As World War II wound to a close, a group of soldiers known as "The Monuments Men" criss-crossed battlefields, tasked with a very special mission - track down all of the art stolen by the Nazis, and return it. Now Hollywood plans to tell the story of what many people consider the greatest treasure hunt of all time. CBS News correspondent Mark Strassmann reports.
CBS News correspondent Bob Simon covered Nelson Mandela's election as South Africa's first president under democratic rule. Richard Stengel, former Time magazine editor, wrote the biography, "Mandela's Way" and collaborated with Mandela on his autobiography. Yvette Christianse is a South African-born poet and novelist, as well as a professor at Barnard College. The three talk to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about Mandela's heroic life and legacy.
In Mexico, security forces are standing guard over a payload of dangerous radioactive material recovered two days after it was stolen outside a farm town north of Mexico City. Senior correspondent John Miller talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the concerns over the security of nuclear materials.