Computer Insecurity, Saying "No" to Tests & Bush the Painter

A lot of people are panicked today over the discovery of a computer flaw that may be exposing millions of people’s personal information online, including banking info. We hear from an education journalist who’s asked her daughter to opt-out of standardized tests. Mayor Eric Garcetti wants to bring a big music festival curated by Jay Z to downtown L.A. this summer, but critics say “not so fast.” Some college campuses across the U.S. are addressing an issue they call “microaggressions”: seemingly harmless comments that might not be so harmless. And art critic Jerry Saltz reviews George W. Bush’s paintings on display in a new exhibition.