"Homeland" is now in its sixth season. The critically-acclaimed series tackles topical plot lines on national security and terrorism. This season, the drama is once again set in the United States after a couple of seasons abroad. Alex Wagner got a behind-the-scenes look at the espionage drama in New York City.
Hundreds of restaurants across the country will reopen Friday after shutting down for the "Day Without Immigrants" protest Thursday. Bon Appétit magazine's March issue celebrates the contribution that children of immigrants make to America's food scene. Editor-in-chief Adam Rapoport joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the critical role of immigrants in the food industry.
President Trump said he will announce his new travel order next week. His statement came the same day hundreds of businesses across the country shut down to protest his immigration policies. Dean Reynolds reports from the Frontera Grill in Chicago, which shut down to show solidarity with immigrant employees.
President Trump also defended this week's firing of National Security Adviser Gen. Michael Flynn during a press conference Thursday. But Mr. Trump did not criticize the retired general for speaking with Russian officials before taking office. Hours later, retired Admiral Robert Harward declined an offer to replace Flynn. Jeff Pegues reports.
President Trump's first solo news conference at the White House was an unprecedented display of accusations and exaggerations. Mr. Trump defended all his actions, blasted his critics and denied reports of a White House in chaos during a freewheeling 77-minute press conference that was all about trying to take back the narrative. Margaret Brennan reports.