November 28th @ 8:46 PM GMT
CBS News The president has a 50 percent approval rating heading into his final months in office, a new poll found Monday (Politics)
November 28th @ 8:28 PM GMT
CBS News A new National Geographic series marries documentary interviews about space exploration with a fictionalized account of a manned mission to Mars in 2033 (Entertainment)
November 28th @ 8:03 PM GMT
CBS News National Geographic's ''Mars'' miniseries is part documentary and part science fiction. It features interviews with people working on making travel to Mars a reality. Musician and actress Jihae, who plays a set of twins in the series, and former NASA astronaut John Grunsfeld join ''CBS This Morning'' to discuss the series. (Entertainment)
November 28th @ 7:49 PM GMT
CBS News Seat belts are meant to protect us in car crashes, but for some drivers, they can be harmful. Drivers 85 years and older are nine times more likely per mile driven to be hurt in a crash. Chest injuries are most common and they're linked to the seat belt. Only on ''CBS This Morning,'' Kris Van Cleave takes a look at how researchers are learning why one-sized seat belts don't fit all. (U.S. News)
November 28th @ 7:48 PM GMT
CBS News Dylann Roof told by judge his decision to act as his own lead attorney is ''unwise,'' but the alleged shooter presses ahead in court (U.S. News)
November 28th @ 7:39 PM GMT
CBS News Terrorists in Belgium killed 32 people in March through attacks at Brussels Airport and a train station. Former professional basketball player Sebastien Bellin was among the wounded at the airport. He was on his way home to his wife and two young daughters in Michigan. CBS News' Vladimir Duthiers followed Bellin's story over the past eight months. Bellin joins ''CBS This Morning'' to discuss how he's moving on in his recovery journey. (U.S. News)
November 28th @ 7:32 PM GMT
CBS News Disneys South Pacific animated tale Moana fell short of a Frozen-sized debut but nevertheless dominated the Thanksgiving box office (Entertainment)
November 28th @ 7:31 PM GMT
CBS News People are gathering across Cuba to remember former dictator Fidel Castro who died on Friday. CBS News spoke with the Cuban leader on several occasions during his time in power. When Castro appeared on ''Face the Nation'' in 1959, 200 armed men joined him in the Havana studio. Charlie Rose joins ''CBS This Morning'' from Havana to discuss his impression of Castro and the future of Cuba. (U.S. News)
November 28th @ 7:30 PM GMT
Yahoo! Delta Air Lines is banning for life a passenger who rudely professed his support for Republican President-elect Donald Trump and insulted those who didn't on a flight to Pennsylvania. (U.S. News)
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