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As the coronavirus pandemic continues, people across the U.S. are losing loved ones to the illness. The victims include longtime White House butler Wilson Roosevelt Jerman, owner of Brooklyn’s Grand Prospect Hall Michael Halkias, percussionist Lysa Dawn Robinson, high school student Yasmin Peña and Pastor Kendall Rene Pierre, Sr. Anthony Mason profiles them in the “CBS This Morning” series Lives to Remember.
Angry demonstrations flared over the death of George Floyd, a handcuffed black man who pleaded for air as a white police officer kneeled on his neck.
Three years after "I Have a Dream" and the March on Washington, Dr. King talked with Mike Wallace about divisions in the Civil Rights movement.
Floyd's death led to outrage, looting and protests in the Twin Cities.
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President Donald Trump signed an executive order targeting social media platforms' legal protections. The move came after Twitter started labeling his tweets with fact-checks, and on Friday it flagging a Trump tweet for "glorifying violence." Law professor and CBSN legal analyst Rebecca Roiphe joins Vlad Duthiers and Anne-Marie Green to discuss the implications.
One of Jeffrey Epstein's accusers, Sarah Ransome, says Epstein raped her on his private Caribbean island. She says Epstein had help from two women who were close to him. Ransome, who spoke with "CBS This Morning" co-host Anthony Mason, is featured in the Netflix documentary series "Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich."
His tough talk in a tweet on the Minneapolis unrest was quickly rebuked. So was one on Minneapolis' mayor.
A CNN reporting team on the ground in Minneapolis was arrested on live television while covering the protests.
NASA and SpaceX will make a second attempt to send two American astronauts to the International Space Station on Saturday afternoon. Senior science reporter at The Verge Loren Grush joined CBSN to discuss.
Friday was the fourth day of protests and unrest in Minneapolis as demonstrators continue to call for charges against the police officer who pinned down George Floyd, resulting in his death. CBS News digital journalist Brandi Kellam joined CBSN with the latest.
A study in New Jersey finding the best plasma donors in hopes of making therapy more effective. 60 Minutes reports, Sunday.
Activists continue to demand justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery with protests across the country. And Joe Biden has been urged to choose a black woman for vice president. CBS News political contributor Antjuan Seawright joined CBSN to discuss those developments and how the protests are personally weighing on him.
Fires, looting and violence stemmed from outrage over the death of George Floyd
Watch live as two NASA astronauts​ lift off aboard a SpaceX Crew Dragon, ushering in a new era for the U.S. space program.
More kids hospitalized in NYC with condition that could be linked to coronavirus; Woman gives birth to twins while diagnosed with COVID-19
Protests have erupted in Minneapolis after the death of an unarmed black man in police custody.
Minnesota Timberwolves assistant coach Kevin Burleson has strong ties to Minneapolis. He joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how George Floyd's death is impacting the community.
The briefing comes as many local leaders in upstate New York regions are expressing frustration because Cuomo delayed Phase 2 reopening.
The doctor leading the study says, "It looks like about 20% of people have really, really an extraordinarily good immune response" to COVID-19. 60 Minutes reports, Sunday.
Dr. Bob Lahita joined CBSN to discuss the spike in COVID-19 cases in Georgia and the new CDC guidelines for American offices as the U.S. looks to get people back to work.
National Guard activated in Minneapolis after unrest; Veteran's death highlights pandemic's effect on mental health
"I'm a young black man, doing all that I can to stand...I just want to live," gospel singer Keedron Bryant sings.
Cruz alleges the company is violating U.S. sanctions against Iran by allowing Iranian leaders to have social media accounts.
Record-busting drop in consumer spending last month in the U.S. is equivalent to the yearly economic output of Russia.
"They dragged this poor little boy all the way from China, making him start all over again, then giving up on him," one Twitter user said.
Floyd, 46, died after a police officer kept his knee on his neck​ for several minutes while he cried out that he couldn't breathe.
Unrest flared up again overnight in Minneapolis over the death of George Floyd. A local police precinct was set on fire and the National Guard has been called in. CBS News chief justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues joins CBSN from the scene with the latest developments.
Twitter has flagged a tweet from President Trump about the Minneapolis protests. The company said the post violated its policies against "glorifying violence." CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid joined CBSN to discuss the latest.
As cities reopen and social distancing becomes a necessary practice, designers are reevaluating the spaces where we live, work and gather. But it isn't the first time disease has transformed our built environments. Sam Cochran, a features director at Architectural Digest, joined CBSN to discuss what we've learned from the past, and what may be to come.
A look at the features for this week's broadcast of the #1 Sunday morning news program
The New York City institution voted "Best Bar In The World" offers "Sunday Morning" viewers several recipes for your virtual cocktail hour
New federal health guidelines could mean the end of everything from handshakes to employee break rooms.
Singer-songwriters Jon Bon Jovi, Jewel talk with "CBS Sunday Morning" about opportunities for making music during an unsettling time
Prosecutors say serial killer Michael Gargiulo lived near his victims and spied on them.
Forensic psychologist Kris Mohandie explains what drives serial killers like Michael Gargiulo.
Video out of Minneapolis Friday morning showed police in the city holding a line as unrest continued for a fourth day over the death of George Floyd. Watch this CBSN Minnesota report live from the scene.
The president and attorney general said the administration is working on legislation, too.
President Trump has threatened to move the convention if North Carolina does not lift restrictions that could limit attendance.
A 12-year-old gospel singer named Keedron Bryant posted an original song about the heartbreaking realities of being a young black man. In the wake of George Foyd's death, the boy's song has become a rallying cry. "Just singing what’s on my heart...hope this blesses someone," Bryant wrote about the song on Instagram.
Mayor Jacob Frey held back tears as he called for calm in the wake of violent protests over George Floyd's police death.
The third precinct is in smoldering remains after protesters descended on the building, fanning flames and breaking windows.
Floyd family attorney Ben Crump joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss George Floyd's death and possible charges for the four officers involved. He also weighs in on protests and riots in Minneapolis and across the nation.
Married actors Jerry O'Connell and Rebecca Romijn host "Haircut Night in America," a one-hour CBS primetime special. Joining the couple are top hairstylists who will guide celebrities and frontline health care workers and offer tips on achieving top-notch DIY hairdos. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
With the Scripps National Spelling Bee canceled due to COVID-19, two teenagers stepped in to help. The siblings created a Zoom spelling bee, and hundreds of kids signed up to compete. Janet Shamlian reports.
The next attempt to launch will be Saturday afternoon, after weather conditions forced a delay.
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison discusses the death of George Floyd following his arrest by Minneapolis police, and the third night of protests in the city.
The Minnesota National Guard was activated and sent 500 soldiers to the Minneapolis twin city of St. Paul and surrounding communities to help control the situation.
Senior Producer, CNET embedded at CBS News

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