At least a hundred people were killed by a huge explosion in Mosul, with some eyewitnesses blaming a coalition airstrike. Most of the victims were families seeking shelter from war. U.S. officials confirmed the military launched an airstrike in the area on the same day, but they said they're still investigating if their airstrike was to blame. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
David Temple was convicted of the 1999 murder of his pregnant wife Belinda and spent nine years in prison for the crime. Temple's attorney Dick DeGuerin, famous for helping billionaire Robert Durst get acquitted of murder, reminded jurors that in this case there was no hard evidence linking Temple to the crime. RIchard Schlesinger investigates.
When photos of Khalid Masood emerged just after Wednesday's attack, his neighbors in a quiet English neighborhood were shocked. British police are now trying to figure out what triggered his deadly rampage outside the British Parliament that killed four people and injured dozens more. Jonathan Vigliotti has the details.
After failing to close the deal to repeal Obamacare, President Trump is moving to reforming the tax code. Speaker Paul Ryan has already acknowledged that tax reform will not be easy. Ryan's House conference is split between moderate Republicans and more conservative members. Errol Barnett has the latest.