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Husband after Pete Buttigieg first shared presidential aspirations: "For real?"South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s decision to run for president was a surprise when he first mentioned it to his husband. The Afghanistan War veteran would be the first openly gay nominee of a major presidential party. He would also be the youngest person ever to become president. John Dickerson spoke with Buttigieg and his husband, Chasten, about the campaign in an interview for "CBS Sunday Morning." Watch the full interview Sunday, April 21.
Mueller report: Rep. Nadler says he sees "considerable evidence" of obstructionDemocrats in Congress are debating how to pick up Robert Mueller's Russia investigation where he left off. Democratic Rep. Jerrold Nadler, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his plans to subpoena the full Mueller report and why he doesn't think Attorney General William Barr is doing his job properly.
Columbine shooting survivor's message of hope: "It will get better"April 20 marks 20 years since the tragedy at Columbine High School. As we look back, we remember the survivors, who still carry the trauma with them every day. We first met Josh Lapp 20 years ago in an interview with "48 Hours." Now Lapp tells "CBS Sunday Morning" correspondent Lee Cowan how he's managed to move forward with his life.
Amid measles outbreak, NYC families push back on vaccination violation finesHealth officials fear Americans traveling for this weekend's religious holidays could worsen the growing measles outbreak. There are at least 555 confirmed cases in 20 states, according to the CDC, and most are said to affect school-age kids. Mola Lenghi reports.
Are hailstorms getting worse? Why 2019 could see record damageWhile baseball-sized hail stones are common, the biggest this year was the size of a grapefruit and weighed more than half a pound
Amid measles outbreak, anti-vax mom defends "medical freedom"There are at least 555 confirmed cases in 20 states, according to the CDC