We, the taxpayers, paid tens of billions of dollars to save the banks during the economic meltdown. Now some of those banks are spending millions of dollars lobbying Congress to make sure any reform laws are to their liking. So, you may be wondering, are the banks using the bailout money to lobby the government? Don't miss our “Keeping them Honest” investigation tonight on 360°.
ESPN fired baseball analyst Steve Phillips has checked into rehab after an affair with a staffer. In a statement, a representative for Phillips says his client is going to "address his personal issues." The representative added whatever Phillips did wrong, it wasn't under his control. Do you agree? Sound off below. Tonight we'll look at the growing celebrity trend of hitting rehab after an ugly incident.
We're also following the strange story here in New York of a young woman who showed up in the city with no memory. She didn't know her name or where she came from. With help from authorities and a CNN viewer she now has her identity back. We'll have her story.
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