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Jailed for Abortion in El Salvador

Jailed for Abortion in El Salvador

At a moment when Roe v. Wade appears more vulnerable than ever to legal challenges, this half-hour documentary goes to El Salvador, where harsh laws offer a glimpse into what an abortion ban can look
Senate seats Democrats and Republicans are hoping to flip

Senate seats Democrats and Republicans are hoping to flip

There are 35 seats up for election in 2020, and Democrats are hoping to crack the GOP's slim 53-47 majority in November.
China ignores U.S. threats and claims new powers over Hong Kong

China ignores U.S. threats and claims new powers over Hong Kong

Trump administration warned Beijing's adoption of new laws in Hong Kong would bring "significant consequences." But China never flinched.
Protests over George Floyd's death turn deadly in Minneapolis

Protests over George Floyd's death turn deadly in Minneapolis

Demonstrators furious about George Floyd's death confronted officers. Man fatally shot nearby. Mayor asked for National Guard's help. Cops used tear gas and rubber bullets.
Disney and SeaWorld theme parks unveil plans to reopen in Florida

Disney and SeaWorld theme parks unveil plans to reopen in Florida

Disney World and SeaWorld Orlando presented their plans for phased reopenings before an Orange County, Florida, task force Wednesday. CBS affiliate WKMG-TV's Lauren Cervantes has the details.
CBS Evening News, May 27, 2020

CBS Evening News, May 27, 2020

U.S. coronavirus death toll surpasses 100,000; Texas high school holds graduation ceremony at speedway
Double murder suspect arrested after multistate manhunt

Double murder suspect arrested after multistate manhunt

The manhunt for the 23-year-old college senior had spanned Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maryland.
AIDS activist and "The Normal Heart" playwright Larry Kramer dies at 84

AIDS activist and "The Normal Heart" playwright Larry Kramer dies at 84

Larry Kramer, the playwright whose angry voice and pen raised theatergoers' consciousness about AIDS and roused thousands to militant protests in the early years of the epidemic, has died at 84. CBS
CDC warns about accuracy of antibody tests

CDC warns about accuracy of antibody tests

"Serologic test results should not be used to make decisions about returning persons to the workplace," the CDC said on its website.
Trump and Cuomo discuss infrastructure spending, funding for states at White House

Trump and Cuomo discuss infrastructure spending, funding for states at White House

President Trump met with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo at the White House Wednesday. The two discussed potential infrastructure spending and funding for states impacted by the coronavirus. Politico
SpaceX takes over small community in Texas

SpaceX takes over small community in Texas

SpaceX broke ground on a facility in Boca Chica, Texas, in 2014. While the move has brought some economic development to the area, there's also been some concerns from residents who say SpaceX is
London Calling: Calls grow for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's adviser to resign

London Calling: Calls grow for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's adviser to resign

Dominic Cummings, a senior adviser to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, is being accused of defying the U.K.'s nationwide coronavirus lockdown. Now, the public is calling on him to resign. CBS
Manhunt widens for university student suspected of double murder

Manhunt widens for university student suspected of double murder

Peter Manfredonia, who is wanted for two murders in Connecticut, was last seen in Maryland and now the family's attorney has confirmed that Manfredonia has a history of mental health issues. Errol
Remembering the victims of COVID-19 as death toll reaches 100,000

Remembering the victims of COVID-19 as death toll reaches 100,000

The U.S. hit a grim milestone this week: 100,000 people have died from coronavirus since the start of the pandemic. The first death was 111 days ago. Each of those deaths deserves to be remembered,
Texas high school holds graduation ceremony at speedway

Texas high school holds graduation ceremony at speedway

For many students across the country, the end of this school year is not what they had in mind: the pandemic struck just as the Class of 2020 was nearing the finish line. However, some schools have
It would take a typical worker 169 years to amass a CEO's salary

It would take a typical worker 169 years to amass a CEO's salary

The median CEO pulled in $12.3 million last year, prior to the coronavirus-induced shutdown.
Trump mocks those wearing face masks, calling it "politically correct"

Trump mocks those wearing face masks, calling it "politically correct"

As the number of COVID-19 deaths reaches 100,000, President Trump continues to criticize people who wear face masks, calling it politically correct. Ben Tracy reports.
New video shows Minneapolis police arrest of George Floyd before death

New video shows Minneapolis police arrest of George Floyd before death

Four white officers involved in the death of George Floyd have been fired from the Minneapolis Police Department, but Mayor Jacob Frey is saying that one of the officers should be arrested for
High school holds graduation at Texas Motor Speedway

High school holds graduation at Texas Motor Speedway

Parents of students at Little Elm High School in north Texas were able to watch the ceremony from their cars.
2020 Daily Trail Markers: States focus on mail-in voting access

2020 Daily Trail Markers: States focus on mail-in voting access

The president thinks mail-in voting is "substantially fraudulent" but has not cited any proof.