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8 minutes agoInfant dies from coronavirus in Chicago -- An investigation is underway into what is believed to be the first infant death from the coronavirus in the U.S. The medical history of the baby, who lived in Chicago, was not released. The commissioner of the Chicago Department of Public Health, Dr. Allison Arwady, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the "unusual" case and why parents shouldn't panic.
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8 minutes agoU.S. needs to plan for more virus outbreaks -- As the federal government extends its social distancing guidance, Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus response coordinator, joins "CBS This Morning" to explain what needs to happen before the restrictions can be lifted. While the White House hopes there aren't more outbreaks like the one in New York City, the country has to be prepared for that, she said.
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1 hour agoMnuchin says checks from coronavirus bill coming "within 3 weeks" -- As part of the stimulus package passed by Congress last week, Americans who make up to $75,000 will receive $1,200 checks, plus $500 per child.
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14 hours agoCBSN Originals - Surviving an Unlivable Wage - The restaurant industry has driven a significant amount of economic growth since the Great Recession, but many restaurant employees continue to end up hungry due to a two-tiered wage system that allows tipped workers to be paid as little as $2.13 an hour. CBSN Originals' Adam Yamaguchi travels to Indiana to explore the impact of tipping as a primary source of income for people in one of America's fastest-growing workforces. Mar 26 - 27:02
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18 hours agoExtremists Next Door -- In recent years, gaming and anonymous social media sites have become breeding grounds for right-wing extremists. Populated by (mostly) young white men disenchanted with their place in society, the platforms have become spaces where hate is normalized and disaffected young people are susceptible to radicalization. CBSN Originals' Adam Yamaguchi reports parents, activists and even some former white nationalists are trying to find ways to stop it, but as much of the rhetoric is cropping up on mainstream platforms it's proving to be an uphill battle. -- Mar 12
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