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104-YEAR-OLD RECOVERS FROM CORONAVIRUS -- He's lived through the Spanish Flu, the Great Depression and World War II - and now, the coronavirus. -- Apr 3

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Doctor on the importance of masks amid virus -- Just this week, the CDC unveiled a new recommendation urging the American public to wear masks when outside their homes, and the FDA approved a new blood test to detect the coronavirus. As the coronavirus pandemic continues to grow, so does the knowledge of the experts attempting to fight the disease. Dr. David Agus joins CBS This Morning: Saturday to discuss the latest coronavirus news reported this week.

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At least 22,000 Americans still stuck abroad -- Millions of Americans shelter at home amid the coronavirus pandemic, while others remain on foreign shores still hoping to return to the U.S. Cancelled flights, sudden travel restrictions and strict quarantines have all blocked many people from getting back. This week, the State Department warned that time may be running out. Kris Van Cleave speaks to some of the Americans looking for a way to return.

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Spain behind U.S. in number of virus cases -- Spain now has the second-highest number of confirmed coronavirus cases behind the U.S., while China held a nationwide day of mourning as it gradually brings the disease under control. The United Nations said it will make a decision later in the month as to whether it will postpone September's General Assembly meeting in New York. Roxana Saberi breaks down the virus' global impact from the U.K., where the death toll has jumped to over 3,300.

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Trump says he will not follow CDC mask advice -- President Trump unveiled a new CDC recommendation on Friday that strongly urges Americans to wear some sort of cloth or fabric face mask when in public. President Trump said he will not be following that guideline, although he came down on manufacturer 3M for not manufacturing enough protective masks for the U.S. Nikole Killion reports on the White House pandemic response from Washington, D.C.

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Why U.S. farmers are "gonna be in trouble" during pandemic

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Maryland calls in National Guard to prepare for virus surge

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Wisconsin won't move next week's primary, despite COVID-19 threat

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Cuomo says New York is not ready for "high point," as death toll rises -- More than 3,500 people have died in New York due to COVID-19.

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California launches initiative to place homeless in hotel rooms -- The "Project Roomkey" initiative is the first of its kind in the nation.

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Watch live: Coronavirus Task Force gives update on COVID-19 response -- Today's briefing comes after the CDC announced it is recommending that Americans wear cloth face coverings in public.

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Walmart and Target limit number of shoppers amid coronavirus pandemic -- Both stores will begin monitoring their number of shoppers starting Saturday..

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Home health care workers care for the vulnerable - with no PPE -- States are fighting to get PPE for hospitals and emergency personnel, but many home health care workers and agencies - who care for more than 8.3 million people in the U.S. - have been left to fend for themselves.

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Another cruise ship with coronavirus victims is docking in Florida -- The Coral Princess ship has been in limbo for days awaiting permission to dock.

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D.C. couple weds less than 24 hours before lockdown -- Sara called the wedding "the most beautiful, special experience," and said she would not have had it any other way.

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Lives to remember: People we lost to coronavirus -- Here are just some of the coronavirus pandemic's many victims: who they were, and the lives they touched.

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Kobe Bryant elected to Basketball Hall of Fame months after death -- Bryant died in a helicopter crash on January 26, about three weeks before the Hall of Fame said he was a finalist.

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Business owners say personal data is being leaked on federal loan site -- One owner went online to the SBA site and found someone else's date of birth, social security number, email, phone numbers and business address all filled in on the loan registration page.

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Husband of RFK's granddaughter says she and son died -- David McKean remembered his wife and son as "brave" and "magical."

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Trump fires intel watchdog involved in impeachment probe -- President Trump wrote it is "vital" that he have the "fullest confidence" in the Inspector General, and said "that is no longer the case."

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CBS This Morning - "Lean On Me" singer Bill Withers dies at 81 - Soul legend Bill Withers, known for songs like Lean On Me and Ain't No Sunshine, has died at the age of 81. The three-time Grammy Award winner's family said he died of heart complications. The singer's hit Lean on Me has been a source of comfort for many, with choirs and medical workers recording their own renditions of the song amid the coronavirus pandemic. 4H ago - 02:37

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Critical error on federal small business site -- President Trump touted the federal government's Paycheck Protection Program on Friday, claiming the initiative designed to help small businesses has already processes over $3 billion worth of loans. Jim Axelrod reports on a disturbing technical glitch that some business owners have reported when attempting to apply for the program.

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Adeline performs "Middle" -- French-Caribbean singer Adeline was boring in Paris before moving to New York after high school to pursue her dream of becoming a performer. She fronted the band Escort before releasing her critically acclaimed self-titled debut album. With a new EP coming out in June, Adeline recorded Middle at the Bridge Studio in Brooklyn, New York for CBS This Morning's Saturday Sessions.

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5 things to know about the virus from Dr. Tom Inglesby -- Dr. Tom Inglesby, the director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, on the benefit of masks for the general public and a possible vaccine.

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Corona beer halts production during coronavirus pandemic -- The brewery that produces Corona also announced it is donating 300,000 antibacterial sanitizers made from its beer.

