Head of U.S. bishops accused of keeping priests in ministry despite abuse claims
A CBS News investigation has uncovered an alleged lack of action by one of the most powerful Catholic church leaders in handling sex abuse claims. Cardinal Daniel DiNardo has been the archbishop of Galveston-Houston since 2006 and is president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. Last week he presided over around 300 bishops in Baltimore to address the church's sex abuse crisis. Nikki Battiste reports.