Jazz bassist and singer Esperanza Spalding won the Grammy for Best New Artist in 2011, becoming the first jazz musician to win the award. The 33-year-old musical prodigy released five albums and appears to push the boundaries farther with each one. Her sixth is called "Exposure." Anthony Mason learned how Spalding created a complete album from start to finish in just over three days.
The State Department is defending Secretary of State Rex Tillerson after his own employees accused him of violating a law meant to stop the use of child soldiers. Tillerson left Afghanistan, Iraq and Burma off a list of countries using child soldiers, prompting State officials to take the unusual step of sending an unsigned dissent memo. Margaret Brennan reports.
The largest U.S. organization fighting sexual violence estimates that more than 800 Americans are victimized every day. It is one of America's most under-reported crimes. Jericka Duncan asked sexual assault survivors at the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center how they handle the recent claims of sexual misconduct in Hollywood, politics and the media.
New York's attorney general launched an investigation after Uber admitted it failed to disclose a massive data breach for more than a year. The ridesharing company said Tuesday that hackers stole the personal data of 57 million customers and drivers. That includes names, email addresses and phone numbers. Carter Evans reports.