Baseball / Japanese Baseball Apr 8, 2017

Otani interview to air on '60 Minutes'

A feature on Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters pitcher Shohei Otani will be aired in the United States on Sunday evening, CBS News said Friday on its website. Otani, whose abilities to pitch and hit prompted reporters group that votes on postseason awards in Japan to ...

Jennings predicts jail time for Blatter

Soccer Aug 5, 2016

Jennings predicts jail time for Blatter

by Ed Odeven

For decades, British investigative reporter Andrew Jennings has exposed corruption at the highest levels in global sports. Repeatedly, his relentless, painstaking work has paid off. It has led to major scoops that shed light on problems that plagued — and continue to plague — the ...

General May 20, 2016

WADA hires McLaren to supervise Sochi investigation

World Anti-Doping Agency president Craig Reedie has appointed Richard McLaren as the independent overseer of an investigation into allegations of state-sponsored doping at the 2014 Sochi Olympics. Reedie issued a statement late Thursday saying McLaren, a long-standing member of the Court of Arbitration for Sport ...

Retired a week, '60 Minutes' veteran Morley Safer dies at 84

World May 20, 2016

Retired a week, '60 Minutes' veteran Morley Safer dies at 84

Morley Safer, the veteran "60 Minutes" correspondent who was equally at home reporting on social injustices, the Orient Express and abstract art, and who exposed a military atrocity in Vietnam that played an early role in changing Americans' view of the war, died Thursday, ...

Olympics May 7, 2016

'60 Minutes' to air expose on doping

Four Russian gold-medal winners at the Sochi Olympics used performance-enhancing drugs, the whistleblowers who exposed systemic cheating in that country's track program tell "60 Minutes" in an interview to air Sunday. In the interview, an excerpt of which appears on CBS Evening News on Friday, ...

Four Australians detained in Lebanon on kidnapping suspicion

World / Crime & Legal Apr 7, 2016

Four Australians detained in Lebanon on kidnapping suspicion

Lebanese authorities have detained four Australians, including journalists, on suspicion they were involved in the abductions of two children in Beirut, police officials and Australian media said Thursday. The officials added that a British citizen has been detained as well on suspicion that he planned ...