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Bipartisan group of senators meet with White House on COVID plan
Participants stressed they're pushing the administration for more details on how quickly it can distribute the vaccine nationwide, saying it's an urgent and number-one priority.
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Billionaire wealth soars, as millions fall into poverty: Oxfam
Billionaires regained their pandemic losses in nine months, but the globe's poorest could take a decade to recover.
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Biden to reimpose COVID-19 travel ban that Trump lifted
There will also be travel restrictions on non-Americans entering the U.S. from South Africa.
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Transcript: Dr. Deborah Birx on "Face the Nation"
The following is an extended transcript of an interview with former White House coronavirus response coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx that aired Sunday, January 24, 2021, on "Face the Nation."
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Biden signs nearly 30 executive orders, seeks GOP approval for COVID-19 relief bill
President Joe Biden signed nearly 30 executive orders in his first three days in office that address the coronavirus and the economic fallout from the pandemic. Now he's arranging to meet with a bipartisan group of lawmakers in hopes of reaching a larger relief plan. Skyler Henry reports from the White House.
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States scramble for more COVID-19 vaccines, new concern over contagious variant
As the number of COVID-19 infections continues to climb, there's a nationwide scramble for more vaccines. This comes as there's new concern over the contagious variant of the virus which has now been detected in at least 22 states. Tom Hanson reports.
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Full interview: Dr. Deborah Birx on "Face the Nation"
Former White House coronavirus response coordinator talks exclusively with "Face the Nation" in her first interview since leaving the Trump task force.
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A "Facing Forward" special: Birx and Gottlieb on coronavirus response
On this special edition of "Facing Forward," Margaret Brennan talks with former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb and her full interview with Dr. Deborah Birx, former White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator
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01/24: Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Deborah Birx
This week on "Face the Nation," President Biden takes office and is immediately faced with overwhelming challenges. His first priority: COVID-19.
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James Fallows on the message from Biden's inauguration
The Atlantic writer says the new president's inaugural address speaks to an ever-growing nation's resolve and will to succeed in the face of cruel obstacles and divisiveness.
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Biden expected to repeal Trump's transgender military ban
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said at his confirmation hearing last week that he supported repealing the ban.
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Face The Nation: Dr. Deborah Birx
Missed the second half of the show? The latest on Dr. Deborah Birx and the new covid-19 variants spreading around the world.
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U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson warns new COVID variant is more deadly
CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from London on the global impacts of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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Birx on the Trump White House, the politics of the pandemic and more
The former White House coronavirus task force coordinator reveals new details about her work to fight the pandemic.
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Fauci says goal of 100 million coronavirus shots by April "is a floor, not a ceiling"
Dr. Anthony Fauci, President Joe Biden's chief medical adviser, says reaching the goal of administering 100 million shots by April will be "challenging" and "is a floor, not a ceiling."
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Open: This is "Face the Nation," January 24
Today on "Face the Nation," President Biden takes office and is immediately faced with overwhelming challenges. His first priority: COVID-19.
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How Trump's second trial could be different from the first.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced Friday the impeachment trial of former President Trump would start on February 8.
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Biden signs orders to streamline stimulus checks, expand food stamps
The president signed two executive orders Friday aimed at lessening the economic fallout from the pandemic.
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Arizona GOP censures Cindy McCain and Governor Ducey
"These resolutions are of no consequence whatsoever and the people behind them have lost whatever little moral authority they may have once had," said Governor Ducey's political director.
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The impeachment managers who will argue the case against Trump
The House voted on January 13 to impeach Mr. Trump on the charge of incitement of the January 6 insurrection.
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Biden administration vows to improve coronavirus response
Through additional financial relief plans, faster vaccine distributions, and clear public messaging, the Biden administration is pledging to tackle the coronavirus pandemic. Skyler Henry has more on the Biden administration's efforts.
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U.S. faces vaccine crisis over supply problems
Frustrations are mounting nationwide as vaccination sites close or cancel appointments as the vaccine supply runs dry. Danya Bacchus has more.
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Thousands of Guard troops will remain in D.C. through mid-March
About 7,000 National Guard troops are currently stationed in the capital.
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The history behind an exclusive but lesser-known presidential club
Joe Biden's full name is Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. He is one of 10 other commanders-in-chief named after their fathers.
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Birx suggests inauguration-related gatherings could be "superspreader"
In an interview with Face the Nation's Margaret Brennan, Birx says thousands of National Guard troops congregating together are most likely to have asymptomatic infections.
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Birx suggests inauguration-related gatherings could amount to "superspreader" event
"There are National Guard troops here from every state in the Union, probably, young individuals who are most likely to have asymptomatic infection if they do get infected," Birx said on "Face the Nation"
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States scramble for more COVID-19 vaccines, new concern over contagious variant
As the number of COVID-19 infections continues to climb, there's a nationwide scramble for more vaccines. This comes as there's new concern over the contagious variant of the virus which has now been detected in at least 22 states. Tom Hanson reports.
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Trump's second impeachment trial to begin week of February 8
The second impeachment trial of now former President Donald Trump is set to begin in the Senate in February. Democrats amended the timetable Friday after several days of back and forth with Republicans, who suggested both sides could use more time. The move may be setting the tone for a quicker confirmation of President Biden's Cabinet nominees. Kris Van Cleave reports from Capitol Hill.
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House Republicans divided as some attempt to oust Liz Cheney
The top-ranking woman in the party has drawn fire from her colleagues for voting to impeach former President Trump.
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Biden signs orders to streamline stimulus checks, expand food stamps
The president signed two executive orders Friday aimed at lessening the economic fallout from the pandemic.
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