Coronavirus concerns have forced the entertainment industry to delay and reimagine their biggest awards shows. The pandemic has also prompted changes to the rules about who is eligible for Hollywood's big prizes. CBS News' Chris Martinez takes a look at what fans can expect this year.
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Dr. Theresa Price founded the Black College Expo to open doors and create opportunities for underserved, underrepresented students. Each year lives are changed when students get accepted to college with scholarships on the spot. As part of the "CBS This Morning" series, A More Perfect Union, Jamie Yuccas reports.
As long as TikTok is owned by a Chinese company, national security experts say the popular video-sharing app is a risk to Americans.
It's billed itself as "the last sunny corner on the internet," but is TikTok really a tool for China to obtain troves of data on Americans? Bill Whitaker reports.
Some 730,000 people applied for jobless aid last week, the fewest in months but still above Great Recession levels.
Scott Pelley reports from hospitals in New York City, the new epicenter for COVID-19. Doctors describe how some patients with the disease can deteriorate suddenly and require lifesaving intensive care.
The Black Veterans Project co-founder and executive director Richard Brookshire joined CBSN to discuss the importance of initiatives supporting veterans of color and the legacy of inequality within the ranks.
An NBA star and Memphis hero is gunned down and dumped in the woods. Who killed Lorenzen Wright? CBS News special correspondent James Brown has the very latest on a surprise development in one of the city's biggest murder cases.
Malaysia has deported over 1,000 people back to Myanmar, directly going against an earlier court order to halt the process. Meanwhile, in Greece, doctors and health care workers protested the “suffocating” conditions at hospitals amid the pandemic. CBS News foreign correspondent Ian Lee joins CBSN AM to discuss these stories and more international news headlines.
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