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NARAL Pro-Choice America president Ilyse Hogue join CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss her new book about the origins of the anti-abortion movement in the U.S.
It's been five days since the start of baseball season, and already the MLB has been forced to cancel multiple games after more than a dozen Miami Marlins players and coaches tested positive for coronavirus. Philadelphia Inquirer sports reporter Damichael Cole joins CBSN to discuss how the impact is being felt across the world of sports.
Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the GOP proposal for a new stimulus package and what it will take to make a deal.
The Moderna coronavirus vaccine has officially entered the final stage before approval. Also, Republicans unveiled another COVID-19 relief bill. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
Senate Republicans on Monday proposed a coronavirus relief plan that would significantly reduce the $600 weekly jobless benefit for Americans, a move that Democrats oppose. Meanwhile, President Trump's national security adviser, Robert O'Brien, became the highest-ranking administration official to test positive for COVID-19. Paula Reid reports.
More chaos on the streets of Portland as peaceful protests turn violent overnight as federal agents unleash a massive response. President Trump is preparing to send at least 100 agents to Portland and other cities. Carter Evans has the latest.
Republicans are unveiling a proposal to extend benefits for Americans, but in a scaled back fashion. A final agreement with Democrats could be weeks away, and time is running out for millions of unemployed workers. Nancy Cordes has the latest.
The Moderna vaccine phase three trial is underway with 30,000 people taking part. Half will receive the vaccine and the rest will get a placebo. Meg Oliver has the details.
Civil rights icon and Congressman John Lewis is the first African American lawmaker to lie in state at the U.S. Capitol building. His longtime friend, Representative Jim Clyburn of South Carolina, joined CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss Lewis' legacy.
Senate Republicans are expected to release details of their economic relief proposal after negotiating with the White House. The package includes some items Democrats also agree on, but there are still several sticking points. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid joins CBSN with the latest.
In "CBS This Morning's" continuing Bill of the Month partnership with Kaiser Health News and NPR, Gayle King examines one woman's claim that she received a surprise out-of-network bill for a knee surgery performed by an in-network doctor. Dr. Elisabeth Rosenthal, editor-in-chief of Kaiser Health News, discusses why people are getting these surprise bills and what patients need to know to avoid them.
The largest and final phase of a clinical trial to test Moderna's coronavirus vaccine in the U.S. has officially begun, as daily case numbers continue to rise in dozens of states. CBS News' Laura Podesta reports, and Dr. Ron Elfenbein joined CBSN to discuss the latest developments.
2020 marks the centenary of the Broadway debut of the first professional collaboration by one of musical theater's most legendary duos, Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. To honor their songwriting legacy, Broadway stars Jelani Alladin ("Frozen," "Hercules") and Christiani Pitts ("King Kong," "A Bronx Tale"), along with dancer Richard Riaz Yoder ("Hello, Dolly!," "Shuffle Along"), present a modern take on the Rodgers & Hart standard "The Lady Is a Tramp," recorded especially for the "Sunday Morning" audience. Music direction and arrangements by drummer Bryan Carter, who performs alongside bassist Russell Hall.
After shutting down due to the coronavirus pandemic, the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. reopened to the public for the first time in 19 weeks. Some indoor exhibits still remain closed for health and safety reasons. Chip Reid reports.
Memorial service held for John Lewis in Alabama; National Zoo reopens for the first time in 19 weeks
In the Gulf of Mexico, Hurricane Hanna became the first hurricane of the 2020 season to form in the Atlantic. The storm was upgraded to hurricane status early on Saturday morning while approaching landfall in Southern Texas. It is just one of three storms expected to make landfall in the U.S. this weekend. CBS News meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Berardelli has the latest.
Even during the coronavirus pandemic, there is no shortage of visitors coming to Lake Tahoe for its clear, blue waters. But scientists warn that climate change and pollution are damaging the lake. Anna Werner reports.
The country is honoring the life of civil rights hero and Congressman John Lewis with a six-day memorial tour. That starts in Troy, Alabama, where he grew up, and in Selma, where he led the 1965 Voting Rights March across the Edmund Pettus Bridge. "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-host Michelle Miller and Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence of Michigan joined CBSN to relay what his legacy means and how his fight for voting rights will continue.
