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6/14: Pres Biden meets with leaders of NATO allies. Pfizer CEO on the global fight to get more people vaccine doses.
President Biden says the U.S. is "back in the business of leading the world" at the NATO Summit in Brussels. Benjamin Netanyahu's battle to stay in power in Israel finally ended in defeat over the weekend, after four extremely close elections in two years failed to unseat him. The Trump administration's clandestine search for information from Apple reportedly reached inside the White House. Since Friday, at least 139 people have been killed by gun violence across America. The dangerous "Delta" variant, first found in India, is now causing trouble in China. Novavax says its two-dose vaccine is about 90% effective and is safe, after being tested in nearly 30,000 trial participants. CBS News spoke with Pfizer's CEO and chairman, Albert Bourla, about the challenges ahead.
6/11: Rare cases of heart inflammation found in young people who got the COVID vaccine. Pres Biden at the G7 Summit.
This morning, President Biden posed for a photo with the leaders of the other six nations participating in the G7 summit. The leaders are in Cornwall for the meeting of the world's seven wealthiest democracies, which starts today. The CDC will hold an emergency meeting of advisers next week to discuss the possibility of a new and extremely rare side-effect of COVID vaccines for young people. The latest in a series of revelations about the Justice Department under former President Trump. Ten senators say they've worked out a plan to improve America's infrastructure, but we don't know if their colleagues will vote for it. The head of the FBI says "there's a lot more to come" from the investigation of the assault on the Capitol, and he expects "maybe more serious charges" against people involved in the January 6th attack. The Great Salt Lake is expected to reach its lowest point in modern history this year.
6/10: The U.S. will donate 500 million doses of COVID vaccine to help end the global pandemic. WH Press Secretary Jen Psaki.
On the first full day of President Biden's first overseas trip in office, the U.S. announced a deal to donate 500 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine to lower income countries and African Union nations. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki joins us to discuss. The Canadian energy company behind the Keystone XL pipeline has pulled the plug on the project. A new report sheds light on the events surrounding a controversial photo op by President Trump last year. The giant meat processing company hit by a cyberattack last month confirms it paid an $11 million ransom.
6/9: Pres Biden's first big test on the global stage begins today. The richest Americans aren’t taxed the way we are.
President Biden left Washington this morning for his first international trip since taking office. As the president heads overseas, Vice President Kamala Harris is back after her trip to Mexico and Guatemala. We're learning new details this morning about an unprecedented global sting operation. Dr. Anthony Fauci is out with an urgent new warning, saying more Americans need to be vaccinated to stop a dangerous COVID strain. A bombshell report by ProPublica reveals just how little the wealthiest Americans have been paying in taxes.
6/8: A massive global crime sting leads to hundreds of arrests. Multiple websites worldwide hit by internet outages.
We're learning about a global crime bust led by the FBI, leading to more than 800 arrests and the seizure of more than 32 tons of drugs in 16 countries. There's new information on why a string of big-name websites, including cbsnews.com, went down overnight. A troubling new report from the Department of Homeland Security highlights the lingering human cost of the Trump administration's family separation policy at the border. In California, new details are emerging about the couple arrested after a horrifying road rage incident. In Colorado this morning, they're assessing the damage from a large tornado that tore through homes north of Denver. The CDC says two of the coronavirus vaccines work well even if you only get one dose, according to newly-released data.
6/7: Extreme heat grips much of the country. VP Harris is in Guatemala, looking at what’s driving migration to the U.S.
It's not officially summer yet, but it certainly feels like it in many areas of the country. Vice President Kamala Harris is on her first foreign trip today, tackling an urgent and difficult issue - illegal immigration to the U.S. An effort by Democrats to create new federal laws for state elections has hit a roadblock in their own party. Police have arrested a couple for the murder of Aiden Leos, a six-year-old boy who was killed in an apparent road rage shooting in southern California. The number of Americans getting shots for covid has dipped below a key benchmark. Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, have a new daughter named for the queen and Harry's mother.