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CBS Evening News, May 19, 2022
COVID cases and hospitalizations surge nationwide; Group of female Rhodes Scholars make West Point history
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5/19: Red and Blue
U.S. Senate passes $40B Ukraine aid package; Rise in U.S. unemployment claims
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How police tracked an old work truck to find Jennifer Dulos' alleged killer
After scouring 12 hours of grainy surveillance footage, investigators say they found the way Fotis Dulos drove the 70 miles to murder his wife.
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What is monkeypox?
Massachusetts has reported a case of the rare disease monkeypox, which does not easily spread among humans. These are the symptoms.
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Abortion, Russia among documentary topics of Human Rights Watch Film Festival
10 films, along with discussions featuring filmmakers and activists, will be presented May 20-26, both in-person in New York City and nationwide via streaming.
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Nearly half of Americans live in areas where they should consider masking, CDC data says
The CDC published updated data Thursday on counties at "medium" and "high" levels of COVID-19.
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Boeing Starliner successfully launches for the International Space Station
Boeing successfully launched its multi-billion dollar Starliner space capsule from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral Thursday evening. Correspondent Kris Van Cleave joins Jamie Yuccas with more on this historic launch.
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Head of DHS' Disinformation Governance Board discusses her resignation
Nina Jankowicz, the head of the Disinformation Governance Board at the Department of Homeland Security, has resigned. This comes after Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas paused the program amid criticism from Republicans. Jankowicz joins Jamie Yuccas on CBS News to discuss her decision to step down from the board.
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Boeing Starliner capsule sets off after space station
Grounded earlier by software bugs and corroded valves, Boeing says the Starliner is finally ready for flight.
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CDC panel recommends boosters for kids 5 to 11
The CDC's independent advisory committee is recommending Pfizer booster shots for children between 5 and 11 years old as COVID infections and hospitalizations spike across the U.S. yet again. CBS News correspondent Nikki Battiste reports on the recent surge in cases. Then, Dr. Celine Gounder, an infectious disease specialist and editor-at-large at Kaiser Health News, joins Jamie Yuccas to discuss the latest on the pandemic.
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Biden hosts leaders of Finland and Sweden after they applied for NATO membership
President Biden hosted the leaders of Finland and Sweden at the White House on Thursday, after the nations formally applied for NATO membership. CBS News chief foreign affairs correspondent and "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan explains.
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White House senior adviser Mitch Landrieu discusses new infrastructure projects
The Biden administration says there are currently more than 4,000 infrastructure projects underway in the U.S. It has also released $110 billion in funding since the bipartisan infrastructure bill was passed six months ago. White House senior adviser and infrastructure coordinator Mitch Landrieu joined "Red and Blue" to discuss the progress being made, and its potential impact on the midterm elections.
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Georgia primary election less than a week away
Georgia's primary election is less than a week away. Governor Brian Kemp is one of the candidates facing a challenger backed by former President Donald Trump. Tia Mitchell, a Washington correspondent for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, joins "Red and Blue" to break down the races.
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DHS pauses work of Disinformation Governance Board
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas has put the highly criticized Disinformation Governance Board on hold after just three weeks. The board's executive director, Nina Jankowicz, also resigned, citing death threats over her role. CBS News homeland security and justice reporter Nicole Sganga joins "Red and Blue" to discuss.
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COVID cases up 76% among kids in recent weeks
It's not just among kids — infections are on the rise nationwide.
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CDC clears Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine boosters for children as young as five
Less than a third of children ages 5 to 11 years old are fully vaccinated and will become eligible for the third shot.
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Baby formula shortage could mean life or death for kids with metabolic issues
"In the long term, not having the formula would result in permanent brain damage," one child's mother told CBS News.
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Group of female Rhodes Scholars make West Point history
This year, a record number of women were selected for the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship. For the first time, West Point's class of scholars is all women. Norah O'Donnell speaks with the four cadets about what service means to them.
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Former Attorney General Bill Barr likely to speak with Jan. 6 committee
Attorney General Bill Barr is likely going to speak with the House January 6th committee, and committee members are now looking into a tour of the U.S. Capitol conducted the day before the attack. CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane joins “Red and Blue” to discuss this, as well as the Senate’s nearly $40 billion package for Ukraine.
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Oil expert provides insight on gas prices
CBS News' Tanya Rivero and Nancy Chen sit down with Denton Cinquegrana, chief oil analyst for the Oil Price Information Service. They discuss fluctuating oil prices and how to deal with increasing gas prices.
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Man hospitalized with monkeypox in Massachusetts
A Massachusetts man is being treated in isolation after he was diagnosed with a rare disease called monkeypox, which is difficult to transmit between humans.
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Medic's video captures horrors in Mariupol
The horrors of Russia's ruthless assault on Mariupol were captured in vivid detail on a body camera worn by a Ukrainian medic, who recorded her team's efforts to save lives. She had the footage smuggled out of Mariupol and given to the Associated Press before she was captured by Russian forces. Imtiaz Tyab has the latest.
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Record heat expected across U.S.
Record heat is on the way. This weekend, nearly half of the U.S. is facing the possibility of record high temperatures from Texas to the Northeast.
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Oklahoma lawmakers pass near-total abortion ban
Oklahoma lawmakers passed an anti-abortion bill outlawing abortion from the moment of fertilization. The legislation prohibits abortion at any point in pregnancy, except to save a woman's life or in cases of rape or incest. Jan Crawford has more details.
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Jan. 6 committee seeks information from Rep. Barry Loudermilk
The House Select Committee investigating the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol wants to hear from Georgia Rep. Barry Loudermilk. CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane explains why the committee wants to hear from the Republican lawmaker.
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John Fetterman's wife talks stroke recovery, Pennsylvania Senate race
Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman suffered a stroke on Friday and won the Democratic Senate primary days later. His wife Gisele Barreto Fetterman joins "Red and Blue" to talk about his recovery, and what's ahead for his Senate race.
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Baby formula shortage impacts people with metabolic issues
Families with special dietary needs are growing desperate amid the baby formula shortage. Thousands in the U.S. suffer from the rare disorder phenylketonuria, also known as PKU, and require specialized formula for life. They have few options if they run out. Meg Oliver has more.
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Grand jury indicts Buffalo mass shooting suspect
The suspect accused of killing 10 people and wounding three others at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, appeared in court Thursday. Authorities are weighing the possibility of adding hate crime and terrorism charges. Jericka Duncan has the latest.
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COVID cases and hospitalizations surge nationwide
COVID infections are on the rise nationwide, soaring more than 168% in the past month. Meanwhile, Pfizer's booster shots for kids ages 5-11 could be available as soon as Friday. Nikki Battiste reports.
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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Thursday, May 19, 2022
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
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