John Brennan Joins Chris Hayes To Discuss The Pardon Of Michael Flynn
"This just sends a very bad signal, not only to Americans, but also to folks around the globe, that this type of activity and behavior is taking place in our government in 2020," says former CIA Director John Brennan. Aired on 11/25/2020.
Presidents Clinton, Bush, and Obama joined together to discuss the importance of a peaceful transfer of power. Aired on 01/20/2021. The coronavirus is badly hitting rural America's hospitals as many of them are on the edge of running out of capacity. Dr. Jennifer Bacani McKenney, the health officer in Wilson County, Kansas, joins CBSN to discuss the impact of the pandemic in small towns and the push back from communities over safety protocols. Roughly 1 in every 22 Americans have tested positive for COVID-19, and U.S. is now reporting an average 200,000 Americans are testing positive for coronavirus each day, the highest daily total the country has experienced. Emergency medicine physician and Yahoo News medical contributor Dr. Dara Kass joins CBSN to discuss the impact Pfizer's vaccine will have on the country once it is approved for distribution. Prince George's County State's Attorney Aisha Braveboy (D) discussed the death of 1st Lt. Richard Collins III and how his legacy lives on during an interview with The Washington Post on Jan. 11. Collins was stabbed to death in 2017 while visiting the University of Maryland.
Braveboy's office and the Collins family fought for a bill, the 2nd Lieutenant Richard Collins III's Law, to be introduced in the General Assembly that expanded the definition of a hate crime to include a motivation "in whole or in substantial part" based on someone's identity.