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60 Minutes
04/22/2017 at 17:16. Facebook
#60Minutes heads to the races this weekend and reports on the demanding and sometimes dangerous world of timber racing, the American version of Steeplechase.
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60Minutes heads to the races this weekend and reports on the demanding

Preview: America's Steeplechase

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Stéphan Therrien
60 Minutes
60 Minutes
04/21/2017 at 21:01. Facebook
He’s the billionaire ex-mayor of NYC who considered running for President. So what’s Mike Bloomberg doing now? Sunday’s #60Minutes
John Juenger
Shawn Taylor
Niki Miller
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60 Minutes
04/21/2017 at 20:03. Facebook
For philanthropy and health initiatives "I'm going right in" ex-NYC mayor tells 60 Minutes [ Cbsn.ws Link ]
For philanthropy and health initiatives "I'm going right in" exNYC mayor tells 60 Minutes

No wait at heaven's gate, quips Mike Bloomberg

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Lisa Nichols
Mona Frey Rogers
Lisa Nichols
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60 Minutes
04/21/2017 at 18:46. Facebook
Hold on for the ride of your life. #60Minutes brings you to one of the biggest and most exciting horse races of the year, Sunday.
Madeline Chandler
Fiona Thompson
Chelsea Esposito
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60 Minutes
04/20/2017 at 21:27. Facebook
Federal judge suggests guillotine or firing squad for death penalty, says lethal injection is just a lie to hide the brutality of capital punishment. Sunday on #60Minutes. [ Cbsn.ws Link ]
Federal judge suggests guillotine or firing squad for death penalty says lethal

Judge Alex Kozinski thinks lethal drugs sugarcoat death penalty

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Valerie Chalmers
Donald Averett
Kay Schaffer
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60 Minutes
04/20/2017 at 17:19. Facebook
60 Minutes goes to the races when Charlie Rose reports on the century-old tradition of timber racing, an American Steeplechase.
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60 Minutes goes to the races when Charlie Rose reports on the

Preview: America's Steeplechase

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Kim Rankin
Thalia Camp
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60 Minutes
04/18/2017 at 15:27. Facebook
Four years after he first visited Newtown, Scott Pelley returned to meet with grieving parents again. He reveals what he's learned from parents who have lost children: “The perfect thing to say is, ‘Tell me about your child,’” Pelley explains. Avoiding mention of a deceased child when speaking to a bereaved parent is often the worst response, Pelley has learned, because the child’s life isn’t...
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Maria LoConte
Sela Gonlubol
Gail Patti Nicholas
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60 Minutes
04/17/2017 at 13:04. Facebook
Scott Pelley returns to Newtown, Connecticut, and speaks with families who may never move on, but are finding ways to move forward. Many have worked to keep loved ones' memories alive via legacy foundations they’ve created in the names of the 20 first-graders and six educators murdered in December 2012. [ Cbsn.ws Link ]

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Doreen Lupo
Susan Folsom
Vonya Planchon
2 doctors embark on one of their most challenging missions: fighting blindness in the isolated country of Burma. [ Cbsn.ws Link ]
2 doctors embark on one of their most challenging missions fighting blindness

Fighting preventable blindness in Burma -- and beyond

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Mark Vick
Melissa Sites
Kris Sterling Benkovich
NOLA chief public defender says until he can ensure every client gets the defense they deserve he’ll turn cases away [ Cbsn.ws Link ]
NOLA chief public defender says until he can ensure every client gets

Inside NOLA public defenders' decision to refuse felony cases

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Victoria Beecher
Christina Lynn
Kim Vining
Newtown parents say people can learn to spot a violent student, and they created a short film to make their point [ Cbsn.ws Link ]
Stephen Hanson
Nancy Lees
Sonja Chatman
Scott Pelley reflects on what he learned from Newtown parents whose kids were murdered at Sandy Hook 4 years ago [ Cbsn.ws Link ]
Scott Pelley reflects on what he learned from Newtown parents whose kids

What we learned about grief from Sandy Hook parents

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Andre Carpenter
Kris Haynes Toschev
Alexaner Hamilton
4 yrs after 20 1st graders and 6 educators were murdered in Newtown, we revisit the families who've endured the unthinkable
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Natalie Walters
Robert Hoelscher
In a developing country, a blind person’s life expectancy is 1/3 of a person with sight. 2 docs are saving lives in Burma. [ Cbsn.ws Link ]
Karen Schulbaum Dakis
Leonard Kruwel
Mary O'Connor
How do 50 lawyers handle 22,000 cases? They can't. New Orleans public defenders explain how the criminal justice system has become just a criminal processing system. Tonight on #60Minutes [ Cbsn.ws Link ]
How do 50 lawyers handle 22000 cases They cant New Orleans public

Innocents have gone to jail, say NOLA public defenders

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Jennifer Blackburn Snow
Charles Logan
Irene Finch
Tonight, we return to Newtown, Conn. where parents of Sandy Hook victims who may never be able to move on are finding ways to move forward. [ Cbsnews.com Link ]
Tonight we return to Newtown Conn where parents of Sandy Hook victims

60 Minutes returns to Newtown

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Betty Olson
NinaandPoppy Hirschman
BW Walters
On Monday, Neil Gorsuch was sworn in as Supreme Court justice. Here's a look at the Court past and present. [ Cbsn.ws Link ]
On Monday Neil Gorsuch was sworn in as Supreme Court justice Heres

A look at the Court Gorsuch is joining

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Lorralyn Juergens
Richard Hellstrom
Chris Tucker
The perfect story for Easter: People who are mostly blind given their eyesight back. 60 Minutes, Sunday. [ Cbsn.ws Link ]
John Joseph Grimes
Dennis Wright
Shan Murray
60 Minutes returns to Newtown: Families of victims create legacy foundations to honor their murdered loved ones [ Cbsn.ws Link ]
60 Minutes returns to Newtown Families of victims create legacy foundations to

60 Minutes returns to Newtown

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Michael Celentano
Barbara Fucarile
Suzanne Bertagnole
NOLA public defenders say innocents have gone to jail because they've lacked the resources to properly defend them [ Cbsn.ws Link ]
NOLA public defenders say innocents have gone to jail because theyve lacked

Innocents have gone to jail, say NOLA public defenders

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Rebecca Sagona
Dan Killion
Kelly Champ