Unsung Holocaust hero celebrates 100th birthday

Andre Steiner was the muscle behind one of the most daring - and overlooked - missions to save Jews during the Holocaust. In his youth, before he became a renowned architect, he helped engineer a plan to stave off the deportation of Slovakia's Jews through a network of work camps and a series of bribes that likely helped save the lives of thousands. The last living member of the underground network that devised the plan, Steiner marked his 100th birthday Friday in a retirement tower north of Atlanta.