Using his "No Spin News" podcast, Bill O'Reilly spoke out for the first time Monday since his firing from Fox News. This happened as the channel was hit with a new lawsuit from former anchor Andrea Tantaros who accused executives of high-tech retaliation after she complained of sexual harassment. Anna Werner reports.
While Ivanka Trump's trip to Germany is officially to speak at a conference on promoting the role of working women, some say Angela Merkel's invitation to the president's daughter comes with other motives. According to some political analysts, this could be Merkel's side door into the White House amid an icy relationship. Mark Phillips reports.
In a rare television interview with Norah O'Donnell, Angela Ahrendts, Apple's senior vice president of retail, explains what she meant in her TED Talk when she said: "The more technologically advanced our society becomes, the more we need to go back to the basic fundamentals of human communication."