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New coronavirus case may be 1st sign of "community spread" in U.S.President appeals for calm and puts Pence in charge of America's response as the WHO chief worries about mushrooming outbreaks in South Korea, Italy and Iran.
Bloomberg attempts to reignite Sanders' health concernsMike Bloomberg is attempting to reignite concerns over Senator Bernie Sanders' health. Ed O’Keefe reports.
Weinstein juror says "nothing simple" about decisionIn an exclusive interview with "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King, one of the jurors in the Harvey Weinstein trial explained how the group reached their decision.
Study shows increase in pedestrian deaths due to distracted driversNew research finds pedestrian deaths have surged 53%. Distracted driving and walking with smartphones are factors. Last year, more than 6,500 people were killed. Kris Van Cleave reports.
U.S. stock market drops amid coronavirus fearsAs Coronavirus cases spread throughout the world, the fear and uncertainty is taking a drastic toll on the financial markets. Meg Oliver reports.
Officials investigate mysterious coronavirus caseHealth officials are urgently trying to track down everyone who came in contact with the most recent U.S. coronavirus patient in California. Carter Evans reports.
Answering common questions about the coronavirusCBS chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook joined the "CBS Evening News" to answer frequently asked questions regarding the coronavirus.
2/27: CBS Evening NewsU.S. stock market drops amid coronavirus fears; Group wants to preserve African American "spirituals"

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33 Turkish soldiers killed by airstrike in northwestern SyriaIt was the largest death toll for Turkey in a single day since it first intervened in Syria in 2016.
New coronavirus case may be 1st sign of "community spread" in U.S.President appeals for calm and puts Pence in charge of America's response as the WHO chief worries about mushrooming outbreaks in South Korea, Italy and Iran.
U.S. stock market drops amid coronavirus fearsAs Coronavirus cases spread throughout the world, the fear and uncertainty is taking a drastic toll on the financial markets. Meg Oliver reports.
The 6 largest coronavirus outbreaks outside of ChinaMore new coronavirus cases were reported outside of China than inside the country on Wednesday — the first time since global health officials began tracking the virus.
Reports of cannibalism among Arctic polar bears rising: ScientistsAmong the factors responsible for the change could include increased human activity and diminished hunting grounds.
How food can both help and hurt global healthA new book is arguing that food is at the center of a global epidemic of chronic disease. Almost three quarters of worldwide deaths are caused by heart disease, obesity or diabetes and estimates show it will cost the U.S. $95 trillion in preventing and treating diseases like those by 2050. Dr. Mark Hyman argues that food is the biggest driver, but could also be the most powerful tool to fight the problem. He joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his book, "Food Fix: How to Save Our Health, Our Economy, Our Communities, and Our Planet – One Bite at a Time."
How deadly is coronavirus and what are the symptoms?The CDC says COVID-19 symptoms can appear in as little as two days or as long as two weeks after initial exposure.
38 killed in Delhi religious violence as India balks at U.S. reactionA U.S. government commission urged Indian leaders to stop the "unchecked violence" as mobs attack people, including journalists, in the capital.

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Bloomberg attempts to reignite Sanders' health concernsMike Bloomberg is attempting to reignite concerns over Senator Bernie Sanders' health. Ed O’Keefe reports.
U.S. stock market drops amid coronavirus fearsAs Coronavirus cases spread throughout the world, the fear and uncertainty is taking a drastic toll on the financial markets. Meg Oliver reports.
2020 Daily Trail Markers: South Carolina Dems say "we don't know her" about Klobuchar"I know you" may be one of Klobuchar's signature lines, but a number of South Carolinians aren't feeling the same way about her in the runup to the state's primary on Saturday.
Whistleblower: U.S. workers on coronavirus lacked trainingA senior staffer at Health and Human Services said a government team sent to help process American coronavirus evacuees didn't have the training or equipment for the assignment, the Washington Post reported.
Amy Klobuchar's uphill battle in South Carolina"I know you" may be one of Klobuchar's signature lines, but a number of South Carolinians aren't feeling the same way about her in the runup to the state's primary on Saturday.
Who's in charge of the White House's coronavirus response?Three people are tasked with leading the administration's response, and their exact roles are unclear.
Top impeachment investigator to leave House Intel postGoldman was one of Schiff's top lieutenants during the probe into President Trump's dealings with Ukraine.
Barr says U.S. has "moral obligation" to combat rise in police suicides"These are staggering statistics, and a lot more has to be done," Barr told a conference of police chiefs in Miami.

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Weinstein juror says "nothing simple" about decisionIn an exclusive interview with "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King, one of the jurors in the Harvey Weinstein trial explained how the group reached their decision.
Lee Phillip Bell, co-creator of iconic CBS soap operas, has diedBell created the two highly successful daytime dramas with her husband, and won two Emmy awards. She died at age 91, her family said.
Weinstein juror: "There was nothing simple" about decisionWeinstein now faces up to 29 years in prison.
Group on a mission to preserve African American "spirituals"The Spirituals Project​, a choir group in Denver, is working to revive a rich musical treasure created by enslaved African Americans to express virtue in the face of suffering.
Harvey Weinstein guilty on 2 counts, cleared of most serious chargesThe verdict comes after weeks of harrowing and at times emotional testimony from six of Weinstein's accusers.
Lawyers claim new evidence clears Lori Loughlin in college scandalThe same goes for her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, the attorneys assert about the newly disclosed information
Steven Seagal charged with illegally touting cryptocurrencySecurities regulators says the movie actor failed to disclose payments for pitching a digital coin offering.
Why singer-actress Mandy Moore nearly walked away from the entertainment businessPreview: The "This Is Us" star tells "CBS Sunday Morning" that, after four failed TV pilots, "I was kind of at the point where I was like, 'Maybe this acting thing is done for me'"