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Dr. David Agus on COVID vaccine booster shots and projection of deadly surge in October

CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus weighs in on the potential need for booster shots for people over the age of 65, face mask coverings for those vaccinated, and the new projection of a deadly surge in October.

COVID-19 cases rising in all 50 states

Coronavirus cases and deaths are on the rise nationwide. Meanwhile, the Delta variant is dominating Southern California, and Southern states are the worst COVID-19 hotspots, with vaccination rates falling below 41%. Lilia Luciano reports.

Global protests against COVID-19 restrictions

New coronavirus restrictions have sparked protests over the weekend in Italy, France and Australia. Elizabeth Palmer takes a look.

Protesters march in Paris to oppose possible "virus pass" mandate

Protesters and police officers clashed on the streets of Paris, France, on Saturday as demonstrators opposed a bill that would require a "virus pass" to enter restaurants.

Demonstrators protest against vaccine passports in France, Italy and Australia

The World Health Organization is warning that countries are in the early stages of another global wave of COVID-19 infections and deaths.

MyKayla Skinner sends heartfelt message after Olympic run ends

"You have all brought me to tears," Skinner said in a tweet. "Thanks for being my biggest cheerleaders!"

Gottlieb says U.S. likely "much further in this epidemic than we're picking up"

Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former Food and Drug Administration commissioner, said that could mean "hopefully we're going to turn a corner" in the next two to three weeks.

Costa Rican gymnast ends routine with Black Lives Matter tribute

The 18-year-old said she chose to end her floor routine with the tribute to highlight equality and treating others with respect and dignity.

Lee Kiefer wins third fencing gold medal in U.S. history

A four-time NCAA champion at Notre Dame, Kiefer is now a medical student at the University of Kentucky.

Florida teen wins first-ever U.S. gold in women's taekwondo

"I just want the country to be proud of me, to share this flood of emotions," she said.

Russians top U.S. women's gymnastics in Olympics qualifying round

But reigning Olympic champion Simone Biles topped the all-around and teammate Sunisa Lee came in second.

Tokyo Olympics: Schedule for the most anticipated events

The opening ceremony is taking place Friday morning, marking the official start of the Games.

Swimmer Chase Kalisz wins Team USA's first gold at Olympics

The swimming team won six medals in their first day of competition.

Tokyo Olympics underway amid COVID-19 controversy

The Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan kicked off with an opening ceremony in a largely empty stadium Friday. The events are being held despite immense scrutiny from the Japanese public, who are dealing with a surge of coronavirus infections. Jamie Yuccas has more.

French protesters march against vaccine mandates and passes

Most French adults are fully vaccinated and multiple polls indicate a majority of French people support the new measures.

Athletes to follow during the 2020 Olympic Games

Keep track of these Olympians who are on the road to making history.

Why Japan is a fitting stage for surfing's Olympic debut

While Hawaii is the undisputed birthplace and global mecca of modern surfing, Japan has nurtured a fanatic wave-rider culture all its own.

Thousands protest lockdown in Sydney amid COVID-19 surge

Police made several arrests after crowds broke through barriers and threw plastic bottles and plants.

Man survives 3 days in flooded garage after torrential rains hit China

The death toll rose to 58 after record rains hit the major city of Zhengzhou on Tuesday, state TV reported.

17 new Olympic-related COVID-19 cases reported, bringing total to 127

The news of the new infections came just hours after the opening ceremony.

U.S. delegation sent to Haiti departs shortly after arrival

The White House had announced Friday morning of a delegation led by Thomas-Greenfield that would be going to Haiti to "pay respects upon the death" of Moïse, who was shot dead in his home on July 7.

U.S. shipping 3.5 million doses of Moderna vaccine to Colombia

The doses are set to arrive on Sunday, two White House officials tell the U.S.

Tokyo Olympics open with scaled-back ceremony and nearly empty stadium

The stands were mostly empty as athletes attended the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics. Some protesters are calling for a cancellation of the Games as COVID cases in Japan rise. Jamie Yuccas reports.

First lady Jill Biden participates in Olympics opening ceremony

The first lady is leading the U.S. delegation in Tokyo.

Tokyo Games officially begin as Naomi Osaka lights Olympic cauldron

As COVID cases in host city hit six-month high, the relatively somber event marks the start of an Olympics clouded by the coronavirus.

Biden imposes sanctions on Cuban officials for crackdown on anti-government protests

President Biden imposed sanctions on the head of Cuba's military and a government special brigade for their response to pro-democratic protests in the country this month. The move came as some Floridians planned to sail towards Havana to show solidarity with the demonstrators. Manuel Bojorquez has this report.

It's so hot in Dubai that the government is artificially creating rain

With temperatures in Dubai regularly surpassing 115 degrees Fahrenheit, the government is now using drones to zap clouds with electricity, creating rainstorms.

