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Saturday Sessions: Bahamas performs “Trick To Happy”Born near Toronto, singer-songwriter Afie Jurvanen taught himself guitar — and recorded his debut album in rural Ontario. Taking the name Bahamas, his 2018 collection “Earthtones” earned him both a Grammy nod and a Canadian Juno Award for Adult Alternative Album of the Year, his second award in that category. A fifth collection, “Sad Hunk,” came out in October. Bahamas joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” along with The 400 Unit to perform “Trick To Happy.”
Saturday Sessions: Bahamas performs “Up With The Jones”Born near Toronto, singer-songwriter Afie Jurvanen taught himself guitar — and recorded his debut album in rural Ontario. Taking the name Bahamas, his 2018 collection “Earthtones” earned him both a Grammy nod and a Canadian Juno Award for Adult Alternative Album of the Year, his second award in that category. A fifth collection, “Sad Hunk,” came out in October. Bahamas joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” along with The 400 Unit to perform “Up With The Jones.”
Saturday Sessions: Bahamas performs “I Got You Babe”Born near Toronto, singer-songwriter Afie Jurvanen taught himself guitar — and recorded his debut album in rural Ontario. Taking the name Bahamas, his 2018 collection “Earthtones” earned him both a Grammy nod and a Canadian Juno Award for Adult Alternative Album of the Year, his second award in that category. A fifth collection, “Sad Hunk,” came out in October. Bahamas joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” along with The 400 Unit to perform “I Got You Babe.”
Congress could pass coronavirus stimulus deal before ChristmasHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell are closing in on the framework for a coronavirus stimulus deal, after months of back-and-forth. The bill, which would help millions of struggling Americans, could be passed before Christmas. Nancy Cordes reports on the latest from Capitol Hill.
Head of U.S.' largest transit system on COVID-19 pandemic's impactSince COVID-19 hit, U.S. public transportation has been struggling. Budget shortfalls are expected to be as high as $38 billion nationwide, and while the industry employs more than 400,000 people, many transit systems are now bracing for potential layoffs and service cuts. Jeff Glor sat down with the head of New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority -- the country's largest transit system -- to discuss the enormous challenges ahead.
Trump rallies for Republican Senators Loeffler and Perdue in GeorgiaPresident Trump is heading to Valdosta, Georgia, for a rally Saturday evening to support two incumbent Republican senators facing January runoff elections against their Democratic challengers. The outcome of the races will determine which party has control of the Senate, and some Republicans worry Mr. Trump is hurting their chances of victory as he continues to falsely claim election fraud. The president lost the state to President-elect Joe Biden in the November election. Chip Reid reports.