Speaking to CBS News’ Lara Logan in a segment broadcast Sunday on “60 Minutes,” Twitter founder Jack Dorsey said he wants to run for New York City mayor someday.
A new report from the Federal Trade Commission found that one in five Americans has a mistake on their credit report.
In her first network interview, airing on Sunday night’s “60 Minutes,” Sotomayor talked about the opportunities she’s had because she is considered a minority.
The mother of Newtown, Conn., elementary school gunman Adam Lanza spent her time at home taking care of her son who could not deal with school, and kept an arsenal of guns at home, “60 Minutes” reported Sunday night.
The poll asked respondents to choose between “Seinfeld,” “The Honeymooners,” “Friends,” “Cheers,” “Arrested Development,” “Mary Tyler Moore,” and “30 Rock.”
Residents of Belle Harbor, Queens, recalled their harrowing experience during the horrors of Superstorm Sandy on “60 Minutes” Sunday.
He’s had incredible life, marred by an enormous indiscretion. Arnold Schwarzenegger is telling his life story — from the Mr. Universe title that first brought him fame to the movie roles that made him a superstar.
In seeking to define President Obama as a foreign policy failure, sympathetic to Muslim protesters, Mitt Romney ignored the fact that Americans were killed and under threat overseas.
Everything seems synthetic, scripted and rehearsed, as though he practiced his responses in front of a mirror for hours — something cynics would say he does daily no matter his media requirements.
A career without college? Some say it’s the way of the future, WCBS 880’s Wayne Cabot reported.
He didn’t just interview people. He interrogated them. Legendary CBS newsman Mike Wallace died over the weekend at the age of 93 and tributes have been pouring in for the “60 Minutes” pioneer.
Wallace died Saturday night surrounded by family at the Waveny Care Center in New Canaan, Conn., said CBS spokesman Kevin Tedesco. He also had a home in Manhattan.
New York’s junior senator, Kirsten Gillibrand, is a main sponsor of the so-called “Stock Act,” which forces lawmakers, their aides and family members to publicly disclose financial transactions.
“I thought that there was an easy way to make money. And just like any other easy way to make money, it’s always too good to be true,” he said.
Of the more than 20 students arrested in the scandal, it is Sam Eshaghoff who is the poster boy. He scored 2100 out of 2400 on his own SAT exam, and is accused of taking at least 15 tests for money.