The first name in news magazines is now the last word in sports. The award-winning team behind '60 Minutes' turns its investigative eye towards the world of sports. watch
The museum is a powerful emotional journey, beginning with the moment the first plane hit the north tower and now closing with a new display focusing on the death of Osama bin Laden. Jim Axelrod reports.
The head pharmacist for the New England Compounding Center stands charged with one count of mail fraud for labeling steroids as sterile and safe for human use, when he knew they weren't. FDA investigators say Glenn Chin "instructed pharmacy technicians to mislabel medication to indicate it was properly sterilized and tested." Jim Axelrod reports.
Joan Rivers always wanted the last word, sometimes profane, often offensive, but always meant to make you laugh. She passed Thursday at the age of 81, after half a century in front of the cameras. Jim Axelrod reports.
A new drug could change the way heart failure is treated. The drug, a combination of two others, works to rebalance the blood’s chemistry and bring circulation back to normal. Jim Axelrod reports.
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The first name in news magazines is now the last word in sports. The award-winning team behind '60 Minutes' turns its investigative eye towards the world of sports.
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