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Face The Nation: Clyburn, Brinkley, Parnes

Missed the second half of the show? The latest on...Democratic Rep. Jim Clyburn of South Carolina says he is concerned about the potential impact that misinformation could have on the elections in November, citing the use of artificial intelligence to mimic President Biden's voice in New Hampshire. Douglas Brinkley, a presidential historian and author of "The Unfinished Presidency," and Amie Parnes, a national political reporter whose latest book "Lucky" chronicles President Biden's 2020 campaign, discuss the 2024 presidential race, and a celebration last week in Kansas City that was meant to mark the Chiefs' win in the Super Bowl took a horrifying turn when a burst of gunfire killed one person and injured nearly two dozen others. CBS News senior national correspondent Mark Strassmann reports.


What we know about Chiefs parade shooting

Lisa Lopez-Galvan, a mother of two, has been identified as the person killed in the shooting after the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl parade on Wednesday. Kansas City radio station KKFI, where Lopez-Galvan worked as a DJ, announced her death on Facebook. CBS News correspondent Charlie De Mar reports on what we know about the shooting. And Eric Bunch, a Kansas City councilman who was at the parade with his children, joined CBS News to describe what he witnessed.

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