And a seven-month leave of absence.
Doesn't seem too thrilled to be leaving now either.
60 Minutes aired the claim, but documents obtained by New York cast doubt on it.
Reporter John Miller delivers an uncritical look the agency.
It's reminiscent of the faux "Hitler diaries."
Expected to be the show's final word on the issue.
He recapped the dizzying situation on 60 Minutes.
And discovers even more controversies.
"I feel like I'm doing all the leaning in that I can do right now."
"Wish she was sticking around."
Of course, being nice is Oprah's job.
"I became an expert in living in denial," says Schwarzenegger.
"That happens in politics."
"If Gov. Romney is suggesting that we should start another war, he should say so."
"To us, at that time, it could have been anybody."
The president and a '60 Minutes' reporter support each other in quitting smoking.
The longtime host of '60 Minutes' was known for his aggressive approach to TV news.
Seriously, it's, like, really bad for you.