Civil rights icon Congressman John Lewis died last week at age of 80. Lewis was a leader of the freedom riders, and a protege of Martin Luther King Junior. He often faced arrest and violence during his fight against racial segregation. Lewis's body left Atlanta Saturday morning, and is now on its way to Alabama. Michelle Miller reports from Selma.
Tropical Storm Hanna is barreling towards southern Texas, where it will likely make landfall as a hurricane Saturday afternoon or early evening. Hanna could bring a life-threatening storm surge and flash-flooding to the region.
Lawmakers left Washington on Friday before finalizing a deal that would renew unemployment benefits for millions of Americans forced out of work due to the pandemic. Paula Reid reports on the relief bill's status from New Jersey, where President Trump is spending the weekend at his golf club.
Despite pleas from protesters in Portland, federal agents are staying put, firing tear gas and physically clashing with demonstrators overnight. City and state leaders, including the mayor who was tear-gassed himself, are demanding they leave. Weijia Jiang reports.
The future is uncertain for more than 12 million households as a moratorium on evictions from federally-assisted properties expires. Adriana Diaz reports.
This weekend, millions of Americans will lose the extra $600 unemployment benefit they've been getting since the early days of the pandemic. The White House and Senate Republicans still haven't come up with a plan to extend those benefits. Nancy Cordes reports.
Talks between Senate Republicans and the White House over another coronavirus stimulus continued this week, as Democrats demand an extension to the $600 per week unemployment benefit bonus. Congressman Tom Reed, a Republican from New York, joined CBSN to explain what he'd like to see in the next round of emergency funds.
Brooklyn-based photographer Andre D. Wagner reflects on the current moment in America in this original essay, "On Being a Black Photographer."
The National Institutes of Health is the nation's medical research agency and next week it will launch an unprecedented effort to help find a cure for COVID. NIH director Francis Collins joins "CBS Evening News" with more on "Operation Warp Speed," which aims to deliver 300 million doses of a coronavirus vaccine by January 2021.
The FDA warns 75 brands of hand sanitizer may be making people sick, or even causing death if ingested. Kris Van Cleave reports.
About 30 million Americans are now relying on unemployment checks as Congress is working to pass a new stimulus package before extended unemployment benefits end this month. This comes as unemployment claims continue to rise. Nancy Cordes reports.
China has launched an unmanned spacecraft on a seven-month journey to Mars. It is carrying a rover to explore the red planet. CBSN's Tanya Rivero has more.
A man named Richard Stewart is working to preserve and display history at a small museum in one of America's oldest Black communities, Pocahontas Island in Virginia. CBS News' Skyler Henry joins CBSN to discuss his visit there and why Stewart thinks symbols of hate are an important part of that collection.
Andrew Mlangeni, one of the preeminent leaders of the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa, has died at the age of 95. He was the last surviving member of the group of activists tried and sentenced alongside Nelson Mandela in 1964. CBS News foreign correspondent Debora Patta reports from Johannesburg.
Senate Republicans and the Trump administration have reached a tentative deal on a new stimulus package aimed to combat the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. CBS News political reporter Grace Segers joined CBSN with the latest.
The MLB is returning in a shortened season due to the coronavirus. Ed O'Keefe reports.
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian West made a public plea for compassion on behalf of her husband Kanye West. This comes after a public outburst over the weekend at a presidential rally in South Carolina. Jericka Duncan reports.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation focuses on public health and has committed more than $350 million for the development of vaccines, diagnostics and therapeutics in the fight against the coronavirus. Bill Gates joined "CBS Evening News" with more on the U.S.' pandemic response and the progress of finding a vaccine.
A hero was welcomed home in Michigan this week. Phillip Blanks saved a young child's life a few weeks ago during a building fire. Now, many lives are about to be changed, in his name. Janet Shamlian shares his story.
Former Vice President Joe Biden and former President Barack Obama met face to face for the first time in months to release a campaign video. They take turns hitting President Trump over his response to the coronavirus pandemic. Ed O'Keefe reports.
Twitter is removing thousands of accounts linked to QAnon, a conspiracy theory group that has been spreading disinformation and harassing people online. QAnon followers, often seen at Trump rallies, believe in conspiracy theories about global child sex trafficking and so-called Deep State efforts to take down the president. They recently organized to harass actress and model Chrissy Teigen after linking her, without evidence, to Jeffrey Epstein.
A judge in Texas issued a stay-at-home order in his county even though Governor Greg Abbott says it's not enforceable. This comes as cases climb to critical levels in that state and in California, where the coronavirus is disproportionately affecting the Latino communities. Mireya Villarreal reports.
