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JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes on how coronavirus is impacting airlines
The coronavirus outbreak could cost airlines around the globe over $100 billion in revenue, according to an industry group. American airline JetBlue saw shares drop by more than 20% since the first confirmed U.S. case in January, despite a slight rebound on Tuesday. The airline cut domestic flights because of a decline in passengers while also vowing to increase how often planes are cleaned. JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes joins “CBS This Morning” to talk about how they and other airlines are responding to the crisis.
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Coronavirus in Washington: "If you do the math, it gets very disturbing"
Public health officials said at least 10 long-term care facilities in the Seattle area have reported cases.
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U.S. Soccer claims male players have "more responsibility" than females
New court documents reveals that U.S. Soccer claims women should not get paid as much as men because they argue that male players carry “more responsibility” and their job “requires a higher level of skill” than their female counterparts. A spokesperson for the U.S. national women’s team called the argument plain sexism. The women’s team filed a lawsuit against U.S. Soccer in March.
2020-03-11 14:49:30
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Washington state braces for thousands of potential coronavirus cases
Washington Governor Jay Inslee is expected to ban gatherings of over 250 people in most of the Seattle metro area as the state braces for potentially tens of thousands more coronavirus cases. Public health officials say several long-term care facilities in the Seattle area have reported cases. Jonathan Vigliotti reports from the Life Care Center in Kirkland, where 20 elderly residents have already died from the virus.
2020-03-11 14:49:26
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Doctor says there are “still barriers” to coronavirus testing
Confusion about coronavirus testing is widespread across the country as the government is racing to keep up with demand. In California, a state with about 40 million people, just over 1,000 people have been tested and 159 cases confirmed. HHS Secretary Alex Azar said on Wednesday morning that there is no federal barrier for doctors to get tests for patients. Dr. David Agus weighs in on the state of coronavirus testing on “CBS This Morning.”
2020-03-11 14:48:57
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Documents in Crosley Green trial could implicate new killer
A man who has spent more than 30 years in prison for a murder he says he did not commit could be a step closer to freedom after a judge overturned his conviction, citing an unfair trial. Crosley Green was found guilty of shooting and killing a 22-year-old man after the man’s former girlfriend identified him as the shooter. Green’s break came when his attorneys obtained notes prosecutors wrote years ago where they said they suspected the victim’s girlfriend of being the real perpetrator. Erin Moriarty reports on the case, which she has been following since 1999.
2020-03-11 14:33:39
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Tips for managing coronavirus anxiety
Dr. Sue Varma recommends picking one reliable news source to get information and "limit the level of intrusions."
2020-03-10 19:30:31
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Coronavirus vs. common flu: Doctor explains the difference
Flu symptoms like high fever, cough and shortness of breath can also be seen in coronavirus patients, which is why "tests are so important."
2020-03-10 17:54:43
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Italy in nationwide coronavirus lockdown: "We have run out of time"
The country has suffered the most deaths from the coronavirus outside of China.
2020-03-10 16:20:15
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Over two dozen charged in racehorse doping scandal
More than two dozen people are facing charges in an alleged scheme to illegally dope racehorses. Jason Service, the most prominent person indicted, is accused of administering drugs to racehorse Maximum as well as others in order to make them run faster. Other trainers, as well as veterinarians and others, have also been charged.
2020-03-10 15:50:53
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Teaching kids about the complicated history of racism
Headlines across the country referred to Monday’s stock market plunge as “Black Monday,” one of many ways racism has become entwined in American culture. CBS News contributor Ibram X. Kendi won a national book award for his book tackling America’s long history with racism. Kendi is now teaming up with author Jason Reynolds to rework it for a younger audience, “Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You: A Remix of the National Book Award-Winning Stamped from the Beginning.” The duo joins “CBS This Morning” to preview the book, aimed at readers aged 12 and older.
2020-03-10 15:34:56
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How to manage anxiety over coronavirus
Mental health professionals say they are already seeing an increase in patients anxious about the coronavirus. Anxiety, the most common form of mental illness, has affected nearly 30% of adults at some point in their lives, according to the American Psychiatric Association. Psychiatrist Dr. Sue Varma joins “CBS This Morning” to talk about how people can manage their coronavirus fears.
2020-03-10 15:26:31
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Coronavirus cruise passenger misses cancer treatment due to quarantine
One passenger evacuated from the Grand Princess cruise ship said she was due to undergo chemotherapy for her stage four neuroendocrine cancer on Tuesday, but is missing her appointment due to the mandatory coronavirus quarantine. David Begnaud shares details of her uniquely harrowing story.
2020-03-10 15:25:31
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Coronavirus-quarantined ship passengers sue cruise line
"I want to let other passengers know what they are getting into once they sign up for a cruise," said Ron Weissberger, who is suing the Grand Princess' parent company.
2020-03-10 15:24:42
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Coronavirus may cast shadow over Florida spring break tourism
Officials have canceled the Ultra Music Festival and the Calle Ocho celebration in Miami.
