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Boris Johnson is the first major world leader to be sidelined by the new virus, as evidence mounts that dramatic lockdowns are helping to flatten the curve.
Cast members and musicians from productions of “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical” around the world are bringing a special collaboration to online audiences to remind people they are not alone during this period of self-isolation. The performance, which premiered first on “CBS This Morning” Tuesday, features 80 members of the musical and will benefit The Actor’s Fund, a non-profit that helps support actors and others in need. Dr. Jon LaPook speaks to some of the talented people who worked to create the performance.
From hallowed U.S. colleges to Parisian museums to Italian landmarks, the coronavirus is clearing out the world's most beloved public spaces.
Oprah Winfrey announced "Hidden Valley Road: Inside the Mind of an American Family" by Robert Kolker as her new book club selection on "CBS This Morning." The book is a true story about a family of 12, and their discovery of their troubling pattern of mental illness. Kolker joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the book.
Vice President Mike Pence warned of a "week of heartache" as the U.S. braces for conditions to worsen during the coronavirus pandemic. Also, U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in the ICU as his coronavirus infection grows even more severe. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
Millions of workers are now in limbo as the outbreak freezes business across the U.S.
"This is why we were put on the planet, to connect people," Tony Award-winner Brian Stokes Mitchell told CBS News' Dr. Jon LaPook.
The dispute over absentee voting in Wisconsin is the first stemming from the coronavirus pandemic to reach the U.S. Supreme Court.
Actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas is speaking with "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King about her role in "One World: Together At Home," a historic music and entertainment festival broadcast online to fans around the globe. The event, organized by the World Health Organization and advocacy group Global Citizen, will be curated by Lady Gaga and aims to celebrate health care workers and others on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis.
Coronavirus test results are still pending for tens of thousands of potential patients due to a nationwide backlog that has left hospitals and commercial labs scrambling. Jericka Duncan speaks to one patient who says he was left without answers for eight days after taking a COVID-19 test.
U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington, D.C. where the White House Coronavirus Task Force is working to contain the pandemic on a nationwide scale. Adams lauded Americans for rallying around national, state and local coronavirus precautions, and said that while the issue of widespread testing is a "concern," the government is working to ramp up efforts to get test results faster.
Italy reported nearly 3,600 new coronavirus cases Monday, the smallest day-to-day increase in almost three weeks. The country has reported more than 132,000 total coronavirus cases and more than 16,000 deaths, but that's likely an underestimate. Chris Livesay reports on why some COVID-19 deaths likely weren’t counted.
On this "Face the Nation" broadcast, we sat down with Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Scott Gottlieb.
Its main ingredient, acetaminophen, has come to be seen as safer than medications containing ibuprofen to treat fever, a frequent symptom of the new coronavirus.
As hard-hit New York begins to show signs of a flattening virus curve, other hotspots around the country are seeing COVID-19 cases skyrocket. Illinois saw their confirmed cases rise by 1,000 in just a single day, while Michigan's largest hospital system reported 1,500 workers showing coronavirus symptoms. Meanwhile, hospital workers say they are being warned not to speak to the media about their hazardous work conditions. David Begnaud reports on the developing outbreaks from New York.
A dive and rescue team found McKean's body in 25 feet of water, approximately 2.5 miles south of her mother's house in Shady Side, Maryland.
Wisconsin is holding its Tuesday primary despite Democrats’ attempts to delay it over the coronavirus pandemic. Social distancing will be in effect at polling stations, though the state’s Democratic governor says Republicans are forcing people to choose between their health and their right to vote. Ed O’Keefe reports on the political struggle.
The Congressman and civil rights icon endorsed Biden on Tuesday.
A look at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning."
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in intensive care after his fight with the coronavirus took a troubling turn. Johnson, a key Trump ally, was taken to a hospital on Sunday over a week after testing positive for the virus. Elizabeth Palmer reports on the British leader's health and efforts to lead the country through the pandemic from London.
