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CDC data shows that Black Americans are 2x more likely to die from coronavirus than their White neighbors, making them — by far — the most vulnerable racial group in the nation. @WesleyLowery reports on 60 in 6, available now on @Quibi_News :
In 2011, the FBI reinvestigated the murder of Louis Allen in an effort to solve potentially racially motivated murders. In 2015, the DOJ closed the case, noting that all suspects were dead and that the federal government lacks jurisdiction to prosecute.
6 years ago, lead seeped into the tap water in Flint, MI, while state and local officials said everything was fine. Now, the same doctor who proved something was wrong is taking the first comprehensive look at the thousands of kids exposed to lead in Flint
A social worker tried to tell him about "career alternatives" after he lost his sight, but Chris Downey wasn't about to stop being an architect.
“The last I checked, Latinx people were disproportionally infected with COVID-19…. And Black people were disproportionately dying,” says Dr. Ibram X. Kendi to @WesleyLowery . New episode of 60 in 6, available now on Quibi.
Peter Daszak is a British-born American PhD who’s spent a career discovering dangerous viruses in wildlife, especially bats. In 2003, he warned 60 Minutes a pandemic was coming. Two weeks ago, NIH funding for his virology research was killed.
When we interviewed Peter Navarro, the White House official tasked with coordinating national PPE supplies, he was, at times, more interested in questioning 60 Minutes' record than discussing the Trump administration’s preparations for COVID-19.
Arnav Kapur, a student in MIT’s Media Lab, has developed a system to surf the internet with his mind. He silently Googled our questions and heard the answers through vibrations transmitted through his skull and into his inner ear.
Chanel Miller’s response to online critics who said she was partly to blame for the assault because she had too much to drink.
An unknown number of people died during the 1921 Tulsa massacre. Six thousand newly homeless African American survivors – whose houses were destroyed in the massacre – were forced into internment camps and released weeks later.