Haitians seek billions from U.N. over cholera outbreak
The earthquake that devastated Haiti in 2010 was quickly followed by a cholera epidemic that has left more than 8,000 people dead. Forensic studies have linked the spread of the disease to a flawed sewage system at the U.N.'s base for Nepalese soldiers. Now, a group of Haitians is suing the United Nations for bringing cholera to the country. Jeff Glor reports.