What’s behind the push for a fourth stimulus check
As the IRS distributes the $1,400 stimulus payments, some lawmakers say the money won’t last three months.
Biden set to announce executive action on guns
Two people familiar with the forthcoming announcement said the president will reclassify “ghost guns” as firearms.
Live Updates: Forensic scientist takes stand in Derek Chauvin trial
Earlier Wednesday, a state use-of-force investigator was questioned about the police bodycam videos of George Floyd.
21 hockey players on Vancouver Canucks test positive for COVID-19
The massive outbreak, which has reached nearly all of the team’s players, is one of the largest that a professional sports team has faced during the pandemic.
Transgender activist Raquel Willis speaks out on Arkansas law
Arkansas just passed a controversial law that criminalizes gender-affirming medical treatment for trans youth.
Biden urges action on infrastructure plan
President Joe Biden on Wednesday promoted the American Jobs Plan, his $2 trillion infrastructure package, arguing that the definition of infrastructure is “evolving” and defending his proposal to raise the corporate tax rate to pay for it. Watch his remarks and CBS News senior White House correspondent Ed O’Keefe’s analysis.
Ex-Trump aide Stephen Miller launches group to fight Democrats in courts
The group, America First Legal Foundation, launched with the backing of former President Donald Trump.
Nike distances itself from NFL star after women’s accusations
Sporting gear company says it is “deeply concerned” after multiple women allege the athlete assaulted them.
Biden says inaction on infrastructure “not an option”
The president touted the $2 trillion American Jobs Plan and defended raising the corporate tax rate to pay for it.
Tiger Woods was speeding before SUV crash
The 45-year-old golf legend spent weeks in the hospital after undergoing surgery and is now recovering at home.
NYC’s ultra-rich to face 52% combined income tax rates, highest in U.S.
Thousands of New York’s top earners may have to pay roughly half their salaries to city, state and federal governments.
Ray McGuire on why he’s running for NYC mayor
Polls show half of New York City’s likely voters are still undecided about who they’ll back in the June 22 Democratic primary for mayor. Ray McGuire is one of eight major candidates seeking the nomination. He spoke with CBSN’s Tanya Rivero about the race and why he believe he’s the best fit for the nation’s biggest city.