A bill that would slap new economic sanctions on Russia for meddling in the 2016 U.S. election is winding its way through Congress, although it's currently hung up in the Senate. The Russians understandably oppose the bill, but so do other critics, who warn of consequences to American and European companies. Charlie D'Agata reports from Moscow.
One day after Senate Republicans brought their health care plan back from the dead, its chances for survival are still in doubt. Seven Republicans, along with every Democrat, voted Wednesday against repealing Obamacare without a replacement - after nine Republicans voted down their party's replacement plan. Nancy Cordes reports.
The latest office innovation is a microchip, designed to replace the traditional keypad for opening doors, using the copier and even buying food in the cafeteria. The owner of Three Square Market in Wisconsin says at least 50 of his 80 employees have signed up to become bionic. Jamie Yuccas reports.
The commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard says the guard is busier than ever chasing drug runners, but that it can't do the job without more money. Commandant Paul Zukunft says much of his fleet is decades past retirement age, and the Coast Guard needs $1.5 billion just to catch up on maintenance. Carter Evans reports.