More fallout today on the problem-plagued health care exchanges. As calls grow for her resignation, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius will visit an Austin Health Center to see outreach efforts to get people signed up for Obamacare. She is expected to hold a news conference or at least take some questions so hopefully we'll have some sound to run from that. Last night, Sebelius suggested 700,000 folks have signed up so far.
The Washington Post asks today, who will be fired over the failed rollout of the President's signature domestic achievement. There were emotionally-charged questions and answers at a hearing into the problems with the rollout on the Hill yesterday. Good source for sound bites today.
Carl Cameron takes a look at the political implications for 2014.
Both sides on the Hill say don't expect any so-called "Grand Bargain" over the budget. Official negotiations begin next week, but both GOP Congressman Paul Ryan and Dem Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid are dismissing the possibility of a broad deal.
New revelations about NSA spying today from the Guardian newspaper. Allegedly the NSA monitored the phone calls of 35 world leaders. It comes after a sharp rebuke of the U.S. by German Chancellor Angela Merkel over allegations her personal mobile phone was tapped. James Rosen reports.
Nearly 17 years later, we'll get a look at the original indictment in the JonBenet Ramsey case. It's expected between 11 and 12. Alicia Acuna reporting.
Jennifer Griffin reporting on the kidnapping of 2 Americans by pirates off Nigeria.
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