8-year-old artist raises money for PPE
Using his love of art, an 8-year-old boy is selling his drawings of health care heroes and donating the proceeds to GetUsPPE, an organization aiming to help ease the nationwide shortage of personal protective equipment. Dr. Tara Narula shares his story for the "CBS This Morning" series A More Perfect Union.
What is "cancel culture"?
CBSN Originals executive producer Adam Yamaguchi discusses the latest episode of "Speaking Frankly."
"CBS This Morning" announces education series
Next week, "CBS This Morning" kicks off a special School Matters series dedicated to education during the pandemic. Through September, the series will make sense of the debates unfolding over reopening schools safely and remote learning, starting with expanded coverage in the 8 o'clock hour of "CBS This Morning" on Monday.
Dr. Agus on school reopening recommendations
During a press conference on Wednesday, President Donald Trump said he believes many school districts can reopen safely. This comes as his administration released its "General Recommendations for All Schools." CBS News contributor Dr. David Agus joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss.
Ex-chief sues NYPD alleging discrimination
The New York City Police Department is being sued by a former police chief over allegations she was discriminated against because she's a woman. Lori Pollock sits down with Michelle Miller to talk about why she's speaking out after 33 years in the NYPD.
Fort Hood under scrutiny after several deaths
There are new questions about a surge in mysterious deaths at Fort Hood, Texas. Specialist Vanessa Guillen's high profile death has shone a light on the base, leading federal authorities to investigate. Mireya Villarreal reports.
Officer suspended after K-9 attack
A Salt Lake City officer has been suspended after body camera footage showed the arrest of a Black man who was repeatedly bit by a K-9. The man, Jeffrey Ryans, has signaled his intention to sue the police department over the arrest that he called unnecessary and excessive. Carter Evans reports.
California's Lake Fire explodes to 10K acres
A fast-moving California wildfire has spread to 10,000 acres with little-to-no containment. The so-called Lake Fire is burning roughly an hour north of Los Angeles, and has ignited some areas that haven't caught fire since 1968. Jamie Yuccas reports.
New Jersey allows schools to open remotely
Despite President Trump's demand that all schools resume in-person instruction, many state and local officials won't rule out having fully remote instruction in the new school year. Nearly 600 school districts in New Jersey have just been given the option to go completely online this fall. That is not what the governor there had planned. He tells Meg Oliver why he had to change his mind.
White House pushes schools to reopen
President Trump outlined measures to safely reopen schools and introduced a new doctor during the task force briefing. Ben Tracy reports.
Biden and Harris make first appearance
Former Vice President Joe Biden and his new running mate, Senator Kamala Harris, made their first public appearance together. In their remarks Wednesday, they delivered blistering attacks on President Trump for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Ed O'Keefe reports.
Eye Opener: Brush fire explodes in California
A large brush fire erupted in Southern California, prompting evacuations. Also, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris made their first joint appearance as running mates and criticized the current administration's response to the coronavirus pandemic. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.