The ABC series "Scandal" is coming to an end after seven seasons. It was the first network show to have a black female lead in nearly 40 years. Sylvia Obell, entertainment reporter for BuzzFeed News, and Dr. Tanisha Ford, associate professor of Africana studies and history at the University of Delaware, join CBSN to talk about the show's legacy.
The singer Kesha, who has spoken out against sexual assault and supported victims since before the #MeToo movement took hold, has been named to Time Magazine's 2018 list of the 100 Most Influential People. She told CBS News' Anthony Mason what the recognition, and the essay penned by singer Cyndi Lauper (with whom she performed at this year’s Grammy Awards), means to her. Mason will profile Kesha on CBS' "Sunday Morning" May 6.
Prosecutors in Minnesota on Thursday closed the investigation into Prince's death, saying no criminal charges will be filed. They couldn't determine who gave the musician pills laced with fentanyl. They also released new video from inside his home. As Jamie Yuccas reports, the images can be disturbing.