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.
Bernie Madoff says he has terrible remorse and horrible nightmares over his epic fraud, but feels safer in prison than on the outside.
Ruth Madoff makes some startling admissions in a “60 Minutes” interview airing this Sunday.
Rooney said in his farewell piece that he has lived a lucky life, luckier than most.
There’s stunning new information about why the NYPD has the weapons and the training to shoot airplanes out of the sky. Police Commissioner Ray Kelly spoke out Wednesday about the city’s efforts to fight terror.
A new era begins at CBS News on Monday, June 6, 2011.
In an interview with CBS News correspondent Steve Kroft for this Sunday’s “60 Minutes”, President Barack Obama says he won’t release the Osama bin Laden images taken to prove his death.
Veteran “60 Minutes” reporter Scott Pelley will take over as the CBS Evening News anchor on June 6
Logan said she feared she would die a “torturous death” during a sexual assault and beating she suffered at the hands of a violent mob in Egypt’s Tahrir Square
Katie Couric has confirmed that she’s leaving her anchor job at the “CBS Evening News.”
For fifteen years, Elissa Montanti has, in relative obscurity, run the Global Medical Relief Fund from a makeshift office in her walk-in closet.
Elissa Montanti has reached out to children in Bosnia, El Salvador, Sierra Leone, Iraq and Pakistan just to name a few.
The pop-star sensation told 60 Minutes that she’s aware the more successful she becomes, the more of a critical target she is, too.