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CBS News legal analyst Kim Wehle joined "Red and Blue" to break down the Supreme Court''s ruling. which allows states to enforce requirements that members of the Electoral College support their party''s presidential nominee.

The White House is defending President Trump after he said the vast majority of coronavirus cases are “totally harmless.” CBS News correspondent Nikole Killion and Boston Globe deputy Washington bureau chief Liz Goodwin join “Red and Blue” to discuss the administration''s coronavirus response, President Trump’s messaging, the economy and where the 2020 presidential race stands now.

President Trump tweeted Monday that the noose found in NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace''s garage was a "hoax," even though that was not the conclusion of investigators. Meanwhile, the administration continues to push back on the toppling statues. CBS News'' Natalie Brand joins CBSN with the latest from the White House.

Congress is weighing how to proceed with the next round of coronavirus economic relief, before Capitol Hill empties out for August recess. Li Zhou, a congressional reporter for Vox, joins “Red and Blue” to break down the legislative possibilities.

The coronavirus pandemic is just the latest example of how people of color often fare worse in the American health care system. A growing number of medical students and doctors are pushing to change that. Dr. Cameron Webb, an internal medicine physician and a Democratic candidate for Congress in Virginia, joined CBSN''s Elaine Quijano to discuss.

A new report finds that many members of Puerto Rican communities in Florida, New Jersey and New York live in counties with high coronavirus infection and death rates. Carla Minet, executive director of the Center for Investigative Journalism, joins CBSN to discuss the findings.

Country music firebrand and fiddler Charlie Daniels, who had a hit with "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," has died. He was 83. A statement from his publicist said Daniels died Monday at a hospital in Hermitage, Tennessee, after a stroke. CBSN Los Angeles reports.

Black people are more likely to die from coronavirus, cancer, and childbirth than White people — and doctors say racial bias is largely to blame for the kind of care patients get. Now, they''re fighting for change.

Thousands of people of color have shared their own accounts on social media of doctors dismissing their pain or making racist remarks, or of having near-death experiences because physicians did not give proper treatment. One woman told CBS News, "I have to be the angry loud Black woman making a scene for you to do something. ...I used to want...

President Trump is facing criticism for saying 99% of COVID-19 cases are "totally harmless," which is not true. CBS News'' Natalie Brand joins CBSN with more on the president''s comments and how the White House is responding.

President Trump and presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden are stepping up their campaign rhetoric with the election just 120 days away. CBS News 2020 campaign reporters Nicole Sganga and Bo Erickson join CBSN with the latest.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Monday said President Trump is "enabling" the coronavirus by denying how the virus spreads. Cuomo called the virus a "major" problem and implored Mr. Trump not to be a "co-conspirator" of COVID-19 by understating the severity of the pandemic and sending mixed messages on masks. Watch his remarks.

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that states can impose penalties to require members of the Electoral College to cast their vote for their party''s presidential nominee. Ilya Shapiro, director of the Robert A. Levy Center for Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute, joins CBSN to explain the ruling.

Numerous states across the U.S. are seeing a record number of confirmed coronavirus cases and hospitalizations. CBS News'' Nancy Chen reports health experts are worried that Fourth of July holiday celebrations could drive a further spike that could overwhelm hospitals. Dr. Ron Elfenbein joined CBSN to discuss the latest.

A wave of coronavirus-related evictions is threatening residents in communities across the country. Boston Globe business reporter Tim Logan joined CBSN to discuss a new study from Boston grassroots organization City Life and researchers at MIT, which shows how communities of color are overwhelmingly impacted.

As the coronavirus pandemic sweeps the globe, some parents are not taking their children to get immunized for other dangerous diseases - raising the risk of children dying from preventable illnesses. CBS News foreign correspondent Debora Patta reports for CBSN.

England is reopening bars and restaurants as the number of coronavirus cases falls in the country. But some are concerned about the crowds. CBS News foreign correspondent Roxana Saberi joins CBSN from London with the latest.

A 7-year-old girl in Chicago, an 8-year-old girl in Atlanta, and a 6-year-old boy in Philadelphia were among those killed in a spate of shootings over the holiday weekend. Dozens of people were wounded in cities around the U.S. CBSN''s Anne-Marie Green has details.

President Trump is facing mounting criticism for falsely claiming that 99% of coronavirus cases are "totally harmless." He made the comment over the weekend during a July 4th event at the White House where he continued downplaying the severity of the pandemic. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid joins CBSN with more.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is holding a briefing and making an announcement Monday. The CBS News team wants to hear from you!  Click here to share your feedback: --


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