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About one child dies every week in the U.S. due to unsafe car seat backs, the safety standards for which have not been updated since the 1960s. Now, lawmakers are pushing to have the standards updated within two years. Kris Van Cleave reports.

House Democrats have released a 500-page report with recommendations for government action to help fight climate change. Congresswoman Kathy Castor of Florida is the chair of the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis, and she joined CBSN to discuss the recommendations.

The Lincoln Project targets Trump in new ads

Rick Wilson, co-founder of The Lincoln Project, joined "Red & Blue" to discuss his group's new ads against President Trump and whether Republicans will take a stand against him in November.

Nature: California's Mono Lake

"Sunday Morning" takes us to Mono Lake, east of Yosemite in California, known for its salty waters and mineral deposits. Videographer: Jamie McDonald.


Facebook to start labeling rule-breaking posts

Facebook will now implement strategies to crack down on potentially offensive or misleading content, including statements made by government officials. Carter Evans reports.

Tim Cook has been the CEO of Apple for nearly a decade now, and still carries on an Apple tradition: their Worldwide Developers Conference, which starts tomorrow (though in an age of social distancing, this marquee event will be virtual). "60 Minutes" correspondent John Dickerson talks with Cook about societal changes, corporate responsibility, and the role of smartphone cameras in helping advance social progress.

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