From coronavirus to the deaths of George Floyd and Ruth Bader Ginsberg, 2020 has been a year that shows America has truly Changed Forever. Each week we dig into all of the developments that have changed the country and the world.
As the world changes so do we. 'Coronavirus: Changed Forever' is now 'America: Changed Forever.' Each week, host Gil Gross will take a look at how the week's headlines are shifting our country and how live. On this week's episode, the politics behind taking down confederate statues and a discussion with the man pushing congress to change the name of the Robert E. Lee House. And years after becoming the standard in policing, have body cameras changed anything?
On this week's episode of America: Changed Forever, a discussion about race and the significance of Juneteenth with Civil Rights Leader Nina Turner. How has our economy changed in the wake of Coronavirus? Host Gil Gross talks with Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger about where we go from here. And a look at Beijing and the Chinese capital's recent spike in COVID cases. Gross speaks with CBS News Asia Correspondent Ramy Inocencio.
On this week's episode of America: Changed Forever, the changing attitudes towards statues across the world. A discussion with an art crime historian. What will happen in Congress with police reform? Host Gil Gross speaks with Jim McGovern, the House Rules Committee Chair on Police Reform. And as we see a spike in Coronavirus cases throughout the country, Gross catches up with Dr. David Hayes-Bautista of UCLA on what is behind the surge.
On this week's episode of America: Changed Forever, the controversial idea of 'defunding the police.' Plus: the spike in temperatures above 100 degrees in the Arctic circle. Host Gil Gross speaks with Greg Pemberton, the Chairman of the Washington, D.C. Police Union. And, a chat with CBS News Meteorologist and Climate Scientist Jeff Berardelli.
On this week's episode of America: Changed Forever, how will school be changed in the wake of Coronavirus? Gil Gross speaks with the President of the National Education Association about keeping students and teachers healthy in the fall. Unemployment numbers are improving but what does that mean for the economy? And a look at the changing names of sports teams.
On this week's episode of America: Changed Forever, how will housing be changed by COVID? A look at the eviction crisis happening in the virus' wake and a discussion with Dr. Ben Carson, the United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. And a listen back to this week's CBS News exclusive interview with President Trump.
On this week's episode of "America: Changed Forever", a look at how our economy has changed since March. New GDP numbers out Friday were the worst in modern history. Anchor Gil Gross looks at the economic tea leaves with CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger. And how will going to the movies change post COVID? A discussion with Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday.
On this week's episode of America: Changed Forever, will working from home be a permanent change? How coronavirus has impacted the work force and the notion of the work day. And where are we with a coronavirus vaccine? Anchor Gil Gross takes a look at the COVID crystal ball with Dr. Peter Jay Hotez of Baylor College of Medicine. Oh, and remember murder hornets...
On this week's edition of America: Changed Forever, getting to know Joe Biden's running mate. Host Gil Gross speaks with Joe Garofoli, lead political reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, about California Senator Kamala Harris. Plus, nationally-syndicated columnist and author Ilyce Glink joins the show to discuss the surprising housing market.
On this weeks ‘America: Changed Forever”, a look at the changes coming to College Football this year as some of the big names in the NCAA will not be on the gridiron. And it has been billed by many as the unconventional convention. Host Gil Gross discusses this week’s Democratic National Convention with CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Major Garrett.