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What does a "stay-at-home" order really mean? -- While the majority of states have issued stay-at-home orders, some haven't. Why are they important and what do the rules mean? -- Apr 3

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Jay-Z and Meek Mill sending surgical masks to jails and prisons -- The masks will be sent to the facilities to help correctional officers, health care workers and inmates in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

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Google data tracks coronavirus lockdown movement -- The internet giant's Community Mobility Reports show how social distancing has affected travel to places like supermarkets and parks. -- Apr 3

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CBSN Originals - Surviving an Unlivable Wage - The restaurant industry has driven a significant amount of economic growth since the Great Recession, but many restaurant employees continue to end up hungry due to a two-tiered wage system that allows tipped workers to be paid as little as $2.13 an hour. CBSN Originals' Adam Yamaguchi travels to Indiana to explore the impact of tipping as a primary source of income for people in one of America's fastest-growing workforces. Mar 26 - 27:02

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CBSN Originals | War of Words -- As the US faces an unprecedented public health emergency, one thing stands in the way - trust in truth. For years now, Americans in large numbers have come to dismiss science, established fact, and the media. And the Internet has helped bring us to this critical moment in time. In this CBSN Originals presentation, War of Words, we examine how we got here, and see how the Internet-fueled parallel universe threatens to tear at the fabric of American society.

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Rising Tide: Priced Out In Miami -- Miami is often seen as ground zero for the impacts of climate change in the U.S., but the fallout goes well beyond flooded streets. As real estate developers head to higher ground, rising rents in low-income communities there are threatening to push vulnerable residents out of their homes. In this episode of CBSN Originals' REVERB series, Adam Yamaguchi explores climate gentrification in Miami.

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Extremists Next Door -- In recent years, gaming and anonymous social media sites have become breeding grounds for right-wing extremists. Populated by (mostly) young white men disenchanted with their place in society, the platforms have become spaces where hate is normalized and disaffected young people are susceptible to radicalization. CBSN Originals' Adam Yamaguchi reports parents, activists and even some former white nationalists are trying to find ways to stop it, but as much of the rhetoric is cropping up on mainstream platforms it's proving to be an uphill battle.

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The War on Science -- In the age of misinformation, evidence-based science is under fire. Private schools with questionable curriculums, public schools that sidestep scientific topics, and a growing abundance of conspiratorial YouTube videos are hindering our ability to separate scientific facts from beliefs or opinions. Yet as Adam Yamaguchi reports in this CBSN Originals documentary, educators are finding ways to fight back.

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2020 Daily Trail Markers: Battling the opioid crisis amid coronavirus -- The opioid epidemic and the coronavirus pandemic "have unfortunately crossed paths in a very lethal way," said a nonprofit president who works with recovery patients.

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Biden casts doubts on Democrats' July convention -- Former Vice President said now that the Tokyo Olympics have been pushed back a year because of the coronavirus, "there's more time" for the Democrats to hold their nominating convention. -- Apr 1

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Democratic National Convention postponed over coronavirus crisis -- The Democratic National Convention has been pushed back roughly a month and will now start the week of August 17. -- Apr 2

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Mask shortage in stockpile becomes political issue in election year -- Why did the nation run out of masks? The Obama and Trump administrations each made funding decisions that point to reasons for the shortage. -- Mar 30

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48 Hours - Sneak peek: Reuschel vs. Reuschel - Saturday 10/9c: A wealthy Florida businessman is arrested after a violent confrontation with his wife - she survived. Did his daughter's sumptuous wedding lead to murderous rage? Apr 2 - 04:50

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Home security cameras show Florida couple before violent confrontation -- Home security camera footage played in court captured some of the movements of Mike and Sue Reuschel inside their Gainesville, Florida, home on the night of February 2, 2018. Prosecutors allege Mike Reuschel attempted to murder his wife that night. Mike says Sue attacked him and he acted in self-defense.

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"Lizzie Borden Took an Axe" -- Did Lizzie Borden really hack her parents to death? A surprising answer and an inside look at the haunting crime scene. "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty reports.

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The Troubling Case Against Kevin Cooper -- A man on death row says his blood was planted at the crime scene. Will an empty vial help his case? "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty reports.

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Sole survivor of Chino Hills massacre describes what happened -- Doug and Peggy Ryen, their daughter, Jessica, and neighbor Christopher Hughes were brutally murdered inside the Ryen family's home on June 4, 1983. Josh Ryen was the only survivor. A year-and-a-half later, the 10-year-old answered D.A. Dennis Kottemeier's questions about that horrific night - with his grandmother by his side. -- Mar 21

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Finding love in the age of social distancing -- A Brooklyn man fell for a woman he saw out his window.

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Student makes face masks for deaf, hard of hearing community -- The masks have a clear screen, so people are able to see the mouth of the person wearing it. -- Apr 2

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Jeff Bezos donates $100 million to U.S. food banks -- Covid-19 is "significantly" worsening hunger in America, Amazon CEO says in announcing donation to Feeding America. -- Apr 2

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Nurses and doctors pray on hospital roofs for patients and families -- "When you have a few extra minutes at work you take the time to go to the Helipad and pray," Angela Gleaves, a nurse in Tennessee said. -- Apr 2

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