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NFL player and Atlanta Falcons tight end Hayden Hurst is one of the more than 50 million Americans living with a mental illness. Hurst is also talking openly about his own battles with depression and suicide, and putting his name behind a foundation hoping to encourage others to get help and stop the stigma around mental illness. Warning: This piece includes mention of suicide and may be difficult for some to hear.
As part of the Emmy-nominated series “Note To Self,” businesswoman, philanthropist and high-profile political wife Cindy McCain offers advice to her adolescent self. She reflects on motherhood, addiction and a lifetime spent alongside war hero, Arizona Senator and two-time presidential candidate John McCain
“CBS This Morning” revisits a personal message from now President-elect Joe Biden. In 2016, he reflected on accomplishing some of his dreams and coping with devastating loss for the “CBS This Morning” series Note to Self.
Cyntoia Brown made headlines when she was sentenced to life in prison at age 16 for killing a man who she says picked her up for sex. She was granted clemency earlier this year after spending 15 years behind bars. Now at 31 years old, she shares intimate advice for her 16-year-old self in a Note to Self.
In our series, Note to Self, we hear from tech entrepreneur Alexis Ohanian Sr. He co-founded Reddit, which is now ranked the sixth most popular website in America. Now he's investing in other entrepreneurs and companies, as co-founder of the venture capital firm, Initialized Capital. In the last couple years, he also became a first-time parent when his wife, tennis superstar Serena Williams, gave birth to their daughter, Olympia. In a letter to his childhood self, Ohanian looks back on his life.
"Top Chef" host Padma Lakshmi shares her personal journey in a letter to her five-year-old self. As a young girl, she emigrated to the U.S. from southern India. She went on to study at Clark University, earning a degree in theater arts and eventually becoming a supermodel and actor. In her note, Lakshmi opens up about the deeply personal challenges she faced from adolescence to adulthood.
Supermodel Gisele Bündchen's new book, "Lessons: My Path to a Meaningful Life," explores the highs and lows of her journey to becoming a supermodel, wife and mother. In this Note to Self, she reflects on life, love, family and a career that hasn't been as glamorous as it may appear.
Inspiring young people is a big theme of former first lady Michelle Obama's memoir, Inspiring young people is a big theme of former first lady Michelle Obama's memoir, "Becoming." It's the bestselling book of 2018. Mrs. Obama just revealed her book tour will make 21 more stops in North America and Europe in 2019. In our series, Note to Self, she advises her younger self as she leaves for college. Music in this piece was composed by Dontae Winslow & WinslowDynasty.
In our series, Note to Self, we hear from Olympian and U.S. national figure skating champion Adam Rippon. The 29-year-old tells CBS News he will no longer skate competitively.
Freed from prison after spending 15 years for murder, a former victim of sex trafficking says, "You are so much more than the worst thing that you've ever done"
Stylist Tan France is best known for his role as the fashion expert on the Netflix series, "Queer Eye." The award-winning reality program has been recognized for its celebration of diversity and acceptance in the LGBTQ community. France details his life before the show's success, in his recently released memoir titled, "Naturally Tan." As part of our series, Note To Self, France shares his own journey to acceptance.
"You'll chisel a life for yourself, out of thin air and carry on as if nothing ever happened"
The Olympian and U.S. national figure skating champion is effectively retiring from professional skating
"Keep following your heart and don't apologize for being you," she writes
"One of your classmates is a movie star, another is rumored to be a real-life princess. Meanwhile, you got dropped off by your father in the family sedan."
Last summer, Honnold became the first and only person so far to climb Yosemite's 3,000-foot El Capitan without any ropes or safety gear
In our Note to Self, rock climber Alex Honnold writes a note to his teenage self. The 33-year-old is one of the biggest names in the adventure sport. Last summer, he became the first and only person so far to climb Yosemite's El Capitan without any ropes or safety gear. His climb is the subject of a documentary called "Free Solo."
Actor Christopher Reeve, known for his role as Superman, died in 2004 nine years after he was paralyzed in a horseback riding accident. Dana Reeve died from lung cancer just a year-and-a-half later. Will Reeve, now 26, discusses overcoming such tremendous grief at a young age, pursuing a career in sports journalism and continuing his parents' work to cure paralysis. In a note to his 13-year-old self, he says there's nowhere to go but up after his lowest point.
New book features 26 notes from Emmy-nominated series, in which prominent figures write letters to their younger selves
Elvis Perkins joins this week's Saturday Sessions. Alongside bandmates that include his mother's godson and a longtime family friend, Elvis Perkins performs "Emile's Vietnam in The Sky" — a song that from his 2007 debut record "Ash Wednesday."
