There are new developments concerning a fatal police shooting in Charlotte, North Carolina. The shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott sparked violent demonstrations, and the city is still in a state of emergency. Charlotte's police chief has refused to release videos of the shooting during the investigation, but he changed his mind. Errol Barnett is there.
It was a historic day in Washington - the grand opening of the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture. Congressman John Lewis, a veteran of the civil rights struggles, said, "This place is more than a building - it's a dream come true." The $540 million museum took more than four years to build. It sits near the Washington Monument. Marlie Hall reports.
After a cease-fire collapsed in Syria, Russian and Syrian warplanes have been hammering Syria's largest city, Aleppo. The head of the United Nations said he is appalled by the "chilling" upsurge in attacks and warned the use of certain bombs against civilians may amount to war crimes. More now from Jonathan Vigliotti in London.