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Chris Christie Admits He Was ‘Wrong’ to Not Wear a Mask
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Higher U.S. jobless claims fuel economic angst
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Amid record early votes, a battle over ballots
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Apple's new 'iPhone 12' has a 5G problem
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Trump faces a 'Gray Revolt' among older voters
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Trump says catching COVID-19 a 'blessing from God'
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COVID-19 dominates Pence-Harris VP debate
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Most Americans Disapprove of Trump's Response to Contracting COVID-19, Poll Says
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Donald Trump returns to White House after hospital admission for Covid-19
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Back at White House, Trump says don't fear COVID
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Donald Trump leaves hospital after coronavirus treatment
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Justin Bieber Sends Crocs' Share Price Soaring
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Americans react following first presidential debate
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Less Americans Will Celebrate Halloween
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Since You're Probably Stuck Inside Anyway, Here's How To Self-Tan Your Face
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Frugal Grocery Shopping's Compromise Hack
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Americans applying for jobless aid drops to 797,000Fewer workers are filing for first-time unemployment benefits, a sign the COVID labor market is picking up.
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Who needs a second round of stimulus checks the most?Millions of Americans are waiting for lawmakers on Capitol Hill to come to an agreement on a second coronavirus stimulus package. It's been months now since funds from the original CARES Act ran out...
Racism turned their neighborhood into 'Cancer Alley.' Now they're dying from COVID-19.Americans living in "Cancer Alley" suffer from high rates of cancer. In this six-part series, USA TODAY investigates how racism fuels COVID-19 deaths.
COVID-19 cases are surging and experts say it could get worseExperts are warning that they expect to see newly confirmed cases of coronavirus soar in the coming weeks, and that Americans should brace for a several "tough months" ahead. Dr. Luiza Petre, a..
There's still no stimulus deal. What does that mean for you?Another stimulus package is still in negotiation, delaying urgently needed COVID-19 relief to Americans at a time of financial hardship for millions.
Dave Matthews on importance of voting, how voters can get ready for electionWith under two weeks until the election, Dave Matthews and other big-name musicians are teaming up with HeadCount to make sure Americans are ready to vote. Matthews tells "CBS This Morning" about how..
'No more excuses': Toronto Raptors coach Nick Nurse urging Americans in Canada to voteToronto Raptors coach Nick Nurse has joined with his team in a very public campaign to get Americans living in Canada to vote.
The 'shocking' impact of COVID-19: Americans, young and old, have lost 2.5 million years of life, Harvard researcher saysCOVID-19 has cost Americans 2.5 million years of life and roughly half that loss comes from people who died in middle age, Harvard scientist says.
What will sway Americans to take a COVID-19 vaccine? Efficacy, adverse effects and politics, survey saysAccording to the survey of nearly 2,000 adults, people were most swayed by vaccine efficacy, adverse effects, duration of protection and politics.
Americans want their vote to count. Here's what voters need to know about their rightsAs the Nov. 3 election approaches, the fear and cynicism among American voters is undeniable. Here's what you should know before voting.
Americans face financial hardship as Congress debates COVID-19 aidFrustration is growing as Congress tries to agree on money for coronavirus testing, unemployment benefits and schools. Janet Shamlian reports.
When retirement arrives sooner than expected: What to do, what to knowAlthough Americans typically assume they will retire when they want, and on their own terms, many are in for a surprise
How art, history and philanthropy can bridge Americans' political divisionsBy elevating public discourse through art, culture, philanthropy and faith traditions, we can begin to heal our divisions.
Dentists expected to raise fees, exit family practices as pandemic keeps patients away despite safety measuresMillions of Americans are delaying dental appointments due to concerns about the coronavirus, prompting increased fees and fewer family practices.
FLICC: One acronym communication experts use to identify misinformation onlineSince Twitter began to ramp up its efforts to stop the spread of misinformation online, at least eight of President Trump's tweets have been flagged for misleading information. John Cook, a research..
China Threatens to Detain Americans if U.S. Prosecutes Chinese ScholarsAmerican officials said China had insisted that the Justice Department not proceed with cases against the arrested scholars, who are in the Chinese military and face charges of visa fraud.
John Dickerson on the perils of pollsAs we get closer to Election Day, and after millions of Americans have already cast their ballots in early voting, John Dickerson of "60 Minutes" reflects on the uncertainty of political polling, and..