Elvis Perkins joins this week's Saturday Sessions. Alongside bandmates that include his mother's godson and a longtime family friend, Elvis Perkins performs "Good Friday" — a song that from his 2007 debut record "Ash Wednesday."
Elvis Perkins joins this week's Saturday Sessions. Alongside bandmates that include his mother's godson and a longtime family friend, Elvis Perkins performs "While You Were Sleeping" — a song that was one of his mother's favorites from his debut record "Ash Wednesday."
Elvis Perkins released his debut studio album "Ash Wednesday" in 2007, more than five years after the day that would affect him in deeply personal and profound ways. His mother, Berry Berenson-Perkins, was heading home aboard American Airlines Flight 11 when she died at the World Trade Center. On the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, Perkins remembers her and talks to Anthony Mason about how she helped him become a singer.
Feltman's hot dogs were the first and original hot dogs before Nathan's. Feltman’s story is not well known around most of the country, but it's legendary in Coney Island. A trio of brothers grew up hearing stories of the old Feltman’s restaurant and now, two of those brothers have brought Feltman’s back, carried by the memory of the one they lost on 9/11. Jeff Glor has the story.
Tunnel to Towers began with one runner, Stephen Siller, a valiant firefighter trying to get to the Twin Towers on 9/11 any way he could. Now, tens of thousands travel that same route every year, while others are walking an even greater distance to honor his heroic sacrifice and that of his colleagues. Dana Jacobson has their story.
The events of September 11, 2001 led to the U.S. war in Afghanistan, which came to an end last month. The campaign was part of the “War on Terror.” One decorated commander, a former head of special operations, was involved in key developments along the way. Catherine Herridge has his story.
Less than a month after 9/11, the United States invaded Afghanistan, where Al-Qaeda planned the attacks. The war lasted nearly 20 years and became America’s longest war and cost the lives of more than 2,200 American service members. The U.S. withdrew its final forces in August, leading to chaos. Charlie D'Agata reports from the Afghanistan-Pakistan border where people are desperate to flee.
The case against the five men accused of aiding the hijackers inched forward with pre-trial hearings. In the gallery were a handful of 9/11 family members. Senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge reports from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Retired New York City Fire Chief Joseph Pfeifer was the first fire chief on the scene on 9/11. Remarkably that day, he was being filmed by a documentary crew shooting a film about firefighters in Lower Manhattan. The group watched the first plane hit the World Trade Center, and the chief and the crew immediately raced to the scene. Pfeifer is telling his story of that day in a new book “Ordinary Heroes: A Memoir of 9/11." He joined “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to speak about that day.
This was also the historically best election for their party.
Beijing has long complained about U.S. "freedom of navigation" passages through the disputed waterway. Now other countries are sailing the same route.
In 16 years as Chancellor, Merkel not only influenced German society, she may have defined it. And those seeking to replace her clearly recognized a winning strategy.
The meat has long been a part of South Korean cuisine with about one million dogs believed to be eaten annually.
Thousands have been forced to evacuate from the island in the week since Cumbre Vieja first started erupting.
The heads of two regional Fed banks are resigning after watchdogs raised questions about their stock trading.
Twisters wreak havoc across America.
Two of the students, 15-year-old Alyssa Kucharski and Zavier Lewis, will be charged as adults due to the "serious nature of the charges," the office said.
Limited-edition cookies depicting creatures from the '90s-era video game are fetching jaw-dropping prices online.
Classes will take place online until at least October 3, the school said, citing a cluster of breakthrough COVID-19 cases.
Public health officials have recommended a booster shot for those 65 and older, among other groups.
His attorney said Hinckley "expresses his apologies and profound regret for his actions."
The Obama-era program currently provides deportation protection and work permits to roughly 590,000 immigrants known as "Dreamers."
IRS has distributed almost 170 million payments. But hardship remains widespread as the Delta variant spreads.
The president acknowledged deeply divided congressional Democrats are "getting down to the hard spot" in negotiations over passage of his massive social spending plan.
I have to quarantine for 10 days, I've been ordered to stay home," Burke said in an emotional video.
Actress Vanessa Lachey is starring in the new CBS primetime show "NCIS: Hawai'i" as special agent-in-charge Jane Tennant. She joins "CBS Mornings" to talk about how she felt when she learned she got the role.
"Moulin Rouge! The Musical" was the big winner in the long-delayed Tony Awards, winning 10 awards, including Best Musical. The show heralded the return of Broadway, showcasing the mandate for all audience members to be masked and vaccinated. Jamie Wax reports.
