Gov. Roy Cooper and Attorney General Josh Stein say they’re ending state efforts to persuade top U.S. court to revive a GOP-backed voter ID law, but GOP lawmakers say they will continue pushing for the high court’s review
When Peggy Whitson returns to Earth this spring, she will set a record for the most time in orbit of any NASA astronaut, man or women -- over 534 days. As Elaine Quijano reports, the 57-year-old is no stranger to breaking records.
Internet provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos resigned from the right-wing Breitbart website Tuesday after comments surfaced of him seemingly condoning pedophilia. It was the first and last time, Yiannopoulos said, that he would ever apologize for something he said, reports Jim Axelrod.
Four Americans died Monday in a fiery plane crash in Australia. The victims, all from Austin, Texas, were heading to a golf outing. As David Begnaud reports, their friends back home are mourning the loss.
As rising waters flooded homes and apartments in Northern California, dozens of rescues by teams responded in water that was often chest-deep. It was the result of a season of record-breaking downpours. John Blackstone has the details.
Each year, thousands of international medical graduates come to the U.S. for training, many in underserved communities. In the wake of President Trump's travel ban, the American medical community fears that applicants may avoid the U.S. altogether, reports Tony Dokoupil.
President Trump denounced anti-Semitism Tuesday after weeks of silence following a series of threats against Jewish centers and desecration of a Jewish cemetery. Mr. Trump has faced criticism for his handling of the issue in the past. Margaret Brennan reports.