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College admissions scandal: First parents agree to cooperate with authorities

A high-profile couple implicated in the college admissions scandal is agreeing to cooperate with authorities – a move that some insiders believe could mean trouble for other parents who might still face charges. Bruce and Davina Isackson pleaded guilty Wednesday in a Boston federal court to paying $600,000 in bribes to guarantee that their two daughters would be admitted into USC and UCLA. Jamie Yuccas reports.
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