President Obama says the U.S. is planning for military action against ISIS in Syria, but now is not the time to strike just yet. Meanwhile, Republicans are accusing the president of having "no plan" to deal with the terror group after Obama said, "We don't have a strategy yet." Bill Plante reports from the White House.
Nearly half a century after Alabama Gov. George Wallace ordered an attack on civil rights marchers, his daughter, Peggy Wallace Kennedy, talks to CBS News correspondent Bill Plante about her efforts to write a new chapter to her family's story.
The gun victim who became a powerful advocate for tougher gun laws as President Ronald Regan's one-time spokesman is remembered after his death this Monday. Bill Plante reports from the White House.
James Brady, the former White House press secretary who was severely wounded during a 1981 assassination attempt on Ronald Reagan, died today. Brady became a staunch gun control advocate following the incident, calling for federal background checks for those purchasing firearms. Bill Plante reports.
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