A few fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls have made their ways into the hands of American evangelical Christians -- thanks to a man who was one of the first people to come into contact with the scrolls after Bedouin Arabs first found them in the late 1940s.
The Kunstmuseum of Bern, Switzerland, has agreed to accept a collection of priceless art hoarded by the son of Hitler's art dealer. The museum, along with the German government, has also pledged to investigate and return pieces stolen from Jews during World War II, a potential watershed moment.
A court in Switzerland ruled today that a Swiss financial regulator broke secrecy laws by ordering the bank UBS to release client information to US tax authorities. Anchor Jeb Sharp finds out more from Beat Kappeler, an economist.