The wait continues as a grand jury in Manhattan weighs whether to indict former President Donald Trump.
Sources say the grand jury’s work is nearly done, but it’s not yet clear if charges have been formally presented.
The case regards alleged hush money payments to former porn star Stormy Daniels, with the crucial question being whether Trump falsified records to hide it.
In a surprise move, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg did not convene the grand jury on Wednesday, but it could still meet today.
Meanwhile, in a different Trump investigation, the former president’s lawyer could appear in court as soon as tomorrow regarding classified documents being held at Mar-A-Lago.
Law enforcement remains on high alert for possible violent protests, while House Republicans are expanding their own probe into the matter.
A federal appeals court has ruled that one of Trump’s lawyers must testify and share evidence about the handling of classified materials at Mar-A-Lago.
CBS News is getting some information about what that evidence could look like, including documents and private audio files.