"Jagged Little Pill," the musical featuring songs and music written by Alanis Morissette, received the most nominations with 15.
A stage musical based on the life of Princess Diana was headed to New York when Broadway shut down in March 2020. "Diana" will finally open this fall, but with a twist: you can watch it first at home.
Social media platform for kids has drawn fire from parents and child advocates. Facebook still says the service is needed.
Local officials are attempting to improve the water's image. They view cutting-edge technology as key to overcoming the effects of climate change on water supplies.
Messaging platform is favored by QAnon leaders because of its light approach to moderating content, according to a report.
Measure bars companies from penalizing or firing workers for failing to meet quotas because they took restroom or meal breaks.
General James Mattis joined the Theranos board in 2013, believing its blood-testing tech would save lives of troops in battle.
Landsat 9 will replace an older satellite to monitor Earth's environment – documenting everything from crops to deforestation to sea level rise.
At least five fireballs seen over the U.S. in the same night and 80 people reported the one over North Carolina.
Ancient fossilized footprints show evidence of humans living in North America dating back to around 21,000 to 23,000 years ago.
Female vampire bats meet up with roostmates while foraging, cooperate on their hunting trips, and even chat with each other, researchers say.
On this week's "The Takeout" podcast, Dr. Anthony Fauci talks about what to expect this winter from COVID-19, vaccinations and booster shots.
According to the Arthritis Foundation, as many as 80% of people living with arthritis have trouble sleeping at night, and sometimes that can create a cycle of insomnia and pain. Dr. George Cyril, a physiatrist at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, joined "CBSN AM" to discuss how to manage arthritis and sleep.
Study of 29 countries finds that American men experienced the biggest drop in life expectancy as virus raged last year.
Millions of Americans are getting CDC-issued "vaccination record" cards. Here's what to do with them.
Researchers think the oral antiviral therapy will work better against the virus when used with an HIV drug.
I have to quarantine for 10 days, I've been ordered to stay home," Burke said in an emotional video.
Facilities are racing to protect residents while bracing for some unvaccinated workers to jump ship.
CDC director cleared booster shots for people in high-risk occupational settings, including teachers and grocery workers.
Kelly, 54, was accused by multiple witnesses of targeting, grooming and exploiting young women and men.
Lowe was a high school teammate of Jordan's in Texas, and switched his jersey to honor his friend after the 19-year-old died of a gunshot wound.
The "Van Life" vlogger was reported missing on September 11, 2021. What happened between her and her fiancé Brian Laundrie in the days leading up to her death?
One person was killed and 14 others were wounded after a gunman opened fire at a supermarket.
The reason why these galaxies died during the universe's most prolific period of star birth is still a mystery.
The "Guardian Service Dress" features a jacket with silver buttons running diagonally along one side of the front, with the wearer's name pin on the left and a light blue shirt peeking out from underneath.
The full moon closest to the autumnal equinox is known as the Harvest Moon.
The Inspiration4 crew splashed down at 7:07 p.m. ET near Cape Canaveral to close out a three-day mission.
Their fortunes start at $6.99 billion and go up — way up — from there
Twisters wreak havoc across America.
The prime suspect in the Kristin Smart disappearance is arrested almost 25 years after the college student went missing and authorities say a podcaster helped make it happen.
After a pandemic hiatus, the Met Gala returns with the theme "In America: A Lexicon of Fashion."
The bigger the tiara — or pope hat — the better! (Just ask Rihanna, Katy Perry or Sarah Jessica Parker ... )
Liz Cheney tells Lesley Stahl about running for re-election as an anti-Trump Republican in Wyoming, where her own party there has called for her resignation, and joining the House Select committee investigating the January 6 Capitol riot.
A federal jury convicted singer R. Kelly on federal racketeering and sex-trafficking charges, finding him guilty on all counts. Kelly denied the allegations and chose not to testify in his own defense. CBS News correspondent Jericka Duncan joined CBSN from outside the federal courthouse in Brooklyn, New York, with the breaking news.
Sharyn Alfonsi talks to Alexey Molchanov about reaching the top of his sport by diving hundreds of feet into the ocean with just one deep breath.
CBS news foreign correspondent Chris Liversay reports the race to succeed Angela Merkel and her legacy as Germany's leader for 16 years. Then, Lilla Balint, an assistant professor of German in the Department of German at University of California, Berkeley joins Tanya Rivero on CBSN to discuss how a new government could shake up politics in Germany and across Europe.
Bill Whitaker reports on the largest helicopter to ever fight fires at night, now being used in California as the state faces one of its most intense fire years ever.