As COVID-19 deaths rise, new controversy over hydroxychloroquine

Coronavirus cases and deaths keep rising in many states. CBS News' Laura Podesta reports on the latest, and Dr. Dara Kass, an ER doctor and Yahoo News medical contributor, joined CBSN to discuss the latest figures, concerns about COVID-19's impact on the heart, and the controversy surrounding the drug hydroxychloroquine.

Lawmakers bid final farewell to late Congressman John Lewis

The late civil rights icon and Congressman John Lewis left the U.S. Capitol for the final time. He will be buried in Atlanta after a funeral at the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church. CBS News political contributor Antjuan Seawright joins CBSN to discuss Lewsi' legacy and how to continue in the fight for equality.

Formal remembrance of Congressman John Lewis begins Saturday

Civil rights icon Congressman John Lewis died last week at age of 80. Lewis was a leader of the freedom riders, and a protege of Martin Luther King Junior. He often faced arrest and violence during his fight against racial segregation. Lewis's body left Atlanta Saturday morning, and is now on its way to Alabama. Michelle Miller reports from Selma.

First phase 3 trial of a coronavirus vaccine in the U.S. begins

The largest and final phase of a clinical trial to test Moderna's coronavirus vaccine in the U.S. has officially begun, as daily case numbers continue to rise in dozens of states. CBS News' Laura Podesta reports, and Dr. Ron Elfenbein joined CBSN to discuss the latest developments.

Activists uphold John Lewis' legacy to fight for voting rights

Activists following in the footsteps of the late Congressman John Lewis are keeping up the fight for Black voters' rights. With less than 100 days to go until the presidential election, LaTosha Brown, co-founder of the Black Voters Matter Fund, joined CBSN's "Countdown to the Vote" special with more. 

Surprise medical bills and what patients need to know to avoid them

In "CBS This Morning's" continuing Bill of the Month partnership with Kaiser Health News and NPR, Gayle King examines one woman's claim that she received a surprise out-of-network bill for a knee surgery performed by an in-network doctor. Dr. Elisabeth Rosenthal, editor-in-chief of Kaiser Health News, discusses why people are getting these surprise bills and what patients need to know to avoid them.

Protesters and police clash in Seattle

As protests continued in major cities across the country, police fired tear gas and pepper spray at demonstrators in Seattle over the weekend. CBS News' Carter Evans reports on the weekend developments, and Seattle Times reporter Sydney Brownstone joins CBSN to discuss the controversial deployment of federal agents and why some Seattle protesters say they are standing in solidarity with those in Portland.

MLB scrambles to contain COVID-19 outbreak a week into baseball season

It's been five days since the start of baseball season, and already the MLB has been forced to cancel multiple games after more than a dozen Miami Marlins players and coaches tested positive for coronavirus. Philadelphia Inquirer sports reporter Damichael Cole joins CBSN to discuss how the impact is being felt across the world of sports.

Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal hits Trump administration on treatment of protesters

Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal lambasted Attorney General William Barr over the Trump administration's disparate treatment of left- and right-wing protesters, comparing those who descended on state capitals demanding governors lift coronavirus lockdowns and those who are protesting police brutality and racial injustice, which has led to the deployment of federal officers to U.S. cities. Watch this portion of the hearing.

Senate Republicans to unveil details of economic relief plan

Senate Republicans are expected to release details of their economic relief proposal after negotiating with the White House. The package includes some items Democrats also agree on, but there are still several sticking points. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid joins CBSN with the latest.

Monopolies and misinformation to be the focus of congressional hearing with big tech heads

Monopolies and misinformation on social media will be part of the focus of an unprecedented hearing on Capitol Hill Wednesday. The heads of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Alphabet -- which owns Google -- will participate remotely. They're among the richest people on the planet. The House Judiciary Committee is investigating whether their companies have too much power. Errol Barnett reports.