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Finding yourself working from home, and keeping yourself socially-distant? David Pogue offers some tips on how to most effectively do your job (including a video-chat app called Zoom); and talks - remotely - with Dr. Sanam Hafeez, a neuropsychologist, about maintaining social contacts during the coronavirus pandemic. (And yes, cats have right-of-way on your laptop.)
With the friction between treating COVID-19 and protecting the populace from infection vs. reopening businesses, testing for immunity to coronavirus is urgently vital. Dr. Jon LaPook explains the importance of serology (or antibody) testing for the virus, and why it needs to be done now.
As the global economy enters an unprecedented shutdown during the coronavirus outbreak, CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger talks with Nobel Prize-winning economics expert Joseph Stiglitz; Michael Goodman, president of the investment management firm Wealthstream Advisors; and Jake Dell, owner of New York City's venerable Katz's Delicatessen, about weathering the economic storm. She also talks with improv actor Ed Herbstman, whose Magnet Theater - shuttered by the pandemic - is now being forced to improvise.
As COVID-19 cases increase, hospitals are preparing for a situation in which the number of patients far exceeds doctors' supply of medical equipment needed to keep them alive. Senior contributor Ted Koppel looks at the agonizing life-and-death choices hospitals soon may be facing.
Critic David Edelstein on the new streaming reality for the forcibly homebound, offering increased opportunities to see cinematic works of art, both first-run and classic, as we practice social-distancing.
The Coronavirus Task Force is holding a briefing at the White House.
On this "Face the Nation" broadcast, we sat down with Dr. Scott Gottlieb and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin
The total number of cases in the U.S. increased to more than 124,000, with more than 2,100 deaths, including an infant in Illinois.
The following is a transcript of an interview with Mayo Clinic CEO Gianrico Farrugia that aired Sunday, March 29, 2020, on "Face the Nation."
Gottlieb seemed to split from President Trump, who wants to reopen the U.S. economy, as early as April 12, and said it's "too early" to lift restrictions.
The following is a transcript of an interview with former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb that aired Sunday, March 29, 2020, on "Face the Nation."
Shows and movies you'll want to stream soon.
The book "Picture: Muhammad Ali," featuring rare photographs of the boxing legend taken by staff photographers of the Louisville Courier-Journal, covers the entire length of "The Greatest"'s career
A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who'd touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity
New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami – which city has the worst traffic? And where does your home city rank?
Through art, flowers and other tributes, fans worldwide are showing their love for the late basketball star.
Some kids went straight to the phone to thank the pharmacists and the fire chiefs and the nurses tending to grandparents in memory care. Others used sidewalk chalk to thank their mail carriers.
The pop stars are lending a hand to those suffering a great financial loss during the deadly pandemic.
Social distancing can be lonely, but many Americans found the perfect solution — fostering a pet in need.
Here's how the staff at South Carolina HBCU Benedict College helped 123 students make it to their homes during the coronavirus pandemic.
The effort by the New Orleans Saints quarterback and his wife is one of the biggest celebrity contributions so far during the deadly pandemic.
Because of social distancing, there were no hugs, but she knew she had to congratulate Kaitlyn Watson on her achievement.