The now convicted murderer had some pretty interesting ways of asking the jury to spare her life. She spoke today during the punishment phase of her trial. Not only did she give her last artist showcase, she also told the jury she'd start a recycling program at the jail, teach spanish, english, and even sign language AND grow her hair to donate to locks of love.
Crowd Chants '¡Si, Se Puede!' After Passage of Immigration Bill
After the Senate Judiciary Committee passed the "Gang of 8" Immigration bill with minimal amendments, the crowd erupted in cheers first chanting "Yes, we can!" After the Chair of the committee, Senator Leahy announced that he was going to "pretend" to ask for order, the crowd began shouting "¡Si, Se Puede!" Leahy invited the excited audience to approach the Senate committee stands to give and receive congratulations and to celebrate with other Senate members.
Jodi Arias tells The Associated Press that it would cause more pain for her family, if she is sentenced to death. Arias has been convicted of killing her former boyfriend in 2008. A jury is deciding if she will be sentenced to death. (May 22)
Protesters vented their anger at the IRS in Cincinnati on Tuesday. The IRS is under investigation, amid revelations that a Cincinnati-base IRS division singled out conservative groups for additional scrutiny. (May 22)
Anthony Weiner: I'm running for New York City mayor
In an online video, ex-congressman Anthony Weiner says he's going to run for NYC mayor. Weiner resigned from Congress after admitting he sent lewd pictures of himself to several women via Twitter. Jim Axelrod reports on Weiner's decision.
The FBI says it was involved in a fatal shooting near Universal Studios in Orlando, Fla. CBS News senior correspondent John Miller tells "CTM" co-host Charlie Rose the victim was a friend of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the older brother suspected in the Boston Marathon bombing.