Episode Guide

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Episode Guide

The Dish: Erba

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Feb 17, 2024
Mo Alkassar and Niven Patel are best friends who are bringing international flavors to South Florida, one restaurant at a time. The two have opened multiple restaurants together, each with its own focus, and their strong partnership has helped delight diners across the region. Jeff Glor has more.

The cheesemaker handcrafting cheddar

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Feb 17, 2024
Cheddar cheese is one of the most popular cheeses in the world, and America's favorite, with millions of tons of it produced in dozens of varieties every year. However, just one cheesemaker still handcrafts the cheese in the place of its birth. Ramy Inocencio has more.

Martin J. Siegel on book "Judgment and Mercy"

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Feb 17, 2024
Ethel and Julius Rosenberg's trial for espionage captured the nation's attention in 1951. The judge in the case, Irving Robert Kaufman, sentenced the couple to death in an infamous decision. Now, Martin J. Siegel is taking a look at Kaufman's life and reexamining his legacy. Michelle Miller has more.

Crawfish shortage impacts Louisiana's economy

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Feb 17, 2024
Crawfish are a Southern delicacy that are always in high demand - but this year, they're in short supply. The crustaceans are hard to find right now due to a devastating drought in the region, and that's hurting a lot of wallets in Louisiana. Janet Shamlian reports.

Where to get the latest CBS Mornings Deals

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Feb 17, 2024
On this edition of CBS Mornings Deals, lifestyle expert Elizabeth Werner shows us items that might just become essentials in your everyday life. Visit cbsdeals.com to take advantage of these exclusive deals today. CBS earns commissions on purchases made through cbsdeals.com.

1 year after East Palestine train derailment

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Feb 17, 2024
President Biden visited East Palestine, Ohio to promise accountability for the community, which saw a train of chemicals derail there one year ago. The president blamed the wreck on corporate greed, calling it preventable, but protestors criticized his response. Meanwhile, residents say they are still worried about health effects one year after the chemical spill. Roxana Saberi has more.

Israel announces arrests after hospital raid

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Feb 17, 2024
Israeli troops say they have arrested more than 100 terror suspects after a raid at one of Gaza's largest hospitals. Israel also says that troops found medications with names of hostages, but none of the 130 Israeli hostages were found. Holly Williams has more from the West Bank.

Biden on reported death of Alexey Navalny

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Feb 17, 2024
There's growing global outcry over the reported death of Alexey Navalny, Russian president Vladimir Putin's most vocal critic. Meanwhile, the Ukrainian army withdrew from the eastern city of Avdiivka after four months of bloody battles. Natalie Brand has more from the White House.

Penalty for Donald Trump after fraud trial

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Feb 17, 2024
Former president Donald Trump is facing a massive civil penalty after a New York judge found he had engaged in a scheme to fraudulently inflate his wealth to banks and other lenders. Trump has been ordered to pay nearly $355 million, and has been banned from running a business in New York state for three years. His companies and two eldest sons also face penalties. Astrid Martinez has more.

Super Bowl safety

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Feb 10, 2024
All eyes are on Las Vegas this weekend as the Super Bowl gets underway at the city's Allegiant Stadium. Security has been increased as the city prepares to host about half a million people. CBS News' Kris Van Cleave reports on the efforts to keep the big game safe.

Future Islands perform "The Fight"

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Feb 10, 2024
For nearly two decades, the Baltimore-based Future Islands have wowed audiences around the world with their heartfelt anthems and bold live performances. The group just released their seventh album and announced a new tour, bringing their music to a whole new audience. From their new album "People Who Aren't There Anymore," here is Future Islands with "The Fight."

Future Islands perform "King of Sweden"

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Feb 10, 2024
For nearly two decades, the Baltimore-based Future Islands have wowed audiences around the world with their heartfelt anthems and bold live performances. The group just released their seventh album and announced a new tour, bringing their music to a whole new audience. From their new album "People Who Aren't There Anymore," here is Future Islands with "King of Sweden."

Future Islands perform "The Tower"

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Feb 10, 2024
For nearly two decades, the Baltimore-based Future Islands have wowed audiences around the world with their heartfelt anthems and bold live performances. The group just released their seventh album and announced a new tour, bringing their music to a whole new audience. From their new album "People Who Aren't There Anymore," here is Future Islands with "The Tower."

The Dish: Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger

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Feb 10, 2024
On a special edition of The Dish, meet Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger, the dynamic duo behind Border Grill. Their partnership has made the women, sometimes known as "Too Hot Tamales," pioneers in the kitchen and on television. CBS News' Dana Jacobson visited Border Grill to talk to Milliken and Feniger about their decades-long partnership and what they hope comes next.