The Federal Communications Commission today voted to roll back Obama-era regulations on internet service companies. The commission scrapped what's known as net neutrality, which required providers to treat content on the internet equally. Bianna Golodryga reports.
Russian President Vladimir Putin held a record-breaking four hour and 20 minute news conference today. His annual address included 1,600 journalists vying for the chance to ask a question. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Republicans say the hardest part is behind them, now that they have crafted a compromise between the House and Senate tax bills. The final plan preserves deductions for student loans and medical expenses, which were targeted in previous bills. And it doubles the standard deduction, which Republicans say will enable millions of taxpayers to stop itemizing. Nancy Cordes reports.
On the 5th anniversary of the Sandy Hook Massacre, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that she's "not aware" of any measures that would have helped prevent the mass shooting, and others like it, when asked by CBS News White House and Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent Margaret Brennan.