More than 400 suspects charged in Capitol riot

The number of people facing charges in the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol continues to grow. Federal prosecutor Michael Sherwin said some suspects may face sedition charges. Kris Van Cleave has the latest.

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- As police surround the building, live pictures from the scene.

Fourth vaccine, fourth wave-- AstraZeneca says its coronavirus shot is 100% effective at preventing severe COVID. Plus, with millions now traveling, new alarm bells about the potential for a fourth wave of the virus.

ROCHELLE WALENSKY: We are at a critical point in this pandemic, a fork in the road.

- State of emergency-- the crackdown tonight at one of the country's hottest destinations after crowds clashed with police on the streets of Miami Beach. The latest on the strict new curfew and fears of a super-spreader Spring Break.

Overwhelmed, the Biden administration struggles to house around 16,000 children who have crossed the southern border. Tonight, the stunning images inside a crowded holding facility and the little boy, all alone.

Capital charges-- as the security fences around the House and Senate come down, the investigation into the January 6th insurrection heats up. What a top federal prosecutor tell CBS News about possible charges of sedition and why President Trump hasn't been ruled out.

A river of fire, the up close look at the volcano that's erupting now. So where is all that lava heading?

And March mayhem, the buzzer beater, COVID knockouts, and Cinderella stories, why this year's tournament is much more than madness.


This is the CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell reporting from the nation's capital.

MAJOR GARRETT: Good evening, everyone. Thank you for joining us. Norah is off. I'm Major Garrett.

We're going to begin tonight with breaking news, what police tell CBS News is an active shooter situation in Boulder, Colorado. There are few details from police, but SWAT teams are surrounding the King Soopers Grocery Store, south of downtown Boulder. And what appear to be victims can be seen on the ground, both inside and outside of the building.

It is a harrowing--