Sanders wants fossil fuel execs to testify to budget committee
Top executives at BP, Chevron and ExxonMobil have been invited to next week’s hearing.
Forensic scientist found George Floyd’s blood, pills in squad car
McKenzie Anderson, a state crime scene team leader, testified about collecting evidence in the trial of Derek Chauvin.
Celebrity zookeeper Jack Hanna diagnosed with dementia, family says
The 74-year-old former Columbus Zoo and Aquarium director is retiring from public life, as his condition has progressed faster than anticipated.
California congressman vaccinates his constituents
California Congressman Raul Ruiz, an emergency room physician, is vaccinating his own constituents when Congress is on break. Nikole Killion takes a look.
Congressman trades in suit coat for lab coat to vaccinate constituents
California Congressman Raul Ruiz, who is also an ER physician, represents a desert district outside of Los Angeles whose population is nearly half Hispanic.
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“Vaccine passports” spark debate and division
Some businesses are demanding “vaccine passports” but opposition is building over privacy and other concerns.
Zookeeper Jack Hanna diagnosed with dementia
Jack Hanna’s family says the animal expert has been diagnosed with dementia and will retire from public life.
For MLB, moving the All-Star Game is a financial whiff
Georgia taxpayers are on the hook if Atlanta-area stadium misses revenue targets on $392 million in bonds.
Migrants flee to U.S. to escape destruction and debt
There’s growing evidence that climate change may be all but forcing Guatemalans to migrate to the U.S. Manuel Bojoquez reports.
Sources: Matt Gaetz associate paid for escorts on trip
CBS News has learned that investigators are looking into a trip Congressman Matt Gaetz took to the Bahamas with a hand surgeon and marijuana entrepreneur. Major Garrett reports.
Chauvin trial focuses on George Floyd’s drug use
Prosecutors tried to puncture Derek Chauvin’s defense that George Floyd’s death was caused by his drug use, not a knee on his neck. Jamie Yuccas has the latest on the trial.
Vermont may keep universal mail-in voting
As some states push for new voting restrictions in the wake of the 2020 election, others are looking to keep the expansion of absentee voting. Vermont state representative Sarah Copeland Hanzas joins CBSN’s “Red & Blue” host Elaine Quijano to discuss Vermont’s push for universal mail voting.