At a news conference, senior White House correspondent Bill Plante asked President Obama if the U.S. was turning back the clock on relations with Russia. Norah O'Donnell reports.
After 100 years, few remember the Americans who died for their country in World War I. There is now a push for a national memorial to mark their sacrifices in "The Great War." Bill Plante reports.
The Library of Congress announced the latest films to be honored with an official spot in American cinematic history. Bill Plante reports on which movies made the final cut.
CBS News has found 200 House Democrats and 14 House Republicans would support funding the government -- two more votes would be needed for it to pass. However, Speaker Boehner is refusing to hold a vote. He says he is waiting for the president to negotiate, but has privately told House Republicans he is done negotiating. CBS News senior White House correspondent Bill Plante reports.
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