Biden introduces American Families Plan, focusing on education.

In his first presidential address to Congress, President Biden launched into a pitch for his American Families Plan, a roughly $1.8 trillion investment in education for children and young adults and child care assistance. The plan calls for free preschool for 3-year-olds and 4-year-olds, regardless of their family income, as well as two years of free community college for all Americans. Watch his remarks here.

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Derek Chauvin's murder trial heads to jury deliberations.

Derek Chauvin's murder trial heads to jury deliberations.

Derek Chauvin's fate is now in the hands of 12 jurors following a day of contentious closing arguments. He's charged with second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter in the death of George Floyd. Criminal defense atto...

Former Vice President Walter Mondale has died at 93.

Former Vice President Walter Mondale has died at 93.

Former Vice President and presidential candidate Walter Mondale has died at age 93. His family announced he died Monday in Minneapolis. CBS News' Natalie Brand has more on Mondale's ground-breaking political legacy. CBSN is CBS News’ 24/7 digital ...

Biden says he's  «prepared to compromise»  on infrastructure plan.

Biden says he's «prepared to compromise» on infrastructure plan.

President Biden met with a bipartisan group of lawmakers at the White House on Monday to discuss his $2.3 trillion infrastructure proposal. Reuters White House correspondent Jeff Mason joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss.  CBSN is CBS News’ 24/...

Feelings of pandemic apathy may be defined as  «languishing,»  report says.

Feelings of pandemic apathy may be defined as «languishing,» report says.

Health experts are using the term "languishing" to define feelings of emptiness and stagnation caused by the coronavirus pandemic. They say it's important to recognize the emotion and talk about it before it becomes a more severe mental health iss...

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U.S. expands vaccine eligibility as more than a dozen states report rise in COVID cases

U.S. expands vaccine eligibility as more than a dozen states report rise in COVID cases

As CBS News' Meg Oliver reports, anyone aged 16 and older is now eligible for a coronavirus vaccine in the U.S. But despite progress on the vaccine front, the head of the CDC says the nation is still in a "complicated stage" with cases continuing ...