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Five positive news stories you might have missed this week
From J.K. Rowling's ebook release to the rescue of an orphaned bear cub: these are the positive stories you might not have seen this week.
German gymnasts find novel ways to train at home
Gymnasts in the German city of Dresden are making the best of things as they try to keep fit while gyms are closed during the lockdown.
'Spider-Man' uses daily exercise time to cheer up locked-down kids
A resident in the Manchester suburb of Stockport has started dressing as comic book hero Spider-Man to cheer up children who are stuck indoors due to the coronavirus lockdown.
Cougars venture into quarantined Santiago for food
Chilean authorities captured a second cougar in little more than a week late Wednesday after the cat was spotted strolling through an upscale suburb of Santiago amid the evening quiet imposed nationwide. Gavino Garay has more.
Viennese physiotherapist find coronavirus workaround
With Austria on strict lockdown over the coronavirus people are getting inventive in an effort to stay in business and keep their clients.
Viennese physiotherapist find coronavirus workaround
With Austria on strict lockdown over the coronavirus people are getting inventive in an effort to stay in business and keep their clients.
Livening up lockdown: Top musical moments from around the world
From opera singers to saxophonists, musicians around the world have brought a bit of much needed cheer to their neighborhoods during coronavirus lockdown.
Orphaned bear cub found in forest recovering at U.S. zoo
Brevard Zoo released footage showing an orphaned black bear cub recovering in its new home after being found in Florida’s Ocala National Forest
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ICYMI: A look back at Sunday's 60 Minutes
This week on 60 Minutes: Doctors on the front lines describe surge in coronavirus patients, Brené Brown tells Bill Whitaker why people shouldn't associate vulnerability with weakness, and Jon Wertheim reports on middlemen luring A
Life inside an American coronavirus containment zone
Westchester County, a suburb of New York City, is now home to a containment zone after a man there tested positive for the coronavirus. Scott Pelley speaks with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and reports on what's happening inside
Fed official uncertain how economy will fare during the coronavirus crisis
The former Treasury official who was in charge of the $700 billion government response to the 2008 financial crisis tells 60 Minutes what tools the Federal Reserve can use to combat the economic stress being caused by COVID-19. Sc
"It's us versus it." Scientists rush to develop a novel coronavirus vaccine
The rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus has prompted medical researchers worldwide to go on the offense and look for vaccines and treatments. Bill Whitaker reports on some of the leading efforts.
The Epicenter, Brené Brown, The African Basketball Trail
Doctors treating coronavirus say they're doing their best, "but it feels like wartime”; Then, Brené Brown on vulnerability and courage; And, false promises for African basketball players
False promises for African basketball players
Some African basketball players are being drawn to the U.S. with promises of education and opportunity, only to have the rug pulled out from under them when they step off the plane. Jon Wertheim investigates.
Brené Brown: The 60 Minutes Interview
The popular lecturer, author and podcast host tells 60 Minutes why people shouldn't associate vulnerability with weakness, why she wishes her work would not be called “self-help,” and how her own struggles help her connect with ot
Doctors treating coronavirus say they're doing their best, "but it feels like wartime"
Scott Pelley reports from hospitals in New York City, the new epicenter for COVID-19. Doctors describe how some patients with the disease can deteriorate suddenly and require lifesaving intensive care.
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