How much crime occurs on cruise ships? Carnival Corp., Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line have voluntarily reported alleged serious crimes on their ships.
In 2 1/2 years, there have been 237 such crimes. Rape, sexual assault and thefts over $10,000 are the most reported crimes.
But CBS New Travel Editor Peter Greenberg says it's difficult for people to interpret the data, and it fails to include lesser crimes, such as theft of electronics.
Watch Greenberg on CBS This Morning in the video below:
11:10 a.m. - Peter Greenberg, CBS travel editor
Cruise crimes are not broken down by location or ship.
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5:10 p.m. JJ Green, WTOP National Security Correspondent
The terrorist threats: where they are coming from and what we know
4:40 p.m. - Catherine Herridge, Fox News
The chief intelligence correspondent on letters she received from the Ft. Hood shooter
4:20 p.m. - Chris Wallace, Fox News Sunday
The latest on the NSA, both on the Hill and in the administration
3:40 p.m. - Ann Hornaday, Washington Post film ctiric
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Does a rapist have parental rights?
WTOP's Kate Ryan reports
3:30 p.m. - Juan Zarate, CBS News National Security Analyst
Heightened concerns for Middle East, N. Africa travel in August
3:10 p.m. - Gwen Ifill, moderator of Washington Week
Congress takes a break after getting nothing done
2:20 p.m. - J.J. Green, WTOP National Security Correspondent
Travel Alert: Americans should watch their backs
12:51 p.m. - Dave Ross, commentator
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12:40 p.m. - Sajjan Gohel, director of international security, Asia Pacific Foundation, based in London
Global travel alert warns of possible al-Qaida attacks.
12:10 p.m. - Mary Beth Albright, D.C. foodie
How does this year's crab harvest look?
11:30 a.m. - Jill Schlesinger, CBS business analyst
Two-thirds of jobs added in July were part-time.
10:40 a.m. - Clinton Yates, columnist for The Washington Post
Is D.C. ready to decriminalize marijuana?
10:10 a.m. - Jen Chaney, movie reviewer
Blanchett's performance striking in Woody Allen's latest
8:30 a.m. - Peter Morici, economist and professor at University of Maryland
A breakdown of the latest jobs numbers.
8:20 a.m. - Candy Crowley, host of CNN's 'State of the Union'
What will Congress come back to in September?
7:50 a.m. - David Gregory, moderator of NBC's 'Meet the Press'
Republicans Rand Paul and Chris Christie are among some of the leaders who disagree on budget spending.
6:50 a.m. - John Dickerson, CBS political director
As Congress prepares for break, its members grapple with a possible shutdown and budget deal.
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