The National Transportation Safety Board held a hearing about the crash of Flight 214, which killed three people and raised questions about whether pilots have become too reliant on automated systems. Transcripts of cockpit voice recordings show pilots grew frantic in the flight's final minutes. Jeff Pegues reports.
The Food and Drug Administration is implementing a plan to phase out the use of antibiotics for the purpose of stimulating growth in healthy animals. Bacteria in the animals have become resistant to the drugs, and eventually, the resistant bacteria come into contact with humans. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
Chicago police are seizing about 130 illegal weapons each week, which Superintendent Garry McCarthy says is more than any other major city. In a continuing effort to combat the city's high murder rate, police have also flooded high-crime areas and beefed up street intelligence gathering. Dean Reynolds reports.
For the first time in four-and-a-half years, a bipartisan budget deal is on the table in Washington. The deal sets spending levels for the next two fiscal years and would replace harsh, across-the-board spending cuts known as sequestration with more targeted cuts and increases in user fees for government services. Nancy Cordes reports.