Two members of Congress say President Trump's former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn may have broken the law. They say the retired Army general did not properly reveal that he was paid by a TV network tied to the Kremlin. The House Oversight Committee's Republican chairman and ranking Democrat spoke out after reviewing classified documents. Jeff Pegues reports.
Every U.S. senator is invited to the White House Wednesday for a special briefing on the North Korean threat. The nation's top military and diplomatic officials will update the senators, and President Trump plans to drop by. The White House is an unusual venue as these sensitive briefings typically take place at the Capitol. Nancy Cordes reports.
The U.S. military moved key parts of THAAD, a controversial missile defense system, into position overnight in South Korea. Police held back protesters lining a roadway as trucks brought it in. The accelerated deployment comes as North Korea released the first pictures of what appear to be Tuesday's massive artillery drills. Adriana Diaz reports.
The White House will reveal the blueprint for a massive corporate tax cut Wednesday, one of President Trump's priorities in his first 100 days in office. The president talked tough Tuesday, accusing Canada of unfair trade. He also lashed out Wednesday morning at a judge who blocked one of his orders on illegal immigration. Margaret Brennan reports.
Two members of Congress say former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn may have broken the law. Also, President Trump escalates a trade fight with Canada. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
CBS News executive Arnold Zenker filled in for Walter Cronkite on the "CBS Evening News" during a 13-day strike in 1967. In an interview with Scott Pelley, Zenker reflected on the experience and whether he was disappointed when the strike was over and Cronkite came back.