States that suffered the most are recovering, but infections are still rising in others. CBS News’ Tom Hanson reports.

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U.S. Reaches 6.8 Million COVID-19 CasesStates that suffered the most are recovering, but infections are still rising in others. CBS News’ Tom Hanson reports.
President Trump Pushes To Name Successor To Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg QuicklyMeanwhile, Democrats are trying to scramble to stop any movement before the election. CBS News’ Paula Reid reports.
How Service Dogs, Trainers Are Adjusting To Social DistancingSocial distancing is especially difficult for the blind and visually impaired. CBS News’ Michael George shows us how service dogs and trainers are approaching.
Boeing Faces New Accusations About 737 MAX JetlinerThe model was grounded 18 months ago after two deadly crashes. This week, congressional investigators provided the most scathing account yet of what went wrong. CBS News’ Kris Van Cleave reports.
Political Battle Heats Up Over Replacement For Justice GinsburgA day after the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a political battle is shaping up over who will name her replacement. CBS News’ Natalie Brand reports from Washington.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Remembered As Equal Rights ChampionJustice Ginsburg shattered glass ceilings on her way to the nation’s highest court. CBS News’ Paula Reid reports.
Body Of Man Being Consumed By Bear Identified As Elgin ManIt is not clear if Patrick Madura was attacked by the bear at Great Smoky Mountains National Park or if the bear found him when he was already dead.
President Trump, Democratic Nominee Biden Focus On Battleground StatesThe COVID-19 pandemic remains a major campaign issue. CBS News' Tom Hanson reports.
Inside The California Wildfires With Former CBS 2 Anchors Jon Duncanson, Sylvia GomezThe wildfires in California continue to spew more flames and smoke as they now cover some 11,000 acres. Former CBS 2 anchor/reporters Jon Duncanson and Sylvia Gomez – who now live in Mill Valley, California – take us inside the wildfires.
Bob Woodward Reports President Trump Knew About How Deadly Coronavirus WasThe legendary journalist claims in his new book "Rage” that President Donald Trump knew the coronavirus was five times more deadly than the flu, even as he was publicly saying it wasn’t. CBS News’ Scott Pelley’s exclusive interview with Woodward can be seen this coming Sunday on “60 Minutes.”
UW-Madison Going To Remote Learning For Two WeeksThe university is also quarantining two dorms after a spike in COVID-19 cases.
Trial For Potential Coronavirus Vaccine Put On HoldThe Phase III trial vaccine being developed by AstraZeneca and being tested in Chicago, among other places, is being paused after someone had a serious side effect.
AstraZeneca Halts COVID-19 Vaccine Study Over Safety ConcernsA potential COVID-19 vaccine produced by AstraZeneca was one of two being tested in Chicago, but now, the company has put a temporary hold on its large-scale Phase III trial.
Rochester Police Chief, Command Staff To RetireThe announcement came in the wake of the death of Daniel Prude, a Chicago man, in Rochester police custody.
COVID-19 Takes Toll On Seasonal Businesses Such As Apple OrchardsLeaman’s Green Applebarn in Michigan is taking extra precautions to keep visitors safe as they enjoy the pumpkins and sunflowers.
Worries Mount About Labor Day Weekend COVID-19 SurgeMeanwhile, the World Health Organization announced a widespread coronavirus vaccine is not expected until the middle of next year. CBS News’ Michael George reports.
Protests Rage On In Rochester, Across CountryThere have been protests for several days in Rochester, New York over the death of Daniel Prude of Chicago in police custody, and social justice protests also rage on around the country. CBS News' Michael George reports.
President Trump, Portland Mayor Enter War Of Words After Deadly ShootingThe shooting death of a man associated with a right-wing group during unrest in Portland prompted 89 tweets from President Donald Trump in just over two hours. CBS News’ Nikole Killion reports.
Man Shot Dead During Unrest In PortlandA man said to be associated with a right-wing group as shot and killed in Portland late Saturday, on yet another night marked by violent clashes. CBS News’ Tom Hanson reports.
GOP Hopes To Present Optimistic Vision At ConventionCBS News White House Correspondent Paula Reid joins Irika Sargent what to expect from the Republican National Convention and President Donald Trump this week.
Ahead Of RNC, President Trump Addresses Family MatterPresident Donald Trump responded Sunday to newly-surfaced audio recordings believed to be his older sister, Maryanne Trump Barry, sharply criticizing him. CBS News’ Tom Hanson reports.
Biden Set To Accept Democratic Presidential Nomination OfficiallyFormer Vice President Joe Biden will officially accept his party’s nomination for president Thursday night, the last night of the Democratic National Convention. CBS News 'Face the Nation' moderator Margaret Brennan joins CBS 2's Brad Edwards with a preview, some analysis, and a forecast for the upcoming Republican National Convention.
A Look At National Politics As The 2020 Democratic Convention BeginsCBS News Political Correspondent Ed O’Keefe joins Irika Sargent to talk about the Democratic National Convention that starts Monday night, the 2020 election, and voting by mail.
Pandemic Weight Gain Has People Looking For New ClothesMany have been gaining weight during the COVID-19 pandemic, and it has a lot of people looking for new clothes. CBS News’ Naomi Ruchim reports.

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