A fierce critic of Wall Street and a crusader for the underdog, Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts is a senator with a message you've probably heard before: the system is rigged. She admits to correspondent Chip Reid that she may sound like a broken record on that score, but adds, "It truly is my life's work."
Tracy Smith visits with Ricky Martin, who's joining a rarified club: stars big enough to have a Las Vegas residency. She talked with Martin during rehearsals of his new show, which plays at the Park Theater at Monte Carlo through September, and learns why the music superstar - engaged and the father of twins - is no longer living "La Vida Loca."
Chocolate Easter Eggs are a big deal in Italy - and a major export for companies such as Perugina, which will produce millions of eggs to meet the holiday demand. Seth Doane visits the Perugina chocolate factory near Perugia, Italy, and also meets with Italian artisans who create luxury chocolate eggs that can cost hundreds of dollars apiece.
A life-long resident of small-town Indiana, Dorothy Mengering brought a bit of understated small-town humor to her memorable appearances on her son's late-night show. Mengering, who died last Tuesday was 95. Jane Pauley reports, and also recognizes the passing of personal computer and Internet pioneer Robert Taylor.