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CBS News 16 Nov 2020

Oklahoma's Mauree Turner will be the first nonbinary state legislator in the U.S


27-year-old Oklahoma City native Mauree Turner is the first openly nonbinary official elected to a state legislature in the U.S., as well as the first Muslim to serve in Oklahoma's legislature. Turner joined CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss their plans for the future.

Out of all the Coronavirus cases in the world one out of every five, are in the United States. Despite hard lessons in the spring and restrictions over the summer infections are rising steadily. New York City schools are closing today and students will be learning from home. Total cases in the US have passed 11 million. Over 250,000 have died. And a growing number of Americans are uninsured. So why is the US, an economic powerhouse, struggling more than any other country in the world? Is it the fault of outgoing-president Donald Trump? And can incoming-president Joe Biden clean up the mess?
Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams and Zubin Mehenti are joined by Heather Dinich to react to Sarah Fuller becoming the first woman to play in a Power 5 college football game, kicking off during Vanderbilt vs. Missouri.
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Vanderbilt Commodores kicker Sarah Fuller joins SportsCenter and shares what it has been like since suiting up as the first woman to play in a Power 5 conference game.
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Mel Kiper Jr. joins KJZ to discuss whether Clemson Tigers QB Trevor Lawrence or Ohio State Buckeyes QB Justin Fields should be drafted as the overall No. 1 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
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