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Climate change making hurricanes more intense

As climate change progresses, reports show it makes hurricanes more destructive and intense. Gabriel Vecchi, a geoscience professor, director of The High Meadows Environmental Institute and deputy director of the Cooperative Institute for Modeling the Earth System at Princeton University, joins "CBS News Mornings" to detail how climate change is impacting hurricanes and what can be done in response to the more severe natural disasters.


How will history judge former President Trump?

A panel of historians is releasing its third collection of essays analyzing and assessing the accomplishments and failures of a presidential administration. But for the first time, a former president, Donald Trump, spoke to the historians to offer his own take on his time in office. Correspondent Rita Braver talks with Princeton University's Julian Zelizer, who assembled the panel, and with the academics who unpack history's first judgment of the 45th president.


Growing support for Asian Americans

In the wake of last week's shootings in Georgia, more communities are coming together to stand in solidarity with Asian Americans. It's been a galvanizing moment for those within the AAPI community, following a significant spike in anti-Asian racism and discrimination. Last year, the FBI warned of a potential surge in crimes against the community, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Anne Cheng, professor of English and American studies at Princeton University, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss.

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