Pence inks deal to write 2 books
The first book from Pence, an autobiography, is tentatively set to be published in 2023.
Capitol riot defendant “viciously” beaten in D.C. jail, lawyer says
The attorney says Ryan Samsel had his hands zip-tied before being “viciously and savagely” beatan by a guard in the facility.
NRA boss says he didn’t tell group leaders before bankruptcy
Wayne LaPierre took the stand in the NRA’s bankruptcy trial.
Crosley Green released after more than 30 years in prison
Green was convicted of a murder and sentenced to death in 1990, despite no direct evidence linking him to the case.
Ivy League acceptance rates hit “shocking” lows
Elite colleges issued their acceptances on Tuesday. At Harvard, fewer than 4 out of 100 applicants got in.
Cruise lines battle CDC for clearance
Tension is escalating as U.S. cruise lines fight to set sail again. First on “CBS This Morning,” Royal Caribbean’s CEO tells Errol Barnett how his company is preparing its ships to be COVID-safe before taking to the seas.
“Vaccine passports” spark debate and division
Some businesses are demanding “vaccine passports” but opposition is building over privacy and other concerns.
More colleges requiring vaccination proof for fall semester
A number of schools around the U.S. now ban unvaccinated individuals from being present on campus.
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.
Carbon dioxide levels highest they’ve been in over 3 million years: NOAA
The rise happened despite an estimated 7% reduction in global emissions due to the pandemic, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
South Carolina state House advances hate crimes bill
South Carolina is one of just three states that do not have similar bills, which increase criminal penalties for people who commit hate crimes.
Tiger Woods SUV crash investigation
Officials say Tiger Woods was speeding when he crashed his SUV in February. They say he will not be cited because there’s no evidence this was anything other than an accident. Carter Evans reports.