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  • Wife of man deported after 30 years in U.S.: ICE can't "shut me up"
    Jorge Garcia, who was brought to the U.S. 30 years ago at 10 years old, was forced to return to Mexico this week
  • Sex abuse victims, families continue confronting disgraced doc
    More powerful testimony expected at second day of Larry Nassar's sentencing hearing
  • Chef James Syhabout and Anthony Bourdain on the secrets behind Lao cuisine
    When he was young, chef James Syhabout fled Laos with his family after it fell to communists in 1975. They arrived in Oakland six years later, and Syhabout went on to become the force behind the two-Michelin starred restaurant, Commis. Its sister eatery, Hawker Fare, focuses on the Laotian cuisine of his childhood. Syhabout is now out with a new book called "Hawker Fare: Stories & Recipes from a Refugee Chef's Isan Thai & Lao Roots," published by Anthony Bourdain's book imprint. Syhabout and Bourdain join "CBS This Morning" to discuss the stories behind the dishes in the book.
  • Ann Curry talks "We'll Meet Again" and why reunions resonate
    Veteran journalist Ann Curry is sharing unique stories of people who are searching for someone from their past. Her new PBS series "We'll Meet Again" focuses on reunions between people whose lives intersected and were torn apart at pivotal moments in world history, including the Vietnam War or the 9/11 attacks. Curry joins "CBS This Morning" to share the tale of her own parents' reunion and some of the powerful stories of those she brings together in the series.
  • Ann Curry says "verbal sexual" harassment was pervasive at NBC
    In her first TV interview since leaving NBC, former "Today" show host Ann Curry is speaking out about her former co-host Matt Lauer
  • Family speaks out on dad deported to Mexico after nearly 30 years in U.S.
    The family of Jorge Garcia, a Michigan man deported to Mexico, says they will fight to get him back to the U.S. Garcia has lived in the U.S. for around 30 years and has an American wife and two children. Anna Werner spoke to the family.
  • Sen. Cory Booker says DHS Secretary Nielsen "lied under oath" at Senate hearing
    Democratic Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey, who serves on the Senate Judiciary and Foreign Relations Committees, joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss the heated questioning of DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen Tuesday where she denied hearing President Trump allegedly using a vulgarity to describe immigrants from some countries. Booker talks about why it's not about the profanity the president reportedly used but the damage done when people stand by and say nothing.
  • Dylan Farrow on Woody Allen: "Why shouldn't I want to bring him down?"
    In her first television interview, Dylan Farrow addresses the alleged sexual abuse by her adoptive father, Woody Allen. For 25 years, Farrow has insisted Allen sexually assaulted her when she was a child. In this preview of her conversation with "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King, Farrow explains why now is the time to speak out. Watch the full report Thursday, Jan. 18 on "CBS This Morning," which airs 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. ET/PT on CBS.
  • Ann Curry says "verbal sexual" harassment was pervasive at NBC
    In her first television interview since leaving NBC, Ann Curry is speaking out about the #MeToo movement. Curry, who's making a much-anticipated return to TV with her new PBS show, "We'll Meet Again," was with NBC's "Today" show for 15 years. She co-anchored alongside Matt Lauer from 2011 to 2012 before a highly publicized break with the broadcast. Curry left NBC in 2015 and created her own production company. Curry joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why she's "not surprised" by the sexual misconduct allegations against Lauer and how she's moved on from a period in her life that "hurt like hell."
  • New Hampshire man claims hospital exposed him to HIV
    Says doctor told him it happened with re-used needle; also, man's son says he pricked himself with a needle from his father
  • Psychiatric hospital locked down after crackdown on "porn epidemic"
    Coalinga State Hospital patients protest over a crackdown on devices, like flash drives, that officials say are often used to smuggle child pornography
  • White House doctor deems Trump in "excellent" health
    President Trump's White House doctor says the president is in great shape, physically and mentally. Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson says the president scored 100 percent on a standard test of his cognitive ability, but he does need to lose weight. Major Garrett reports.
  • Former CIA officer suspected of leaking classified info to China
    A former CIA officer suspected of possibly giving secrets to China was charged Wednesday with retaining classified information. Jerry Chun Shing Lee, a 53-year-old resident of Hong Kong and a naturalized U.S. citizen, is accused of unlawfully having notebooks containing national defense information, including names of covert CIA assets. Jeff Pegues reports.
  • 13 siblings undergoing medical tests after escaping captivity
    Doctors say 13 siblings rescued from their California home are getting extensive medical tests. They're described as malnourished but in stable condition. Police say they lived in squalid conditions. David Begnaud reports.
  • Flu outbreak is peaking, CDC says
    Nico Mallozzi, a 10-year-old boy, is among the latest deaths in the ongoing flu outbreak. According to the CDC, widespread flu activity is now reported in every state except Hawaii. Dr. Tara Narula reports.
  • From Gulf Coast to Maine, winter storm brings ice and snow
    More than 100 million Americans from Texas to New England are waking up to dangerous ice and bitter cold. States of emergency are in effect in parts of the South, and schools are closed in more than 10 states. DeMarco Morgan reports from Haddam, Connecticut.
  • Mom wants to know who pulled teen daughter from fiery crash
    A mother is taking to social media to find the people who saved her daughter’s life after a fiery crash
  • Wintry mess bringing danger to much of South and beyond
    Snow, sleet, freezing rain, bitter cold adding up to icy roads, canceled flights and classes, states of emergency
  • Ex-CIA officer arrested in N.Y.; did he help China stop U.S. spy ops?
    Jerry Chun Shing Lee is charged with illegally retaining classified records, including names and phone numbers of covert CIA operators
  • 9 face hazing charges in death of FSU frat pledge
    Andrew Coffey drank bottle of bourbon at party, died of alcohol poisoning, authorities say

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