The Digging Life

Friday, August 05, 2005


16 years ago, TV producer Charles Lewis left "60 Minutes" to found the Center for Public Integrity. In the years since, the Center has become the largest non-profit investigative journalism organization in the world, uncovering some of last decade's most important political stories. Lewis, who left the Center earlier this year, tells Bob about the mainstream media's appetite for his muckraking.

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