First Deputy Superintendent Eric Carter of the Chicago Police Department gave an update on a shooting near a funeral home Tuesday night in the city's South Side. Watch his remarks here.
President Trump on Tuesday held the first White House Coronavirus Task Force briefing since April. He warned that the pandemic will get worse in the U.S. before it gets better. Meanwhile the administration is working with congress on a relief bill to tackle the economic impact. Skyler Henry reports from the White House.
As coronavirus cases continue to surge throughout the U.S., President Trump is following through on a promise to bring back the coronavirus task force briefings, citing good ratings. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss.
Joe Biden revealed more of his plan to tackle economic inequality at a campaign event in Wilmington, Delaware. While answering questions from reporters, Biden said he is the "antithesis" of President Trump. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe joins Elaine Quijano for a closer look at his campaign.
Trump under fire for promoting false COVID-19 claims on Twitter; Lieutenant General Jody Daniels becomes the Army Reserve's first female chief
Exactly 30 years ago, President George H.W. Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act into law. Dr. Feranmi Okanlami, an assistant professor of family medicine, physical medicine and rehabilitation at the University of Michigan, joins CBSN's Laura Podesta to talk about the history of the landmark law and why there is still work to be done.
Speaking from the U.S. Capitol, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Congress will stay in session until the next coronavirus aid bill is passed. "We can't go home without it," she said."
Hurricane Hanna made landfall in South Texas on Saturday, the first hurricane to make landfall in 2020. Meanwhile, Hurricane Douglas in the Pacific is still a threat to Hawaii, even though it is not expected to make direct landfall. Jeff Berardelli has the forecast.
The federal jobless benefits Congress approved in April -- an extra $600 per person each week-- are about to expire as COVID-19 cases surge throughout the country. Details of a followup bill have yet to be worked out, but Congress did not meet on Saturday, and the president spent the afternoon golfing. Paula Reid reports.
Ellen Snortland about her book Beauty Bites Beast http://www.snortla nd.com/EllensBio.html
Interview with Ellen Snortland-a writer/ producer/ director/ humorist/ actor, dormant lawyer, women's and children's self-defense advocate, feminist-homemaker, Snortland has the unique ability to speak and write with authority on subjects ranging from knitting and cooking, to S.W.A.T. team methods of close-quarter hand-to-hand combat to the opportunities and obstacles of the professional American woman. http://www.snortland.com/EllensBio.html
Donna Visocky of BelaSparks Productions about Spirit Fest 2010 http://www.bellaspark.com
Interview with Donna Visocky, founder of BellaSpark Productions. The members of BellaSpark Productions have over 20 years experience in non-profit work, business management and event planning and are committed to offering the very best in motivational workshops, seminars and events. According to Donna, “I have trained my entire life for this role. The events BellaSpark Productions bring to life will be the best thing I have ever done.” http://www.bellaspark.com
Hanna R Goodman discovering your writer's voice http://www.hannahrgoodman. com/
Interview with Hannah R. Goodman, M.Ed, she is the author of YA novel, My Sister’s Wedding, which won the first place award for The Writer’s Digest International Self-Publishing Contest, 2004, children’s book division. She published the follow-up, My Summer Vacation, in May, 2006, which went on to win a bronze IPPY in 2007. A former high school English teacher, she now owns her own consulting company and teaches her home-grown writing course Releasing The Writer Within . Through her company, The Write Touch, she works as a tutor and teacher for student of all ages and as a freelance editor/writer for: fiction and nonfiction manuscripts, web site content, and marketing materials for all types of businesses. She also works as a career and college coach, helping people with their resumes and college application essays. Additionally, she is a writing coach and consultant to authors and would-be authors. In between running her own business, she has written four other novels about Maddie and, she hopes to publish them shortly. http://www.hannahrgoodman.com/
Betsy Wiersma founder of Camp Experience for woman www.campexperience.com
Guest Host Kari Blair interviews Betsy Wiersma the creator of CampExperience™, 2008 will be the third annual event. Betsy is an author, speaker and special event marketer who specializes in WOW! She is a social entrepreneur who invented Camp to bring together amazing women and support homeless women and children. Read all about Betsy at www.BetsyWiersma.com or www.campexperience.com
Michael Moore-tips and tricks about your makeup routine http://www.simply-moore.co m/