swimming to man struggling to stay afloat
  • World-class athlete takes unconventional approach to help drug addicts
    By putting people's hearts under extreme pressure, Ryan Burke believes he can retrain their brains
  • Athlete develops unconventional program to help drug addicts
    Lawmakers and activists are exploring new ways to treat substance abuse as the opioid crisis sweeps the nation. One world-class athlete has developed an unconventional approach in Wyoming by taking addicts outdoors and exposing them to the elements. Jeff Glor reports.
  • Charlie Rose appears on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert"
    "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose talks to Stephen Colbert about his recent heart surgery and what's making him tick.
  • Tech moguls butt heads over the future of artificial intelligence
    Two tech billionaires are clashing over the future of artificial intelligence. Tesla co-founder Elon Musk warned this month that AI is a "fundamental risk to the existence of civilization." Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg criticized those comments during a Facebook Live session without using Musk's name. Robert Safian, editor of Fast Company magazine, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss advantages and concerns of artificial intelligence.
  • Did a Michelangelo painting spend years in a Rochester home?
    The owner of the painting has spent 15 years trying to prove a painting that hung in his family's home is an authentic Michelangelo
  • Does New York man own missing Michelangelo artwork?
    An upstate New York man believes he owns a missing 500-year-old masterpiece. Marty Kober is trying to prove the artwork was painted by Renaissance artist Michelangelo. If Kober is correct, the painting could be worth millions. Don Dahler reports.
  • Rep. Trey Gowdy: Trump's comments on Sessions "not helpful"
    Republican Congressman Trey Gowdy is a member of the House Intelligence Committee that heard testimony from Jared Kushner on Tuesday. He also became chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee last month. Gowdy joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to talk about President Trump's clash with Attorney General Sessions and the possible future of special counsel.
  • Russia condemns U.S. over new sanctions bill
    Russia is already considering how to retaliate as Washington moved one step closer to imposing new sanctions. Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said the move "defied common sense" and would only worsen relations. He warned that the two countries are now steering into uncharted territory. Charlie D'Agata reports.
  • Eye Opener at 8: Trump holds campaign-style rally in Ohio
    A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning." Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
  • Scientists say there's water underneath the moon's crusty surface
    Volcanic events may have helped trap water in rocks on the moon's dusty surface, according to scientists. Researchers at Brown University say there could be as much water in the moon's mantle as beneath the Earth's crust. The discovery has excited supporters of manned space exploration. Jan Crawford reports.
  • NTSB calls for more speed cameras to prevent deadly crashes
    New research says speeding is almost as big a factor in deadly crashes as drunk driving
  • Teacher's refusal to identify herself to border patrol raises legal questions
    Cell phone video of a confrontation at a border patrol checkpoint is stirring up new controversy in the immigration debate. A California teacher was detained after she refused to say if she was a U.S. citizen at a checkpoint in New Mexico about 35 miles from the border. The video has many wondering if she was within her rights or had an obligation to comply. Mireya Villarreal reports.
  • Horrific video of motor boat dragging shark sparks investigation
    An investigation is underway into the circumstances surrounding a dramatic fishing video posted to social media. The video appears to show a group of men dragging a captured shark behind a fast-moving motor boat off the coast of Florida. Jeff Glor reports.
  • Widow of NYPD cop gives birth to their child years after his death
    The widow of a murdered New York City police detective gave birth to their child Tuesday in New York -- more than two years after his death. The mother used in vitro fertilization with sperm that was preserved after her husband was killed. The baby is named Angelina. Her father, detective Wenjian Liu, was shot dead in 2014, along with his partner, while they sat in a patrol car.
  • Widow of slain cop gives birth to their daughter 31 months after his death
    The widow of slain New York City Detective Wenjian Liu gives birth to their child more than two years after his death
  • Study of speeding deaths prompts NTSB to call for more speed cameras
    New research says speeding is almost as big a factor in deadly crashes as drunk driving. Speed cameras have helped to significantly reduce the likelihood of a driver exceeding the speed limit, making streets safer for pedestrians and drivers. But only a fraction of states actually allow the use of these cameras. Kris Van Cleave reports.
  • Truck driver accused of human trafficking has a 20-year criminal history
    The truck driver involved in a deadly smuggling operation in Texas was driving without a commercial license. James Bradley is charged with illegally transporting immigrants for financial gain, resulting in death. He could face the death penalty. Mark Strassmann reports.
  • Is Attorney General Jeff Sessions' job in jeopardy?
    President Trump ratcheted up attacks on Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Tuesday. He refused to say whether Sessions' job is safe. The president took the stage before a friendly audience at a rally in Ohio and touted his own leadership style. Margaret Brennan reports.

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