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Tanya Rivero has been a news anchor for CBSN since 2017. Previously, she was the host of Lunch Break on Wall Street Journal Live between April 2014 and 2017.
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Gulf Coast braces for Zeta after storm hits MexicoHurricane warnings are in effect in Louisiana and Mississippi as the Gulf Coast braces for another storm to make landfall. Zeta hit in Mexico near the resort city of Tulum and is expected to..
Coronavirus and economy remain top issues on campaign trailWith only eight days remaining until Election Day, the response to the coronavirus pandemic remains a top issue for voters. CBS News political contributor Joel Payne spoke to CBSN's Tanya Rivero about..
Movie theaters in New York state reopen with restrictionsMovie theaters in most of New York state, except for New York City, reopened Friday with coronavirus-related restrictions. Ray Barker, the program director of the North Park Theatre in Buffalo, New..
Space station crew returns to Earth after 6-month missionNASA astronaut Chris Cassidy and two Russian cosmonauts returned safely to Earth after six months aboard the International Space Station. CBSN's Tanya Rivero has details.
Trump administration violates agreement, releases "60 Minutes" interview footagePresident Trump on Thursday violated an agreement with CBS News and released the White House's recording of an interview with "60 Minutes," three days ahead of the expected Sunday airing on CBS...
Poll shows Latino voters have confidence in Biden on key issuesA new poll from the Pew Research Center shows more than two-thirds of Latino voters have confidence in Joe Biden to handle key issues like the coronavirus, bringing the country together and foreign..
Co-founder of Black Lives Matter releases new book on organizing movementsAlicia Garza, co-founder of Black Lives Matter, has written a new book entitled "The Purpose of Power: How We Come Together When We Fall Apart." She joins CBSN anchor Tanya Rivero to discuss what it..
DOJ files antitrust lawsuit against Google, alleging it maintains a search monopolyThe Department of Justice filed suit against Google for allegedly violating antitrust regulations. The DOJ alleges that Google, which is a division of Alphabet, paid billions of dollars to Apple and..
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sets deadline for COVID-19 stimulus dealHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the White House has until Tuesday to agree to a deal on a new coronavirus stimulus package if President Trump wants one before Election Day. Senate Republicans are..
Why "strength" is the wrong metaphor to use against coronavirusA new article in The Atlantic explores how some of the metaphors President Trump and others use when talking about COVID-19 could be doing more harm than good. The author, Atlantic staff writer Ed..
Key takeaways from Amy Coney Barrett's first round of questioningDuring a break in the confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, CBS Evening News anchor and managing editor Norah O'Donnell, chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford, chief..
World Food Programme leader reacts to winning Nobel Peace PrizeThe United Nations World Food Programme has won the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize for its efforts to fight global hunger. Executive director David Beasley spoke with CBSN's Tanya Rivero about how he found..
Treatments Trump took for COVID developed using cells from aborted fetal tissuePresident Trump credited Regeneron's experimental antibody cocktail for helping his recovery from COVID-19.. The treatment's early development process involved testing with cells derived from aborted..
Parents forced to make impossible choice about school in pandemicShould parents send their children back to school during a pandemic? For some, staying home isn't an option economically, while others are overwhelmed by making sure their children are learning all..
Arrests made in alleged plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen WhitmerFederal and state authorities unveiled charges against 13 people accused of plotting to kidnap Michigan's Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer and put her on trial for "treason" over the state's..
Black female athletes breaking barriers on and off the fieldWhen it comes to sports, women have fought long and hard to be recognized. Shariah Harris, the first Black woman to ride in U.S. Polo’s highest league and to be a brand ambassador for the U.S. Polo..
Yale doctor on President Trump's COVID-19 treatment and health conditionPresident Trump is back at the White House but his doctors are warning he is "not out of the woods" yet. Dr. James Hamblin is a lecturer at the Yale School of Public Health, staff writer at The..
Fighting flares up between Armenia and AzerbaijanInternational concerns are growing as fighting flares up between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the Nagorno-Karabakh region. CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer joins CBSN's Tanya..
World leaders wish President Trump a speedy recovery from COVID-19President Trump is receiving an outpouring of well-wishes after announcing he and the first lady tested positive for the coronavirus. CBSN's Tanya Rivero spoke with CBS News foreign correspondent..
Commission on Presidential Debates to make changes after chaotic first debate between Trump and BidenThe Commission on Presidential Debates has announced it will make changes after the first event Tuesday night was marred by constant interruptions. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe and CBS..
Candidates return to campaign trail after chaotic first debatePresident Trump and Joe Biden returned to the campaign trail after a chaotic first presidential debate. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe wraps up the key takeaways from the event, then CBS..
Facebook steps up efforts to prevent a repeat of 2016 election meddlingAfter Russia successfully used Facebook to spread misinformation during the 2016 campaign, Facebook has changed policies and ramped up security efforts to prevent a repeat in 2020. CNET senior producer..
New memoir by late Representative Elijah Cummings releasedMaya Rockeymoore Cummings has released her late husband's memoir "We're Better Than This: My Fight for the Future of Our Democracy" and explains to CBSN's Tanya Rivero the decision of completing the..
Music performances returning to The Kennedy CenterThe Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. is preparing to welcome back in-person musical performances on Saturday, September 26. CBSN's Tanya Rivero spoke with Deborah F. Rutter, Curator at The Kennedy..
Time releases its 100 Most Influential People of 2020TIME has released its list of the year's most influential people. Dan Macsai, the magazine's executive editor and editorial director of TIME100, spoke with CBSN's Tanya Rivero about what makes this..
