'The Virus Infects The Heart Itself': Cardiologist Says COVID-19 Linked To Variety Of Cardiovascular AilmentsCardiologist Dr. Jennifer Haythe discusses the impact of the novel coronavirus on the heart and the long term impact the virus can have on your health.
'Cinemas Are Terrified Because They Haven't Figured Out How To Adapt Their Model For Streaming': CNET's Joan E. Solsman On The Future Of Movie TheatersWhat are the future of movie theaters? CNET senior writer Joan E. Solsman answers that questions and explains how COVID-19 has changed the movie industry forever.
'We Know This Is A Recession, But We Don't Want This To Go Into Depression Territory,' Says Economics ProfessorWith the first round of economic stimulus running out, millions of Americans are about to take a massive hit to their household budget.
United States Economy Shrinks By Record 32.9 Percent In Second QuarterThe United States economy endured its worst quarter in recorded history this past spring, brought on by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Doctor Warns Focus On COVID-19 Causing 'Disruption' In Cancer Screenings, Treatments: 'Resources, Attention Has Been Diverted Away'The President of the Cancer Treatment Centers of America discusses the impact of COVID-19 on cancer treatments and screenings and the main concerns right now for cancer patients.
Will You See A Second Stimulus Payment?A second stimulus payment seemed unlikely after the first stimulus led to economic gains but has a good chance now as the virus spikes and recovery stalls.

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Trump signs executive actions on economic impact of coronavirusPresident Trump signed executive actions focused on the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic -- but will they be effective? CBS News White House correspondent Ben Tracy joins CBSN to talk about what they include and why they are controversial.
Strategies for safely reopening schools amid coronvavirus pandemicStudents and teachers at multiple schools have already been forced to quarantine following positive COVID-19 test results as in-person classes resume. Joseph Allen, an assistant professor at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, joined CBSN to discuss school reopening strategies and recommendations from the Harvard Global Health Institute.
Trolls doll removed from stores after complaintsHasbro says it's pulling a Trolls doll called Poppy from store shelves after receiving complaints about an inappropriately-placed button under the doll's skirt. CBSN's Anne-Marie Green has details.
Will a coronavirus vaccine reach those at highest risk?The United States hit yet another grim milestone in the coronavirus pandemic, with more than 5 million cases confirmed. Dr. Uché Blackstock joins CBSN to discuss the latest developments, including the push to get at-risk communities onboard with a vaccine.
Is COVID-19 making Black birth more complicated?Black communities have long been working to make pregnancy and birth safe and joyful experiences. But could the pandemic put them at an even higher risk?
Hasbro removing Trolls doll after complaintsHasbro is offering to replace the Poppy doll for anyone who wants a different one.
"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 8/9Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Jill Schlesinger looks at what educators and students may expect when colleges and universities open for the fall semester. Plus: Rita Braver profiles Dr. Jill Biden; Jim Axelrod focuses on the work of an official White House photographer, Pulitzer Prize-winner David Hume Kennerly; Jane Pauley sits down with singer-songwriter James Taylor; Kelefa Sanneh explores the rise in popularity of RVs during the pandemic; Mark Phillips looks at how Britain is re-examining its slave-trading past; Jim Gaffigan acquires a green thumb; and Lee Cowan visits artist Bradley Hart, whose paintings incorporate an unusual medium: bubble wrap.
8/9: O'Brien, Lucas, Lamont, Gottlieb, Evans, SalvantoThis week on "Face the Nation", new coronavirus cases decline in the U.S. but the death toll rises. Congress and the White House fail to strike a deal, and the president decides to go it alone.
How Biden's running mate and upcoming convention could alter the 2020 racePresumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden is expected to announce his running mate any time now. Many activists are pushing the 77-year-old to choose a Black woman, as protests against systemic racism grip the country. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe reports from Washington, and CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns joins CBSN to discuss the latest developments in the race.
Chacey Poynter: Witness to MurderThe woman at the center of a case prosecutors said was all about ”sex, lies, money and murder” tells her story to "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant.
CBS Evening News, August 7, 2020Cuomo will allow New York schools to reopen; 9-year-old Florida boy inspires community to adopt older pets
"Major" explosion in Baltimore kills woman, destroys homesA woman died and two people were seriously injured in the Monday morning explosion, fire officials say.

