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Holly Audrey Williams is an American singer-songwriter and musician. She is the granddaughter of Hank Williams Sr., the niece of Jett Williams, daughter of Hank Williams Jr. and half-sister of Hank Williams III. Williams has released three studio albums: The Ones We Never Knew in 2004, Here with Me in 2009 and The Highway in 2013. The Highway was released on Williams' own label, Georgiana Records and reached number 146 on the Billboard 200.
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United Kingdom imposes new restrictions as COVID-19 cases spikeNew coronavirus cases are skyrocketing across the U.K. and now Prime Minister Boris Johnson is rolling out new restrictions to slow the outbreak. Holly Wiliams reports.
New COVID-19 restrictions announced as U.K. hits "a perilous turning point"British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the U.K. is at "a perilous turning point" in the coronavirus pandemic, as newly confirmed cases have skyrocketed. Johnson announced a series of new coronavirus..
Hong Kong protests: 60 Minutes is on the streets of Hong Kong with pro-democracy demonstrators“When you lose freedom, you lose everything,” a successful Hong Kong businessman says, explaining why he is part of the pro-democracy street protests. Holly Williams reports
U.K. prepares for mass vaccine distribution as second wave emergesAs parts of Europe face a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, the United Kingdom is preparing vaccine distribution facilities before a vaccine has even been approved. CBS News' Holly Williams has..
Huge manufacturing drive to produce vaccines, before it's been proven they workA U.K. facility will be among the first to "bottle" the initial batches of the Oxford coronavirus vaccine. If the vaccine is given the green light for use, then millions of vaccines will be ready for..
Gas possibly linked to life detected on VenusThere is new hope that the planet Venus, long considered too hot and hostile to sustain life, might be showing signs of exactly that in the gas clouds of its upper atmosphere. Holly Williams speaks to..
Humans to blame for 60 percent decrease in wildlife, report saysThe World Wildlife Fund's new report shows humans are overwhelmingly responsible for the 60 percent decline in wildlife populations since 1970. CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams has more.
Retired British police chief speaks out about police racism, training and tacticsThe U.S. is not the only nation facing accusations of institutional racism in organizations like the police. But in the U.S., the results of that racism appear to be more deadly than their European..
Ukraine's uncertain future: New government delayed with unclear directionLegislators in Ukraine voted on Tuesday to let an international court put the county's deposed president, Victor Yanukovich, on trial. The acting president of Ukraine says there are "dangerous signs"..
Ukrainians say real democratic reform needed, not just new leaderWhile many protesters vowed revenge, inside Ukraine's parliament, opposition leader Arseniy Yatsenyuk insisted they were in control. Despite the arrest warrant issued for former President Viktor..
Ukraine: New clashes despite pledge to negotiateThe fighting in Kiev's Independence Square is now in its third day and Western journalists report at least 22 more deaths. Government opponents are trying to force the country's president to resign...
Ukraine violence: Dozens killed, hundreds hurt during clashesIn Ukraine, anti-government protesters are confronting police for a second day. Holly Williams reports from Kiev, where both sides say they're ready to escalate the violence.
Suspect in London Bridge attack linked to 2012 terrorism offenseNew information is emerging about the suspect in the deadly terror attack in the U.K. London police said Usman Khan stabbed five people on London Bridge Friday afternoon. Two of those people, a man and..
London attacker was convicted terrorist released from prison last yearBritish authorities are being asked tough questions Saturday morning, as they piece together the chain of events that led to two people being killed and three others injured in a terror attack near the..
American and Australian freed in prisoner swap with the TalibanTwo hostages, including an American, were freed overnight in a rare prisoner swap with the Taliban. The men had been held captive for more than three years. Holly Williams reports.
High tide in Venice could hit twice normal levelVenice, Italy, is facing the second worst flooding in nearly 100 years, and high tide could hit nearly twice the normal level on Friday. At least two people have died, and the city's mayor has closed..
Disaster declared as Venice deals with historic floodingOne of the world's most popular tourist destinations was declared a disaster on Thursday. Venice, Italy, has been swamped by the worst flooding in a half-century. As Holly Williams reports, the damage..
Venice floods dozen times a year, but latest inundation is a disasterVenice, Italy is suffering its worst flooding in more than 50 years. At least two people have died, and the damage is estimated in the hundreds of millions of dollars. Holly Williams reports.
American forces continue withdrawal from northern SyriaAmerican forces continued their withdrawal from northern Syria. Defense secretary Mark Esper says they’re headed for Iraq — not home, as President Trump promised. Left behind are America's ally:..
Turkish president meets Putin after threatening to "crush" Kurds in SyriaTurkey's president sat down with the Russian president to discuss Syria's future. A ceasefire in northern Syria is due to expire Tuesday. If the fighting resumes, Kurdish forces in the region who..
U.S. could leave 200 troops inside Syria with KurdsU.S. troops that President Trump said were coming home from Syria are instead moving into Iraq. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said the soldiers will continue fighting ISIS. He also said that some of..
