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Summer camp resorts to "virtual campfires" during pandemic

Summer camp resorts to "virtual campfires" during pandemic

Even during a "normal summer," camps have to prepare for challenges running from poison ivy to severe weather to emotional challenges like homesickness.
Trump adviser sparks anger with reference to "human capital stock"

Trump adviser sparks anger with reference to "human capital stock"

Bloodless technical term provokes backlash on social media, although it's standard among economists.
Trump administration leaves testing to states as businesses reopen

Trump administration leaves testing to states as businesses reopen

As many Americans took advantage of the three-day weekend to visit beaches and newly reopened businesses, the World Health Organization warned moving too fast could lead to an "immediate second peak"
NBA considers resuming season in July at Disney World; "60 Minutes Sports" to air timeless stories

NBA considers resuming season in July at Disney World; "60 Minutes Sports" to air timeless stories

In this week's Tuesday Morning Quarterback, James Brown explains how the NBA hopes to use Disney to start the season back up. Plus, the life and legacy of Utah Jazz coach Jerry Sloan is celebrated. JB
COVID-19 puts summer camp plans on hold

COVID-19 puts summer camp plans on hold

The coronavirus pandemic has forced many camps around the country to cancel their summer 2020 session. Mitch Reiter, the owner and director of Camp Towanda in Pennsylvania, joined CBSN to discuss what
Videographer refuses refund after bride dies before wedding

Videographer refuses refund after bride dies before wedding

The videography company created a website using the groom's name, writing: "If we knew he was going to shake us down, we would have charged a higher deposit."
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says expect "pain" in new economy

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says expect "pain" in new economy

Governor Andrew Cuomo warned Tuesday that New Yorkers are "going to see pain" as the economy comes back from the coronavirus pandemic. Speaking at the New York Stock Exchange in Manhattan, Cuomo said
Doctors warn of potentially deadly blood clots in COVID-19 patients

Doctors warn of potentially deadly blood clots in COVID-19 patients

Doctors are warning about the mysterious and dangerous problem of blood clotting among some coronavirus patients. CBS News senior medical correspondent Dr. Tara Narula explores the new symptom and a
WHO pauses hydroxychloroquine from drug study, warns of possible "second peak" of coronavirus

WHO pauses hydroxychloroquine from drug study, warns of possible "second peak" of coronavirus

The World Health Organization (WHO) has temporarily suspended the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine from a global trial for COVID-19 treatments for a safety review. Dr. David Agus joins "CBS This
"I can't breathe!": Minneapolis man dies after police confrontation

"I can't breathe!": Minneapolis man dies after police confrontation

The FBI is looking into the death of a black man after he was stopped by police in Minneapolis. Video of the confrontation shows a white officer with his knee pinning down the man's neck. CBS News
Cuomo says "you're going to see pain" as economy reopens

Cuomo says "you're going to see pain" as economy reopens

The governor said Monday that though hospitalizations, intubations and other metrics are down, there were still an additional 96 coronavirus-related deaths.
Blood thinners being used to treat coronavirus-linked blood clots

Blood thinners being used to treat coronavirus-linked blood clots

Mount Sinai launched an observational study using nearly 3,000 coronavirus patients, and found that using blood thinners as a preventative measure was helpful to avoiding blood clots.
Trump on Twitter mocks Biden for wearing a face mask

Trump on Twitter mocks Biden for wearing a face mask

The CDC recommends it, but the president mocks it.
DOJ raises concerns with Nevada restrictions on religious services

DOJ raises concerns with Nevada restrictions on religious services

Assistant Attorney General Eric Dreiband warned Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak his directives may treat religious organizations differently from other businesses.
Stars who played real people

Stars who played real people

These famous faces played celebrities, historical figures and more.
New York Stock Exchange reopens trading floor

New York Stock Exchange reopens trading floor

The New York Stock Exchange has reopened its trading floor. Trading has been happening online since March 23, but some traders are back at work in person today with safety precautions in place.
Risks of putting COVID-19 social distancing measures on hold

Risks of putting COVID-19 social distancing measures on hold

Dr. Dyan Hes joined CBSN to discuss the impact crowded Memorial Day festivities could have in the coming weeks.
Afghans free 900 Taliban prisoners in hope of extended ceasefire

Afghans free 900 Taliban prisoners in hope of extended ceasefire

A truce called for the Muslim holiday of Eid has held, and the insurgent group is raising hopes it may be extended.
Black man dies after Minneapolis police officer pins him to the ground by his neck

Black man dies after Minneapolis police officer pins him to the ground by his neck

Two Minneapolis police officers are on paid administrative leave pending an investigation into disturbing video that shows one of them pinning a black suspect to the ground, before the man appears to
White woman calls police after black man asks her to leash dog

White woman calls police after black man asks her to leash dog

A white woman was caught on camera calling the police on an African American man at Central Park in New York City, falsely claiming that he was threatening her life. The man initially asked the woman,