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On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- with 12-15 year-olds now eligible to get Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, how one American city is planning to offer them gift cards from popular chains like Starbucks and Chipotle as an incentive to get the shot. Also -- from first time nominees to celebrated musical legends, find out who made it to the Rock and …
 
Colonial Pipeline is up and running again, but it will be a while before it reaches full capacity. Meanwhile, worried drivers line up at gas stations. CDC panel gives final approval for Pfizer COVID shots for kids as young as 12. GOP Rep. Liz Cheney ousted from her number-three leadership role. President Biden speaks to Israel's prime minister abou…
 
Long lines at some gas stations in the South following the continued shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline due to a cyber attack. Vaccines for all ages could soon be a reality. Violence escalates in Middle East. Medina Spirit will run in the Preakness under heavy monitoring.
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- in the aftermath of the cyber attack on the Colonial Pipeline, more tonight on the nationwide fuel shortages now impacting so many Americans at the gas pump. Also -- a big-hearted third grader is stepping up to help Washington DC's homeless -- and inspiring others to also pitch in and make a difference.…
 
FDA expands its emergency use authorization for Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine to children aged 12 to 15. FBI identifies hackers known as "DarkSide" for the cyber attack against Colonial Pipeline. Violence escalates between Israelis and Palestinians. Warning shots fired at Iranian boats in the Strait of Hormuz.…
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- the FDA authorizes the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 12-15 -- what this means in the fight against the pandemic. Also -- the horse that won the Kentucky Derby fails a drug test -- could he be stripped of his title?
 
As vaccinations slow, the push is on to get Americans to roll up their sleeves. Justice Department wants to close the "ghost gun" loophole. Civil rights charges for 4 former Minneapolis cops in the George Floyd case. This month's jobs report comes up short.
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- more tonight on America's newest job numbers and the debate over whether expanded unemployment benefits might be encouraging some Americans not to seek work. Also -- just before Mother's Day, the most popular baby names have come out! Find out which made the list and which other names have fallen out of favo…
 
A number of governors announce plans to ease restrictions as COVID numbers decline. President Biden pushes his infrastructure plan in red state Louisiana. Candidate emerges for embattled Republican Rep. Liz Cheney's leadership job. Florida governor signs new voting restrictions into law.
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- from manicures to free beers and even savings bonds, the new incentives to get more Americans rolling up their sleeves for a COVID vaccine. Also -- making history with the first all-female Marine platoon and their graduation from Boot Camp.
 
Biden administration says it supports a call to lift patent protections on COVID vaccine. Moderna booster shot shows promise. Third ranking House Republican Rep. Liz Cheney's leadership position in doubt. No-hitter by Baltimore pitcher.
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- more tonight on Peloton's decision to recall about 125,000 treadmills due to possible safety concerns -- what you need to know. Also -- if you're still looking to buy flowers for mom heading into Sunday, don't be surprised if you end up spending a little more money this year -- why prices are on the rise for…
 
President Biden sets a new goal of vaccinating 70-percent of adults by the 4th of July. California's two largest cities begin to ease COVID restrictions. Another day of severe weather in the South. Likely no more survivors found in overpass crash in Mexico City.
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- more tonight on President Biden's goal to get 90 million more COVID shots into the arms of Americans. How the President says he'll do it, and what he's saying about vaccines for kids as young as 12. Also -- when one woman received a devastating cancer diagnosis, how another woman stepped in to help give her …
 
More states announce plans to reopen or drop coronavirus restrictions. Biden administration raises cap on refugees by thousands. Billionaire Bill Gates and his wife Melinda announce plans to divorce. Dangerous weather plagues the Southern U.S.
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- with New York City preparing for a major reopening later this month, what's to blame for a troubling rise in new COVID infections in the Pacific Northwest? Also -- with Mother's Day almost here, a story tonight about one remarkable mom and her mission to help other military spouses find meaningful work.…
 
COVID restrictions will continue in the Pacific Northwest despite pleas in Oregon for their easing. Travel ban from India to the U.S. as that country deals with a huge surge in coronavirus cases. Israel mourns the deaths of 45 people crushed to death in a stampede at a religious festival. President Biden takes his infrastructure plan on the road to…
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- more on the breaking news out of Houston tonight where authorities uncovered a human smuggling operation with over ninety people crammed into a house. Also -- Steve Hartman goes "On the Road" with the story of a remarkable friendship sparked by a chance encounter at a funeral, and how one stranger's kindness…
 
Families of those killed by police meet with lawmakers on police reform. President Biden marks 100 days in office with a drive-in rally in Georgia. FDA moves to ban menthol cigarettes and other flavored tobacco products. Indictments after hazing death at an Ohio university.
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- the FDA's push to ban menthol cigarettes -- why they say the ban will be life-saving, and how the tobacco lobby is responding. Also -- a famous American music venue celebrates its reopening by paying tribute to the everyday heroes of the pandemic and letting them show off their musical talents.…
 
President Biden to mark his first 100 days in office with his first address to a joint session of Congress. Feds raid Rudy Giuliani's home and office. Judge denies request for public release of bodycam video in shooting death of Andrew Brown, Jr. Federal hate crime charges lodged against 3 Georgia men in the death of Ahmaud Arbery.…
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- what we're learning about the investigation of Rudy Giuliani that resulted in federal authorities executing search warrants at Giuliani's home and office. Also -- how a high school cheerleader's social media post made it's way to the Supreme Court -- and what it could mean for the debate on free speech.…
 
The CDC's new mask guidance says fully vaccinated people don't need to wear one outdoors where there are no crowds. President Biden's speech to a joint session of Congress tomorrow will look a bit different. Attorneys for a Black man killed by North Carolina deputies say an independent autopsy shows he was shot in the back of the head. The Biden ad…
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- the latest on the new CDC mask guidelines -- what they mean for Americans out and about this spring as the country tries to return to normal. Also -- more on Apple's controversial decision to give users more control over online ad-tracking -- why big tech companies like Google and Facebook are crying foul.…
 
After viewing bodycam video, the family of a Black man killed by deputies in North Carolina says he was shot in the back of the head. Justice Department to investigate Louisville, Kentucky's police department. The 2020 Census count is in, and shows the population grew at a near record slow pace. U.S. will send 60 million doses of AstraZeneca COVID …
 
On tonight's CBS Evening News podcast -- the CBS News investigation into vehicle seats -- with Congress now taking action, what you need to know to keep your children safe. Also -- we'll meet a dedicated group of volunteers using their sewing skills to make much-needed PPE for America's brave healthcare workers.…
 
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