The CDC recommends that families do not travel this Thanksgiving, as coronavirus cases continue to rise across the country. Correspondent Allison Keyes gets more from CBS News Medical Contributor Dr. David Agus. Allison speaks with both CBS's Nikole Killion and CBS's Ed O'Keefe about the contentious transition between outgoing President Trump and President-elect Joe Biden as Mister Trump continues his battle to overturn the November 3rd election. Tens of thousands of residents of the nation's nursing homes are dying from illnesses other than Covid-19, including neglect. Allison speaks with Mairead Painter, the state long term care ombudsman in Connecticut, about what's happening. Meanwhile, the nation is dealing with a massive blood shortage amid the pandemic. Allison speaks with Paul Sullivan at the American Red Cross. In this week's Kaleidoscope segment, Allison speaks with California civil rights lawyer James McElroy who spent years making sure white supremacist Tom Metzger made payments on a $12.5 (M) million dollar judgment for his role in the killing of an Ethiopian man in 1988. McElroy adopted the Ethiopian man's son. And Allison shares some good news for fans of the Charlie Brown holiday specials.