Washington News Wrap for Dec. 31, 2020On the final day of a mostly-dismal year reporter Skyler Henry takes a look at what did and didn't happen in the nation's capital. (12-31-20)
Washington News Wrap: Thursday, Dec. 24CBS News Skyler Henry has the news from the nation's capital on this Christmas Eve, 2020. (12-24-20)
COVID Takes Heavy Toll on Women in the WorkforceMuch is made of the human cost of the coronavirus pandemic. As KPIX 5's Emily Turner reports, the resulting economic crisis has been especially hard on women in the workforce. (12-20-20)
Congressional Leaders Reach Deal on Economic Relief PackageCongressional leaders on Sunday reached a deal on a $900 billion COVID-19 economic relief package that includes $600 direct payments to Americans and $300 in enhanced unemployment for the next 10 weeks. Nancy Chen reports from Washington. (12-20-20)
With Multiple Vaccines, Herd Immunity Could Come by SummerFew dispute that frontline health care workers should get the coronavirus vaccine first but now millions of essential workers want to know when it will be their turn. Andrea Nakano reports. (12-17-20)
Washington News Wrap: Thursday, Dec. 17, 2020Congress is scrambling to fund the government and pass a coronavirus relief bill; President-elect Biden named the first Native American to be Secretary of the Interior. (12-17-20)
Hospitals Begin Vaccinating California Health Care Workers for COVID-19The first Californians are getting vaccinated for COVID-19. Ken Bastida reports on the tricky logistics involved. (12-14-20)
COVID-19 Vaccine Shipments Begin in Historic U.S. EffortThe first of many freezer-packed COVID-19 vaccine vials made their way to distribution sites across the United States on Sunday. (12-13-20)
COVID Vaccine Begins Rolling Out Along With Unprecedented Security ChallengesThe first Pfizer coronavirus vaccine shipments are expected to arrive in the Bay Area as soon as Monday and with them comes tremendous complexity in terms of logistics and security. Wilson Walker reports. (12-12-20)
Charley Pride, Country Music Superstar, Dies at 86Charley Pride, the first Black member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, has died. (12-12-20)
Amateur Sleuths Solve Cryptic Message by Infamous Zodiac Serial KillerA team of amateur codebreakers has deciphered a coded letter from the infamous Zodiac serial killer who terrorized Bay Area communities in the late 60s and early 70s. Andrea Nakano reports. (12-11-20)
Bay Area Frontline Workers Set to Receive Pfizer COVID Vaccine MondayFriday night, the FDA approved Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine and the first doses could be delivered to predesignated sites across the Bay Area as soon as overnight Sunday. Katie Nielsen reports. (12-11-20)
Biden Transition: Supreme Court Rejects Texas Suit to Overturn ElectionCBS reporter Natalie Brand has the latest on the presidential transition from Washington. (12-11-20)
COVID Vaccine Picture Begins to Brighten for Bay AreaIn a matter of hours the Food and Drug Administration is likely to approve use of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine and thousands of doses will be headed to Northern California. Katie Nielsen reports (12-10-20)
Washington Wrap: Biden Selects California AG for HHS SecretaryA three-minute news wrap of the day in Washington politics and the presidential transitions with CBS reporter Natalie Brand. (12-7-20)
Hospitals Brace for Post-Thanksgiving Surge in COVID-19 CasesThe U.S. death toll from COVID-19 could hit 321,000 by mid-December and hospitals might be overflowing with patients in many parts of the country. Betty Yu reports. (11-26-20)
Ignoring CDC Warnings, Holiday Travelers On The Move During PandemicKen Bastida reports on how airports are seeing little dip in travelers this holiday season, despite surge in COVID-19 cases.
FDA Allows Emergency Use of Antibody Drug Trump ReceivedThere is another hopeful milestone Sunday after the FDA issued an emergency-use authorization for Regeneron's antibody cocktail to treat the coronavirus. Emily Turner reports. (11-22-20)
U.S. Supreme Court Considers the Future of ObamacareAs COVID-19 spreads relentlessly across the country the Supreme Court is considering a new push to kill the Affordable Care Act. Juliette Goodrich reports. (11-15-20)
Criticism Mounts Over Trump's Refusal to Concede Election and Cooperate With Biden TransitionCBS correspondent Natalie Brand on the latest developments in the Biden presidential transition. (11-13-20)
San Jose Activist Watched Voting Firsthand as Georgia Turned BlueRev. Jeff Moore, from San Jose, traveled to Georgia to be a poll watcher in the historic 2020 election and he was there when the reliably red state flipped for Biden. Devin Fehely reports. (11-8-20)
UC Berkeley Infectious Disease Expert Lauds Biden Virus Task ForcePresident-elect Biden on Saturday said he will name an advisory panel on Monday charged with developing a national plan to defeat the coronavirus pandemic. John Ramos reports. (11-8-20)
Biden Attends Church, Works on Transition Plan as Trump Golfs, Tweets About 'Lamestream Media'Michael George wraps up the day in presidential election developments. (11-8-20)
In Concord, Both Sides of Political Divide Find Hope in Biden-Harris VictoryTodos Santos Plaza in Concord proved to be a good place to gain a wide-ranging perspective on the results of an election that brought out more American voters on both sides than any other in history. John Ramos reports. (11-7-20)

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