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Author Elin Hilderbrand on new book "28 Summers"

Added: 13.07.2020 15:01 | 0 views | 0 comments

Elin Hilderbrand, known as the queen of the summer beach read, talks about writing her new book, "28 Summers," on "CBS This Morning."

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Seth Doane discusses "60 in 6" report about unprecedented coronavirus testing in small Italian town

Added: 13.07.2020 14:31 | 0 views | 0 comments

"60 in 6" correspondent Seth Doane joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his latest Quibi report: a small town in Northern Italy that successfully stopped a coronavirus outbreak and then became a "living laboratory."

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Saturday Sessions: Ashley McBryde performs “Hang In There Girl”

Added: 11.07.2020 13:59 | 0 views | 0 comments

Arkansas native Ashley McBryde said she learned how to sing in a biker bar, and that authenticity has never worn off. Her major label debut earned her three Grammy nominations and got her named “New Artist of the Year” at the CMA Awards. McBryde’s latest collection, “Never Will,” came out in April. She joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “Hang In There Girl”

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Jeremy Pope on what the real Hollywood can learn from new Netflix series

Added: 10.07.2020 15:54 | 0 views | 0 comments

Jeremy Pope is receiving Emmy buzz for his role in the Netflix hit show "Hollywood," just over a year after his historic Tony nominations. The show presents a revisionist history of the golden age of cinema. It imagines what Hollywood could have looked like if the movie industry became more diverse decades ago. The themes of the show are echoed in discussions about the entertainment industry today. Pope joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about what Hollywood in 2020 can learn from the show.

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Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms on testing positive for COVID-19 and requiring masks in public

Added: 10.07.2020 14:15 | 0 views | 0 comments

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms signed an executive order requiring masks in public spaces. She also revealed she tested positive for COVID-19 and showed no symptoms. Bottoms joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss testing positive for the coronavirus and how she plans to enforce wearing masks in Atlanta.

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Surprise COVID-19 costs? Loopholes and mix-ups are leading to bills for thousands of dollars

Added: 10.07.2020 14:03 | 0 views | 0 comments

"CBS This Morning" is looking at coronavirus testing for the series Medical Price Roulette, a collaboration with journalism company ClearHealthCosts. When Congress passed the CARES Act in March, it was supposed to cover the costs of tests -- the goal was to ensure no one would avoid getting tested because of the expense. But, experts say loopholes in the law and mix-ups are leading to some people getting bills for thousands of dollars. Consumer investigative correspondent Anna Werner reports.

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Microsoft President Brad Smith on tech job training initiative to help the unemployed amid pandemic

Added: 09.07.2020 15:24 | 1 views | 0 comments

Microsoft President Brad Smith joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the company's new tech job training initiative during the pandemic and the 10 most in-demand jobs.

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California teen speaks on surviving 30 hours in woods, fleeing after gunman shot and killed his father

Added: 09.07.2020 14:54 | 0 views | 0 comments

A 15-year-old California boy is speaking out after his father was shot and killed in front of him on an Independence Day weekend trip. In an interview only on "CBS This Morning," he and his mother talk about Dr. Ari Gershman's tragic, unexpected death. Anna Werner reports.

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Dr. Agus on whether schools will be able to safely reopen in the fall

Added: 08.07.2020 17:25 | 0 views | 0 comments

CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the Trump administration's push to reopen schools in the fall. Plus, the government's latest $2 billion investment in possible drugs to treat or prevent COVID-19.

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How camera recordings of racist incidents are fueling calls for equality and justice

Added: 08.07.2020 15:01 | 1 views | 0 comments

Race and culture writer Tre Johnson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the role cameras and social media play in capturing and circulating racist incidents.

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