President Trump insisted during a Monday press conference that the federal government is rushing supplies to the areas most affected by the coronavirus, however an Inspector General report shows hospitals are still lacking critical supplies and dealing with long delays for testing results. A new memo reveals that the White House was warned of the coronavirus' deadly potential in January, though Mr. Trump downplayed the threat. Ben Tracy breaks down the latest information coming out of the White House.
U.S. officials report more than 368,000 confirmed coronavirus cases, though the actual number could be higher. The national death toll has reached around 11,000 while hard-hit areas such as New York are beginning to see a plateauing virus curve, though it remains high. Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" from her home in New York City to discuss the latest developments in the coronavirus crisis.
Texas officials have set up checkpoints at the state's borders in an effort to keep potential coronavirus cases in the state under control. Drivers arriving at border crossings, such as the one on I-10 linking Texas and Louisiana, are greeted by Texas troopers who verify that travelers have a place where they can comply with a state-ordered 14-day quarantine. Janet Shamlian reports from the Texas-Louisiana state border.
The Coronavirus Task Force is holding a briefing at the White House.
The death toll from the coronavirus in the U.S. now tops 10,000.
Facility outside Pittsburgh says 52 patients and staff have tested positive and three patients have died
Cuomo said Monday there are signs the hard-hit state is reaching the apex as the number of people who died from coronavirus has remained flat for the second day in a row.
The rector of Zach Robba's former school wrote: "This was Zach's dream job and he embraced all that it entailed."
Worldwide, COVID-19 has taken almost 75,000 lives. The British prime minister was hospitalized Sunday.
As the situation grows more dire, many are eyeing layoffs and some are on the brink of collapse.
Tybee Island's Shirley Sessions calls Brian Kemp's reversal a "reckless mandate" and says she fears people crowding the beaches again.
Maryland police announced Monday that they have recovered the body of Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean, who disappeared alongside her son, Gideon, last Thursday night after they paddled a canoe into Chesapeake Bay. CBSN Bay Area reports.
Michael Tyson, a 53-year-old with underlying health conditions, was being held at Rikers over an alleged parole violation, his legal team said.
Thomas Modly said the captain was either "too naive or too stupid" to lead the ship if he thought an alarming memo he circulated wouldn't become public.
President Trump said Monday that the USNS Comfort docked in New York will now be open to coronavirus patients, after the ship was initially meant to take only non-COVID-19 patients to free up beds in New York hospitals. The floating hospital is now open to New Jersey patients too. Watch his remarks here.
Pell was regarded as the Vatican's third highest ranking official. He was convicted in 2018 of sexually assaulting two teen choirboys and had served 13 months of a six-year sentence.
The Bronx Zoo says Nadia, her sister Azul, two Amur tigers and three African lions had developed a dry cough. They are all expected to recover.
A 4-year-old female Malayan tiger at Bronx Zoo in New York City has tested positive for COVID-19. Brian Larsen, a registered nurse and CEO of RestoraPet, a health supplement company for pets, joins CBSN to discuss COVID-19 and animals.
"Let me be clear, I do not think Captain Brett Crozier is naïve nor stupid. I think, and always believed him to be the opposite," Modly said.
The Spanish flu in 1918 paused traditional campaigning but the elections went on as planned.
"Over the course of this afternoon, the condition of the Prime Minister has worsened," his office said in a statement.
Dr. Adams discusses individual risk factors and what parts of the country could be hardest hit next.
African Americans make up 52% of all coronavirus cases in Chicago even though they only account for 30% of the total population.
Half the world's population is under stay-at-home orders and for many its a hardship. But some took the opportunity to show off their talents to a global audience. Jim Axelrod shows us the videos.
The unpiloted test flight will likely take place in the fall.
Surgeon General Jerome Adams joins "CBS Evening News" to discuss the coronavirus death toll and the data projections for New York and New Jersey.
Performers are not letting the need to stay apart keep them from creating soul-soothing sounds together.
President Trump described it as a "warm" phone call.
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