Former President Bill Clinton will remain in a Southern California hospital for another night. His spokesperson made the revelation Friday noting Clinton will continue to receive more IV antibiotics as he stays at UC Irvine Medical Center. The spokesperson added the former chief executive is in good spirits.        Johnson and Johnson's coronavirus booster shot is getting clearance by an FDA panel. In a unanimous decision Friday, the board recommended the agency authorize the second dose for adults who have already gotten the first shot. Reports say many committee members recommend the vaccine be considered a two-dose vaccine, similar to Moderna and Pfizer.        President Biden is promoting his social spending program while making a stop in Connecticut. Speaking at a Hartford childcare center, Biden said his Build Back Better plan will invest in the American people, not just in roads and bridges. It comes as progressive and moderate Democrats have been at odds on the price tag of the President's economic agendas.       The man accused of killing a number of students and staff during a Florida school shooting is also pleading guilty to other charges. In addition to the deaths of the 17 people killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the lawyers for Nikolas Cruz say he'll plead guilty to charges stemming from his 2018 assault on a deputy at a jail. A hearing is set for Wednesday morning.       Parkland, Florida, school shooter Nikolas Cruz is pleading guilty to charges stemming from his 2018 assault on deputy at a jail. Cruz's lawyers said he also wanted to plead guilty to all charges in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school massacre. The 2018 mass shooting killed 17 students and staff and injured 17 more.        Qualifying American families are getting a boost in funds. Federal officials say another round of tax credit payments went out on Friday totaling up to 15-billion dollars. Up to 300-dollars is available to families with kids under six-years-old.