Senators Work To Open Up Travel For Americans To Cuba

Several members of Congress — recently back from Cuba — are taking steps to further ease a decades old embargo on the communist island. But even as they announced new legislation to open up travel for Americans, Cuba’s president is talking tough about what it will take to ultimately normalize ties.

Mormon LGBT Announcement Met With Cheers, Skepticism

Robert Siegel talks to Mormon leader Elder Dallin Oaks about the press conference this week where the church announced it would support LGBT anti-discrimination legislation in return for laws that protect religious freedom.