Armen Keteyain, the lead correspondent for “60 Minutes Sports”, joins Ed and Steve to discuss reporters’ race to be first vs. the race to be right.
They call him boy wonder in cancer research circles. The local teen from Anne Arundel County is in the national spotlight after millions learned Jack Andraka made a major discovery that could save millions of lives.
Armen joined Ed and Steve to talk about his new book, The System: The Glory and Scandals of Big Time College Football.
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.
CBS News legend Mike Wallace, the “60 Minutes” pit bull reporter whose probing, brazen style made his name synonymous with the tough interview, has died.
Baltimore’s police force has had tasers for more than 10 years. Sunday night, City Police Commissioner Fred Bealefeld was in “60 Minutes” to talk about their use.
Hundreds of fine arts students at Towson University earned diplomas Wednesday. Making the day even more spectacular, the commencement speech was delivered by CBS news anchor Scott Pelley.
The world of professional cycling is reeling after the bombshell “60 Minutes” interview with a former teammate of Lance Armstrong’s.
She thought she was going to die and feared it would be “a torturous death.” CBS News Chief Foreign Correspondent Lara Logan is breaking her silence, two months after she was sexually assaulted in Egypt.