Facebook promised greater cooperation in the investigation of Russian meddling in the U.S. election. Founder Mark Zuckerberg said the company will turn over to Congress thousands of ads that were posted on Facebook, and later linked to Russia. He also promised to make political ads on Facebook more transparent, disclosing who paid for them. John Blackstone reports.
British police have made two more arrests in Friday's subway bombing. Five people are now in custody. Thirty people were hurt when the bomb partially exploded. And now, Amazon is reviewing procedures after it was revealed its website may unwittingly give tips to would-be bombers. Mark Phillips reports.
The Graham-Cassidy health care bill would keep Obamacare's taxes in place, but turn most of the revenues over to the states to come up with their own health care systems. Former President Obama argued Wednesday that some states might allow insurers to once again charge more for pre-existing conditions. Nancy Cordes reports.