In cities and communities across South Africa, there are expressions of mourning and remembrance for the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela. South Africans, including those born after the apartheid, remembered the father of their nation. Allen Pizzey reports.
All of the armed services took part in funeral procession, but none felt a greater loyalty to President John F. Kennedy than the Army's Green Berets
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel made an unannounced trip to Afghanistan to meet with Afghan leaders and U.S. troops. The visit comes amid tensions over a demand by Afghan president Hamid Karzai that the U.S. restrict soldiers from entering Afghan homes, something the U.S. will not agree to. Margaret Brennan reports.
Many Americans, like Dawn Erin, are returning to HealthCare.gov for the first time since the site's relaunch and are finding it easier to sign up for insurance. The White House said Wednesday that 29,000 Americans enrolled on the Obamacare site in the first 24 hours after it was repaired. Major Garrett reports.
The National Transportation Safety Board said there was nothing wrong with the brakes of the Metro-North commuter train that derailed in New York City Sunday, killing four people