Patient receives first implant in U.S. to prevent cluster headaches
U.S. researchers implant a neurostimulator in a patient's cheek to provide relief from painful cluster headaches. This is the first time the device is being tested in the U.S, and hopes are high that the neurostimulator can short circuit the nerves that cause the debilitating headaches. Sharon Reich reports.
Pentagon strongly condemns Russian convoy's entrance into Ukraine
Pentagon Press Secretary Rear Adm. John Kirby says the movement of a Russian convoy across Ukraine's border violates Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
The 1925 painting was stolen from the Caracas Museum of Contemporary Art in 2000, and the original work was swapped out for a copy. It was found in July 2012 when a couple tried to sell it to undercover FBI agents for 740,000 US dollars.