In his new book, "On Desperate Ground," author Hampton Sides recounts the fateful experience of U.S. Marines and their clash with overpowering Chinese forces at the Chosin Reservoir in North Korea in November 1950, which has been called the Korean War's greatest battle. National security correspondent David Martin talks with Sides; Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford, whose father fought at Chosin; and Warren Weidhahn, who was a private during the battle.
Todd Kirnan, a 45-year-old man with autism, has been making deliveries and doing odd jobs for virtually every business in downtown Gresham, Ore. Todd is so treasured here that people have often joked that he should have his own statue, or have a parade thrown in his honor. Which is why Kirnan got a very special surprise recently. Steve Hartman reports.
Correspondent Tony Dokoupil looks at the historical under-representation of women in elected office, and the spike in female candidates in 2018. Interviews include two-time presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton, Democratic Congressional candidate Jahana Hayes (Teacher of the Year from Connecticut) and GOP Congressional candidate Kimberlin Brown Pelzer from California.
Jamal Khashoggi, a writer for The Washington Post who has written columns critical of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia, entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, last week and has not been seen since. U.S. intelligence reportedly intercepted Saudi communications portending a plot to detain Khashoggi, while Turkish officials have said they feared he has been murdered. Correspondent Holly Williams reports on the investigation into Khashoggi's apparent death, and how the Trump administration is responding.