Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama answer a question during the third presidential debate at Lynn University, Monday, Oct. 22, 2012, in Boca Raton, Fla. (AP Photo/Pool-Win McNamee)
Video: Russia not sold on idea of nuclear warhead reduction Russia and congressional Republicans are not yet sold on President Obama's proposal to cut America's nuclear arsenal by a third if Russia does the same. Russian President Vladimir Putin said he won't reduce his arsenal without concessions from the U.S. on missile defense systems. Major Garrett reports.
Video: FBI director confirms minimal use of drones for surveillance The FBI's use of drones was a secret until Wednesday, when the agency's director, Robert Mueller, answered a question from Iowa Sen. Charles Grassley during testimony on Capitol Hill. Mueller said the FBI does use drones for minimal surveillance and to get "eyes-on" details at crime scenes. Bob Orr reports.
Video: Obama toasts his German hosts Toasting his German hosts in Berlin, President Obama said, "We are proud to join with millions of men and women throughout the world who hold the cause of freedom sacred."
Video: How much damage did NSA surveillance leaks do? Flash Points: CBS News correspondent Bob Orr talks with CBS News senior national security analyst Juan Zarate about the damage dealt to American counterterrorism and intelligence efforts by Edward Snowden, who recently leaked details on National Security Agency surveillance programs.