Across the country, police and prosecutors are using the term "exceptional clearance" to close rape cases, marking them as resolved, even when there's enough evidence to make an arrest. Nikki Battiste reports on how women in Austin, Texas, are fighting back against a system they say has failed them.
Thousands of women are now driving from Missouri to Illinois to get an abortion. One woman from Missouri named Oriel allowed CBS News to follow her journey, as she sought a medication abortion in Illinois. She said she went there because she wasn't sure she'd be able to get an abortion in her home state.
Dr. David Eisenberg and his wife Dr. Erin King are both abortion providers. King is based in Illinois, while Eisenberg practices in Missouri, where women face more restrictions. In the last few years, King said there's been "confusion" about the restrictions, so women are coming from Missouri to her clinic to get services.
In an exclusive interview with "CBS Evening News" anchor Norah O'Donnell, former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said he believes DHS has become "overly politicized." O'Donnell spoke with Johnson, along with former Homeland Security Secretaries Michael Chertoff and Janet Napolitano on Monday.