"NCIS: The Cases They Can't Forget" returns for its third season
"NCIS: The Cases They Can't Forget" returns for its third season with back-to-back episodes. "NCIS" star Rocky Carroll hosts he show, as real-life agents of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service take viewers inside their investigations. The premiere airs May 29, 2019, at 9 p.m. ET/PT and 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
Fueled by romance, friendship, gender politics, love and more - "Boomberang" returns to BET in March for its second season. Showrunner Dime Davis and actress LaLa Milan joined CBSN to discuss the upcoming season. More than two-thirds of Americans qualify to file their tax returns for free, but less than 2% did so last year. CBS MoneyWatch reporter Irina Ivanova breaks down how to file your taxes without paying a cent. Georgetown University is one of the country's top-ranked schools and has a roughly $1.6 billion endowment. But in 1838, the university was facing financial ruin. So the Jesuit priests, who ran Georgetown, sold 272 enslaved people to three plantations in Louisiana for $115,000 — or the equivalent of about $3.3 million in today's dollars to keep their doors open. That's how the ancestors of DaVita Robinson, Valerie White, Maxine Crump — all descendants of the 272 and featured in the Video Op-Ed above — ended up in Louisiana.
And now, they may become the first people in the history of the United States to receive reparations for slavery.
In 2019, Georgetown students pushed the school to create a reparations fund. Georgetown has promised to raise $400,000 per year to go toward descendants of the enslaved people it sold. With more than 8,000 known descendants living today, is the school's fund even close to what's owed? Alan Dershowitz, a member of President Trump's legal team, argued the president cannot be impeached if for a quid pro quo, even to help him win reelection, if he thought he was acting in the national interest. "That cannot be the kind of quid pro quo that results in impeachment," Dershowitz said.