When Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected pope one year ago, he became a different kind of papal bull charging through the china shop of Vatican convention. He has offered a softer tone on social matters such as divorce and homosexual unions, but his papacy will be judged by what he does, rather than what he says. Mark Phillips reports.
General Motors acknowledged that it knew about an issue with ignition switches turning off in 2001 in Saturn Ions, but a comparable ignition cylinder was put in Chevy Cobalts and other cars starting in 2004. The Center for Auto Safety sent a letter to NHTSA detailing the number of deaths in Saturn Ions and Chevy Cobalts when airbags did not deploy. Jeff Glor reports.
A new poll of American Catholics found that half now think priests will eventually be allowed to marry, and more than a third believe the church will recognize same-sex marriages. While some believe Pope Francis has opened the door for a new direction for the church, many conservative Catholics are concerned. Dean Reynolds reports.
Bob Wick’s photos do more than describe the most recent addition to the California Coastal National Monument -- they take you there. As an amateur photographer, Wick’s images propelled a two-year grassroots campaign to protect the rugged stretch of the Mendocino County Coastline. President Barack Obama designated the area a national monument this week. Bill Whitaker reports.
Satellite pictures show debris in the area where Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 went missing, but it is still unclear which way the plane was heading when it vanished. The Malaysian military has now asked U.S. investigators to help analyze a radar signal that was picked up hundreds of miles from the last contact with the missing jetliner. Clarissa Ward reports.