Former cop charged in Rayshard Brooks shooting
The former Atlanta police officer who shot and killed Rayshard Brooks on Friday night has been charged with murder and aggravated assault, along with other charges. Mark Strassmann reports.
Jun 24 04:01
Trump calls 99% of COVID-19 cases “harmless”
President Trump declared “99%” of COVID-19 cases to be “totally harmless” during Fourth of July remarks over the weekend, prompting backlash from mayors of both political parties. The president’s FDA commissioner struggled to provide a factual basis for the president’s claim. Paula Reid reports.
Jul 6 02:10
Mass protests after Atlanta cop fatally shoots black man
Atlanta’s mayor issued an executive order requiring offices to de-escalate situations following the protests sparked by the death of 27-year-old Rayshard Brooks, who was shot and killed by police during an arrest. The Brooks family continues to grieve and demand justice. Mark Strassmann reports.
Jun 22 03:29
Ashley McBryde performs “Hang In There Girl”
Arkansas native Ashley McBryde said she learned how to sing in a biker bar, and that authenticity has never worn off. Her major label debut earned her three Grammy nominations and got her named “New Artist of the Year” at the CMA Awards. McBryde’s latest collection, “Never Will,” came out in April. She joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “Hang In There Girl”
Jul 11 03:56
“Sunday Morning” Full Episode 7/12
Guest host: Lee Cowan. In our cover story, NPR’s Allison Aubrey examines how medical staff from Johns Hopkins are joining forces with “trusted messengers” in the Baltimore community to improve health outcomes for African Americans facing coronavirus. Plus: Seth Doane reports on the economic fallout in Rome due to an absence of American tourists; Mo Rocca talks with actress Melissa Gilbert about life lessons learned from “Little House on the Prairie”; Bill Whitaker sits down with chef Dominique Crenn, the first woman in America to receive three Michelin stars; Jim Axelrod interviews “Daily Show” host Trevor Noah; Lee Cowan explores how residents in rich and poor areas of Shreveport, La., are extending themselves to their neighbors to build a more caring community; and Martha Stewart discusses the inspirations for, and benefits from, creating a beautiful, subtle and colorful garden.
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