"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 10/18Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, David Pogue looks at how extreme weather events are bringing the issue of climate change home to more and more Americans. Plus: Serena Altschul talks with..
Who's undecided? Donald Trump's toughest hurdle to pull off a win: Most minds are made upFew Americans say they are undecided about who they will vote for this election, posing a problem for Presidential Donald Trump as early turnout soars.
US and Italy – current and former COVID-19 epicenters – are worlds apart in pandemic approachFrom leaders on down, Italians have reacted very differently than Americans when it comes to COVID-19, including major mask-wearing.
Biden draws higher ratings than Trump in dueling town hallsMore Americans watched Biden on ABC than Trump on NBC, MSNBC and CNBC combined, according to Nielsen data.
Tackling food insecurity in the U.S. as hunger grows due to COVID-19 panddemicMillions of Americans are living without adequate access to food, and with the surging number of cases of COVID-19 nationwide we are seeing growing issues with food security. The Rockefeller Foundation..
A Regulatory Rush by Federal Agencies to Secure Trump’s LegacyWith the president’s re-election in doubt, cabinet departments are scrambling to finish dozens of new rules affecting millions of Americans.
AP Poll: Voters see Trump reelection dividing USThe overwhelming majority of Americans believe the nation is divided about its most important values, and most say those divisions would worsen should President Donald Trump win a second term,..
Winter is coming: How can I stay safe indoors from the coronavirus during cold seasons?Health experts are concerned coronavirus cases could spike again as cooler temperatures from the fall and winter force Americans back indoors.
Families face financial devastation amid economic fallout from coronavirusAs millions of Americans struggle to pay bills during the coronavirus pandemic, talks on a new round of federal relief remain stuck in neutral. Carter Evans reports.
AP-NORC Poll: Voters skeptical of Trump's healthLess than 3 weeks from Election Day, a majority of Americans are highly critical of President Donald Trump's handling of both the coronavirus pandemic and his own infection, according to a new poll..
Obama urges Americans to vote early"It could come down to a handful of voters just like you," former President Obama said.
Americans torn between taking a vacation and avoiding the coronavirus, surveys findAAA and Travelocity, in separate surveys, found travelers are wary of the coronavirus but some may still make fall or holiday trips.
Trump's move to ban racial sensitivity training cements his desire to divide AmericansTrump is desperate to silence Americans who want to engage, grow and become better friends and co-workers. His desire to stifle our progress will fail.
Dr. Fauci on COVID surge, Trump's recovery, holiday travel and more - Full interviewDr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, tells CBS Evening News anchor and managing editor Norah O'Donnell that Americans need to "double down" on mask-wearing and social..
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Why Americans must be patient while votes are counted in this year's electionRegardless of whether ballots are cast in person or through the mail, every vote cast in accordance with applicable laws must count.
The FBI Declassified: The Spies Next DoorThe investigation and capture of Russian spies living as Americans. Russian spies living as Americans. Could they be your neighbors? How the FBI stopped a potential threat to national security.
Joe Biden Aims to Erode Trump's Florida Support Among Older VotersVisiting the Democratic stronghold of Broward County, Joe Biden argued that the president viewed older Americans who are at higher risk of the coronavirus as “expendable.”
'Family, Interrupted' Series Interviews Households Under Stress“Family, Interrupted,” a new interview series from our National desk, takes readers inside the upside-down lives of pandemic-weary Americans.
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How the FBI took down Russian spies posing as AmericansFor a decade, the FBI monitored a network of Russian spies masquerading as normal American families in an investigation called "Operation Ghost Stories."
Marc Morial: To heal our nation, Americans need to recommit to shared valuesOne of the most powerful means of assuring racial and social justice lies in building a shared sense of American values and commitment to each other.
Trump made it hard for me to protect America. How could I vote for him again? How could anyone?My job was to keep Americans safe and Trump was my biggest obstacle. He ignored white nationalist violence, ignored COVID-19, and nearly started a war.
Stocks are soaring, but most Black people are missing outDistrust of a predominately white financial industry is just one reason many Black Americans choose not to invest.
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'Like we're going into quarantine': Americans plan to stockpile food this fall over fears of COVID-19 surge, election unrestSlightly more than half of Americans say they are stockpiling food or plan to because of fears of a COVID-19 surge and unrest around the election.
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