Cliven Bundy became a hero to some conservatives when the federal government threatened to confiscate his cattle because his herd was grazing on federal land and Bundy refused to pay the fees. But some high-profile supporters are now condemning him after a video surfaced of him making racist comments. Nancy Cordes reports.
The Food and Drug Administration is proposing regulations for e-cigarettes that would ban their sale to minors, require warning labels that say they're addictive and list ingredients. Some anti-smoking activists say the proposal doesn't go far enough in addressing flavors that critics say are intended to entice kids. Chip Reid reports.
An Energy Department investigation determined that a design flaw in the ventilation system of a salt mine chamber leaked radiation to the surface, exposing 21 people to radioactive particles. No one became ill, but the report said there was a "degradation of key safety management programs and safety culture" at the facility. Anna Werner reports.
A new report finds that IRS employees who failed to pay their taxes, misused travel cards or even committed fraud still received more than $2.8 million worth of bonuses between 2010 and 2012. About 1,000 IRS employees owe back taxes -- roughly one percent of the agency’s workforce. Nancy Cordes reports.
Eight days after a ferry sank off the South Korean coast, families of the missing wait for information to be posted that can help identify bodies recovered in the wreckage. There are so many funerals planned for students from one high school, that some families have been forced to go to neighboring cities to find accommodations for their services. Seth Doane reports.
Sherief Gaber was among the first wave of protesters in Tahrir Square three years ago helping to overthrow a 30-year dictatorship. But liberal activists were pushed aside when the Muslim Brotherhood swept the election, and again as the military overthrew the government. As Clarissa Ward reports, many activists are not willing to give up on democracy.