Leah Carroll has a rare blood disorder and she spends most of her time at a hospital. To distract the four-year-old from boredom and pain, her mother looked for songs that Leah could lip-synch to. That's how the video of her singing "Overcomer" became an internet sensation. Mireya Villarreal reports.
An influential group of doctors demanded a top-to-bottom change in the way the U.S. handles addiction. Over 22 million Americans need treatment for drugs or alcohol, but just 18 percent are getting it. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
Bids to build President Trump's border wall are due Wednesday, and more than 600 companies have put in. Mr. Trump says the wall will cost $12 billion, but some analysts and researchers say it'll be much higher, between $15 and $40 billion. David Begnaud has more.
Had the Affordable Care Act been repealed, Pennsylvania authorities estimated over one million of the state's residents would have lost health coverage. Across party lines, people there have one message for Congress when it comes to health care: come together. Don Dahler reports.
California authorities say aggressive immigration enforcement tactics are having a chilling effect on Latinos and their relationship with local cops. Stories of illegal immigrants being targeted at courthouses has led to a decline in crime reporting. Ben Tracy reports.
GOP Rep. Devin Nunes, the chair of the House Intelligence Committee, is under fire for his unusual actions regarding the investigation into Russian meddling in the election. Some Democrats say he is more focused on protecting President Trump than investigating him. Jeff Pegues reports.
President Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner will answer questions from Senate investigators about his meeting with Russia's VEB bank. The bank used to be chaired by Russian President Vladimir Putin has ties to Russia's intelligence service. Major Garrett reports.