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27 Sep 2020

Weekend Roundup

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Our CBS News team in Washington wraps up the news of the week and goes deep into the major stories with CBS News correspondents. It's the end-of-week news magazine show you can take with you wherever you go. (046510)

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    Weekend Roundup 9/25

    (NEW) President Donald Trump has announced that he will nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, to fill the vacant seat left by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last week at the age of 87.  The late Supreme Court Justice became the first woman, and first Jewish person, to lie in state at the U.S Capitol. CBS News Correspondent Allison Keyes speaks with CBS's Christina Ruffini who was on the scene for this momentous occasion. Meanwhile, President Donald Trump has been refusing to say if he will leave the Oval Office peacefully if he is defeated at the polls in November. CBS's Ben Tracy takes a look at the controversy. A grim milestone: global coronavirus cases have surpassed two-million, Allison Keys talks to CBS News Correspondent Elaine Cobb in Paris, France where numbers are climbing. And finally in this week's Kaleidoscope, we look at the case of Breonna Taylor, and the protests that erupted after a Kentucky Grand Jury decided not to charge three officers directly with her death in a botched drug raid on her apartment in March.


  • Posted on 25 Sep 2020

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    Weekend Roundup: 09/18

    CBS's Nikole Killion reports on the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Early voting begins in a number of states as the nation moves closer to Election Day. CBS News Correspondent Allison Keyes speaks with White House correspondent Steven Portnoy about President Trump's campaign and his administration's ongoing clashes with the CDC. Political correspondent Ed O'Keefe joins Allison from the campaign trail in Minnesota, where Democratic nominee Joe Biden held a town hall on Thursday. The former Vice President continues his attacks on President Trump for his handling of the pandemic. Health officials in Europe warn of "alarming rates of transmission" of COVID-19 in the continent. Correspondent Vicki Barker has the latest from London. Finally in this week's Kaleidoscope, a deep dive into a new study from the National Registry of Exonerations and what it says about how innocent people end up in jail.


  • Posted on 19 Sep 2020

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    Weekend Roundup: 09/11

    Deadly wildfires sweep through the nation's west, devastating parts of California, Oregon, and Washington. CBS News Correspondent Allison Keyes speaks with correspondent Lilia Luciano from Oregon about the blazes throughout the region. White House correspondent Paula Reid has the latest on President Trump, who is dealing with fallout over comments he made to Bob Woodward about the coronavirus. The nation pauses to mark the 19th anniversary of the September 11th terror attacks. President Trump and Joe Biden both travel to Shanksville, Pennsylvania to commemorate the day. Finally in this week's Kaleidoscope segment, a look at how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting children and families, particularly the poor, around the globe.


  • Posted on 11 Sep 2020

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    Weekend Roundup: 09/04

    CBS News Correspondent Allison Keyes takes an in-depth look at the presidential race as President Trump and Joe Biden both visit swing states. Meanwhile, coronavirus cases continue to rise across the U.S. as the country prepares for Labor Day weekend. Correspondent Jericka Duncan joins Allison to provide an update on the Breonna Taylor case. New York City delays the start of classes for its 1.1 million students -- Allison speaks with a high school teacher about returning to the classroom during the pandemic. Finally in this week's Kaleidoscope, a discussion about racial discrimination in real estate.


  • Posted on 04 Sep 2020

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    Weekend Roundup: 08/28

    CBS News Correspondent Allison Keyes takes a look back at this week’s Republican National Convention with Correspondent Nicole Killion. The shooting of Jacob Blake sparked protests in Kenosha and across the sports world, how the nation’s athletes have become leaders for social justice. Finally in this week’s Kaleidoscope, Allison speaks with Gavin Grimm, the transgender man who sued his Virginia high school in 2015 for barring him from using the boy’s bathroom. A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that the ban is unconstitutional.


  • Posted on 28 Aug 2020

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