President-elect Donald Trump will inherit a far better economy when he assumes the presidency than his predecessor did in 2008. The U.S. economy is on pace for 3 percent annual growth and the unemployment rate, 4.6 percent, hasn't been this low since August 2007. But as Mil Arcega reports, a number of big challenges remain.
As President-elect Donald Trump's search for the next secretary of state concentrates on four candidates, experts said whoever is picked faces the challenge of restoring the credibility of American leadership abroad. They also expect a major foreign policy review on U.S. relations with other nations. State Department correspondent Nike Ching reports.