Washington Post's Marty Baron says he's retiring next month
FILE - Washington Post Executive Editor Marty Baron appears in the news room after winning two Pulitzer Prizes in Washington on April 16, 2018. Baron, executive editor of The Washington Post and one of the nation's top journalists, says he will retire at the end of February. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File)NEW YORK – Washington Post Executive Editor Marty Baron, who has led the newspaper on a resurgence in recent years, said Tuesday that he will retire at the end of February. One of the nation's top journalism executives, Baron took over the Post's newsroom in 2012 after editing the Boston Globe and Miami Herald before that. In a note to the Post's staff, Baron recounted a series of “epic” stories that he's been involved in during his 45-year career in journalism.
Mark Ruffalo and journalist Michael Rezendes talk "Spotlight"
The movie "Spotlight" shares the true story of reporters investigating the Catholic church sex abuse scandal. Their probe exposed more than 70 abusive priests and found the cover-up went all the way to the archbishop of Boston. Two-time Academy Award nominee Mark Ruffalo plays reporter Mike Rezendes, who won a Pulitzer Prize along with the Boston Globe investigative team for their coverage. Both Ruffalo and Rezendes join "CBS This Morning" to discuss the film.cbsnews.com