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13 minutes agoChildren's author on empowering Black girls -- A children's book series is helping young Black girls explore and embrace their racial identity. Author Bettinita Harris joined CBSN to discuss her series, "Sister for Life, Best Friends Forever."
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13 minutes agoSenate to take up COVID relief -- The Senate is moving ahead with plans to vote on the COVID-19 relief package as the White House announces an increase in vaccine production. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett, CBS News Radio White House correspondent Steven Portnoy, and Axios political reporter Sarah Muchas join CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss that and other headlines out of Washington. -- Mar 2
13 minutes agoVernon Jordan, civil rights activist and Clinton adviser, has died -- Jordan rose from humble beginnings in the segregated South to become a champion of civil rights before reinventing himself as a Washington insider. -- Mar 2
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7 days agoPolitically opposed groups find common ground through conversation -- A group of Kentucky conservatives met with a group of Massachusetts liberals to work through their differences.
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12 days agoFEMA opens COVID-19 vaccination sites -- Hundreds of FEMA vaccination sites are opening up nationwide. Government officials say the goal is to increase vaccine access to underserved communities hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. CBS News reporter Nicole Sganga goes inside one site that's set to open to the public in Philadelphia.
19 hours agoRep. Nancy Mace on Capitol riot investigation -- Republican Congresswoman Nancy Mace of South Carolina joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano to discuss the latest on the latest on the investigation into the Capitol attack and why she doesn't have second thoughts about her vote against impeachment. -- Mar 2
1 hour agoCorrecting Black Panthers' legacy -- Actor Daniel Kaluuya and director Shaka King joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss their new film, "Judas and the Black Messiah." Kaluuya, who took home his first Golden Globe Award for portraying Black Panther Party leader Fred Hampton, and King discuss Hampton's legacy and bringing his story to the screen.
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3 months agoReverb | Gun Fight, Part Two -- In the second episode of this two-part documentary, CBSN Originals follows a growing movement of militias refusing to comply with new gun regulations. As the country navigates a pandemic, economic shutdowns and political unrest, gun sales are soaring and gun rights activists argue Americans should be armed now more than ever.
3 months agoReverb | Losing Las Vegas -- The economic fallout from COVID-19 hit Las Vegas harder than any other major city in the nation, devastating households far from the famous Strip. Though the lights are flickering on once again, uncertainty still looms. This episode of CBSN Originals reveals how some Las Vegas workers are navigating a tough new reality with no end in sight.
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5 days agoMan donates $20 million to college he dropped out of -- Calvin Tyler dropped out of the historically black school in 1963, but has made a huge impact on Morgan State University since.
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