Deal between Turkey and Russia puts offensive in Syria on holdAs the U.S. watched from the sidelines, Russia's Vladimir Putin emerged as the key power player in Syria, reaching an agreement for a new ceasefire with the president of Turkey. That will give Russia..
Some U.S. troops may stay in SyriaThe Trump administration now says a small number of U.S. troops may stay in Syria. The shift comes after the president's plan to withdraw all American forces was criticized by Democrats and..
Who was ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi?Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, a former university professor, took the reins of ISIS in 2014, few had heard of the group or its new leader. That changed fast. Holly Williams reports.
Kim Jong Un silent since announcement in WashingtonCBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams reports from Seoul, South Korea, on the reaction in the area to the announcement of a proposed meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong Un.
Palestinians step up protests aimed at ending a blockade of GazaCBS News correspondent Holly Williams is in Gaza where Palestinians are ratcheting up protests aimed at ending the blockade of the Palestinian territory bordered by Israel.
What driving means for women's future in Saudi ArabiaCBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams is in Riyadh, where Sunday marked the first day that women can drive legally in Saudi Arabia. She has more on what the changing culture means for women in..
U.S. steps up airstrikes targeting al Qaeda in SyriaOn Saturday, U.S. airstrikes were reported to have killed at least 40 members of Al Qaeda, it's been intensified as Syrian rebels have launched a major counter attack against the Assad regime's efforts..
In search of traditional Turkish sweetsIn the kitchens and bakeries of Istanbul, the Ottoman Empire lives on, with sugary treats that may date back more than a thousand years. Holly Williams takes a tour of delicacies, from baklava and..
In Saudi Arabia women drivers hit the roadSome Saudi women got behind the wheel this weekend the second it became legal for them to drive. But as Holly Williams reports, there is still a long road to equality, as under this country's male..
Rising in the EastChina's film industry has grown so big so fast, that it is now looking to compete with Hollywood. Holly Williams reports.
Prisoner 760Mohamedou Slahi gives 60 Minutes an uncensored account of the now-illegal enhanced interrogation he endured at Guantanamo Bay -- and why he says it doesn't work. Holly Williams reports.
Daniel Barenboim tries bridging the Middle East conflict with musicOf all the orchestras he conducts around the world, this may be the one that moves Barenboim the most. Holly Williams reports.
Holly Williams reflects on ISIS in SyriaThe CBS News correspondent has covered ISIS for four years. She tells "60 Minutes Overtime" how Raqqa has changed — and how far the city still has to go.
What the death of an ISIS leader means for the fight against terrorismHolly Williams in Turkey and CBS News Senior National Security contributor Michael Morell, a former acting director of the CIA, join CBS News to discuss the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi..
Despite Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's death, ISIS is still very much aliveA Sunday raid by U.S. commandos in northwestern Syria ended a yearslong manhunt for ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. At the very least, this is a symbolic blow to ISIS. Holly Williams reports.
10/27: Mike Pence, Holly Williams, David MartinThis week on "Face the Nation," Margaret Brennan, amid developments overseas, President Trump confirms that ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been killed in a U.S. raid in Syria.
The brutal life and death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-BaghdadiReporting live from Istanbul, CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams reports on the life of the gruesome ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
The stakes of the US retreat in SyriaCBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams, who spent years covering the civil war in Syria, reports on the American drawdown and an alliance with the Kurds left behind
What remains to be done in the final phase of America's war on ISISA year after ISIS lost their stronghold in Raqqa, their headquarters for three years, "60 Minutes" reports on the Syrian forces who helped drive the extremists out. And the rebuilding process that's..
Hong Kong protests: Weekend clashes, weekday capitalism"Has Hong Kong changed? Or did I not understand Hong Kong?" Foreign correspondent Holly Williams discusses a political side of Hong Kong she hadn't seen before
Hong Kong protester Jimmy Lai says: "We are fighting the first battle of the new cold war" between the West and ChinaJimmy Lai tells Holly Williams about the freedoms Hong Kong protesters are demanding from mainland China. "60 Minutes" reports, Sunday
Turkey begins assault on Kurdish forces in SyriaTurkey has launched a military operation against Kurdish fighters in northern Syria. U.S. officials confirmed there were airstrikes in the region but said there was no coordination with Turkey on any..
Turkish president launches strike against Kurdish fighters in SyriaTurkey's president announced the start of an invasion as Kurdish forces moved to defend Syria's northeastern border. The Kurds had been essential allies in the U.S. fight against ISIS, but President..
Trump orders withdrawal of troops from northern Syria, setting off backlash and uncertaintyPresident Trump has ordered the removal of U.S. troops from northern Syria. The abrupt change paves the way for Turkey to move into the region, putting America's Kurdish allies in jeopardy. CBS News..
U.S. withdrawing troops from northern SyriaIn a major U.S. policy shift, American troops are pulling back to make way for Turkey's planned invasion of part of northern Syria. Turkey is targeting U.S.-backed Kurdish fighters that have been key..