Some will tell you police will pull you over for almost anything these days (wait for it). 1.7 million hits in two days. See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"
President Trump’s choice for Ambassador to South Korea has been sidelined because of disagreement over policies in the region. NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer has the latest on the controversy, along with why this role is so important for international relations.
UPS has taken delivery of their fourth Boeing 747-8F and before it made its first revenue flight with the company, our own Will Clark got to take a look at the biggest jet in the fleet #ups
Some Republican members of Congress were slowed down on their way to their annual retreat when their train slammed into a truck enroute to the summit. NBC News Radio Correspondent Sharon Reid has more with Tony on the meeting where Republicans are expected to focus on a tough midterm environment.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell fielded questions during his annual "State of the League" address, including the controversial catch/no catch rule; Colin Kaepernick's future; concussions; and the future of the Carolina Panthers franchise. Meanwhile, federal and local law enforcement continue to prepare for "every scenario possible" in security efforts. Thousands of law enforcement officers stand patrol in sensitive areas around Super Bowl venues, and thousands of surveillance cameras are keeping a watchful eye for suspicious activity. Later today, Justin Timberlake holds his press event. ABC's Ryan Burrow is in Minneapolis and breaks down what he's seeing w/Tony.
The Congressional memo alleging the FBI and Justice Department abused surveillance laws during the 2016 election is inching closer to being released, despite objections from the FBI. CBS News has learned the agency's director came to the White House to voice his concerns before issuing a public statement, expressing "grave concerns" about "material omissions of fact." Intelligence panel chair Devin Nunes answered with his own statement, calling the FBI's objections "spurious." Nunes argues the bureau, and its Justice Department overseers, wrongly relied on political opposition research to surveil a Trump campaign aide. CBS News' Military and Intelligence analyst Mike Lyons joins Tony.