“Affluenza teen” Ethan Couch to be released from jail in April


The so-called "Affluenza teen" who killed four people while driving drunk in 2013 is set to be released from prison after two years next month. An expert called by Ethan Couch's lawyers during his trial blamed the teen's wealthy background for his irresponsible behavior. Criminal defense attorney William Bruzzo joins CBSN with a look back on the controversial case.

Mark Zuckerberg opens up about “biggest mistake” in wake of data scandal


Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is speaking publicly for the first time since a whistleblower described how a data firm exploited a loophole to access to data from 50 million Facebook users. Hours after releasing a statement (on Facebook) Zuckerberg spoke to Wired editor-in-chief and CBS News contributor Nick Thompson about what he called "one of our biggest mistakes." Also, Slate magazine's April Glaser shares her reaction to Wednesday's news.

Austin police say bombing suspect recorded 25-minute confession


A 23-year-old man suspected of terrorizing Texas residents with explosive packages​ for several weeks recorded a 25-minute "confession" on his cellphone, Austin Police Chief Brian Manley announced during a news conference Wednesday evening. In the video, Mark Conditt​ describes differences between each of the seven bombs he is believed to have constructed. Police say all of the devices are accounted for. Conditt died early Wednesday morning as police closed in on him.