Are some people taking advantage of the Americans with Disabilities Act? "There are some people who are engaging in what I think people have called shakedowns," says a former DOJ chief who helped write the law. Watch Sunday's 60 Minutes:
Five years ago this week, 60 Minutes correspondent Morley Safer described Americans as a bit overstuffed. That’s in part, he reported, because we eat processed food that is specifically designed to create cravings through irresistible flavors.
Next week's referendum in Italy will have implications for all of Europe and hinges on the considerable political skills of a modern-day Machiavelli, a 41-year old former mayor of Florence, who is the youngest prime minister in Italy’s history: Matteo Renzi. Charlie Rose reports on 60 Minutes