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St. Louis County allows youth sport to practice but games still on holdYouth sports can now practice again in St. Louis County, County Executive Sam Page announced in his Monday press conference.
Houses explode in Baltimore, trapping people insideFirefighters converged on the disaster scene, where the natural gas explosion reduced to the homes to piles of rubble and pieces of debris over a wide area.
Up to 5,000 St. Louis County residents to be surveyed, tested to determine COVID-19 trendsWashington University is teaming up with St. Louis County to conduct a coronavirus survey of up to 5,000 residents to examine the current state and risk factors of outbreak.
Amazon may take over old JCPenneys and Sears to try and speed up deliveriesAmazon may replace closed department stores at struggling malls.
2 dead in separate North City shootings SaturdayPolice say two people were shot and killed and in less than an hour in north St. Louis City Saturday afternoon.
4Warn Forecast: Heat Advisory and storm potential MondayMonday: High 95. Partly cloudy with a heat index up to 107 in the afternoon. Scattered to numerous storms likely during the evening, with a hail, wind and flash flood threat. Current storm timing across the area looks to be…
Assaulting a worker who's enforcing masks is now a felony under a new Illinois lawAnyone who assaults an employee enforcing the use of masks can now be prosecuted as aggravated battery in Illinois.
Man leads police on chase into St. Charles County field; dies after shootout with officersA burglary suspect who led police on a chase through St. Charles County Friday afternoon died after exchanging gunfire with officers at the end of the pursuit.
McDonald's is suing its ousted CEO for lying about sexual relationships with employeesOusted McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook lied to the board about the extent of his relationships with employees, the company alleged in a new lawsuit. He misled investigators about engaging in physical sexual relationships with three employees in the year before…
CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Suspect drives off cliff during police pursuitA man was seriously injured after police say he drove off a cliff while fleeing from them in Washington.
Georgia school seen in viral photo temporarily closes after 9 students and staff members test positive for coronavirusA Georgia high school that came under scrutiny last week when a student shared a photo of a crowded hallway will temporarily move to virtual learning after it reported nine cases of Covid-19, according to a letter the school district…
Welcome home, Arlydia: Kinloch firefighter shot inside Applebee's to recieve welcome home paradeArlydia Bufford, 20, has been released from the hospital and is continuing to recover and undergoing physical therapy at a rehabilitation center in the area, Kinloch police announced.

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Mystery seeds from China are landing in Americans' mailboxesU.S. agriculture officials are warning residents not to plant or even touch the unsolicited seeds, which have now been found in all 50 states.
U.S. to withdraw 12,000 American troops from GermanyDefense Secretary Mark Esper said 5,600 troops would be redeployed to other NATO countries and 6,400 would return to the U.S.
Rome Opera has COVID-19 friendly opening night at ancient chariot racing siteAs early as 2,800 years ago, Romans would flock to the Circus Maximus to be entertained with chariot races. Now, the ancient site has been transformed into an outdoor venue for the Rome Opera House's summer season. Chris Livesay talks to soprano Rosa Feola about how Circus Maximus is the savior of Italian Opera.
Suspicious seeds sent from China found in Americans' mailboxes across several statesFederal authorities are on alert for suspicious foreign packages containing seeds, sent to dozens of Americans across the country. People in several states have claimed to receive unexpected deliveries from China containing the various unmarked seeds. The USDA has now put out a warning urging those who have received the packages not to open them.
U.S. charges ex-Twitter employees with spying for Saudi ArabiaFormerly facing 2 charges, the men now stand accused of 7 offenses related to alleged snooping on Twitter users critical of Saudi royals.
Europe grapples with coronavirus 2nd wave worriesAbout a month after travel restrictions were eased, COVID-19 cases are spiking in Spain and a few other places.