During historic events and incidents like the L.A. riots and America's war on drugs, photographer Dr. Michael Cheers felt the African American community was not being covered fairly in mainstream media. He responded by bringing 50 photographers together to create a collection called "Songs of My People." An exhibit in Washington, D.C., is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the book. Chip Reid reports.
Republicans are looking for marching orders from President Trump. They hope to receive some during his first address to a joint session of Congress. It's unclear what policies Mr. Trump will advocate, but Democrats have made it clear that they'll be listening and ready to organize opposition. Errol Barnett reports.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency gave an update on President Trump's proposed border wall with Mexico. The agency says it will begin accepting construction bids early next month and in April will begin awarding contracts to build the wall. For now, local law enforcement agencies are being asked to help guard the border. Carter Evans reports how this is playing out in Arizona.
Hundreds of Democratic National Committee members gathered in Atlanta for their most dramatic leadership vote since the 1980s. Former Labor Secretary Tom Perez, the first Latino chair of the DNC, is now in charge of rebuilding the party and turning opposition to President Trump into votes for Democrats. Tony Dokoupil reports.