A small portion of Mosul remains under ISIS control, and the terror group is not giving up. The UN estimates that 200,000 residents remain trapped inside the dense, urban terrain of the Old City, and warns they're in "grave danger" as Iraqi forces try to hunt down ISIS fighters hiding among them. Charlie D'Agata reports.
In times of anxiety, people search for words of hope. Many reached back deep into their childhood, to the words of Mr. Rogers. Entertainment Weekly senior writer Anthony Breznican shares with Steve Hartman a story of inspiration about watching "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" helped him -- and how a chance encounter in an elevator with Fred Rogers helped more.
President Trump is back in Washington following his nine-day, 15,000 mile trip to the Middle East and Europe. CBS News chief Washington correspondent and Face the Nation moderator John Dickerson tells Errol Barnett that Mr. Trump achieved the "stagecraft" correctly of his first trip overseas -- but there were some bumps along the road.