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3/5: One of three women accusing NY Gov. Cuomo of sexual harassment speaks exclusively to CBS News.
One of the women accusing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment is speaking on camera for the first time. Charlotte Bennett told Norah O'Donnell it became clear to her that he was trying to sleep with her. A short time ago, Pope Francis arrived in Baghdad for the first-ever papal visit to Iraq. The timing is controversial as COVID infections are rising in Iraq, and there are concerns over the country's security. The Senate is debating President Biden's ambitious COVID economic relief package today, despite a stalling tactic by Republican Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin. In Britain this morning, Prince Harry and Meghan are taking more flak for their interview with Oprah Winfrey, airing this Sunday on CBS.
3/4: A major compromise on COVID relief means financial help for Americans could soon be on the way.
Extra security has been added to Capitol Hill today, and House lawmakers chose not to meet in person as a precaution. The Senate could soon debate a new COVID economic relief bill, after President Biden agreed to a compromise that limits who will be eligible for stimulus checks. In the House, Democrats have passed a landmark new voting rights bill. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says he won't resign over sexual harassment claims made by three women. Texas and Mississippi's governors face harsh criticism and some praise for ending their statewide mask requirements. There's a new round of protests this morning in Myanmar, one day after the bloodiest day since a military coup.
3/3: President Biden says there will be enough vaccine doses for every adult in America by the end of May.
President Biden is vastly speeding up the timeline for the vaccine rollout, by two months. We're also learning more about major gambles to fully reopen businesses in Texas and Mississippi. The first doses of the single-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine are bringing hope and relief to communities across the country today. In Germany, many are choosing to wait for one vaccine over another, instead of just getting the shot that is most available. At least ten rockets have hit a military base used by American forces in western Iraq. We're expecting more passionate testimony in the Senate today on January's deadly assault on the Capitol. A horrific highway crash that killed at least 13 people is the focus of an intense investigation in California. The political and legal fight over election laws and the right to vote is getting more intense this morning.
3/2: A third new vaccine gets to hospitals today. A water crisis grips Jackson, MS two weeks after an ice storm.
The first shipments of the new single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine could arrive in hospitals today. More than 50 million Americans have already received at least one dose of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. A third woman now accuses New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of harassment, adding to the claims of inappropriate behavior by the three-term Democrat. The huge winter storm that devastated much of the country last month has also left Jackson, Mississippi without drinkable water for the past two weeks. This morning, a Senate committee questions the FBI director about domestic extremists and the assault on the Capitol. The Biden administration is expanding efforts to reunite families separated under the Trump administration's immigration policies. Despite progress, hundreds of migrant children remain separated from their parents.
3/1: A third COVID vaccine is shipping out to sites today. NY Gov. Cuomo faces new harassment allegations.
A newly-approved third vaccine by Johnson & Johnson is being sent out today, it's the first single-dose vaccine approved in the U.S. While vaccine distribution is ramping up, there is a new worrying drop in COVID testing across the country. New York's Democratic governor, Andrew Cuomo, faces calls to resign after a second former aide accused him of sexual harassment. Donald Trump's first speech as our former president included some of the same false claims that inspired the deadly assault on the Capitol, and he expressed no remorse. Pro-democracy protesters are back on the streets in Myanmar this morning, despite a U.N. report that at least 18 people were killed a day earlier by forces loyal to the military government.
2/26: U.S. launches Syria airstrikes. Biden visits Texas after storms.
U.S. air strikes target pro-Iran militias in eastern Syria -- in a clear warning to Tehran. The Biden administration calls it retaliation for rocket attacks on U.S. forces. An effort to double the federal minimum wage suffers a major setback in Congress. The president travels to Texas this morning to see how millions are recovering from a deadly cold snap. Coronavirus case numbers are dropping, but experts worry that upcoming spring break travel will create new super spreader events. There's been a shocking new twist in a gymnastics abuse investigation. A former U.S. Olympics coach died by suicide, just hours after being charged with 24 felonies, including human trafficking and criminal sexual conduct.
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