America will pass 200-million coronavirus vaccinations on Thursday. That's what president Biden said while speaking at the White House. He called it an "American achievement," but noted a large number of Americans are still not vaccinated.    Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton is accusing basketball star LeBron James of inciting violence. In a now-deleted tweet, LeBron posted a photo of the officer involved in the shooing of 16-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant saying "you're next" along with the hashtag "accountability." LeBron said he deleted the tweet because it was "being used to create more hate."    It looks like a lot of people are stepping forward with information about Governor Andrew Cuomo. Judiciary Chair Charles Lavine said the impeachment inquiry tip line has received over 200 calls. The law firm helping with the probe has also talked to lawyers for "about 70 people who may have relevant information." Cuomo has denied allegations of sexual misconduct and COVID-19 reporting failures.    Legal marijuana is coming to the south. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam signed a law that will make it legal for anyone 21 or older to possess up to one ounce of marijuana beginning July 1st. He called the measure a "milestone" for the state.    After 30 years, a message in a bottle has found a recipient. The Stanfield family told The Jackson Sun they found a bottle near Ripley, Tennessee that said it was placed in a river in Kentucky three decades earlier. The family put their story on Facebook and were connected to the people who wrote the note within an hour. The two families said they have forged a friendship.