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Elaine Cagas Quijano is an American television reporter. Formerly with CNN, she is now a correspondent and anchor with CBS News.
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Republicans call James Comey to testify about origins of Trump investigationFormer FBI director James Comey has accepted an invitation from Senate Republicans to testify about the origins of what became special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into the 2016 election. Vox..
Vote.org CEO on how to make sure your vote is countedTens of thousands of votes have already been cast in the 2020 general election, even though we're still a month and a half before Election Day. Vote.org CEO Andrea Hailey spoke to "Red and Blue" host..
Death toll likely to rise in devastating wildfires across the WestAt least 35 people have been killed as wildfires continue to rage across the West Coast. In Oregon, mobile morgues have been set up, as Governor Kate Brown says the state's death toll is likely to..
The impact of wild conspiracy theories ahead of 2020 electionAs the November election draws closer, dangerous conspiracy theories like QAnon are spreading on social media and taking root in the minds of a growing number of voters. TIME national correspondent..
Climate change emerges as a top election issueWith historic wildfires burning in the West, another hurricane bearing down on the Gulf Coast, and Arctic ic melting at a record rate, climate change is resurfacing as a top issue on the presidential..
What it takes to win in Florida this NovemberFlorida is shaping up to be a crucial battleground state in the 2020 race. CBS News Director of Elections & Surveys Anthony Salvanto spoke to Elaine Quijano about how Trump or Biden could earn a..
Biden seeks support among Florida Latinos as state swamped by wild conspiracy theoriesDemocratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is lagging a bit with Latino voters in Florida compared to his margins in other states. Politico's Sabrina Rodriguez spoke to "Red and Blue" host Elaine..
"Unprecedented" hurricane season continues with Hurricane SallyThis year's hurricane season is unprecedented, "just like everything else in 2020" said CBS News meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Berardelli. He joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss the..
Where the presidential race stands 50 days outMonday marks 50 days until election day 2020, but voting has already begun. "Red and Blue" host Elaine Quijano spoke to CBS News correspondent Nikole Killion, CBS News chief congressional correspondent..
Red & Blue: Countdown to the VoteWith 50 days to go before the 2020 election, CBSN’s Elaine Quijano anchors “Red & Blue: Countdown to the Vote” exploring the major issues and where things stand. Featuring Anthony Salvanto, CBS..
Battleground Tracker poll: Biden gains edge in Arizona over Trump and has big lead in MinnesotaThe latest CBS News Battleground Tracker poll shows Joe Biden edging ahead of President Trump in Arizona, a state that has been in the Republican column all but once since Eisenhower won it in the..
President Trump disputes climate change at briefing on California wildfiresAt a briefing with California officials on the devastating wildfires in the West, President Trump said he doesn't think science knows about climate change. CBS News correspondent Nikole Killion joins..
Trump defends decision to withhold information on COVID-19 threatAt a briefing Thursday, reporters pressed President Trump on how he could be trusted after it was revealed that he intentionally withheld information about COVID-19 from the public in the early days of..
Number of Americans seeking unemployment continues to riseErica Pandey, a business reporter for Axios, joins Elaine Quijano on CBSN's "Red & Blue" with a look at the latest unemployment numbers and how the job market might rebound after the pandemic.
Trump dismisses Bob Woodward's question on white privilege: "You really drank the Kool-Aid"In an interview with veteran journalist Bob Woodward, President Trump acknowledged there is institutional racism in the U.S., but he dismissed a question about white privilege by saying, "You really..
Expert weighs in on COVID vaccine trials and President Trump's promisesMany top scientists say a coronavirus vaccine could be ready before the end of the year, and President Trump has even said it could happen by Election Day. But it's a very challenging process CBS News'..
Biden and Trump increase campaign travel as 2020 race heats upPresident Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden are increasing their campaign travel with election day just under two months away. CBS News correspondent Nikole Killion, CBS News 2020..
Disney faces backlash over "Mulan"Disney's live-action remake of "Mulan" is facing backlash after thanking ontroversial agencies in China's Xinjiang province in the movie's credits. Xinjiang province is where more than one million..
Senate GOP to hold a vote on "skinny" COVID-19 relief packageAfter weeks of negotiations, Congress and the White House have failed to reach a deal on the next coronavirus relief package. Now Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConell says he will force a vote on a..
Trump says he'll self-finance campaign if needed, after reports of dwindling fundsPresident Trump on Tuesday denied reports that his campaign funds are dwindling, but said he would be willing to personally finance the effort if necessary. CBS News 2020 campaign reporter Nicole..
ICE arrests 2,000 immigrants in largest sweep of the pandemicU.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced Tuesday it made more than 2,000 arrests during a six-week nationwide operation in July and August that focused on those with criminal..
Federal judges rule House cannot enforce subpoenas in courtA federal appeals court has blocked House Democrats from enforcing a subpoena for former White House counsel Don McGahn to testify. CBSN legal contributor Keir Dougall joined CBSN's Elaine Quijano to..
President Trump visits Kenosha after protests against police shooting of Jacob BlakePresident Trump on Tuesday visited visited Kenosha, Wisconsin, following protests against the police shooting of Jacob Blake. Mr. Trump toured businesses damaged during the unrest and thanked law..
Breonna Taylor's boyfriend suing city of Louisville and its police departmentBreonna Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, has filed a lawsuit over his arrest the night Taylor was shot and killed by police during a drug raid, asking the court to declare him "immune" from..
