The White House and Congress have until the end of Friday, the winter solstice, to agree on a spending bill. If not, the government will essentially run out of money, and roughly a quarter of it will shut down ahead of Christmas. Errol Barnett reports.
Evacuation orders have been lifted this weekend in the town devastated by deadly wildfires more than five weeks ago. Residents were allowed to return homes to see what was left. Elaine Quijano reports.
An autopsy has been slated to determine the cause of death of a young migrant girl who was in Border Patrol custody. It could be weeks before the public learns of the results. Mireya Villareal reports.
Despite a ceasefire to begin Tuesday, there was more fighting Sunday in and around the port city of Hodeida in Yemen. Pro-government forces backed by Saudi Arabia unleashed airstrikes on Houthi rebels backed by Iran. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Maj. Matthew Golsteyn, a former U.S. Army commando has been charged with murder for allegedly hunting down and killing a man in Afghanistan. He was also suspected of killing two U.S. Marines in a case that goes back to 2010. Tony Dokoupil reports.
"Mary Poppins Returns" flies into theaters this week. The popular character of a magical nanny is said to be based on a real-life nanny who graduated from a legendary school for professional nannies in Bath, England. Teri Okita reports.