Bill eases access to mental health care

President Obama is expected to sign a bipartisan bill that would make it easier for patients to access mental health care.

It seems these days, more letters seem to come through our inboxes rather than our mailboxes. The United States Postal Service is still delivering about 500 million pieces of mail a day. But two Virginia senators want to improve the process. Washington Correspondent Kellie Meyer has the details.

Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) shares his memories of his long-time friend and mentor, the late astronaut and Ohio Senator John Glenn.

Senator David Vitter is on his way out on Capitol Hill. The senior senator served Louisiana for 12 years in the upper chamber, and says that he is ready for life after public service.

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