The efforts to ramp up COVID-19 vaccinations; Never-before-seen video of the attack on Al Asad Airbase; And, Colson Whitehead speaks with 60 Minutes.
David Martin speaks with troops who were there as an Iranian ballistic missile attack rained down on Al Asad Airbase in Iraq, part of six days that saw the U.S. and Iran go to the brink of war.
The two-time Pulitzer-winner opens up to John Dickerson about his writing process, his wide variety of interests, getting rejected and "the space of very little hope" he found himself working in when he wrote "The Underground Railroad" and "The Nickel Boys."
Jeff Zients, who fixed the troubled rollout of the Obamacare website, talks with Bill Whitaker about his new role in the Biden administration: getting COVID-19 vaccines to more people.
A surprising number of people arrested for participating in the January 6th insurrection at the U.S. Capitol are military veterans, whose skill sets were deployed to break through and overwhelm the Capitol Police and occupy our seat of government. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin talks with Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, former FBI Agent Tom O'Connor, and George Washington University's Seamus Hughes about the role of the extremist group Oath Keepers in the deadly attack, and how the Pentagon is still coming to grips with veterans who become radicalized.
Point Roberts, Wash., on a peninsula jutting out from Canada beneath the 49th parallel, is a tiny piece of America separate from the U.S. mainland. Its isolation helped protect the community from the spread of COVID-19, but restrictions at the border have effectively trapped residents there – and kept visitors out. Correspondent Lee Cowan journeys to the isolated town suffering from the economic ripple effects of the pandemic.
The Oscar- and Emmy-winning actress makes her film directorial debut with an acclaimed story, set in the 1960s, of a re-imagined meeting of four Black icons – Malcolm X, Cassius Clay, Jim Brown and Sam Cooke – discussing the civil rights movement. Regina King talks with CBS News' Michelle Miller about her artistic ambitions, her promotion of social justice, and the blessings of her fruitful career.
Visionary biochemist Jennifer Doudna shared the Nobel Prize last year for the gene-editing technology known as CRISPR (Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats), which has the potential to cure diseases caused by genetic mutations. Correspondent David Pogue talks with Doudna about the promises and perils of CRISPR; and with Walter Isaacson, author of the new book "The Code Breaker," about why the biotech revolution will dwarf the digital revolution in importance.
For decades comedian Bob Hope was a true war hero to American military stationed overseas, as he entertained the troops with his USO tour. Less-known was the role he played as a correspondent, answering some of the thousands of letters he received from GIs. Correspondent Tracy Smith talks with Hope's daughter, Linda Hope, and with Martha Bolton, who together compiled a new book of wartime letters, "Dear Bob...: Bob Hope's Wartime Correspondence with the GIs of World War II."
On this "Face the Nation" broadcast, Dr. Anthony Fauci and Benjamin Crump sat down with Margaret Brennan.
Crump pushed the president to make police reform a priority of his administration, saying the issue could become a defining part of his legacy.
Gottlieb said the new variant identified in the United Kingdom will become the dominant strain in the U.S. and likely crowd out the others.
The following is a transcript of an interview with former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb that aired March 7, 2021, on "Face the Nation."
The U.S. is now administering at least 2 million shots each day.
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The American Kennel Club has released its latest list of the nation's most beloved breeds.
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"It just floods your heart to be able to help someone else and it feels good," Jermaine Jordan said.
Brian Myers gave Sadie a chance. She saved his life.
Andrew Mitchell may live in New Jersey, but the storm in Texas hit home – so he drove 22 hours to help.
Calvin Tyler dropped out of the historically black school in 1963, but has made a huge impact on Morgan State University since.
Children with disabilities are finding unconditional love from animals with disabilities.