President Trump turned his ire to the World Health Organization, threatening to pull U.S. funding after blaming the organization for the coronavirus' global spread. While the organization labeled the virus a global health emergency in January, Mr. Trump claims he was not aware of memos written by one of his advisers in late January into February that warned of a full blown pandemic. Ben Tracy is at the White House where Mr. Trump's task force is working to mitigate the worst of the pandemic's effects.
In this episode of "Intelligence Matters," Agus, USC Medical School professor and CBS News contributor, discusses what scientists have learned about the origins, spread, transmissibility and lethality of COVID-19.
In an exclusive interview with CBS News' Kate Smith, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said he expects the state's temporary ban on abortion amid the coronavirus outbreak to head to the Supreme Court. For more than two weeks, abortion services have been suspended in the state.
Wait times at polling places were as long as two hours Tuesday in Wisconsin, where the governor's bid to delay the state's primaries was denied in a last-minute court decision. It was the first major election to be held under a stay-at-home order. Ed O'Keefe reports.