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Former Secretary of State John Kerry says climate change is a "life and death" issue
04/22/2019 4:17 PM
As part of our Earth Matters series on this Earth Day, "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell speaks with former Secretary of State John Kerry in our Toyota Green Room. As secretary of state under President Barack Obama, Kerry was instrumental in the international Paris climate agreement, which was signed in 2016.
Researchers examining seafloor in Antarctica expedition
04/22/2019 2:49 PM
In our Earth Matters coverage, we go to Antarctica's "Iceberg Alley" aboard a one-of-a-kind scientific drilling vessel. Researchers from around the world on the JOIDES Resolution are investigating the climate history of Antarctica. We also take you to the U.S. outpost at Palmer Station where the scientific support team is helping American researchers during the Antarctic winter.
South Africa's energy revolution: Young generation uses solar energy to fight blackouts
04/22/2019 2:49 PM
A major energy crisis is affecting millions of people's livelihoods in South Africa. Widespread blackouts cost the country's economy up to $284 million every day. But the energy shortages are also spurring a new generation of entrepreneurs, creating a $19 billion solar power industry. Debora Patta reports from just outside Cape Town as part of our Earth Matters coverage.
Climate change threatening to dry up the Rio Grande River, a vital water supply
04/22/2019 2:46 PM
For nearly 2,000 miles, the Rio Grande River winds it way from the Rocky Mountains down to the Gulf of Mexico. It provides drinking water and irrigation for more than six million people. But climate change is threatening that vital flow. Michelle Miller reports as part of our Earth Matters coverage.
Three things you can do to help the environment
04/22/2019 2:36 PM
In our Earth Matters coverage, we take you around the world to see how all seven continents are dealing with major issues affecting our planet. CBS News climate and weather contributor Jeff Berardelli joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what you can do to help.
Earth Matters: Devices working around-the-clock to combat ocean pollution
04/22/2019 1:47 PM
Researchers are deploying new technologies to filter plastics and other debris that is threatening the viability of our oceans
Earth Matters: Driving in London shows effects of climate change
04/22/2019 1:07 PM
Because of environmental concerns, the drive has been getting more expensive
Are Prince Harry and Meghan Markle moving to Africa?
04/22/2019 11:58 AM
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have settled into their new home, Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, awaiting the birth of their first child. But could they be packing their bags again soon? The Sunday Times in London reports the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could move to Africa. Imtiaz Tyab reports,.
Sri Lanka eyes local group of Muslim radicals in Easter attacks
04/22/2019 11:50 AM
After a series of deadly terror attacks on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka, there was a new explosion in the capital of Colombo Monday. Sri Lanka's government says the series of suicide bombings Sunday at churches and luxury hotels were carried out by a local group of Muslim radicals. The bombings killed at least 290 people and wounded hundreds. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Colombo.
Behind the organization of Sri Lanka Easter bombings
04/22/2019 11:49 AM
John Miller, NYPD?s deputy police commissioner of intelligence and counterterrorism and former CBS News senior correspondent, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the Sri Lanka bombings that killed at least 290 people on Easter Sunday.
Man devotes life to rescuing hundreds of dogs
04/22/2019 11:14 AM
There was no way he could have known a trip to the dump would change his life -- and those of hundreds of dogs.
Catholics celebrate Easter Sunday Mass at Saint Eustache church in Paris
04/21/2019 11:37 PM
In Paris, where Notre Dame burned this week, faithful congregants celebrated Easter. For many, it was bittersweet because they couldn't attend services at the famed cathedral. The rector says it may not reopen for least five years, so Parisioners went to Saint Eustache church instead. Roxana Saberi reports.
The Missing People Choir: Raising their voices
04/21/2019 2:30 PM
They call themselves the Missing People Choir ? 30 or so voices from every walk of life, most of whom had never sung a day in their lives. But nearly every member has endured the anguish of a missing loved one ? children mostly. Lee Cowan attended a concert at St. Martin in the Fields in London, and talked to members about the healing, and hope, their music has brought.
BTS, the Korean pop sensation
04/21/2019 2:30 PM
One of the most popular Korean pop groups in the world is the boy band known as BTS (for "Beyond the Scene") ? the first Korean act to sell out a U.S. stadium; the first K-Pop group to present at the Grammy Awards; and the first Korean pop band to be featured on Time Magazine's Most Influential List. Seth Doane interviews the group's members ? seven young men between the ages of 21 and 26 who consider themselves family, who've trained, composed music and grown up together, and who all live in the same house ? and goes behind the scenes in a Seoul rehearsal studio.
Notre Dame Cathedral: An appreciation
04/21/2019 2:14 PM
It had withstood a war, a revolution and neglect, as well as the impact of 30,000-40,000 tourists a day. But there was so much more than stone to Notre Dame Cathedral. David Turecamo reports on the heritage of the Paris landmark that was damaged by fire this week, and about the life within its walls.

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