French President changes phone after reports of wide-scale hack

Emmanuel Macron was among tens of thousands of politicians, activists, business leaders and journalists reportedly targeted by the almost untraceable spyware.

Locals in rural Mexican town fault Coca-Cola for depleting water resources

The Mexican town of San Cristobal De Las Casas is suffering from water scarcity and local activists say the local Coca-Cola bottling plant is to blame. The plant consumes most of the community drinking water and while the soda giant says they replenish the water used, local municipal water tanks reveal another story. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.

Pro surfer Kolohe Andino on his journey to the Tokyo Olympics

Pro surfer Kolohe Andino discusses how his upbringing prepared him for the Tokyo Olympics. Carter Evans tags along as he rides the waves.

Olympic opening ceremony creative director fired over Holocaust joke

It's the latest in a series of high-profile firings and resignations of officials involved in the Tokyo Games and comes on the eve of the ceremony.

Pro surfer on his journey to the Tokyo Olympics

Kolohe Andino took CBS News to a Southern California beach to show off his unmistakable style ahead of competing in the Summer Games.

Dozens of COVID cases linked to Olympic Games in Tokyo

More than 90 people connected to the Games have been infected, including USA volleyball player Taylor Crabb and four other American athletes who are sidelined due to positive tests.

GOP lawmakers seek NIH records on research funding, COVID-19 origins

In a letter obtained by CBS News, Republican lawmakers called on the National Institutes of Health to turn over records about possible U.S. funding of research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology before the pandemic. Catherine Herridge spoke with one of the authors, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, who said the records may be key to understanding the origins of COVID-19.

July's full Buck moon rises this week — and it may appear red

The full moon may appear a reddish-orange hue — and this time, it's not because of an eclipse​.

What could the U.S. troop withdrawal in Afghanistan mean for the local interpreters who helped

60 Minutes+ correspondent Enrique Acevedo joined "CBS This Morning" to discuss his latest report on Afghan interpreters and the dangers they face as U.S. troops withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Ben & Jerry's is on rocky road with Israel over boycott

Israel vows to "act aggressively" against the Cherry Garcia maker for decision to stop selling ice cream in occupied territories.

John Carlos recalls impact of protest ahead of Tokyo games

On the eve of the Olympic opening ceremony, new rules about protesting at the games are coming under intense scrutiny. Jonathan Vigliotti spoke to a man whose protest at the Olympics changed history.

12 dead in flooded subway car as China experiences record rainfall

China is battling severe flooding in Central Henan province that has resulted in 25 deaths. CBS correspondent Ramy Inocencio reports 12 of those people died on flooded subway cars.

NASA shares epic image of moon's shadow during solar eclipse

In rare instances, a camera nearly one million miles away has the chance to capture an eclipse.

YouTube removes Bolsonaro videos for COVID misinformation

The tech giant joins Facebook and Twitter, which have also taken down posts by Brazil's president.

China rejects WHO's terms for more study of COVID-19's origins

Bejing says WHO's intention to take a closer look at the possibility that the virus leaked from a Chinese lab is particularly objectionable and needless.

Senator Marco Rubio on unrest in Cuba and the surge in COVID cases in Florida

Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the recent rise in COVID cases in Florida, and the push to vaccinate more Americans. Plus, how he believes the U.S. should respond to recent unrest in Cuba, Haiti and Afghanistan.

Tokyo Olympics to kick off under shadow of COVID pandemic

As the Tokyo Olympics begin, COVID infections among athletes and staff are increasing. Jamie Yuccas has the latest.

Officials seize 15 giant land snails at Houston airport

The snails, roughly the size of an adult fist, were discovered in plastic zip-closed bags inside an airline passenger's luggage. Fresh leaves and a quarter-pound of beef were also found.

First ever pair of sisters to play on the same U.S. women's soccer Olympic roster

"CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-host Dana Jacobson introduces us to the Mewis family, who have not just one, but two Olympians headed to Tokyo. Sisters Sam and Kristie Mewis explain how their sibling rivalry led them to the same Olympic roster.

Men have a bigger carbon footprint than women, study finds

Even when the sexes spend the same amount of money, men spend more on cars and fuel, which hurts the environment.

British man arrested for alleged role in July 2020 Twitter hack

Joseph O'Connor is the fourth to be charged in connection with the hack that compromised over 130 accounts of well-known figures.

What Taliban advances could mean for the future of Afghanistan

On "The Takeout," host Major Garrett talks with senior foreign correspondent Charlie D'Agata, who's been covering the U.S. drawdown in Afghanistan.

Pope pays Iraq a historic, but controversial visit as COVID surges

Iraq's beleaguered Christians welcome 1st-ever papal visit, but some fear he'll draw virus super-spreader-size crowds in a country also grappling with terrorism.