On tonight's CBS Evening News -- a look at "red flag laws" and how the gunman who killed eight people at an Indianapolis FedEx facility was able to possess guns even though he was already on law enforcement's radar. Also -- is your Peloton treadmill safe? The new warning for small children and pets, and how the company is responding.
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- new details tonight about the gunman in Indianapolis who took the lives of at least eight people in a mass shooting at a FedEx facility. Also -- Steve Hartman goes "On the Road" with a brother and sister on a mission to get a new word added to the dictionary -- all while paying tribute to the memory of their dad.
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- what we're learning tonight about the COVID-related illness afflicting children -- what new research is revealing, and what parents need to know. Also -- we'll meet a remarkable woman who left a career in education to start a grassroots movement to help America's veterans.
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- Manuel Bojorquez is on the ground in Sao Paulo, Brazil reporting on the country's desperate need for medical supplies. Also -- new details on the death of Bernie Madoff, the mastermind of the biggest Ponzi scheme on record.
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- after today's recommendation from the FDA and CDC to pause the use of the single-dose COVID vaccine from Johnson and Johnson, Norah O'Donnell speaks to Dr. Anthony Fauci about the concerns over the shot as America races to vaccinate. Also -- when a car with passengers inside ended up in Florida canal, how a quick-thinking father and son team stepped up to save the day.
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- team coverage from the Minneapolis area tonight after an unarmed black man is shot by police during a traffic stop. This comes as tensions continue to remain high due to the ongoing trial of Derek Chauvin for his role in the killing of George Floyd last May. Also -- after Hideki Matsuyama's historic win at the Masters last night, how the young golfer from Japan is hoping to inspire the next generation of future golf greats.
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- as Britain and the world mourn the passing of Prince Philip, what we're learning about possible funeral arrangements, and will Harry and Meghan attend? Also -- Steve Hartman goes "On the Road" with a 13-year-old camping enthusiast who is breaking records from a tent in his back yard.
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- what will President Biden's executive actions on gun control mean for the gun control debate after yet another mass-shooting incident -- this time at a cabinet store in Texas? Also -- what's to blame for a dramatic uptick in violent carjackings throughout the country? How the COVID-19 pandemic may be impacting the increase of this particular crime in America's major cities.
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- the growing debate tonight over COVID vaccine passports. Could they be mandated as Americans resume normal life? Also -- when Congress is out, the doctor is in! How one Congressman and former ER doctor is giving back to his constituents -- one COVID shot at a time.
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- the latest on the Biden Administration's decision to move up the vaccine eligibility date for all Americans. What it could mean in the battle to gain ground on those worrisome variants. Also -- how a creative and thoughtful idea is helping sick children feel a little more like superheroes as they courageously fight challenging health battles.