Aesha Ash breaks barriers at School of American Ballet in New York CityAesha Ash has made a career out of breaking barriers in the world of ballet. Now, she's doing it again, but this time as the first Black female permanent faculty member at New York City's School of..
Trump hits the campaign trail with a stop in New HampshirePresident Trump hit the campaign trail Friday, one day after formally accepting his party's nomination for president. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett, CBS News senior..
Key takeaways as President Trump formally accepts Republican Party's nominationPresident Trump formally accepted the Republican Party's nomination on the last night of the RNC, as the nation grapples with multiple crises including Hurricane Laura battering the Gulf Coast, violent..
Anti-Trump Republicans offer alternative to RNCA group of anti-Trump Republicans and Independents have organized a counter-convention to the RNC. The organizers of the Convention on Founding Principles based the event around basic American ideals..
Black National Convention zeroes in on elevating Black issues ahead of 2020 electionThe Black National Convention kicks off Friday night at 7 p.m. ET. The free virtual stream aims to focus on issues important to the Black community, and how to use the vote this November to create..
Understanding the differences between misinformation and disinformation, and how QAnon is spreading both onlineQAnon, a baseless pro-Trump conspiracy theory is spreading both misinformation and disinformation online about the coronavirus pandemic and a number of other topics. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson..
Senator Gary Peters demands more answers from Louis DeJoyLawmakers grilled Postmaster General Louis DeJoy twice last week on changes he's made to the U.S. Postal Service. Senator Gary Peters, the ranking member of the Senate Homeland Security Committee, is..
Hurricane Laura, a Category 4 storm, to make landfall near Texas-Louisiana borderHurricane Laura is forecast to be the strongest storm to ever make landfall along the western Louisiana and north Texas coast, with winds of at least 145 mph and storm surge of up to 20 feet. CBS News..
Local Matters: Republicans look to defend two Georgia Senate seatsTwo U.S. Senate seats are up for grabs in Georgia this November. Both are held by Republicans who are facing tough challenges as Democrats work to gain a majority in the chamber. Greg Bluestein, a..
Melania Trump headlines and more from the second night of the RNCThe Republican National Convention continued for a second night with the GOP trying to paint a picture of President Trump as creating a land of opportunity. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns;..
Republicans argue for Trump's reelection on first night of RNCRepublicans Monday night presented their case for why President Trump should remain in the White House for the next four years. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns; Republican strategist and..
Postmaster general testifies before House Oversight CommitteePostmaster General Louis DeJoy returned to Capitol Hill on Monday to testify before the House Oversight Committee. DeJoy continued to defend changes made to the Postal Service ahead of the 2020..
Joe Biden accepts Democratic nomination and vows to "restore the soul of America"Joe Biden officially accepted the Democratic presidential nomination during the final night of the Democratic National Convention, delivering a speech where he vowed to unify the country if elected...
Former California Senator Barbara Boxer: "We are the laughing stock of the world"Former California Senator Barbara Boxer says President Trump's presidency has turned the country into the "laughing stock of the world." She joins Elaine Quijano to discuss why she thinks Joe Biden is..
Harris makes history while Obama and Clinton slam Trump at DNC Day 3Senator Kamala Harris accepted the Democratic nomination for Vice President Wednesday during the third night of the Democratic National Convention. CBS News chief Washington correspondent, Major..
Trio of firsts to speak at third night of DNCWednesday night's lineup for the 2020 Democratic National Convention will feature the United States' first Black president, Barack Obama, the country's first female major-party presidential nominee,..
Hillary Clinton to speak at Democratic National Convention tonightFormer Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is set to speak at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday night. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano for..
Trump administration imposes new restrictions on HuaweiThe Trump administration has imposed new restrictions on Huawei. The rules prevent foreign semiconductor producers from selling chips to the Chinese tech company, which it needs to make phones. Isaac..
Joe Biden officially because Democratic nominee for presidentDemocrats officially nominated former Vice President Joe Biden as their candidate for president during the second day of the Democratic National Convention. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe;..
Michigan Lawmaker: Republicans have "seen their party leave them" in stateCongresswoman Mari Manoogian spoke at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday. She joins Elaine Quijano for a closer look at the Democratic Party and how she believes Joe Biden can secure victory..
Senator Baldwin: "Wisconsin voters are very aware of President Trump's failures"President Trump made a campaign stop in Wisconsin on Monday where he continued his attacks on Democrats as they kicked off the Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee. Wisconsin Senator Tammy..
Kamala Harris and the political rise of the Indian American communitySenator Kamala Harris will be the first person of Indian heritage to be nominated for vice president on a major party ticket. Axios reported on the political implications her nomination has for over 4..
What to expect on night 2 of the Democratic National ConventionThe Democratic National Convention continues on Tuesday night with speeches from former President Bill Clinton, Jill BIden and several other big names. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe, CBSN..
Biden unveils economic recovery plan as Trump signs Hispanic prosperity initiativeAs the Labor Department released new unemployment numbers, a Monmouth University poll reveals a sharp shift in views on race along party lines. CBS News 2020 campaign reporter Nicole Sganga joins..
U.S. official: Attack on Saudi oil facilities was launched from southern IranA senior U.S. official tells CBS News national security correspondent David Martin that the U.S. has identified the exact locations from which a combination of more than 20 drones and cruise missiles..
Tulsi Gabbard: There's no circumstance where I won't support Democratic nomineeHawaii Congresswoman and Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard returned to the campaign trail this week after two weeks on active duty deployment with the National Guard. Rep. Gabbard spoke..