Judge approves Frey book settlement


Millions of readers who bought James Frey's "A Million Little Pieces" were sold something less than the truth. After the best-selling "memoir" was found to be laced with fabrications, buyers around the country sued, saying they had been misled. But in the end, only about 1,700 people asked to be reimbursed, a lawyer said Friday as a judge approved a final settlement with disgruntled readers. Here's The Scoop.