2020-03-10 15:12:29
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Trump mulls tax cuts to lessen coronavirus’ economic impact
Five members of Congress who are close to President Trump have self-quarantined due to contact with someone who tested positive for coronavirus. Mr. Trump himself has not been tested and the White House said he does not have any symptoms. After claiming the U.S. economy was resilient enough to weather the fallout, Mr. Trump is now seeking substantial relief that would include a possible payroll tax cut. Paula Reid reports on how else the White House is handling the outbreak.
2020-03-10 14:45:44
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Who is the most at risk for coronavirus?
The CDC has stated that older adults and people with chronic medical conditions are most at risk for the coronavirus. Dr. Tara Narula joins “CBS This Morning” to explain more about what that means and what groups should be on the lookout.
2020-03-10 14:45:44
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Global coronavirus cases exceed 114,000
There are now over 780 reported coronavirus cases in the U.S. and 26 deaths linked to the illness. The number of patients around the globe exceeds 114,000. In China, President Xi Jinping visited Wuhan for the first time since the outbreak began. The CDC said that over 8,500 tests have been administered in the U.S. since mid-January. David Begnaud also shares details on the first person diagnosed in New Jersey, a 32-year-old who thought he caught it at a medical conference in Times Square.
2020-03-10 14:44:51
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Couple sues cruise line over coronavirus handling
Passengers of the Grand Princess cruise ship have begun disembarking after 21 of the ship's 2,400 crew and guests tested positive for coronavirus. One couple is filing a lawsuit against the cruise line, arguing it put their health at risk after 12 coronavirus cases and one death occurred as a result of the ship's previous trip. Carter Evans speaks to the couple, who says they would have gotten off the ship sooner if they had known about the last trip’s cases.
2020-03-10 14:40:28
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Coronavirus could impact Florida's spring break economy
Florida has declared a state of emergency to help fight the coronavirus outbreak as millions of Americans gear up for spring break. The state is a popular destination and its beaches draw crowds annually, but tourism officials said they are worried about the impact the outbreak will have on businesses this year. Manuel Bojorquez reports from Miami Beach.
2020-03-10 14:17:00
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Stock market sees historic losses over coronavirus
The Dow Jones industrial average saw its biggest one-day drop in history over stock markets’ coronavirus panic, though investor optimism due to the Trump administration’s economic proposals helped lift world markets overnight. Nikki Battiste is at the New York Stock Exchange to report on whether the optimism is still helping numbers recover.
2020-03-10 13:56:03
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How to create a healthy and realistic work-life balance
The new book "Do Nothing: How to Break Away from Overworking, Overdoing, and Underliving" gives advice on how to create a healthy and realistic work-life balance. Author Celeste Headlee writes that "we are members of the cult of efficiency" and says we need to take breaks. She joins "CBS This Morning" with tips on how to do that.
2020-03-10 04:47:28
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CBS and PGA Tour to continue partnership through 2030 season
CBS Sports will continue its partnership with the PGA Tour through the 2030 season. The golf tours have been broadcast on CBS for more than half a century. PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the partnership.
2020-03-10 04:02:33
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Tips for boosting your energy level
A Gallup study finds that 67% of full-time employees feel burned out, and research shows your energy level can affect your happiness throughout the day. New York Times best-selling author Gretchen Rubin joins "CBS This Morning" with some quick energy boosting tips.
2020-03-10 04:02:33
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What Washington is doing to stop coronavirus spread
A single nursing home near Seattle is connected to more than half of the U.S. coronavirus deaths. Jonathan Vigliotti is in Kirkland, Washington, tracking the effort in the state to prevent a wider outbreak.
2020-03-10 03:47:34
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What the U.S. should do to stop the coronavirus spread
As coronavirus spreads in the U.S., some states could start taking "social distancing" measures. Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony Fauci spoke with CBS News' Dr. Jon LaPook for "60 Minutes" about the possibility of quarantines in the U.S. LaPook joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what he learned from Fauci.
2020-03-10 03:47:34
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Why Cory Booker is endorsing Joe Biden for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination
Senator Cory Booker announced Monday that he is endorsing his former rival Joe Biden for the Democratic presidential nomination. He is the latest former Democratic candidate to do so, following Kamala Harris, Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg. Booker joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why he is supporting Biden.
2020-03-10 03:47:33
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Trump administration's mixed coronavirus messages
As coronavirus reaches Washington, D.C., the Trump administration has had a fractured public response. President Trump claimed there is a test for anyone who wants one, but one day later, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar had to correct him, saying, "You may not get a test unless a doctor or public health official prescribes a test." Weijia Jiang reports on the mixed messages.
2020-03-10 02:31:39
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Cruise ship with coronavirus cluster to dock in California
A cruise ship with a cluster of coronavirus cases will arrive in Northern California on Monday after holding off the coast for days. At least 21 people on the Grand Princess have the virus. Carter Evans reports that anyone who requires immediate medical treatment will be taken to hospitals in the area and others will be transferred to military bases, where they'll be tested for the virus and held for another two weeks.
2020-03-10 02:01:29
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Georgia police officers buy girl birthday cake
Police officers in Georgia are being celebrated for going "above and beyond" to make a little girl's birthday extra special. Body camera video shows the officers surprising the mother with a cake for the girl's first birthday. The officers first met the woman when she was outside in the cold trying to get home. David Begnaud reports on the kind act.
2020-03-10 00:59:10
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