Authorities in Indiana hope a mysterious voice recording will help them catch whoever killed Liberty German, 14, and Abigail Williams, 13, last week when they were on a hike. Police found a recording on German's phone that may have been her killer. Don Dahler reports.
The Department of Agriculture predicts farmers' incomes will drop an additional nine percent in 2017, extending the worst slide in generations. As David Begnaud reports, that is due to a drop in commodity prices and rising costs of operating farms.
A new CBS News poll found that 61 percent of Americans believe the economy is in good shape, the highest number since the Great Recession. A surging stock market is one reason; The Dow hit its tenth record high in a row on Thursday. Jim Axelrod has more.
Republican congressman continue to get grilled as they face voters angered by the policies of President Trump. As Nancy Cordes reports, some are weighing how much to publicly back the president without jeopardizing their jobs.
President Trump said Thursday that the deportation of undocumented criminals would be a "military operation." But DHS Secretary Kelly said the military would not be used for immigration enforcement. The White House later said Mr. Trump used the term as an adjective to describe precision.
President Trump's chief strategist Steve Bannon made a rare public appearance Thursday, speaking at the CPAC conservative conference with WH chief of staff Reince Priebus. As Margaret Brennan reports, Bannon doubled down his attacks on the media and touted Mr. Trump's early record in office.