Tropical depression Beta batters Texas coastTropical Storm Beta was downgraded to a tropical depression after hitting the Texas coast. Tanya Rivero spoke with CBS News meteorologist and climate change specialist Jeff Beradelli about the impact..
Wildfire smoke puts firefighters at heightened risk from coronavirusThere are new concerns about the safety of firefighters battling wildfires during the COVID-19 pandemic. CBSN's Tanya Rivero spoke with Luke Montrose, an assistant professor with the Department of..
How COVID-19 impacts food insecurityA new article from The New York Times explores the impact coronavirus has had on people who went into the pandemic already suffering from extreme poverty. The New York Times’ global economic..
Russia pledges $1.5 billion to BelarusRussian President Vladimir Putin met with Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko for the first time since political unrest began last month in Belarus. CBSN's Tanya Rivero spoke with CBS News..
FAA OK's Amazon's drone fleet; Walmart takes aim at PrimeAmazon moves one step closer to a drone fleet with FAA approval, while Walmart launches a subscription service that takes aim at Amazon Prime. CBSN's Tanya Rivero has more.
At least 37 million people have been displaced by the U.S. war on terror, study findsSince the terror attacks September 11th, 2001, at least 37 million people have been displaced by the United States' war on terror, according to a report from Brown University's Costs of War Project...
COVID-19 health concerns for 9/11 first respondersThere are new concerns that the health struggles of 9/11 first responders and survivors are being overlooked amid the COVID-19 pandemic. CBSN's Tanya Rivero spoke with CBS News political reporter Grace..
More than 29 million Americans still on unemployment benefitsNew data from the Labor Department shows more than 1.6 million people applied for new unemployment benefits this past week. Mark Hamrick, Washington bureau chief and senior economic analyst for..
Woodward tapes show Trump knew the dangers of COVID-19 but downplayed itA new book by journalist Bob Woodward details new information about what President Trump knew about the severity of the coronavirus back in February. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid joins..
Will the Woodward tapes impact Trump's reelection campaign?President Trump deliberately downplayed the severity of the coronavirus threat back in February, according to a new book by journalist Bob Woodward. Woodward also reports the president talked about the..
Judge temporarily blocks Trump administration's attempt to end census count earlyA federal judge is temporarily blocking the Trump administration's attempt to end the 2020 census count a month early. Thomas Wolf, senior counsel for the Brennan Center for Justice, is representing..
Trump told Bob Woodward he wanted to play down coronavirus, reveals existence of secret nuclear weaponsA series of tapes released by veteran Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward reveal President Trump was aware of the dangers posed by COVID-19 early on and purposely chose to "play it down."..
Justice Department moves to defend Trump in rape accuser's defamation suitIn an unprecedented move, the Justice Department is intervening to take over President Trump's defense in a defamation lawsuit brought by writer E. Jean Carroll, who has accused him of rape. The..
U.S. woman accused in deadly U.K. hit-and-run won't face extraditionBritain's Crown Prosecution Service announced that Anne Sacoolas will not face a U.K. judge in connection with the hit-and-run death of Harry Dunn. Tanya Rivero spoke with CBS foreign correspondent..
How the coronavirus pandemic is impacting our mental healthRamani Durvasula, a clinical psychologist and professor at California State - Los Angeles, spoke to CBSN's Tanya Rivero about the impact the pandemic is having on people's mental health and well-being.
"Tenet" tops box office as Disney's "Mulan" faces controversy"Tenet" topped the Labor Day holiday weekend box office after delaying its opening due to the coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, the live-action remake of "Mulan" has been the subject of criticism after..
Tech companies under fire for misinformation on COVID-19 on social mediaA new report by the Center for Countering Digital Hate says social media companies are not doing enough to stop the spread of misinformation about the coronavirus. The group's CEO, Imran Ahmed, spoke..
Tyler Perry becomes Hollywood's latest billionaireTyler Perry is Hollywood's newest billionaire, according to Forbes. The magazine said the popular filmmaker has joined the elite club after estimating his net worth at $1 billion. CBSN's Tanya Rivero..
Nile River dam dispute shows world what a fight over water security looks likeAs climate change continues to warm the Earth and exacerbate droughts, a dispute over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is showing the world what a fight over water rights looks like. Joshua Keating,..
Paycheck Protection Program seen as "fertile ground" for scamsTreasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin is testifying before a House committee where he is expected to be asked about the potential for fraudulent loans acquired under the Paycheck Protection Program. CBS..
Chadwick Boseman's death spotlights risk of colon cancer in young adultsThe shocking death of actor Chadwick Boseman at age 43 from colon cancer has brought renewed attention toward what is now the third most common form of cancer in the United States. Dr. Andrea Cercek a..
Former Trump adviser Steve Bannon appears at virtual hearing in fraud casePresident Trump's former chief strategist Steve Bannon appeared at a virtual hearing Monday on fraud charges. Federal prosecutors say Bannon and three others hatched a plan to defraud thousands of..
Legendary Georgetown basketball coach John Thompson Jr. dead at 78John Thompson Jr., first Black head coach to win the NCAA basketball championship, has died at the age of 78. CBS News special correspondent James Brown spoke to CBSN's Tanya Rivero about the legacy..
"Golden State Killer" sentened to life in prison without paroleThe infamous "Golden State Killer," Joseph DeAngelo, was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. He apologized in court Friday. CBSN's Tanya Rivero has details.
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy says USPS changes will stayPostmaster General Louis DeJoy faced a morning of questioning before a Senate committee Friday about his changes to U.S. Postal Service operations and their potential impact on the 2020 election. Molly..