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Long-term symptoms plague COVID 'Long-Haulers'; Student enrollment down during pandemic; Checking in on the 90+ Study on aging
As school started this fall during the pandemic, some of the largest school districts saw an unprecedented decrease in student enrollment. Sharyn Alfonsi reports on how districts mobilized to get kids in school this fall.
Six years after our initial report, Lesley Stahl visits surviving members of the 90+ Study and finds out what scientists have learned from following the study's participants.
Doctors are still searching for answers to why a portion of people who were diagnosed with COVID-19 are still suffering symptoms months later. Anderson Cooper reports.
COVID-19 has deepened our nation's hunger crisis. Since the pandemic started, as many as seven million people have enrolled in the federal government's food stamp program, and many are relying on food banks for the first time to feed their families. Correspondent Lee Cowan visits San Antonio, Texas, to find out how charitable organizations there are stepping up to feed the demand.
In Italy, tortellini in broth is traditionally a comfort food for the holidays. In 2020, this comforting dish – so simple, yet complex – is welcome in any season. Correspondent Seth Doane talks with chef and cookbook author Rolando Beramendi, and visits restaurants in Florence and Bologna for lessons in how this pasta favorite is made.
The oldest continuously-running Chinese restaurant in the United States, the Pekin Noodle Parlor, has been feeding customers in Butte, Montana, since 1911. Correspondent Luke Burbank visits the multi-generational family business and takes a step into culinary history.
As the pandemic forced chef Vikas Khanna to put much of his cooking empire on hold, the Michelin star-winning restaurateur, cookbook author and TV host has mobilized an army half a world away to battle hunger in his native India. His #FeedIndia initiative has provided 50 million meals so far, all coordinated from his New York City apartment. Correspondent Jim Axelrod reports.
The rainbow cookie, a favorite tri-colored treat – traditionally made in honor of the Italian flag – gets a stylish update incorporating all the colors of the rainbow. New Yorker magazine contributor Kelefa Sanneh takes a bite.
Job losses may accelerate, experts warn, if Washington politicians fail to pass a stimulus bill by the end of the year.
Senator David Perdue bought stocks as the coronavirus began ravaging the United States.
If the 2020 pandemic showed us anything, it's the importance of an emergency fund. Here's how to build yours in 2021.
Between Hallmark and Lifetime, 74 holiday movies are premiering this season. At least five of them feature LGBTQ+ couples.
The temporary ban on measures imposed by New York state on religious gatherings won't actually have an impact now as restrictions have been eased in the state.
Millions of Americans are heading for a "bleak winter" without additional financial relief from U.S., economists say.
Biden is projected to win the electoral votes needed to be declared the 46th president of the United States.
A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who'd touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity
Shows and movies you'll want to stream soon.
The Central Idaho Dark Sky Reserve, draped over nearly one million acres of wilderness areas and the Sawtooth National Forest, is a major draw for amateur astrophotographers capturing the heavens
The American Kennel Club has released its latest list of the nation's most beloved breeds.
The FarmLink Project collects food from the fields and delivers it to pantries running on empty.
The owner of a deli in Saratoga Springs, New York, said he's given away dozens of chickens to families ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.
This year, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the pair celebrated a little differently — and there was an empty seat at the table.
While Thanksgiving 2020 be different than celebrations from past years, many are taking the time to pause and reflect on what they are still grateful for.
"Andre came to our rescue. And I want to be able to do that for somebody else if I can," the restaurant owner said.
"One of my coworkers described it as a light in the COVID darkness, which I think is perfect," said nurse Ciara Sase.