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Doctor discusses emergence of more infectious coronavirus variants, vaccine efficacy
Dr. David Agus joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss coronavirus variants and whether existing vaccines will be effective against new strains.
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California student in viral video details hardships that shaped her journey to Harvard University
California student Cielo Echegoyen got national attention for her reaction when she found out she got into Harvard University. Lilia Luciano spoke with the teen, and shares the incredible story of hard work and perseverance behind her success.
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Sacha Baron Cohen on "Borat" sequel, playing activist Abbie Hoffman in "The Trial of the Chicago 7"
British actor, writer and producer Sacha Baron Cohen is in two of the most critically-acclaimed films of the past year: "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm" and "The Trial of the Chicago 7." In an exclusive interview with Anthony Mason, he talks about taking risks for satire and how his body of work is more relevant now than ever.
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Sacha Baron Cohen on using comedy as "form of peaceful protest"
At one point during the filming of the 'Borat' sequel, Baron Cohen had to spend five days in a COVID lockdown with two conspiracy theorists.
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Investigations into Trump, his business could lead to criminal charges
Experts say several state and federal investigations into Trump and his business dealings are putting the former president's future in legal jeopardy. Ben Tracy reports.
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Lawmakers outraged after National Guard moved to parking garage
On Thursday, the U.S. Capitol police told National Guard troops to rest in a nearby parking garage instead of the Capitol. Photos of those troops caused outrage and the order was quickly rolled back overnight. Catherine Herridge reports.
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Senators weigh starting Trump impeachment trial in February
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has proposed delaying the start of the impeachment trial against former President Trump until February, arguing it would allow both House impeachment managers and Mr. Trump's legal team time to prepare. Senate Democrats are considering the proposal, which would allow them time to continue processing President Biden's Cabinet nominees. Nikole Killion reports.
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Scientists work to unlock secrets of new COVID-19 strain spreading across South Africa
President Biden's chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci says he is concerned by a coronavirus variant emerging in South Africa. The new strain has led to a surge of new cases across the country and CBS News got rare access to a team of scientists investigating it. Debora Patta reports.
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Cities struggle to keep mass COVID-19 vaccination sites stocked to meet demand
Mass COVID-19 vaccination sites are up and running, but city leaders say they need more vaccines to meet demand. With only 17 million shots administered, another 20 million vaccines continue to sit in freezers untouched. Carter Evans looks at the distribution breakdown.
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President Biden to sign two executive orders to fight COVID-19, will increase financial assistance
President Biden says he's launching a "war time" effort to fight the coronavirus. Weijia Jiang reports on what Mr. Biden's latest executive orders could accomplish and on the return of Dr. Anthony Fauci to the White House briefing room.
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NFL gives vaccinated health care workers free Super Bowl tickets
The move is a thank you to frontline workers who put their lives at risk during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Biden begins first full day in Oval Office after historic inauguration
More than three decades after launching his first presidential campaign, President Joe Biden will begin his first full day in the White House. Weijia Jiang reports on Mr. Biden's inaugural address to the nation and the historic ceremony.
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Florida state officials want to put a stop to COVID "vaccine tourism"
Florida is working to put guidelines for a new trend being called "vaccine tourism," in which people from outside the state travel to Florida to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
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Rock 'n' roll legend John Fogerty on new protest song tackling police brutality, racism
Rock 'n' roll legend John Fogerty has a new gospel-infused protest song, "Weeping In The Promised Land." The former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman takes on police brutality and racial injustice while supporting health care workers on the front lines during the pandemic. Jamie Yuccas reports for the "CBS This Morning" series A More Perfect Union.
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Democrat-led Senate confirms Avril Haines as Director of National Intelligence
The Democrat-led Senate has already begun its work to confirm President Biden's Cabinet nominees. On Wednesday, the Senate voted to confirm Avril Haines as the president's Director of National Intelligence, and more votes on Cabinet nominees are expected this week. Nikole Killion reports.
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Amanda Gorman makes history as youngest inaugural poet
Amanda Gorman was named the Nation's First Youth Poet Laureate at the age of 19.
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