On Monday's CBS News Prime Time, John Dickerson reported on three major news stories making headlines.
Firstly, a judge has ordered former Vice President Mike Pence to testify before a grand jury in the ongoing investigation into the January 6th Capitol riot. This decision comes after Pence was subpoenaed by the House committee investigating the insurrection. The judge ruled that executive privilege cannot be used as a shield against potential criminal activity.
In other news, Adnan Syed's murder conviction has been reinstated by Maryland's highest court after being thrown out in 2016 due to ineffective counsel during his original trial. The case gained national attention after being featured on the popular podcast "Serial." Syed was convicted of murdering his ex-girlfriend Hae Min Lee in 1999 and has maintained his innocence throughout.
Finally, UConn men's basketball coach Dan Hurley spoke ahead of his team's appearance in this weekend's Final Four tournament. Hurley expressed confidence in his players' abilities and emphasized their hard work leading up to this point. He also acknowledged their opponents' strengths but remained optimistic about UConn's chances at bringing home another championship title.
These developments are sure to continue garnering attention and sparking conversation among both legal experts and sports fans alike.