KNX InDepth (March 12, 2019)

KNX In Depth
Tuesday, March 12th
When Benjamin Franklin once said, "An investment in knowledge pays the best interest," we are certain he did NOT have this in mind:

What the feds are calling the biggest college admissions scam ever prosecuted. It stretches from coast to coast, involving parents, college coaches and even two well known Hollywood actresses.

Nearly 50 people have been charged in an elaborate bribery scheme that involved rich and famous parents paying out millions in bribes to get their kids admitted to some of the country's best universities. College coaches allegedly accepting millions of dollars to help students gain fraudulent admissions to schools like Yale, Stanford, UCLA and USC.

In a KNX In Depth exclusive, we talk with the prosecutor who brought the case .

Also----GROUNDED! But NOT here. The Boeing 737 Max jet--involved in two fatal crashes--banned from the skies of most of Europe as some 27 airlines around the world grounded their jets....BUT in this country, Southwest, American and United continue to fly the 737 Max series.

And the issue of deadly dangerous Takata airbags will not go away: Honda is preparing to recall 1-million of its older model cars, many of them for the second time, for more repairs on defective airbags.