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The political fight over how to vote during the coronavirus pandemic; Then, faulty COVID-19 antibody tests complicating efforts to know the reach of coronavirus; And, should you be taking probiotics?
Probiotics, manufactured mixtures of "good bacteria" that help digest food, have become a growing multibillion-dollar industry. But do they work?
A 60 Minutes investigation has found that federal officials knew many COVID-19 antibody testing kits had flaws, but allowed them to enter the U.S. market.
As COVID-19 cases rise across the country, election officials are weighing changes to how we should vote. Democrats want to expand mail-in voting. President Trump says it's prone to fraud, even though he votes absentee.
The documentary filmmaker talks about the role that the sport of baseball has played in American society, especially in times of crisis.
Since 2006, Guy Fieri, host of Food Network's "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives," has taken his cherry-red Camaro to joints across America … and since the coronavirus pandemic landed a hard blow to the restaurant industry, he has helped raise millions in relief for restaurant workers left jobless. Correspondent Mo Rocca talks with the chef, restaurateur and bestselling cookbook author.
She's been compared to some of the greatest singers of our time, and was named Time’s 2019 Entertainer of the Year. Melissa Jefferson, better known as Lizzo, sat down with correspondent Tracy Smith to discuss overcoming bouts of poverty, homelessness, and crippling self-doubt, and how her high school band teacher gave her the focus she needed to make her mark. (Originally broadcast October 3, 2019.)
Drug industry heavyweights and not-so-well-known biotech firms are pushing to create a COVID-19 vaccine, and thousands of people have signed up to take part in clinical drug trials, despite the hazards. But what are the technical, ethical and political obstacles to coming up with an effective and safe vaccine quickly? Martha Teichner reports.
With more time on our hands during quarantine, deep spring cleaning has swept the country, including with our own Jane Pauley, who found a handy tool just perfect for brightening those pesky baseboards. She also talks with Cheryl Mendelson, who wrote the book on housekeeping, "Home Comforts"; and with Nicole Keith, president of the American College of Sports Medicine, who explains why cleaning is good for your physical AND mental health.
"The recent social unrest in our community and our country has only underscored the need for us to keep improving as an organization on issues of social justice," the team said.
The recent national debate over racism renewed calls for the franchise to change the name, and sponsors started mounting their own pressure
Coronavirus cases are rising in 37 states, a dramatic turn that's now leading health officials to warn the outbreak will spiral further out of control if Americans don't stay home this weekend.
In America, you can get almost anything in a drive-thru – now, including one very happy spiel: The oath of allegiance to become a U.S. Citizen.
Three officers from the Aurora Police Department have been fired over a photo reenacting the chokehold that preceded Elijah McClain's death.
The National Institutes of Health director said "people are a little uneasy about the government calling the shots here"
Shows and movies you'll want to stream soon.
A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who'd touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity
National parks are finally reopening after weeks of COVID-19-related shutdowns. Here's where all 62 of them rank in popularity.
The death of George Floyd during an arrest in Minnesota sparked widespread outrage and days of protests.
Though tornados have been documented throughout the year, the traditional tornado season lasts from March through June.
After talking to the students on his bus about history, he realized he wanted to do it even more – as a history teacher.
"I never could repay it. If she needed it, I'd give her my right arm," Jeff said.
He said wished he could have told his "ancestors when they were breaking their backs in 1820 to build this house that 200 years later a free gay black man was going to own it."
When he lost the ring his brother gave him, Bill Fitty went to "Merman Mike" – and the diver was up to the challenge
Jack Powers said some neighbors didn't even ask him to mow their lawns – they were just happy to donate.
Many take to social media to express their thanks to the fathers in their lives — including the families of some of the world's most famous people.